Stadium Meadow Lane
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Notts County are managed by managed by Kevin Nolan who replaced John Sheridan's in the dugout in January 2017. The former Leyton Orient boss was tasked with keeping the Magpies in the Football League, which he achieved with a 16th place finish.
County have played in pretty much every league of English football and they currently find themselves in League Two where they have been since suffering relegation down from League One in 2015. The ownership of the club has changed hands a number of times over the past few years, and it's now Nottingham businessman Alan Hardy who has purchased the club.
Meadow Lane is one of the better stadiums at this level and their history will ensure that Notts County always have a loyal following. They had a brief period in the spotlight a few years back when some heavy investment from the Middle East saw Sven Goran Eriksson appointed Director Of Football. The money did not last long though and the club were bought by the now former owner Ray Trew for just one pound, having amassed a massive amount of debt.
A mixed set of recent results has seen Notts County collect wins versus Forest Green, Stevenage, Carlisle United and Crewe Alexandra while suffering adverse results at Cambridge United, Barnet and Swansea City. Draws against Mansfield Town, Cheltenham Town and Newport County has seen them show mid-table form at best.
|24 Mar||Chesterfield||15:00||Notts County|
|31 Mar||Notts County||14:00||Wycombe Wanderers|
|02 Apr||Accrington Stanley||14:00||Notts County|
|07 Apr||Notts County||14:00||Coventry City|
|14 Apr||Colchester United||14:00||Notts County|
|21 Apr||Notts County||14:00||Yeovil Town|
|24 Mar||@ Chesterfield||15:00|
|31 Mar||vs Wycombe Wanderers||14:00|
|02 Apr||@ Accrington Stanley||14:00|
|07 Apr||vs Coventry City||14:00|
|14 Apr||@ Colchester United||14:00|
|21 Apr||vs Yeovil Town||14:00|