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This is a step up to a bigger club for Harry Kewell. I hope he is up to it because Notts are a heritage club that deserve to be in the football league.
Fantastic appointment. Every time he played against Man Utd on the wing for LFC he absolutely roasted their full-back.Man Utd fans hated him because of the absolute destruction he caused.
Notts County are going down.....under haha
No surprise at the worst kept secret but disappointed all the same. The game is awash with money and everybody wants a share. Club loyalty went out with the Ark and nobody cares about players or supporters. Much appreciation of what Kewell has done for my club (and it's quite a lot) but as for respect I am afraid not.
Never looked that committed and was invisible for 8 weeks during the summer when his profile might helped us more, had a couple of successful months last season but sandwiched between terrible start and weak finish. Cannot wish him well as left us in the lurch, mind Notts County like their "big name" managers?
Good luck Harry.
Looks like Laurel & Hardy!
LMAO. Didnt even know he was still in the country !! Why would you get rid of Nolan and replace with Kewell?! The best thing that Kewell has done is to go off "injured" in 2005!! He said he had a real chance of scoring. The guy couldnt kick a ball straight. Number one penalty taker ! I am just glad you were off the pitch. A waste of talent...and space.
Notts' chairman is a Liverpool fan at heart, and fear he's been seduced by that connection. Every manager's a gamble however, but this seems more of a gamble than necessary or wise.Clearly something badly wrong under Nolan though, with worrying rumours circulating locally, and a change inevitable. The immediate return of Rob Milsom, released in May, also tells a story.Good luck to Kewell.
So you sack Kevin Nolan who has over 40% win ratio for someone with a 30% win ratio, wheres the logic
Some exciting times ahead with Kewell at the helm, such as derbies with the likes of Ilkeston in a year or two's time.
I only managed to attend a few matches for Crawley last season, only turned up after the start of the 2nd 45 for one game. Town were already three nil down in that game. They won the second half on performance, the same as the home game before that, and the home game after that defeat. We never got a win in any of those games. A few unbeaten runs was about as good as it got for him. Pastures new.
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