Mike Edwards completed his seventh season at Notts County in 2010-11, making him the club's longest-serving player. Mike is a central defender who has produced consistent performances during his time with the Magpies and has been the club captain when John Thompson was missing from the side. He was a near ever-present in the line-up in 2010-11, marshalling his troops well at the back to help ensure County retained their League One status.
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