Birthdays 1st to 31st May

1st - Gary Chapman. 2nd - Lewis McMahon. 4th - Jordan Holt and Nathan Tyson. 7th - Lawrie Dudfield and Brian Kilcline. 8th - Gary Brook and Liam Noble. 9th - Jason Lee, Felix Bastians, Mick Leonard and Chris Short. 10th - Civard Sprockel. 11th - Aidan Davison, Darren Ward and John Williams. 12th - Adam Tann. 13th - Peter Beadle and Steve Mildenhall. 14th - John Cozens, Pat McGovern and Don O'Riordan. 18th - Lee Miller and Peggy Arphexad. 19th - Rachid Harkouk. 21st - Dave Needham, Lee Nogan and Ray O'Brien. 22nd - Lee Hughes and Mark Robson. 23rd - Ruben Zadkovich, Shane McFaul, Mick Stone and Mick Vinter. 24th - Nico Yennaris. 25th - John Sheridan. 26th - Wayne Diuk. 27th - Andy Parkinson,

FRED EVANS

We have today learned from Fred's daughter Faye that Fred passed away on the 13th April aged 93 at the Queen Alexandra Hospital. Fred joined the Magpies as a centre forward from Portsmouth in 1947 but it was not until new manager, Eric Houghton picked him as outside right that he enjoyed a lengthy run in the first team. Fred played for Notts from 1947 to 1950 and made 39 league appearances scoring 14 goals and helped Notts win the Division 3 South title in 1950. Our condolences go out to his friends and family.

Happy Birthday John Chiedozie

John joined Notts County from Leyton Orient in August 1981 for a fee of £600,000 a record fee at the time for the Magpies. He had started his career as a apprentice at Leyton Orient in 1977 aged 17 making 145 appearances and scoring 20 goals, he was a winger with blistering pace and scored 16 league goals from a 112 appearances for Notts. At the end of 1983-84 season at Meadow Lane, Notts lost their fight against relegation from the First Division, so needing to raise money and with the speedy winger being one of the club's biggest assets, he was sold in August 1984 for a fee of £375,000 to Tottenham. John had been unlucky with injuries throughout his career - a broken leg ruling him out o

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