Kevin Nolan was delighted with how Notts County “found a way to win” after they got their promotion bid back on track. The Magpies moved up to fourth in the League Two table, a point behind third-placed Wycombe, after securing a 2-0 win over Stevenage at Meadow Lane. Jorge Grant opened the scoring after coming off the bench as he steered in a terrific finish in the 77th minute, before Shola Ameobi doubled the lead just moments later.
The big striker was recalled to the starting 11 and given how influential he was in the first half of the campaign, it’s essential he stays fit. With the way Notts play they need him to be a big presence up front as he is a useful target to hit. He causes problems for defenders and hopefully after a bit of hamstring trouble, he will be fit and firing for what is going to be a tense end of season run-in. 2.
Notts County goalkeeper Adam Collin was glad to grant Kevin Nolan’s wishes as he admitted his satisfaction at keeping a clean sheet against Stevenage. The Magpies recorded a 2-0 win at Meadow Lane where goals from Jorge Grant and Shola Ameobi sealed victory. But Notts produced an impressive defensive performance with the back-four keeping its second clean sheet in three games.
You know what I like about Robertson most? His attitude. Doesn't come across as big time, very grounded and seems desperate to make the most of his opportunity. Put that all together with his ability and we have a serious player on our hands.
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