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17 January 2014

A look at some of the 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.

Torquay United's injured Ben Harding 'gutted' to miss Northampton clash
TORQUAY United midfielder Ben Harding (pictured, left) says he would love to help the Gulls beat his old club Northampton Town at Plainmoor on Saturday, but he is finally nearing a return after what he describes as a 'horrific' three months of injury.
"I am gutted that I can't face them, but I'll be cheering our boys all the way and hopefully we'll get the right result," said Harding, 29, who joined United from the Cobblers last summer.
"I played at their place when we beat them (2-1) earlier in the season and that was great, and it would be amazing to do the same this weekend."

Northampton Town manager's job depends on 'situations'
Northampton Town chairman David Cardoza has said he will appoint a new manager when "one or two situations unfold". Andy King, 57, has been in caretaker charge since Aidy Boothroyd was sacked a few weeks ago.

Cardoza: Plenty going on
Northampton chairman David Cardoza insists there is a lot of work going on behind the scenes as the wait for a new manager continues. Caretaker boss Andy King is set to take charge of the Cobblers for a fifth time on Saturday for the crunch clash against fellow League Two strugglers Torquay.
Source:Sky Sports

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