Mike Edwards departs

Notts County strength and conditioning coach Mike Edwards is leaving the club. ‘Eddy’ enjoyed two spells with the Magpies, racking up well over 300 appearances and forming an important part of the backroom staff in recent seasons. And the former Magpies captain, who was part of Steve Cotterill’s side that lifted the League Two title in 2009-10 and went on to enjoy a testimonial year, paid tribute to the supporters for their backing throughout his career at Meadow Lane. “This place will always have a special place in my heart and the supporters are one of the main reasons for that,” he said. “I’ve got too many special memories to mention but I have absolutely loved my time at Meadow Lane. “Th

Darren Fletcher Appointed Vice Chairman

Notts County have today announced the appointment of Darren Fletcher as vice-chairman of the Board of Directors of the club. Fletcher is one of the original members of the Board created by chairman Alan Hardy when taking control of the club 18 months ago. Hardy said: "Darren has done an excellent job for us since being appointed to the board. His new position will include a special remit and responsibility to oversee the football department of the club, complementing the football operations department, which will continue to be led by the Football Operations Director. "It's no secret that we have had to undergo a total overhaul of our football structure from top to bottom since my arrival.

Birthdays 1st to 31st July

1st - Tyrell Waite and Eric Weaver. 2nd - Steve Sims. 3rd - Stef Frost, Billy Daniels and Adam Webster. 4th - Michael Johnson. 6th - Adam Nowland, Jordan Richards and Bart Bialkowski. 7th - Dominic Foley. 8th - Jake Sheridan and Tom Williams. 9th - Enda Stevens, Michael Petrasso and Jason Kearton. 10th - Charlie Palmer. 11th - Ryan Jarvis and Dale Belford. 12th - Steve Scoffham and Jason Beardsley. 13th - Ian Bolton and Ian Scanlon. 14th - Lewis Neal, Sam Sodje, Michael Emenalo and Frazer McHugh. 15th - Mason Bennett. 16th - Colin Foster, Steve Jenkins, Paul Reece and Barry Watling. 22nd - Mike Rose. 23rd - Keith Downing and James Lindley. 25th - Geoff Collier and Jonathan Forte. 26th - Will

Death at 94 of Stalwart from the “Lawton Era”

Bob Crookes, one of the last surviving Notts County players from the famous “Lawton era” in the 1950’s, has died after a short illness at the age of 94. He remained in good health until the last few weeks of his life and his passing comes as a shock to his family and many friends. Older Notts supporters will remember a versatile forward - he played equally effectively at inside left or on the left wing - who had a rare burst of speed and a fine shot, this enabling him to score 45 goals in 177 League appearances. He made just two appearances in 1949-50 as Notts stormed to the title of the Third Division South but reached his peak two seasons later, as a regular member of the team operating at

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