1. Neal Ardley took the Dons from non-league all the way up to League One, and will be hoping to steer the Magpies comfortably away from the relegation zone this season.
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3. Neal Ardley recently left AFC Wimbledon, where he spent more than six years in charge.
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4. Neal Ardley expected to be named new Notts County boss before Morecambe game.
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6. Neal Ardley is expected to be confirmed as the new manager of Notts County before the weekend, according to Sky sources.
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9. Neal Ardley is the third manager at Meadow Lane this campaign after Kevin Nolan began the season at the helm, before Kewell spent 10 weeks in charge.
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12. Neal Ardley has had spells at Watford, Cardiff City and Millwall, before calling time on his playing career in 2007.
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13. Neal Ardley is currently abroad with his family, but he will be back in the UK next week after cutting his holiday short.
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15. Neal Ardley says Notts County one of a small number of clubs who could tempt back into management so quickly.
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16. On his arrival, Neal Ardley said "that the chance to manage Notts County is one I couldn't let pass.
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25. Neal Ardley joined Cardiff City in March 2005, a day before the sacking of Watford manager Ray Lewington.
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