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3 February 2014

A look at some Northampton Town stories in today's media

These stories have been reproduced from today's media. They do not necessarily represent the position of Northampton Town Football Club.

Frustration and anger for Howarth
Cheltenham assistant boss Neil Howarth admitted his side were left frustrated as they threw away a lead to draw 1-1 with Northampton.
Newly-appointed Cobblers boss Chris Wilder saw his side fall behind to a Jamie Cureton tap-in following an error from goalkeeper Matt Duke with less than a minute on the clock.
But Matty Blair's 75th-minute equaliser ensured Wilder had something to smile about.
However, Robins assistant Howarth said: "There was frustration and anger, this has happened too many times and it is another mistake that has cost us picking up a much-deserved victory.
Source:Sky Sports

Emile Sinclair the third deadline day exit from Crawley Town
Emile Sinclair has become the third player to leave Crawley Town today when he joined Northampton Town just before the 11pm transfer deadline.
The striker has joined initially on loan with a view to making it a permanent, two-year deal for an undisclosed fee.
The 26-year-old has scored four goals in 12 appearances this season for Crawley, but has never fully established himself as a first-team regular and joins a Cobblers side sitting rock bottom of League Two.

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