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On 3 February 2013 Chris Kiwomya was appointed caretaker manager.[59] On 27 March 2013, he was appointed full-time manager on a three-year deal.[60] On 27 October 2013 Kiwomya left the club by mutual consent.[61]

As Jamie Fullarton leaves Notts County after 10 weeks in charge, BBC Sport looks at five things you may have missed in the Football League.

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Notts County captain and England defender Laura Bassett said: “Meadow Lane is a fantastic stadium and I can't wait to go there with England.

Hans Backe, Eriksson's former assistant at Manchester City, was given the job of manager in October 2009 . He signed a three-year deal and stated his intent to get the club promoted to League 1, but resigned two months later after just nine games in charge.[47]

Notts County are the oldest professional league club in the world having been formed in 1862.[1][4]

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 second hat-trick in FA Cup final history.[1] This achievement is also memorable for Notts County becoming the first club outside the top division to win the FA Cup: Notts County finished third in Division Two that season. In 1910 they moved to Meadow Lane.[1]

UEFA Women's Euro 2017 Group 7 qualifier 7.05pm BST, Thursday 15 September 2016 Meadow Lane, Notts County FC Tickets priced £7.50 adults, £3.50 children

Record Cup Victory 15–0 vs Rotherham Town, FA Cup 1st Round, 24 October 1885

Danielle Carter scored a hat-trick against Estonia in September 2015

The pilot scheme also has particular focus on encouraging more girls and women to play football, along with promoting the local FA WSL and FA WPL clubs, and supporting the women's game as a whole.

Most consecutive away league games without defeat 19, 28 February 2012 – 26 December 2012

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In 1888, Notts County, along with 11 other football clubs, became a founding member of The Football League.[8] They finished their first league season in 11th place, but avoided the dubious honour of the wooden spoon, which went to Midlands rivals Stoke.[9] However, Notts County did achieve their highest ever league finish of third in 1890–91,[10] an achievement they repeated 10 seasons later.[11]

England have already qualified for next summer's tournament, which will take place in Netherlands, after beating Serbia 7-0 in Stara Pazova in June.

Most League Points (2 for a win) 69, Division Four 1970–71

The Lionesses, who are aiming to top Group 7, will play Estonia on Thursday 15 September (7.05pm KO).

On 7 April 2015 Ricardo Moniz was appointed manager on a three-year contract.[65] On 29 December 2015 Moniz along with assistant manager Dave Kevin and defensive coach Dean Yates were sacked.[66] In the interim period the club placed academy manager Mick Halsall and under-21s coach Richard Dryden in charge of the first team, supported by goalkeeping coach Kevin Pilkington and Mike Edwards, player and fitness coach.[67]

Sirrel completed the remarkable transformation of Notts County in May 1981.[citation needed] He had turned The Magpies from Fourth Division strugglers to a top division side in little over a decade, ending an absence of 55 years from the top flight.[1] This achievement was with the same chairman (Jack Dunnett) and trainer (Jack Wheeler) throughout the decade.[citation needed]

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On 12 December 2009 Peter Trembling purchased the club for a nominal fee from Munto Finance.[46]

On 10 January 2016 Jamie Fullarton was appointed manager on a three-and-a-half year contract.[68]

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Two seasons later, Notts County were again promoted, this time to Division Two.[22] It marked an amazing turnaround in form under Sirrel and would also renew meetings with old adversaries Forest.[citation needed] Sirrel departed for Sheffield United in October 1975 but returned two years later.[citation needed]

“Domestically, we have one of the highest attendances in the League and this is a fantastic opportunity to get the fans into Meadow Lane and demonstrate the support that the city of Nottingham has for women’s football.”

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The World's Oldest Football League Club Tue 10 Jul 2012

Highest Gate Receipts £277,781.25 vs Manchester City, FA Cup 4th Round, 30 January 2011

England Women's final home UEFA Euro 2017 qualifier will be played at Notts County's Meadow Lane stadium.

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On 8 September 2011 to mark the opening of the new Stadium in Turin, Juventus invited Notts County for an historic exhibition match. The game ended 1–1 with goals from Luca Toni and Lee Hughes coming in the second half.[77][78]

On 6 November 2013 Shaun Derry was appointed manager.[62] Despite it looking as though the team would be relegated from League One, Derry was able to turn the team's fortunes around in a run that saw them take 19 points from the last 9 games of the 2013–14 season and avoid relegation thanks to a 1–1 draw away at Oldham Athletic on the final day.[63] On 23 March 2015 Derry and assistant manager Greg Abbott were sacked after winning only three games in 24 matches since November 2014.[64]

Substitutes Matt Green and Darius Henderson score in injury time as Mansfield earn a dramatic derby win over Notts County.

Youngest player (League) Tony Bircumshaw, 16 years and 54 days, 3 April 1961

Notts County view their main rivals as neighbours Nottingham Forest. However, during recent stints in the lower levels of the Football League, rivalry has increased with Nottinghamshire neighbours Mansfield Town. Other clubs sharing local rivalries with Notts County are Derby County, Leicester City, Lincoln City and Chesterfield.

“We're determined to top this qualifying group to give ourselves the best possible chance of success at next summer's tournament as well as getting a win in front of our supporters in our last home qualifier.”

Highest Scorer in One Season Tom Keetley, 39, Division Three South 1930–31

On 27 May 2016, John Sheriden left Oldham Athletic to be manager on a three-year contract.[73]

As of the 2013–14 season, Notts County have played more league games (4756) than any other English side.[82]