'Proud' Brady pledges to give 'everything' to make Cobblers successful

'I will give this job my total commitment and will do everything I can to be successful.'

Saturday, 8th May 2021, 4:32 pm
Jon Brady celebrates his first win as caretaker manager against Plymouth.

A 'proud' Jon Brady has vowed to do 'everything' he can to bring success back to the Cobblers following his appointment as permanent manager.

The 46-year-old has penned a two-year contract following his stint as caretaker manager during the second half of the current season.

"I am proud and delighted to be appointed the manager of Northampton Town," said Brady. "I will give this job my total commitment and will do everything I can to be successful.

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"I have often spoken about how I see Northampton as my adopted home town and being part of the community, I know how much the club means to the community and the town.

"I understand and feel the responsibility that comes with managing this football club and we will leave no stone unturned in our bid to get better and better and enjoy success.

"I have spoken a lot with the chairman and James Whiting over the last few months about the changes in structure at the club and I am very pleased with the changes we have put in place.

"The last couple of months have given us a chance to assess the squad and that is important, we have a big summer ahead and we can't wait to get going."