NOTTS COUNTY is clearly not a club to learn by the mistakes of its neighbours Forest, who sold an outstanding defender, Des Walker, and haven't stopped conceding goals since. County sold Craig Short to Derby last week and, you guessed it, let in six yesterday. Millwall were the happy recipients, Malcolm Allen and Phil Barber bagging two apiece. Wolves needed an 87th minute equaliser by Steve Bull, his second of the game, to force a point from Watford at Molineux and stay unbeaten.
FAMILIAR RING to Luton Town supporters' campaign demanding the resignation of managing director David Kohler. They held one last season while the club was being relegated and the complaints are much the same now. The club have made pounds 5 million profit on transfers since Kohler became involved, have been relegated, sacked a manager and lost a major sponsor as well as their best players. Supporters were urged to demonstrate after the Birmingham match which ended 1-1.
OSSIE ARDILES's Division Two leaders West Brom were beaten
4-3 at Stoke, now managed by his predecessor at Swindon, Lou Macari. Leyton Orient, who were second, lost at Exeter but there was no travel sickness for Stockport,
3-0 winners at Chester, and Swansea, who won 2-1 at Huddersfield and both leapfrog the O's. In the Third, York won. Again.
RANGERS went top in Scotland when they beat Hearts, who'd been level. Goals by Stuart McCall and Ally McCoist went unanswered. Celtic's defeats against Hibs and Cologne have left them, er, nervous, despite the return of veteran goalkeeper Pat Bonner. At bottom club Falkirk, Celtic's centre-back Tony Mowbray was sent off on 27 minutes, Tommy McQueen put Falkirk ahead from the resulting penalty but Darius Wdowczyk levelled, also with a penalty, a minute later. Henceforth, Serie A madness reigned. By 69 minutes, Falkirk were, amazingly, 4-2 ahead. Six minutes later, at 4-3, they had Forbes Johnston sent off and goals by Gerry Creaney, his second, and John Collins saw Celtic scrape home 5-4.Reuse content