Notts County supporters’ club chairman John Terrington says that community-run schemes by the club are set to continue whatever the outcome of the club’s impending.
After current Notts County chairman Alan Hardy announced that he was putting the League Two club up for sale, there were fears that the club schemes would stop running.
“THE COMMUNITY Schemes are Run separately from the club even though it’s still part of the club”
Mr Terrington said: “The community schemes are run separately from the club even though it’s still part of the club.”
The 64-year-old from Hucknall added that the supporters also help schemes that help with “educational needs and mental health”.
The club’s supporters’ group has been helping the club with fundraising and community schemes since 1947.
As well sponsoring former manager Kevin Nolan’s kit, the supporters’ group has also helped with funding for the academy, so that they get the best football education.
The club are current at the bottom of League Two, 11 points from safety. The current manager Neal Ardley is the third manager in 18 months.
The Magpies take League Two leaders Lincoln City on Saturday, February 2.
Previous owner: Ray Trew
Current Owner: Alan Hardy
Current Manager: Neal Ardley (third in the last 18 months)
Current League position: 24th in League Two
Club Nickname: The Magpies
Oldest football league club in the world; founded in 1862