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6 February 2014

David Cardoza talks to Cobblers Player ahead of a crucial 19 games

Chairman David Cardoza has spoken of the importance of a unified club on and off the pitch as the Cobblers face the final 19 games of the season. 

"The role of the fans will be huge," he said in a four and a half minute Cobblers Player interview, now being shown.

"It is time for everyone to get behind the team. We can hold the inquests at the end of the season. Chris and the players really need the fans now, we need to sick together and go for it.

"Hopefully the fans have seen we as a club and a Board have spent a huge amount of money recently on Chris Wilder's compensation, Aidy Boothroyd's compensation, all the new players, paying up other players etc, doing everything we can to correct the position we are in. I am sure the fans are onside, they have been great so far, having to put up with a lot and we are sorry about that, but we need them even more now."

In the interview the Chairman also talks about the recent playing arrivals including Emile Sinclair, offers an update on the redevelopment works and more.

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