We can't go out so why not stay in with Neal Bishop, Trevor Christie, Shaun Derry, Martin Allen, Ricardo Moniz, Lee Hughes and co. Check out all the best bits from the 2020 series of our Magpie Circle podcasts. Hilarious, insightful and thought-provoking as some of the Magpies greatest names regale us with tales of seasons gone by. Part One tonight (click on picture), with Part 2 released on New Year's Day.
If Notts County v Hartlepool is the main course, your dessert is a live Magpie Circle Youtube show after the game. We’re broadcasting a live show from 7pm on Monday with Nottingham Post Notts correspondent Leigh Curtis. We’ll be reviewing Notts’ performance against Hartlepool which will have finished just two hours earlier. Taking a look at the Notts finances after the publishing of the club’s annual report. And focussing on the current state of the National League board and
1st - Keith Brown, Matty Hamshaw, Luke Rodgers and Adam Campbell. 2nd - Chris Billy, Andy Hughes, Gavin Mahon and Rob Milsom. 3rd - Chris Marsden. 4th - Shaun Cunnington and Ryan Hall. 5th - Billy McDermott, Krystian Pearce and Alex Howes. 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, Kaiyne Woolery and Scott Wilson. 12th -
Join us for the second episode of The Magpie Circle LIVE as we welcome on the show this week Kings Lynn Chairman Steven Cleeve, The Nottingham Post's Notts County correspondent Leigh Curtis & Pride of Nottingham's Chris Buckley! Sit back & enjoy the show as we preview Notts' trip to Kings Lynn on Boxing Day.
We now have a permanent Saturday session at Chilwell Olympia from 9am till 10am which gives fans the chance to get to the match when they are allowed back and still enjoy a kick a round. We have a Wednesday session too for the over 60’s same place 10am till 11am so if any former players fancy a kick about please contact below. Walking football sessions at Chilwell Olympia are available every Wednesday from 10.00am till 11.00am for over 60's ENQUIRIES: TERRY M: 07788 418534 E:
Calverton-born Steve Cherry became one of Notts County’s all-time goalkeeping greats. But he could quite easily have followed in his family’s footsteps and worked in one of Nottinghamshire’s many coal mines. Cherry was initially rejected as a young lad by the Magpies. But after a detour via Derby and Plymouth, Cherry became Neil Warnock’s very first signing in 1989. He went on to make 328 appearances for the Magpies and become a vital component of the double promotion-winning
In the Magpie Circle podcast this week, we shine a light on the challenges, trials and tribulations faced by young players up and down the country as they seek to earn a pro contract. Ex Mansfield boss Paul Cox, Walsall goalkeeping legend Jimmy Walker and school principal Paul Sherlock all went through that process as YT's at Notts three decades ago. The DNA and camaraderie created at Meadow Lane has lived with them ever since. Heart-warming, hilarious and challenging all
Part 2 of our Shaun Derry special podcast. Reveals how he should have resigned from the club in protest at huge wage cuts and being told senior players had to leave. BUT as a boyhood Notts fan he felt compelled to stay loyal to the club and his staff. He was sacked 10 months later.
IT’S a case of Boyz II Men for Basford-born Shaun Derry in the new episode of The Magpie Circle. Derry holds the unique distinction of being the only man to have grown up as a boy supporting Notts County, played for the club and managed the club. Now in his first-ever in-depth interview about his decades with the Magpies, Derry lifts the lid on his highs and lows. How he was a Junior Magpie, went to Meadow Lane with his dad, and was a young schoolboy at successive play-off fi