Birthdays 1st to 31st December

1st - Matt Richards 2nd - Gary Wood 3rd - David Clarke 4th - Ian Barraclough, Brian Bates and Adam Newton 5th - Ian Hendon 6th - Shaun Derry and Karl Hawley 7th - John McClelland, Shaun Murray, Jamie Clapham and Louis Harris. 8th - David Beavon, Steve Torpey, Matt Somner. 9th - Marc Bola and Adam Collin. 10th - Raymond Daniel, Justin Jackson and Tahvon Campbell. 11th - Shaun Harrad, Steve Nicol and Cristian Montano. 12th - Zeli Ismail. 13th - John Froggatt, Jimmy Spencer, Bill Garner, Cyril Parry and Jimmy Spencer. 14th - Nathan Fox, Ian Hamilton, Jake Wholey and Joshua Vela. 15th - Jimmy Quinn, Jason Banton and Montel Gibson. 16th - Simon Grayson, Paddy McCourt, Paddy McCour

Hark The Herald Magpies Sing.

Notts County's Christmas carol concert will take place on Monday 3 December with doors opening at 7pm. The evening will be hosted in the Club 155 suite at Meadow Lane and attended by members of the first-team squad as well as the Nottingham Salvation Army Band and St Michael’s Primary School Choir. The concert will start at 7.30pm and there will be mulled wine and mince pies aplenty! All supporters are warmly invited to come and celebrate the festive season at their beloved Meadow Lane. The event is free of charge but registration is required. Please confirm your space by emailing This year marks the 100th anniversary of the armistice and football club carol e

Death of Jimmy Linton, former Notts ‘keeper

We record with regret the passing of Jimmy Linton, a real Notts stalwart in some of the darkest days in the club’s history. He would have been 88 at the beginning of next month. Notts suffered successive relegations in 1958, from the Second Division, and 1959 when dropping into the Fourth Division for the first time. They were both heavy blows but Linton remained one of the Magpies’ most reliable players. In the two campaigns he completed a total of 64 first team appearances and these comprise part of his 120 League and Cup appearances after establishing himself as first choice goalkeeper in 1955-56. He had made his debut at Huddersfield Town in November, 1962 when the home side’s goalkeeper

‘Sgt Wilko’ returning to the scene of his first managerial success with Notts

Howard Wilkinson who, working alongside the late Jimmy Sirrel, helped to mastermind Notts County’s promotion to the top flight of English football in 1981 is returning to Meadow Lane for a commemorative reunion dinner being organised by the club’s Former Players’ Association. This special occasion will take place on Saturday evening, 6th April, and all the players who figured in the promotion team, and those who helped to keep Notts at the peak of the game, will also be present. In the first two of three seasons in the old First Division, with Wilkinson continuing to have a crucial influence, Notts finished a highly creditable 15th. Then, in the summer of 1983, he was tempted to leave for hi

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