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20 November 2012

Cobblers boss hoping charity appeal sees big crowd at Sixfields

Cobblers boss Aidy Boothroyd is hoping for a big turn out from the Cobblers fans for Tuesday's Sixfields clash against Morecambe. Tickets for the game are half price if purchased before 5pm on Tuesday.

“First and foremost its half price tickets because its our prostate cancer charity game so we are trying to get a big crowd in,” he said.

“40% of the money raised from the Movember tickets is going to the Movember prostate cancer charity and that is important.

“We have got to build on our last few results but Morecambe will be difficult opposition.

“They are a team who on their day can beat anybody on their day and they will push us all the way.

“This season has been a bit of an epic already and we are only in November. A lot of things have happened but I think what’s different this year is that we’ve got a lot more belief about us.

“Overall on Saturday I was probably more pleased with the result than I was with our own performance. We are always striving for that perfect performance and that perfect result but in the end we got the three points and that is the most important thing.

“Wycombe had a lot of chances, some which they worked themselves and some that we gave them and that is what we have got to eradicate.

“In patches we played really well but I want us to be consistent.

“Whenever you have got a lot of goals in your team you are going to be open but the fact we can score goals is a massive plus.

“I know we can keep clean sheets because we’ve done it before and it’s just about finding that balance and putting it all together.”

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