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“It’s up to me and Peter Taylor to beat the opposite person, but it’s up to the players as well.
“They need to realise what kind of game it’s going to be and what position we’re in."
Gary Liddle hopes to continue in a midfield role between now and the end of the season after being moved out of defence in the last two games.
He said: “You soon get used to it, especially playing with Boucs (Andre Boucaud) in there, it just gives me that licence to get forward and to get on the end of things.
“Thankfully I was on the end of one at Bradford and was unlucky not to score again against Brentford.
“Hopefully if selected in that position I can get on the end of another against Gillingham." READ MOREGILLINGHAM:
Gills boss Peter Taylor wants his side to come out of the traps early after a costly opening in their loss to Rotherham last weekend.
He said: “You train all week, you name the team and you talk about being hard to play against but, once the boys cross that white line, you are keeping your fingers crossed that they are going to perform.
“We are in the position we are because we haven’t performed consistently well enough, whether it’s on the ball or off it and they are things we have to get better at. On Saturday we were too easy to play against." READ MORE
Former Magpies winger Myles Weston says he will not be bothered by the boo boys on his return to Meadow Lane.
He said: "The reason [I left] was because Brentford were in League 1 and Notts County were in League 2.
“I don’t think a lot of people liked the fact I left but it was just to further my career.
“They don’t like me much but I don’t really get fazed by fans and all that, I just concentrate on my game.” READ MORE
Click here to view who is in the Gills' ranks.KEY MAN:
In the reverse fixture at the Priestfield Stadium, Danny Kedwell proved to be a big player for the Gills in attack.
A strong focal point for his side, the striker netted the second goal in Gillingham’s 2-1 triumph over the Magpies.
Kedwell has been in fine form recently with eight goals in his last 11 appearances, taking him to a total of 10 for the season. Age: 30 | Nationality: English | Career Appearances: 224 (+ 30 sub) | Career Goals: 98 | Former Clubs: Welling, Grays, AFC WimbledonTHE LINK:
Former Magpies backroom duo John Schofield and Carl Muggleton are currently part of the Gillingham coaching staff.
The pair followed ex-Notts boss Martin Allen to the Priestfield Stadium but are now working with new boss Peter Taylor, following Allen's departure earlier this term.
Schofield was previously a first team coach at Meadow Lane between 2011 and 2012, whereas Muggleton held the post of goalkeeping coach and later assistant manager between 2008 and 2012.
|TOTAL MEETINGS||NOTTS WINS||DRAWS||OPPOSITION WINS|
LAST MEETING: Date:
Tues 22 October 2013 @ Priestfield StadiumCompetition:
Gillingham 2-1 Notts Co Scorers:
Whelpdale 24, Kedwell 26; McGregor 79Attendance:
5,161Highlights: WATCH NOWTHE VAULT:
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