15 - A vote takes place at the Supporters Trust formation where members voted unanimously in favour of the Trust.
21 - County claim their first three points of 2003 after recovering from 2-0 down to claim a 3-2 win at home to
4 - Marcel Cas departs from
8 - 2,400 travelling Notts fans witnessed the Magpies defeated by a 3-2 score-line to local rivals,
8 - County travelled home from the Welsh capital with an unexpected surprise – THREE POINTS!!! The day saw Mark Stallard net both of the County goals in the 2-0 win.
28 - Highly-rated goalkeeper, Saul Deeney, makes his debut in the 3-2 win over the to-be relegated,
28 - The next generation of Notts County Football Club lifted the Midlands Youth cup thanks to a remarkable extra time winner from captain, Willis Francis.
5 - The club release Danny Stone, Craig Ireland, Richard Liburd, and Richard Holmes.
6 - Danny Allsopp is the next face to head for the exit as he joins Peter Taylor’s
3 - The rollercoaster ride of the clubs financial plight takes a step in the right direction, or so we thought, as a bid from local businessmen, Raj Bhatia and Frank Strang, is voted the preferred bid.
19 - The pre-season campaign started well as the Magpies picked up a 3-1 win over
4 - The Football League allow the club another month to secure its finances following the collapse of the Bhatia/Strang takeover bid.
6 - Steve Jenkins, Clive Platt, Tony Barras, Simon Baldry, Saul Deeney, Michael Brough and Ian Richardson all sign short-term contracts with a view to signing long-term extensions when the club emerges from administration.
9 - The new campaign starts in the worst possible fashion as Notts crash to a 5-0 defeat to
30 - Paul Heffernan snatches a late, late equaliser against table-topping
3 - A second takeover package falls through as the future of the club looks more and more precarious.
6 - A stunning equaliser from Tony Barras claims a point at home to
8 - The Football League allow Notts until December 9th to secure the future of the club.
13 - County’s first three points of the season came at Saltergate where a single Paul Bolland goal was enough to clinch a 1-0 win over
27 - Notts are drawn to play the newly reformed Premiership outfit, Chelsea at
4 - County’s first home win of the season came in the form of a well-earned 3-0 victory over Colchester United where the clubs home-grown talent shone through as Paul Heffernan (2) and Paul Riley (1) scored the decisive goals.
29 - Despite being on the wrong end of a 4-2 defeat, County managed to put in a spirited performance against the who’s who of World Football’s second-string side. Goals from Tony Barras and Mark Stallard helped keep the score justifiable.
26 - The Supporters Trust announced the successful raising of the £250,000 needed for their 30% stake on the future board of the club.
3 - Notts County Football Club were finally saved as the Bleinheim consortium, along with the Supporters Trust, took their place on the new-look board of directors.
7 - Notts are given another top-notch cup draw as they are pulled out of the hat to play Premiership,
26 - Paul Heffernan finished the year on a high with a hat-trick against promotion candidates, Queens Park Rangers, in a memorable 3-3 draw at