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Plum tie is a big incentive for Cobblers as Page eyes United rematch

Cobblers boss Rob Page admits the possibility of facing one of England’s big boys in the FA Cup third round serves as an added incentive for his side when they go into Sunday’s second-round clash.

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OFF TO A FLYER: Paul Anderson is congratulated after his screamer gave Cobblers the perfect start against Harrow in the first round. Pictures: Kirsty Edmonds

James Heneghan’s Stourbridge v Northampton Town preview

Fixture: Stourbridge v Northampton Town, FA Cup second round

Hackett backs his in-form Stourbridge boys to upset Cobblers

Hackett backs his in-form Stourbridge boys to upset Cobblers

Stourbridge manager Gary Hackett believes his side are capable of causing another FA Cup upset this weekend when Northampton head to the West Midlands.

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NO COMPLACENCY: Page must ensure his side prepare properly for the visit to Stourbridge

Cobblers to be on their guard as Page warns of Stourbridge threat

Cobblers boss Rob Page will ensure his side are on their guard this weekend after warning of the dangers posed by non-league Stourbridge ahead of Sunday’s FA Cup clash.

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CHRON COMMENT: Report may tell us how the Sixfields loan went wrong...but now we need more

When Cobblers supporters started watching their club descend into chaos 18 months ago, everyone wanted answers. But now it’s more than that: everyone wants action.

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O'Toole was booked for dissent against Bolton - his 10th yellow of the season

Page to address disicpline problems after O’Toole picks up another suspension

Rob Page has promised to address his side’s continued ill-discipline after John-Joe O’Toole picked up his 10th yellow card of the season last weekend, keeping him out of Northampton’s next two matches.

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Brendan Moloney

Cobblers defender Moloney likely to miss Stourbridge date

Brendan Moloney is likely to miss Sunday’s FA Cup trip to Stourbridge with an ongoing knee problem.

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Boss Page seeks solution to goal drought after Cobblers are shut out again

Cobblers boss Rob Page is confident the goals will start to flow again despite it now being over 330 minutes since his side last found the net.

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Paul Anderson felt his side deserved more against Bolton. Picture by Sharon Lucey

Performances encourage Cobblers winger Anderson despite frustrating run of results

Winger Paul Anderson is convinced Northampton’s recent performances have given sufficient encouragement to believe that better results will soon start to follow after their barren run continued against Bolton Wanderers on Saturday.

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BAD TIMES: Rob Page's side have lost four straight league games, all by the odd goal. Pictures: Sharon Lucey

Determined Page certain fortunes will turn for free-falling Cobblers

Rob Page remains adamant that his side will start to head back up the Sky Bet League One table as long as they maintain their current performance levels.

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NOT TO BE: John-Joe O'Toole's disallowed goal summed up a frustrating day for Northampton. Pictures: Sharon Lucey

Northampton Town 0 Bolton Wanderers 1 – match review, player ratings and highlights

Northampton’s worryingly steep descent down the League One table took another turn for the worse on Saturday, but one thing is for certain: if they can reproduce this type of performance on a weekly basis, the only way is up.

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Phil Parkinson. Picture: Sharon Lucey

Sixfields victory was Bolton’s ‘hardest of the season’, says boss Parkinson

Bolton Wanderers manager Phil Parkinson described his side’s 1-0 win over Northampton on Saturday as their ‘hardest three points’ of the season.

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NO REWARD - Cobblers boss Rob Page saw his team play well against Bolton, but still lose 1-0 (Picture: Sharon Lucey)

Boss Page laments ‘stupid mistakes’ but praises Cobblers performance

Rob Page has urged his side to cut out the ‘stupid mistakes’ that have plagued their season if they are to reverse their current poor form which continued on Saturday with a 1-0 home defeat to Bolton Wanderers.

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NO WAY THROUGH - Bolton goalkeeper Ben Alnwick claims the ball under pressure from Cobblers striker Alex Revell (Pictures: Sharon Lucey)

Battling Cobblers are undone by class of Clough as Bolton nick the points

Bolton Wanderers inflicted a fourth straight league defeat on the Cobblers who produced a battling, gritty performance at Sixfields on Saturday but were ultimately beaten by Zach Clough’s well-taken first-half goal that decided an entertaining contest.

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Cobblers boss Rob Page

Boss Page insists Cobblers can be a match for promotion-chasing Bolton

Boss Rob Page believes the Cobblers have already proved they can be a match for the best that Sky Bet League One has to offer - and says they are going to have to do it again at Sixfields on Saturday (ko 3pm).

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Matty Taylor played over 100 times for Bolton between 2008 and 2011

James Heneghan’s Northampton Town v Bolton Wanderers preview

Fixture: Northampton Town v Bolton Wanderers, Sky Bet League One

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Dave Buchanan

Defender Buchanan confident Town tide will turn

For a club that has grown accustomed to winning over the past 12 months, these are unsettling times at the Cobblers, but David Buchanan is of the belief that, with time, their fortunes will take a turn for the better.

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SPECIAL REPORT: Q&A with Cobblers chairman Kelvin Thomas a year on after buying Northampton Town

This Saturday marks one year since Kelvin Thomas bought Northampton and what a year it’s been.

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LET'S STICK TOGETHER - Rob Page wants a big crowd to back the Cobblers against Bolton Wanderers on Saturday

Page says it’s vital ‘everybody sticks together’ as Cobblers try to turn form around

Boss Rob Page has urged the Cobblers supporters to get themselves down to Sixfields and get right behind the team as Town try to end their mini losing streak against Bolton Wanderers on Saturday.

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BREAKING NEWS: Council apologises ‘unreservedly’ for granting £10.25m loan to Northampton Town after damning report

BREAKING NEWS: Council apologises ‘unreservedly’ for granting £10.25m loan to Northampton Town after damning report

Northampton Borough Council has apologised “unreservedly” for the failings identified in a report by its internal auditor Price Waterhouse Cooper (PwC), published for the first time today.

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