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20 December 2013

Cardoza, Boothroyd, O'Donovan, Norris and more

"Looking back, 2013 will always be remembered as a year where we got to Wembley, and although the result in the play off final was disappointing, we can take great pride in having got there," writes Chairman David Cardoza in Saturday's programme. 

"The transfer window opens in the next week and a half and I am expecting quite a busy January to be honest, with players both coming in and going out. We certainly need to trim the squad and we need to bring in some quality to the squad as well."

You can read more from David Cardoza as Saturday's Sky Bet League 2 match with Accrington Stanley will see a 64 page programme produced, costing £3.

As well as more from the Chairman, we will have the views of manager Aidy Boothroyd and have all the news from Sixfields. Luke Norris tells us his likes and dislikes in Room 101, we will also profile Wycombe, have the views of BBC Radio Northampton's Jon Wilkinson, the Chron's Jefferson Lake, the BBC's Dan Roan and blogger Tom Reed, we speak to Roy O'Donovan, John Morris chats to Pete Norton who is covering his 1,500th game on Saturday, we have the latest from Clarence as well as all the usual stats and pictures from the recent games.

Get your copy on Saturday, on sale in and around Sixfields. If you purchased a programme bolt on with your season ticket, you need to collect your programme from club shop, not from a programme seller.

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