NCFCOSA welcomes our new players.

With six new players coming into the club after the transfer embargo was lifted last week, credit must be given to our chairman and manager for working wonders in such a short time.

With Mark Yeates arriving until the end of the season from Blackpool

Shola Ameobi signing until the end of the season, being a free agent

Marc Bola on loan from Arsenal

Tahvon Campbell on loan from W B A

Jorge Grant on loan from Nottingham Forest

Josh Clackston on loan from Hull City

add all that and our manager registering himself as a player, things are looking far more promising than a week or so ago, we all know there is a long way to go and a lot of battles to be won before we are safe.

The NCFCOSA like all other supporters of Notts County wish all our new players the very best for the remainder of the season, here’s hoping they enhance there carers here with Nots County.

Bright Young Future.

We at the OSA are very proud to have helped our academy this season with our donations from our fundraising, at our most recent meeting we had the pleasure of meeting the new Academy Manager Russell Hullett, Russell was very excited about the prospect of putting his ideas and skill to the betterment of the NCFC Academy, he was full of praise for the academy players who had made the step up into the first team here at Notts County in recent times and said he was sure many more would follow in the near future.

So we would like to thank everyone who participate in all our fundraising activities, because it is because of you that we are able to donate funds to help our youngsters achieve there potential.

That’s Entertainment.

Last week the SLO’s arranged a meeting to discuss what we could all do together to make the experience of our younger fans who visit Meadow Lane more enjoyable and more fun before the game and at half time, many views were put forward and Simon Fotheringham who was representing the club was very keen to get the ideas put into practise, he will be consulting with the chairman and the FITC team to make sure things are up and running as soon as possible, so watch this space, the NCFCOSA was well represented at the meeting and would like to thank Rob Holland for chairing the meeting.

Melvyn Watson


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