Impact Magazine, University Radio Nottingham and Notts County Football Club have teamed up to allow students to watch their next home game for free.

At a recent press conference at Meadow Lane, we caught up with manager Kevin Nolan and owner Alan Hardy to discuss how the pair have found the first nine months at the helm of the world’s oldest football league club.

Impact asked Alan Hardy: ‘Why did you appoint Kevin Nolan in the first place back in January 2017?’

Hardy responded: “The club needed a leader both on and off the pitch and I felt Kevin was exactly that person, his leadership qualities by far eclipsed those of mangers with 10 to 15 years of managerial experience.”

Nine months on, and Kevin Nolan’s side are currently top of Sky Bet League 2 and are mounting a serious promotion charge, as they look to gain promotion to League 1.

Notts County take on underdogs Forest Green Rovers next Saturday (07/10/2017) at Meadow Lane – and University of Nottingham students can claim two free tickets to the game if they sign up to the following link by midnight Tuesday 3rd October 2017:

https://www.nottscountyfc.co.uk/studentoffer

Come down and support your local football team and cheer on the Pies to victory!

Nick Kaba

Featured image courtesy of ‘The Stadium Guide’ via Flickr.

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