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    Noor Husin signs

    From Palace

    Scored for Accy against us on his debut

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    "It's a massive club" - Why does every new signing say this?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CmonUSexyStylishPies View Post
    "It's a massive club" - Why does every new signing say this?!
    Gawd knows but they do.

    Du pain, du vin, du Husin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by magicianpie View Post
    From Palace

    Scored for Accy against us on his debut
    The only goal he scored for Accy in 11 games

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    At face value I can't see much in this signing but no doubt KN knows better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReadWarbler View Post
    The only goal he scored for Accy in 11 games
    But he's not a forward, so that's not really an issue. They did improve in the second half of the season after he joined.

    http://www.soccerbase.com/players/pl...&season_id=149

    "Noor did really, really well on loan at Accrington last season and he's someone we kept an eye on because of that,” said the boss.

    There’s no surprise that Accrington went on a really good run once he settled into their team last year.

    https://www.nottscountyfc.co.uk/nolanhusin
    Last edited by Bohinen; 12-01-2018 at 12:59 PM.

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    Wonder what Grant and Yates goals and performance levels were like prior to signing?!?! In fact I remember some on here saying that we shouldn’t be signing kids for a relegation battle.
    Just because a player is successful or not at a previous club does not mean the same will at Notts.
    Give the lad a chance

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    Quote Originally Posted by Notts78 View Post
    Wonder what Grant and Yates goals and performance levels were like prior to signing?!?! In fact I remember some on here saying that we shouldn’t be signing kids for a relegation battle.
    Just because a player is successful or not at a previous club does not mean the same will at Notts.
    Give the lad a chance
    The young lad could not get a game at Reading or Crystal Palace but had a month on loan at Accy......of course he could turn out to be the next "Yates", but equally he could be the next pig~in~a~poke.......we will find out soon enough.....in KN we trust

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    Was rated as one of the 10 hot prospects in English football by the Mirror a couple of years ago...let's get him back on track!

    "Not long after being released by the Royals in the summer, Noor Husin moved to Palace after a successful trial and has already forced his way into Alan Pardew's first team plans. He has been named as a sub for their last two gamesReading's decision has baffled many who have seen Husin play.
    Husin was born in Afghanistan before leaving the war-torn country to move to the UK.
    A talented, creative midfielder who loves getting on the ball and dictating play, Husin made a quick impression on Pardew who revealed one of the reasons he snapped up experienced free agent Mathieu Flamini was to help develop youngsters like Husin."

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    Quote Originally Posted by countygump View Post
    Du pain, du vin, du Husin.
    At last, a truly classy chant emerges

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    Born in Afghanistan, I'm struggling to remember any other Asian player at Notts but they are chronically underrepresented in the English game. Let's hope he does well.

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    Zesh Rahman or Rehman I think had the "accolade" of being the only asian player in the Football League a while back, not sure how different it is now but I can't imagine there's many more, if any at all from Afghanistan

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    Quote Originally Posted by upthemaggies View Post
    Born in Afghanistan, I'm struggling to remember any other Asian player at Notts but they are chronically underrepresented in the English game. Let's hope he does well.
    Stating the obvious slightly but being born in Afghanistan in the late 90s is about as far removed from the stereotype of mollycoddled academy player as you can get.

    Not sure how old he was when he came to the UK but I bet he's seen a lot in his 20 years.

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    Two very good signings and look promising on recent form.
    Everyone has to understand we are not derby/florist/Wolverhampton/Arsenal/Spurs etc
    We are Notts county and have to budget accordingly.
    We don't have masses of money
    We have to rely on loan signings and signings that don't require fees.
    That doesn't mean we cannot find gems out there
    We just have to be sensible and careful.
    However I'm very pleased with what we have signed so far and see them adding flair to the squad and ability on the ball.
    A centre forward would be sooooo good
    But our kev must have something up his sleeve or happy with what he has...."for now"
    Last edited by The-Mac pie; 12-01-2018 at 07:15 PM. Reason: Oopss

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    Quote Originally Posted by The-Mac pie View Post
    Two very good signings and look promising on recent form.
    Everyone has to understand we are not derby/florist/Wolverhampton/Arsenal/Spurs etc
    We are Notts county and have to budget accordingly.
    We don't have masses of money
    We have to rely on loan signings and signings that don't require fees.
    That doesn't mean we cannot find gems out there
    We just have to be sensible and careful.
    However I'm very pleased with what we have signed so far and see them adding flair to the squad and ability on the ball.
    A centre forward would be sooooo good
    But our kev must have something up his sleeve or happy with what he has...."for now"


    Thank god we are not Florist, I agree with that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The-Mac pie View Post
    Two very good signings and look promising on recent form.
    Everyone has to understand we are not derby/florist/Wolverhampton/Arsenal/Spurs etc
    We are Notts county and have to budget accordingly.
    We don't have masses of money
    We have to rely on loan signings and signings that don't require fees.
    That doesn't mean we cannot find gems out there
    We just have to be sensible and careful.
    However I'm very pleased with what we have signed so far and see them adding flair to the squad and ability on the ball.
    A centre forward would be sooooo good
    But our kev must have something up his sleeve or happy with what he has...."for now"
    Great post Mac

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    Quote Originally Posted by irish_pie View Post
    Great post Mac
    Still doesn't rhyme though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Old_pie View Post
    Still doesn't rhyme though
    Your right Old_Pie... 2 points deducted for that mishap

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    Quote Originally Posted by drillerpie View Post
    Stating the obvious slightly but being born in Afghanistan in the late 90s is about as far removed from the stereotype of mollycoddled academy player as you can get.

    Not sure how old he was when he came to the UK but I bet he's seen a lot in his 20 years.
    True, and now he's come to Meadow Lane...

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    Quote Originally Posted by drillerpie View Post
    Stating the obvious slightly but being born in Afghanistan in the late 90s is about as far removed from the stereotype of mollycoddled academy player as you can get.

    Not sure how old he was when he came to the UK but I bet he's seen a lot in his 20 years.

    Indeed. And can I be the first to offer him a warm welcome Herat the Lane.

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