Cardoza, Boothroyd, Emerton, Reid, Blyth and more in Saturday's issue
"I know the league table doesn't look too clever at the moment but we can all be very excited about the future," writes Chairman David Cardoza in Saturday's programme.
"Receiving the go ahead (for the redevelopment) on Tuesday was fantastic news. Make no mistake, this is the key that unlocks our future.
"We are all fiercely ambitious. I don't want to be at the bottom of League 2 (or even in League 2, and I mean by getting out of it by being promoted!) and the new facilities will allow us to grow the club, to build the club and to push us forwards. We are very aware of the need to have the team progressing on the field as the club progresses off the field and we will be working hard with Aidy Boothroyd and offering him all the support he needs to make that happen."
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. Jacob Blyth tells us his likes and dislikes in Room 101, we will also profile Accrington, 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 Paul Reid, John Morris chats to Danny Emerton, we have the latest from Clarence and the Supporters Trust 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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