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Who Are Ya: Notts County

By: Richard Hubbert
Date: 01/08/2006

WITH the new season almost upon us, it's time to cast an eye upon the teams in League Two for 2006-2007. Richard Hubbert turns his attention to Notts County.

Notts County

ManagerSteve Thompson
Last Season21st in League Two
Transfers In
Austin McCannBostonFree
Tom CurtisChesterFree
Saul DeeneyBurtonFree
Dan GlessonCambridgeFree
Ian RossSheff UtdLoan
Lawrie DudfieldBostonFree
Matt SomnerAldershotFree
Jason LeeNorthamptonFree
Alan WhiteBostonFree
Stephen HuntColchesterFree
Gary SilkPortsmouthFree
Andy ParkinsonGrimsbyFree
Junior MendesGrimsbyFree
Tcham N'ToyaOxfordFree
Transfers Out
Julian BaudetCreweFree
Emmet FriarsTamworthFree
Chris PalmerWycombeFree
Stacy LongGravesendFree
Lewis McMahon Released
Noe Sissoko Released
Brian O'Callaghan Released
Steve Scoffham Released
Rob Ullathorne Released
Key PlayerAlan White. The Magpies leaked lots of goals last season and new manager Steve Thompson will look to White to help County shore up at the back. White has been appointed club captain - underlining his importance to a new look Notts County side.
StrengthsOn paper, Notts County have brought in some useful players. Jason Lee, Lawrie Dudfield and Tcham N'Toya have goals in them at this level. Although he had a mixed time at Blundell Park, Andy Parkinson is back at Meadow Lane where he enjoyed a successful loan spell in 2003/04. If he hits form, he will cause problems for League Two defences.
WeaknessesWith a massive 14 new signings over the summer, can they all gel quickly enough? Furthermore, Magpies fans will hope that their new manager, Steve Thompson, fares better at Meadow Lane than he did in his last post where he oversaw Cambridge's relegation from the football league.
Prediction19th. A more stable season for the Magpies, but with so many changes over the summer, any more than a bottom half finish will be an achievement.

Next Team: Peterborough

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