Crunch talks for County stars

Notts County manager Keith Curle will meet with his players on Wednesday to discuss their futures at Meadow Lane.

Last Updated: 07/05/12 at 12:50

Curle: To meet with squad

Curle: To meet with squad

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After missing out on the final play-off place to Stevenage due to inferior goal difference, Curle is not prepared to waste any time reshaping his squad for what he hopes will be a successful promotion challenge in League One next season.

"I have decided in my own mind the players I want and don't want to keep and those that will be made available. I will sit down with them all on Wednesday and we will have conversations about their futures," said Curle, who succeeded Martin Allen in February.

"We have got to be proud of how far we have come in a very short period of time but my job now is to improve the squad.

"There is a fantastic team ethic and spirit that gives us something to build on. There is also a lot of quality in the dressing room too and we will add to that.

"The foundations are in place for this football club to go forward."

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