1992–93 Notts County F.C. season

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Notts County
1992–93 season
Chairman Derek Pavis
Manager Neil Warnock (until 14 January)
Mick Walker (from 14 January)
Stadium Meadow Lane
First Division 17th
FA Cup Third round
League Cup Third round
Top goalscorer League: Draper (11)
All: Draper (12)
Average home league attendance 8,151

During the 1992–93 English football season, Notts County F.C. competed in the Football League First Division.

Season summary[edit]

In the 1992–93 season, Notts County's push for a return to the top flight after relegation the previous season started disappointingly and on 14 January, Warnock was sacked after four years at the club and was replaced by Mick Walker who guided the club to safety to prevent back to back relegations and hope for promotion push next time round.[1]

Final league table[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L F A W D L F A F A GD Pts
1 Newcastle United 46 16 6 1 58 15 13 3 7 34 23 92 38 +54 96
2 West Ham United 46 16 5 2 50 17 10 5 8 31 24 81 41 +40 88
3 Portsmouth 46 19 2 2 48 9 7 8 8 32 37 80 46 +34 88
4 Tranmere Rovers 46 15 4 4 48 24 8 6 9 24 32 72 56 +16 79
5 Swindon Town 46 15 5 3 41 23 6 8 9 33 36 74 59 +15 76
6 Leicester City 46 14 5 4 43 24 8 5 10 28 40 71 64 +7 76
7 Millwall 46 14 6 3 46 21 4 10 9 19 32 65 53 +12 70
8 Derby County 46 11 2 10 40 33 8 7 8 28 24 68 57 +11 66
9 Grimsby Town 46 12 6 5 33 25 7 1 15 25 32 58 57 +1 64
10 Peterborough United 46 7 11 5 30 26 9 3 11 25 37 55 63 – 8 62
11 Wolverhampton Wanderers 46 11 6 6 37 26 5 7 11 20 30 57 56 +1 61
12 Charlton Athletic 46 10 8 5 28 19 6 5 12 21 27 49 46 +3 61
13 Barnsley 46 12 4 7 29 19 5 5 13 27 41 56 60 – 4 60
14 Oxford United 46 8 7 8 29 21 6 7 10 24 35 53 56 – 3 56
15 Bristol City 46 10 7 6 29 25 4 7 12 20 42 49 67 – 18 56
16 Watford 46 8 7 8 27 30 6 6 11 30 41 57 71 – 14 55
17 Notts County 46 10 7 6 33 21 2 9 12 22 49 55 70 – 15 52
18 Southend United 46 9 8 6 33 22 4 5 14 21 42 54 64 – 10 52
19 Birmingham City 46 10 4 9 30 32 3 8 12 20 40 50 72 – 22 51
20 Luton Town 46 6 13 4 26 26 4 8 11 22 36 48 62 – 14 51
21 Sunderland 46 9 6 8 34 28 4 5 14 16 36 50 64 – 14 50
22 Brentford 46 7 6 10 28 30 6 4 13 24 41 52 71 – 19 49
23 Cambridge United 46 8 6 9 29 32 3 10 10 19 37 48 69 – 21 49
24 Bristol Rovers 46 6 6 11 30 42 4 5 14 25 45 55 87 – 32 41
  • Pld = Matches ; W = Matches won; D = Matches drawn; L = Matches lost; F = Goals for; A = Goals against; GD = Goal difference; Pts = Points

NB In the Football League goals scored (F) takes precedence over goal difference

Key
Football League Champions, promoted to FA Premier League
Promoted to FA Premier League
Participated in play-offs
Promoted to Premier League through play-offs
Relegated

Results[edit]

Notts County's score comes first[2]

Legend[edit]

Win Draw Loss

Football League First Division[edit]

Date Opponent Venue Result Attendance Scorers
16 August 1992 Birmingham City A 0–1 10,614
22 August 1992 Leicester City H 1–1 10,501 D Smith (pen)
25 August 1992 Watford H 1–2 6,276 Slawson
29 August 1992 Peterborough United A 3–1 6,720 D Smith, Wilson, Williams
5 September 1992 Barnsley H 1–3 6,205 C Short
12 September 1992 Watford A 3–1 7,077 Draper, Lund, Slawson
19 September 1992 Millwall A 0–6 6,689
26 September 1992 Luton Town H 0–0 5,992
29 September 1992 Tranmere Rovers A 1–3 5,410 Murphy
3 October 1992 Bristol Rovers A 3–3 5,015 Bartlett, D Smith, O'Riordan
10 October 1992 Grimsby Town H 1–0 6,442 Lund
17 October 1992 Swindon Town A 1–5 7,912 Thomas
24 October 1992 Oxford United H 1–1 5,228 P Turner
31 October 1992 Sunderland A 2–2 15,501 C Short, Slawson
3 November 1992 Derby County H 0–2 14,268
7 November 1992 West Ham United A 0–2 12,345
14 November 1992 Wolverhampton Wanderers H 2–2 8,494 Bartlett (2)
21 November 1992 Southend United A 1–3 2,651 Bartlett
28 November 1992 Bristol City A 0–1 9,086
5 December 1992 Newcastle United H 0–2 14,841
12 December 1992 Cambridge United H 1–0 5,037 R Turner
19 December 1992 Portsmouth A 0–0 8,943
28 December 1992 Brentford H 1–1 6,892 Agana
9 January 1993 Millwall H 1–2 6,148 Thomas
16 January 1993 Luton Town A 0–0 6,729
23 January 1993 Leicester City A 1–1 15,716 Draper
26 January 1993 Tranmere Rovers H 5–1 5,642 Matthews, D Smith (2, 1 pen), Agana, Draper
30 January 1993 Charlton Athletic A 1–2 8,337 Draper
6 February 1993 Birmingham City H 3–1 8,550 D Smith (pen), Matthews, Bartlett
21 February 1993 Peterborough United H 1–0 7,468 D Smith (pen)
27 February 1993 Grimsby Town A 3–3 5,871 Devlin, Draper, Lund
6 March 1993 Bristol Rovers H 3–0 6,455 Draper (2), Devlin
9 March 1993 Wolverhampton Wanderers A 0–3 11,482
13 March 1993 West Ham United H 1–0 10,272 R Walker
16 March 1993 Barnsley A 0–0 6,372
20 March 1993 Newcastle United A 0–4 29,871
23 March 1993 Southend United H 4–0 6,109 Lund, Cox, Draper (2)
3 April 1993 Bristol City H 0–0 6,634
6 April 1993 Cambridge United A 0–3 4,583
10 April 1993 Charlton Athletic H 2–0 6,202 Thomas, Draper
12 April 1993 Brentford A 2–2 8,045 Devlin, R Walker
17 April 1993 Portsmouth H 0–1 11,014
24 April 1993 Swindon Town H 1–1 8,382 Reeves
1 May 1993 Oxford United A 1–1 6,171 R Walker
5 May 1993 Derby County A 0–2 13,326
8 May 1993 Sunderland H 3–1 14,417 Reeves, D Smith, Draper

FA Cup[edit]

Main article: 1992-93 FA Cup
Round Date Opponent Venue Result Attendance Goalscorers
R3 12 January 1993 Sunderland H 0–2 8,522

League Cup[edit]

Round Date Opponent Venue Result Attendance Goalscorers
R2 First Leg 22 September 1992 Wolverhampton Wanderers H 3–2 4,197 Lund (2), Robinson
R2 Second Leg 7 October 1992 Wolverhampton Wanderers A 1–0 11,146 O'Riordan
R3 27 October 1992 Cambridge United H 2–3 3,742 Draper, Agana

Anglo-Italian Cup[edit]

Round Date Opponent Venue Result Attendance Goalscorers
PR Group 1 2 September 1992 Derby County A 2–4 6,767 C Short, O'Riordan
PR Group 1 15 September 1992 Barnsley H 1–1 2,115 Palmer

Squad[edit]

[3] Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
- England GK Steve Cherry
- England DF Charlie Palmer
- Jamaica DF Michael Johnson
- England DF Chris Short
- England DF Paul Cox
- England MF Mark Draper
- England MF Dean Thomas
- Scotland MF Paul Devlin
- England FW Dave Smith
- England FW Gary Lund
- Northern Ireland FW Kevin Wilson
- England FW Tony Agana
- England MF Andy Williams
- England MF Phil Turner
- Republic of Ireland MF Don O'Riordan
- England DF Richard Walker
- England FW Kevin Bartlett
No. Position Player
- Netherlands DF Meindert Dijkstra
- England FW Steve Slawson
- England FW Dave Reeves
- England FW Robbie Turner
- England FW Rob Matthews
- England DF Mark Smith
- England DF Craig Short
- England GK Bob Catlin
- England DF Richard Dryden
- Australia DF Shaun Murphy
- England DF David Robinson
- England MF Paul Harding
- England GK Jimmy Walker
- England MF Michael Simpson
- England DF Dean Yates
- England DF Mark Wells

References[edit]