Cobblers boss Keith Curle is prepared to make some tough decisions when he picks his starting team to face Grimsby Town this weekend with several players back in the frame for selection following injury and suspension.
Cobblers striker Andy Williams admits it has been ‘frustrating’ to be in and out of the side with such regularity over the last few weeks, but he accepts Keith Curle’s rotation policy is getting the best out of himself and his team-mates.
Keith Curle has set out how he wants and expects his Cobblers team to perform once they reach their full potential under his management, with a focus on being ‘hungry, aggressive and forward-thinking’.
Cobblers striker Kevin van Veen had only a ‘50-50’ chance of being fit for Saturday’s trip to Exeter City, manager Keith Curle has revealed, after the Dutchman picked up an injury in training last week.
Andy Williams scored in the final minute of normal time as Cobblers demonstrated their never-say-die attitude by dramatically denying Exeter City and snatching a point from Saturday's League Two clash at St James Park.
Boss Keith Curle insists his sole focus remains on dragging the Cobblers further away from the Sky Bet League Two relegation zone – but that he is expecting his team to ‘be very competitive’ for the rest of the season.