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The week in words #15

15 December 2013

Catch up on another busy week at One Call Stadium with our regular column, ‘The week in words’…

MONDAY

Manager Paul Cox admitted that it was a case of ‘déjà vu’ after the FA Cup with Budweiser Third Round draw, handed either us or Oldham Athletic a trip to Liverpool. For more on this story, click here.


TUESDAY

We brought Stags Player subscribers exclusive footage of ‘An Evening With Lee Stevenson’, which took place in the Sandy Pate Sports, the previous night. To watch the event in full, click here.

Our players also spread some festive cheer when they visited Kings Mill Hospital to donate presents to young children. To see more on this story, click here.


WEDNESDAY

We announced an incredible special offer for supporters who wish to purchase Stags Player. For more information, click here.


THURSDAY

Manager Paul Cox talked about a variety of matters in his pre-match interview ahead of our trip to AFC Wimbledon. To read more on this story, click here.

Our Commercial Team were also delighted to announce a new signing, who will be proudly on show at all our remaining home matches this term. To find out more, click here.

Meanwhile, our young guns beat Blidworth Welfare thanks to Dan Fletcher’s spot-kick. The win has almost secured the H-K-L North Midlands League championship. To read the match report, click here.


FRIDAY

Tickets for our FA Cup with Budweiser Second Round replay against Oldham Athletic went on general sale to all supporters. To find out more, click here.


SATURDAY

Our team brought an end to their six-match losing streak with a well-deserved point at AFC Wimbledon. We were only denied maximum points due to the heroics of Dons keeper Ross Worner. To read the match report, click here.

Manager Paul Cox was encouraged by the performance of our team, but frustrated that we couldn’t take all three points. To read more on this story, click here.

Goalkeeper Alan Marriott was also full of praise for his opposite number, Ross Worner. To read what our first-choice custodian had to say, click here.


SUNDAY

Defender Martin Riley stated that he was happy with the way we defended in Saturday’s goalless draw at AFC Wimbledon. For more on this story, click here.


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