Notts County

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Notts County F.C. - History - Formation and Early Years - FA Cup Finals
... On 25 March 1891, Notts County reached the FA Cup final for the first time ... Notts County made up for this on 31 March 1894, when they won the FA Cup at Goodison Park, defeating Bolton Wanderers 4–1 in a game in which Jimmy Logan scored the ... This achievement is also memorable for Notts County becoming the first club outside the top division to win the FA Cup Notts County finished 3rd in Division Two that season ...
Sean Canham - Career
... Despite having trials with Charlton Athletic, he signed for Notts County in early August 2008 alongside Delroy Facey, for the start of the 2008–09 season ... Canham made his debut for Notts County on 9 August 2008, in the 2–1 away defeat to Bradford City ... On 10 May 2010, it was announced that he had been released by Notts County along with 7 other players ...
PFA Team Of The Year - Winners - 2009–10 - League Two
... Player Club Appearance GK Kasper Schmeichel Notts County 1 DF John Brayford Crewe Alexandra 1 DF Craig Dawson Rochdale 1 DF Ian Sharps Rotherham United 1 DF Tom Kennedy ...
Clifton F.C. - Former Players
... than 250 games for Birmingham City and more than 100 each for Notts County, the club where he began his professional career, and for Derby County ... season, and took up the post of youth team manager with Notts County ... Richard Liburd (Notts County and Bradford City),(born 26 September 1973) is an English footballer who is a defender and plays for Hucknall Town ...
Les Bradd - Notts County
... It was at Notts County where his career took shape ... also reaching the League Cup quarter finals, a run which saw County beat two top flight clubs, Stoke and Southampton, with Bradd scoring in both games ... five seasons at the club, which saw County establish themselves as a comfortbale second division side ...

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