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16 January 2014

A look at some of the Northampton Town stories in the media

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

King looking for a striker
Northampton Town caretaker boss Andy King says that signing a powerful striker is his aim this week.
King told BBC Radio Northampton: "I'm looking for a certain type, but I won't bring one in for the sake of it or the same as what I've got."
King has overseen two defeats, a draw and a win during his four matches in charge since Aidy Boothroyd's sacking, with the Cobblers now four points adrift of safety.

O'Donovan set for comeback
Roy O'Donovan is set to return to the Northampton squad this weekend, although boss Andy King has concerns over the striker's fitness.
O'Donovan has been in Dubai for the past week, undergoing a medical ahead of a proposed transfer to Singapore-based club Brunei DPMM FC, but the player confirmed he has pulled out of the move.

Gulls offering chance to Stevens
TORQUAY United manager Chris Hargreaves has confirmed that he is giving his former Plainmoor teammate Danny Stevens a chance to resurrect his career.
The new Gulls boss reported that Stevens, 27, is training with the United squad, but stresses: “There is no agreement or guarantees at the moment – I want to see what level Danny is at.
“He’s a fit lad and always has been, and he’s a talented player.

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