The Cobbler, Northampton Town's official matchday magazine, returns for Saturday's game priced at just (£3)!
Since arriving, we have found that this is a very good club, with a good foundation and a good infrastructure," writes manager Keith Curle in Saturday's final programme notes of the season.
"That is something we can look to build on and it is a gradual and continuing process. A culture change doesn’t happen in one transfer window, it does take time. We have already made excellent progress in many areas, our win rate has gone up, our loss rate has come down.
"We have scored more goals, we have conceded less, we have moved up the table, we have showed good housekeeping which was the right thing to do for the club, we have loaned young players out to give them the opportunity to gain experience, we have seen academy players make over 50 appearances for the first team this season and seven of them have signed professional contracts. That's not a bad seven months’ work by anyone's standards!"
In Saturday's issue you can read more of the views of Keith Curle, we also hear from Jordan Turnbull and James Whiting, John Morris talks to Northampton Town Community Trust Chairman Warren Irving as he reflects on the last three and a half years of progress, while Charlie Goode tells us his firsts and favourites.
We also have the latest from Clarence.
We also have some images from behind the scenes at recent games while we turn the clock back to reflect on our previous meetings with the Glovers.
All this and more in your match programme, which is available from sellers around the stadium, as well as Carr's Bar and the West Stand concourse kiosks, priced £3.