I’m sure many of us have heard of The Marshmallow Test. Established at Stanford University in the late 1960s, children were confronted by the dilemma of eating a marshmallow they’d been asked not to eat or waiting until the end… Continue Reading
As someone directly involved in the club successfully ending a record 18-month period of administration in 2003, I have some (albeit limited) appreciation of the murky and convoluted inner-workings of club finance, as well as trying to decipher documents on… Continue Reading
David Deighton is Notts County’s former ticket office manager, who experienced two takeovers during his time at Meadow Lane. This is his account of what it’s like to work at the club during a change in ownership, including the short-lived… Continue Reading
So, there we have it, a new owner and a new manager all within the space of 24 hours. The general consensus on Alan Hardy seems very positive; he speaks with great passion, character and most reassuringly of all, sense.
I understand why any football chairmen might want to use social media, but please be careful what you tweet. Us Notts fans are the most stressed in the land and absolutely desperate for the good times to return – or… Continue Reading
Everyone knows the old paradox of Schrödinger’s cat, simultaneously dead and alive. The Austrian physicist who devised it probably didn’t see the parallels that could be drawn with English football decades later, but here we are. The English lower leagues… Continue Reading