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15 January 2014

A look at some 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.

Trip to Torquay this weekend is crucial for Cobblers
It is a ‘six-pointer’ by any standards, and even Northampton Town’s caretaker manager Andy King has admitted that Saturday’s League Two relegation set-to against Torquay United at Plainmoor is absolutely vital.
The Cobblers will arrive on the English Riviera four points adrift of the Gulls at the bottom of the table, and King said: “It’s a very significant game – every game is at the moment, but this one especially so, make no mistake about that.”
The former Mansfield Town and Swindon Town boss added: “A big gap would open with the wrong result, not just between the other teams, but between ourselves and Torquay.”

Stevens could return to Torquay ahead of Saturday
FORMER Torquay United winger Danny Stevens is believed to have a chance of resurrecting his pro career back at Plainmoor. Stevens, 27, has been without a club since he was released by United at the end of last season.

Jacobs pleased with Wolves move
The 22-year-old former Northampton Town and Derby winger signed a two-and-a-half year deal for a fee rising to £200,000 – a bargain price for a player whose football has been one of the highlights of the campaign so far for supporters. And the former Derby winger arrives believing a new era is upon Wolves that he does not wish to miss. They were good times at Derby and I will miss a lot of the people there but I think it is the right time in my career to take on a new challenge at Wolves,” he said,

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