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Notts County are out of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy after losing their semi-final clash against Preston North End at Meadow Lane.
Notts County manager Shaun Derry says his side is a "world apart" from where they were last year.
The Magpies have not lost a game since August.
This weekend they face Scunthorpe who are bottom of the league.
As James Clark reports, the man in charge has revealed something a little different.
Notts County defender Mustapha Dumbuya is enjoying being part of his sides terrific run at the moment. The Magpies currently sit fifth in the league having not lost in 10 matches.
However the deadly Ebola outbreak in his native country of Sierra Leone has made playing for the national team an unpleasant experience.
In August, ahead of an African Cup of Nation's match, he says the team was refused entry to the Seychelles. Two weeks ago in Cameroon he said the side was effectively quarantined in their hotel.
Former England and Manchester United footballer Alan Smith is set to join Notts County.
He will continue his playing career at Meadow Lane where he will also form part of the coaching staff.
The 33-year-old is close to agreeing a one-year deal with the Magpies.
Notts County will host Birmingham City at Meadow Lane in July for their first friendly before next season.
First friendly confirmed: Notts County will play Birmingham City at Meadow Lane on Tuesday 29th July. 7.30pm kick-off. Prices TBC.
Notts County manager Shaun Derry has told ITV News Central his team are trying to escape relegation.
He was speaking ahead of County's home-tie tonight against MK Dons.
Derry said tonight's match at Meadow Lane will be a big game.
Notts County have confirmed their League 1 home game against Gillingham has been moved from Tuesday 28 January, 2014 to Saturday 7 December, 2013.
The Midland derby match between League One sides Notts County and Wolves will go ahead as planned on Saturday, club bosses have confirmed.
There had been questions over whether the match would have to be postponed due to possible international call-ups for both squads - but, following discussions between the sides, the fixture will be honoured.
Kick off will be at 3pm.
Notts County Football Club have appointed Shaun Derry as their new manager.
When we, as a Board, sat down to identify the credentials that we were looking for in our next manager, we were agreed that we needed someone who understood this club and what it means to our fans.
I have to be honest and admit that Shaun wasn’t someone that we had thought of initially, but that was only because he was still enjoying a successful career as a player at a higher level.
However, when he contacted me to declare an interest in the position, he was an applicant that we simply couldn’t ignore. What he has achieved as a player, coupled with the leadership that he has shown throughout his career, make him the ideal candidate for a managerial role and he made it clear that he wanted that role to be with his hometown club.
There are question marks over his credentials, simply because this will be his first managerial role, I know that, but there are doubts with every managerial appointment and we, as a Board, have to put our faith in who we think is the right man for the job.
Shaun is someone who can relate to the players and, perhaps more importantly, relate to this club, but he is not naïve enough to think that he could take this step alone.