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TUESDAY'S MEDIA TALK

14 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.

BLAIR HOPES TO REPAY KING
Northampton winger Matty Blair says he hopes to "repay" caretaker boss Andy King for bringing him to Sixfields.
The 23-year-old made his debut on loan from Fleetwood in the 2-0 defeat by York City, a result King has admitted will not help his chances of getting the full-time job.
Blair told BBC Radio Northampton: "They have brought me in because they think I'm good enough to help them out.
"I've got to repay them with that. Hopefully I can help him out."
Source:BBC

MAN HELD IN BETTING PROBE AT SIXFIELDS
A MAN was held on suspicion of feeding information from Sunday’s Coventry City game at Sixfields to overseas betting syndicates. The Crawley Town policing team revealed on twitter that they were working with the FA’s Fraud Unit at Coventry City’s 2-2 draw. It is understood the investigation was looking at match details being sent to beat time delays on TV coverage overseas for spread betting purposes.

PLATT DEPARTS COBBLERS
Northampton have confirmed that they have parted company with veteran forward Clive Platt. The former Rochdale marksman made 12 appearances in all competitions for the Cobblers this campaign.
Source:Sky Sports

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