Alan Hardy the speedster leaves Notts County stuck in reverse | Daniel Taylor

26 January 2019 07:59
Notts are on their third manager of the season, eight points off safety at the bottom of League Two and straying dangerously close to losing their title as the oldest Football League clubIn ordinary circumstances Notts County, rock bottom of the entire Football League, would have been preparing to play Newport this weekend. These, of course, are not ordinary circumstances. Newport had an FA Cup tie against Middlesbrough to take up their time and that left the 92nd-placed club in English football facing a blank weekend. To borrow an old line from Jasper Carrott, their best result for ages.Not that the supporters of this proud old club will find that particularly amusing when Notts are currently eight points off safety at the bottom of League Two and straying dangerously close to losing their title as the oldest club in the Football League. Related: Harry Kewell leaves Notts County amid flurry of Football League sackings Before the start of the season, Hardy described promotion as a 'dead cert'. Instead Kevin Nolan was sacked in August. Harry Kewell lasted 73 days. Neal Ardley was appointed and has won one of his first 10 games Related: Kevin Nolan sacked by Notts County with winless club bottom of League Two Continue reading. . read full article

Source: TheGuardian