Notts County

Football League

Pies’ 2017 Christmas Gift Guide, No.1: Official Notts County Coffee Table

Who Ate All the Pies at related • 0 views

It's that time of year again, when Pies offer you all a timely assist with the oft-perilous task of purchasing Christmas presents for that football-obsessed maniac in your life.

We're kicking off the 2017 edition of our guide with a piece of furniture-based finery, the calibre of which we don't often stumble across when perusing the official football club webstores of the world.

Birmingham’s new boss, Diogo Jota, Luton’s thrashing and two Ameobis… Names of the Football League, week 11

Just-Football at related • 0 views
After a long two weeks full of Panamian ecstasy and England...well, being England, the Championship returned to accompany the League 1 and League 2 fixtures over the weekend. It truly returned to...

[[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more!

League Two: Nott County’s Matt Tootle Breaks Out ‘The Slug’ Goal Celebration Again In 4-1 Win Over Lincoln City (Video)

Who Ate All the Pies at related • 0 views

Embed from Getty Images

Continuing their fine start to the campaign, Notts County moved top of League Two on goal difference yesterday courtesy of a fine 4-1 win over Lincoln City at Meadow Lane.

Matt Tootle lashed home County's second goal of the afternoon, giving the jocular full-back the perfect excuse to bust out his now-infamous 'Slug' goal celebration

You know the drill: hands behind back, smear face into turf, pretend not to notice looks of incredulity from everybody else in the stadium.

League Two: Notts County’s Matt Tootle Emerges Victorious In ‘Weirdest Goal Celebration Of The Weekend’ Stakes (Video)

Who Ate All the Pies at related • 0 views

Yes, that is Shola Ameobi (Photo: @Official_NCFC/Twitter)

It's perhaps telling that, on the very same day we saw an unfortunate Hamburg player rupture his cruciate ligament after scoring, the oddest goal celebration of the weekend actually came in League Two, specifically during Notts County's 4-2 win over Wycombe.

League Two: Jeff Stelling Endures Joy And Pain As Hartlepool’s 96-Year Stay In Football League Ends In Dramatic Last-Day Relegation (Video)

Who Ate All the Pies at related • 1 view
Embed from Getty Images

Hartlepool United were dumped out of the Football League on Saturday, after the League Two side suffered heartbreak on a dramatic final day of the season.

Pools needed to beat Doncaster Rovers and hope that Newport failed to beat Notts County to ensure the extension of their 96-year unbroken spell in the Football League.

‘Nothing Short Of Scandalous’ – Notts County Owner Tears Into John Sheridan Over Ex-Manager’s Decision To Appeal Dismissal For Gross Misconduct

Who Ate All the Pies at related • 0 views

Notts County owner Alan Hardy has torn into John Sheridan, the manager he sacked in January, over the latter's decision to appeal his dismissal for gross misconduct.

Having first heard of the appeal through the League Manager's Association (LMA), Hardy has now openly accused Sheridan of attempting to ride roughshod over the "concept of respect in football" after canning the 52-year-old for embarking on an extraordinary, expletive-laden tirade at the match officials during County's defeat against Wycombe back in mid-December.

Official: Kevin Nolan Pulls Off First Signing As Notts County Manager… 34-Year-Old Kevin Nolan

Who Ate All the Pies at related • 0 views

Strapped for cash following a tumultuous takeover period, Notts County have resorted to desperate measuresin order to bring in January reinforcements.

Indeed, the big news coming out of Meadow Lane today is that, with the club's transfer embargo being lifted, Magpiesboss Kevin Nolan has finally been able to pull off his first signing as manager.

League One Preview: Part 2

EPL Talk at related • 0 views

The 2014/15 season of League One, England's third tier of soccer, kicks off on August 9. How well do you know your teams?

After previewing the first eight teams in League One, here are the next eight. The teams covered this time are Doncaster Rovers, Fleetwood Town, Gillingham, Leyton Orient, Milton Keynes Dons, Notts County, Oldham Athletic, and Peterborough United.

Arsenal

Roundup: Arsenal seal deadline day deal for defensive midfielder, debut possible on Saturday

SoccerLens at related • 1 view

Arsenal have sealed deadline day loan deals for young players Marc Bola and Krystian Bielik to Notts County and Birmingham respectively.

The Premier League outfit have also allowed young academy striker Kaylen Hinds to join Stevenage on loan.

Arsenal seal deal for young defender

Gooner Talk at related • 0 views
Arsenal under-23 defender, Marc Bola has joined League Two side, Notts County on loan for the...

[[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

Notts County Ladies Outfox Arsenal With Cunning Freekick Routine (Video)

Who Ate All the Pies at related • 0 views

By Chris Wright

We love it when a plan comes together, especially when said plan is for a clever little free-kick routine.

Notts County and Arsenal played out a 1-1 draw in the Womens Super League last night, with County forward Ellen White opening the scoring against her former team by sticking away a lovely dummied set-piece complete with a 'fauxflub' flourish.

Book Review: Punk Football

thetwounfortunates at related • 0 views
Punk Footballby Jim Keoghan Published byPitch Publishing 2014, £12.99 [T]he rise of the supporter ownership model in England has been a slow and drawn out process in recent years and despite the wonderful coverage provided by When Saturday Comes and a host of websites, it has often been hard to step back and assess its progress.

port vale

Book Review: Living on the Volcano

thetwounfortunates at related • 0 views

Living on the Volcano by Michael Calvin
Published by Century
2015, £7.99

Michael Calvin stands apart from the main crowd of football journalists in the United Kingdom. His previous book, The Nowhere Men was a fascinating expose of that unsung breed, club scouts; often more familiar with Watford Gap services than Watford FC.

Bust: As Portsmouth Mark Unhappy Anniversary, Another 26 English Football Clubs That Went Into Administration

Who Ate All the Pies at related • 2 views

Portsmouth earned the unwelcome distinction of becoming the first English Premier League club to go into administration when, on 26th February 2010, debts of £70million took the famous old side under.

Since the turn of the millennium, a total of 27 sides from the professional divisions of English football have gone into administration.

Football Cities: Bristol

thetwounfortunates at related • 0 views

After Ben Woolhead's analysis of the Toon on Wednesday and our call for a non-league start up to challenge the artificial hegemony of MK Donsyesterday, the third post in our Football Cities series sees us very pleased to welcome a brand new writer to The Two Unfortunates. Will Jones runs the Bristol City blog, To The Left of Ross and here provides a thoughtful analysis of how soccer .

TTU Go Predicting: A Club-by-Club League 1 Preview 2014-5

thetwounfortunates at related • 0 views
[W]hen asked by the esteemed editors of this site to compile a preview to the League One season I had to first humbly remind them that my own team, Carlisle United, were cruelly and indignantly relegated to League Two at the end of last year. There followed a degree of brow furrowing consternation before an uttered agreement that 'I'd do'.

TTU Go Predicting: A Club-by-Club League 1 Preview 2014-5

thetwounfortunates at related • 0 views
[W]hen asked by the esteemed editors of this site to compile a preview to the League One season I had to first humbly remind them that my own team, Carlisle United, were cruelly and indignantly relegated to League Two at the end of last year. There followed a degree of brow furrowing consternation before an uttered agreement that 'I'd do'.

Derby County

Football Cities: Nottingham

thetwounfortunates at related • 0 views

The sixth part of our Football Cities seriessees long time contributor Steve Wright analyse the footballing landscape in Nottingham. As a companion piece to Steve's post, I'd like to direct you to a recent edition of the outstanding We Are Going Up podcast in which presenters David Cameron Walker and Mark Crossley took a trip to Meadow Lane and reflect on many of the issues discussed by Steve in .

The Financial Underbelly: Nottingham Forest

thetwounfortunates at related • 0 views

Our latest series of posts features a range of clubs in varying states of financial health. The Football League and indeed, the sport as a whole, has provided evidence of extreme financial irresponsibility for a while now and few fans can point the finger at the more flagrant over spenders given that any of the teams we support could quickly be plunged into debt or abandoned by a disloyal .

TTU Awards 2013-14: Manager of the Season

thetwounfortunates at related • 0 views
[T]he Ginger Mourinho? Not really – for a start, Sean Dyche comes across as a thoroughly decent human being and The Ginger Pellegrini' would be a more apt label. How could it be anyone else? For Dyche has perhaps bested even the likes of Danny Wilson, Paul Jewell and Brian McDermott in elevating an underpaid and unheralded squad to the heights of the Premier League.

hartlepool united

TTU Go Predicting: A Club-by-Club League 2 Preview 2015-16

thetwounfortunates at related • 0 views

Kicking off a week of divisional previews, we focus on the movers and shakers in this season's League 2: Cambridge, Portsmouth and Luton are each backed for automatic promotion whereas we suggest it could be a long season for supporters of Carlisle, Dagenham, Hartlepool, Leyton Orient, Morecambe and Newport.

Neil Warnock Week: Book Review: Made in Sheffield

thetwounfortunates at related • 0 views

Made in Sheffield: My Story by Neil Warnock with Oliver Holt
Published by Hodder and Stoughton
2008, £8.99

"Anyone who writes an autobiography", opines former Slits guitarist Viv Albertine in the introduction to her brilliant memoir Clothes Music Boys, "is either a twat or broke.

Liverpool

Football and High Speed Rail 2: The Pros and Cons

thetwounfortunates at related • 0 views
[O]ne of the more emotive of political causes in recent times has been the plan to build a new high speed rail line between London, the North of England and the Midlands; the now notorious High Speed 2 project – often abbreviated to plain HS2. With construction due to begin in 2017, the plan is for the line to extend north westwards from Euston station in the capital to Birmingham before branching in the shape of a Y towards Manchester and Leeds.

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers tells Roy Hodgson to look after Raheem Sterling

Off the Post at related • 1 view
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has used the club's official warning to send a reminder to England boss Roy Hodgson that he needs to take good care of Raheem Sterling. The 18-year-old was in scintillating form at the start of last season and has started to show glimpses of his potential again this term.

Liverpool Star Urges Fans To Celebrate

Anfield Talk at related • 1 view
Liverpool midfielder Lucas Leiva has urged Reds fans to celebrate the club's impressive start to the season after three 1-0 wins and a Capital One Cup victory over Notts County has lead to their best start since 1995.
The Brazilian told Liverpoolfc.com of his delight going into the international break at the top of the table.

Liverpool vs Manchester United Projected Lineups feature Skrtel and Rooney

SWOL at related • 1 view


Liverpool have won three straight on the bounce including their opening to Premier League fixtures and their surprise exciting Capital One Cup second round match. Manager Brendan Rodgers is likely to be forced to insert potential exit bound defender Martin Skrtel as emergency cover for Kolo Toure if he is unable to play Sunday.

Allen Misses Wales' World Cup Qualifiers

Anfield Talk at related • 1 view
Liverpool's Joe Allen will miss Wales' World Cup qualifiers against Macedonia and Serbia.
Midfielder Allen was injured playing for his club against Notts County in the 4-2 win at Anfield on Tuesday night in the Capital One Cup.
Allen joins Swansea City's Neil Taylor on the sidelines.
They will be replaced in Chris Coleman's squad by David Vaughan of Sunderland and Ashley Richards of Swansea City.

Liverpool Rushing To Complete Sakho Deal

Anfield Talk at related • 2 views
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has admitted that Liverpool are looking to add Paris Saint-Germain defender Mamadou Sakho to their squad after watching two of his defenders go off injured in their Capital One Cup tie against Notts County on Tuesday night.
Summer signings Kolo Toure and Aly Cissokho both suffered injuries as Liverpool needed extra time to beat Notts County on Tuesday night, leaving Rodgers extremely short of options.

Match Report: Liverpool 4 - 2 Notts County

Anfield Talk at related • 0 views
Daniel Sturridge scored twice as Liverpool survived a major scare against Notts County at Anfield to book their place in the third round of the Capital One Cup.
The Reds opened the scoring in the fourth minute through a fine solo effort from Raheem Sterling.
Sturridge then made the most of a defence-splitting pass from Steven Gerrard to put the hosts 2-0 up in the 29th.

Liverpool Worried Over Kolo Toure Fitness

Anfield Talk at related • 0 views
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers has conceded that Kolo Toure is doubtful for Sunday's clash with Manchester United after suffering a groin injury in Tuesday night's League Cup match.
Toure was stretchered off with the injury during extra-time in Tuesday night's 4-2 over win over Notts County, leaving Liverpool to play out the remainder of the tie with 10 men.

Complacent Reds Fight Back In Extra Time To Win 4-2

The Liver Bird at related • 0 views
Liverpool found themselves on the ropes on Tuesday evening after a solid first half performance quickly deteriorated when Notts County found themselves two goals to level the game up in the second half. Two excellent goals from Raheem Sterling and Daniel Sturridge in the first 45 minutes looked to have already bagged a confident Liverpool side the win but with complacency setting in Notts County were rewarded for their hunger and pushed the tie to extra time.

Complacent Reds Fight Back In Extra Time To Win 4-2

The Liver Bird at related • 0 views
Liverpool found themselves on the ropes on Tuesday evening after a solid first half performance quickly deteriorated when Notts County found themselves two goals to level the game up in the second half. Two excellent goals from Raheem Sterling and Daniel Sturridge in the first 45 minutes looked to have already bagged a confident Liverpool side the win but with complacency setting in Notts County were rewarded for their hunger and pushed the tie to extra time.

Manchester United

Toure Could Be Fit To Face United

Anfield Talk at related • 1 view
Liverpool defender Kolo Toure could make a surprise return to action against Manchester United, just days after being stretchered off with a suspected groin injury.
Toure was stretchered from the field in the early stages of extra-time in the Capital One Cup win over Notts County and afterwards Brendan Rodgers admitted the Ivorian could be out for some time.

Gerrard Blames Extra Time For Toure Injury

Anfield Talk at related • 1 view
Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard believes the whole team must accept responsibility for Kolo Toure's groin injury.
Brendan Rodgers' side were cruising 2-0 at half-time of Tuesday's Capital One Cup second-round tie against Notts County before a second-half lapse saw the game head into extra time.

The Rest

Newcastle Players Score Three in Rotherham 6-0 Win

Newcastle united Blog at related • 0 views
Last Saturday Haris Vuckic scored twice and James Tavernier got the opener in Rotherham's 6-0 trouncing of bottom of the league Notts County formed in 1862 and one of the oldest club in the Football League. James Tavernier in Rotherham colors Rotherham are in 6th place in league One and currently in a [.

FCKC Losing Scott to England

Down the Byline at related • 1 view
It looks like FC Kansas City will be losing a big part of their midfield ahead of the 2014 season. The Equalizer is reporting that Canadian international, Desiree Scott is leaving KC and the US to head to England. The report says that Scott is joining the Notts County Ladies of the FAWSL, the top league in England.

Chris Kiwomya: a Chapter to Forget at Notts County

thetwounfortunates at related • 0 views
[O]n appointing Chris Kiwomya to the hot seat at Notts County in the Spring, club chairman Ray Trew emphasized that this decision was taken with the future very much in mind: ‘When making this appointment we were looking for someone who could realise our long-term vision for the club, someone that we could work with to bring progressive success alongside the development of young, home-grown talent from our successful youth set-up'.

The Death Knell for Nottingham Forest Ladies

thetwounfortunates at related • 0 views
[G]eorge Orwell once famously warned that "If you want a vision of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a human face - forever" and although it is to be hoped that the foot will eventually be lifted it feels like this premonition has come shockingly true for women's football in the city of Nottingham in 2013.

Transfer Window Review: Chelsea

Off the Post at related • 0 views
#PeterisaBluebird pic.twitter.com/OkH5Wz9IRW Cardiff City FC (@CardiffCityFC) September 3, 2013 Five word review: Good, but no special striker. In: Willian (Anzhi Makhachkala, £30m), André Schürrle (Bayer Leverkusen, £18m), Marco van Ginkel (Vitesse Arnhem, £9m), Christian Atsu (Porto, £3.5m), Cristian Cuevas (O'Higgins, £3m), Isaiah Brown (WBA, £209,000), Mark Schwarzer (Fulham, Free), Stipe Perica (NK Zadar, Undisclosed), [.

Liverpool Striker Daniel Sturridge Dances With Fan Outside Anfield Following Notts County Win

Attacking Soccer at related • 0 views

Liverpool fan Jordan Macavoy got more than he bargained for when him and his mates spotted Daniel Sturridge outside Anfield last night following the Red's ,a href="http://www.attackingsoccer.com/2013/08/liverpool-beat-notts-county-in-extra-time-with-10-men/">extra time win over Notts County.

Sturridge also has to be comended for his good sportsmanship in all this too as he dance's with the smitten supporter.