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11 March 2013

Cobblers boss on Globe Arena trip

Cobblers boss Aidy Boothroyd previews Tuesday’s trip to Morecambe, as he returns to the venue of his first victory as Northampton Town manager.

“We’ve got to be at it, make sure that we prepare properly and be ready for every single game,” he said.

“It’s nice to be fighting for automatic promotion, nothing is set in stone and it’s what happens at the end of April that counts.

“We’re going to give it our all and we’re going to make sure that we make it a memorable season.

“We’ve got to enjoy what we are doing and I think it will be the teams that keep calmest in the chaos that are going to be successful.

“If you look at our results and performances away from home some have been really good and some have been absolutely shocking.

“I’ve got a different sort of plan for this game, if you keep doing the same thing over and over again expecting it to work then it’s bordering on madness.

“We’ve got to do something different because these games could make all the difference now to where we finish in the table at the end of the season.

“Morecambe will be hurting after the weekend and we are going to have to be at our absolute best defensively on Tuesday night and we are going to have to give them something different offensively.

“I was really irritated after the Exeter game, we always prepare properly but we’ve got to do something different on the pitch at Morecambe.

“The players responded really well on Saturday and we need to take that forward.

“I’m working very hard to make sure that we are not influenced by the pressure, I have been in this position before and I think that helps me.

“You don’t take anything for granted, the most important game is the next game and what we’ve got to do is focus very hard on us and what we do.”

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