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4 February 2014

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

Emile Sinclair to 'prove a point' at strugglers
Northampton Town striker Emile Sinclair says he will use his spell with League Two's bottom side to show people he is good enough to play at a higher level.
The 26-year-old joined on loan from Crawley on Friday in a deal which will be made permanent in the summer.
Sinclair told BBC Radio Northampton: "I want to come here and help Northampton get out of the situation they're in.
"I've got a point to prove to myself and the football world I can play at the higher level."

New boss Chris Wilder hopes he has given fans 'hope and belief' after Cheltenham draw
Chris Wilder believes his first game as manager will have given Cobblers fans some ‘hope and belief’ that they can avoid the drop from League Two – as they put in a positive performance in the 1-1 draw away at Cheltenham Town.
A Matty Blair strike 15 minutes from time secured the point in what has been an extremely busy week for the new Northampton manager.

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