Ex Players return for Notts v Cambridge game.

Several ex players and a couple of ex Notts managers (John Barnwell and Mick Walker) returned as guests to watch a thrilling comeback by Notts which saw them fight back from 3-0 down to 3-3 with a cracking overhead kick to complete the fightback by Jonathan Forte deep in injury time. Ex Players including Ray O'Brien, Gary Lund, Dave Regis, Les Bradd, Ian Richardson, John Thompson, Steve Cherry, Mark Robson, Mike Rose, Dick Edwards, Brian Bates and Bob Tait who all made an appearance at the Broken Wheelbarrow and were interviewed by Paul Mace in front of eager Notts County fans.

Birthdays 1st to 31st January

1st - Keith Brown, Matty Hamshaw, Luke Rodgers and Adam Campbell. 2nd - Chris Billy, Andy Hughes and Gavin Mahon. 3rd - Chris Marsden. 4th - Shaun Cunnington and Ryan Hall. 5th - Billy McDermott and Krystian Pearce. 6th - Paul Cox and Phil Robinson. 7th - Geoffrey Gould and Filip Valencic. 8th - Romello Nangle. 9th - Chris Rhodes and Guy Branston. 10th - Martin Kuhl. 11th - Stacy Long, Marcus Haber, Mark Yeates and Kaiyne Woolery. 12th - Henrik Jorgensen and Nathan Doyle. 13th - Julien Baudet, Mike Whitlow and Ian Ross. 14th - David Robinson and Lee Crooks. 15th - Colin Hoyle, Tommy Johnson, Thierry Audel and Jermaine Pennant. 16th - Lee Matthews, Garry Nelson, Peter Russell a

Best wishes to Colin Slater.

The NCFPA would like to pass on their best wishes to Colin Slater who was involved in a fall after the Oxford City game on Saturday and was take to the QMC Nottingham where has had a partial hip replacement. We hope he gets well soon and wish him a speedy recovery.

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