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1  The Hotel End / Cobblers Corner / Re: Hull City U23's (Spain) - 19th July on: Yesterday at 09:26:35
DA said Dean Bowditch is his kind of footballer and is pleased to have him fit again. Looks like Bowditch has a future here after all.
Can he play in goal ?
2  The Hotel End / Travel/NTFC Supporters Ltd. / Re: NTFCSL latest Club 250 winners (Updated for January 2018) on: July 18, 2018, 17:02:40 pm
Latest lot of winners are
 Feb 2018 - £100 V.S.Richardson, £40 - Bill Craven
 Mar 2018 - £100 Deborah Marshall, £40 - Rob Arnold
 April 2018 - £100 A.Harris, £40 - Viv Lackey
 May 2018 - £100 Chris Parker, £40 - Russell Bott
 June 2018 - £100 Kate Newberry, £40 - Steve Riches

     Stand by for a big announcement about Club 250!
3  The Hotel End / Cobblers Corner / Open Forum with Dean Austin - Wednesday 1st August 2018 on: July 17, 2018, 17:17:58 pm
NTFC Supporters Trust are pleased to announce that we will be holding an Open Forum with Cobblers manager Dean Austin.  This will take place in the 1897 Suite at Sixfields at 7.30pm on Wednesday 1st August, entrance is free of charge and open to everyone.
    Supporters will have a chance to ask ALL the questions that have been posted on here to Dean in person !
4  The Hotel End / Cobblers Corner / Re: Checkatrade Trophy Draw 2018/19 on: July 17, 2018, 16:53:33 pm
I'll be boycotting the heck out of this again.
I don't think there will be too many matches to boycott.
5  The Hotel End / Cobblers Corner / Re: Deafening silence on: July 15, 2018, 23:04:51 pm
Whats your oppinion on the cardozas and the gross bushey mob getting off scot free with our £10.25m, wasn't that slightly irritating or was that before your time?

Have they ? can you let the Serious Crime Squad know as I thought they are still working on the case.
6  The Hotel End / Cobblers Corner / Re: World Cup 2018 Prediction Quiz (Updated 29th June) on: July 15, 2018, 23:02:03 pm
The winners of the World Cup Prediction Quiz with 64 points are John Caddick of Hadleigh Suffolk & Stuart Taylor of West Hunsbury. They both win £60. The rest of the scores are as follows.
59 points – Clive Stock, Thomas Barge & Jonathan Smith
58 points – Leah Goacher
57 points – Tony Goacher
55 points – Paul Munns, Keith Wright, Young Kirky, Paul Matthews & Scouse Mark
54 points – Tom Abbott
53 points – Tim Hankins & Ben Sturdy
52 points – Shaun Scally
51 points – Jacob Ward, Tessa Newble, Ian Lightfoot, James Averill & Offshore John.
50 points – Jack Scally, Gareth Ellis, Lee Warman, Jonny Meek, Luke Odell, Brian Irving, Paul Eason, Terry Milligan & Andre Zang
48 points – Richard Paintin
47 points -  Stuart Taylor & Cosmin Playa Blanca
46 points – Tom Moran, Peter Salter, Joe Baker, Lesley Baker, Debbie Goacher, Alex Raspin, West Ham John & Shane Webster.
45 points – Leon Cattermole, Russ Donnelly, Ian Butcher, Andy Welch & Phil Luscombe.
44 points – James Munns, Alan Munns & Chilli M
43 points – Ross Edmondson
42 points – Bob Payne, Jim Caddick, Anthony Sturgess, Kevin Simons & Danny Cole.
41 points – Paul Dexter, Daniel Morgan, Chris Clayson, Trevor Bird, George Caddick, Chris Hankins, Shaun Dunn, Phil Purcell, Neil Gould, Dave Conway, Joe Davies & Steve McGuiness.
40 points – Ryan Burnham.
39 points – David Holman, Kev Odell & Melvyn Johnson.
38 points – Sean Maher & James Loe
37 points – Sam Garner, Dave Shurville, Geoff Cleaver, Alfie Bird, Ann Raspin, Kevin Moran & Phil Davies.
36 points – Zack Ward & Lynn Bubbles
34 points – Matt Harding
33 points – Carl Rattley & R.Baxter
32 points – Jason Barge, Andy Roberts & Graham Raspin
29 points – Harrison Ward
28 points – Roger Averill, Helen Hickman, Kev O’Reilly & Jon Edwards
27 points – Peter Munns & John Kirk
24 points – Graham Richards, Daniel Ellis & Graham Odell
23 points - Lydia Meek & Mark Williams
22 points – Stephen Drew
21 points - Mary Caddick
7  The Hotel End / Cobblers Corner / Re: Redevelopment Closer Than Ever? on: July 13, 2018, 19:21:44 pm
The problem with that is you must prove intent and forethought to obtain a conviction. Paying monies with no apparent reason is covered by "consultation fees".
To a company called "County Cemetery Services" when you are building a football stand ?  Maybe that's where they've buried the money  Smiley
8  The Hotel End / Other Football & Sport / Re: It's coming home on: July 13, 2018, 13:24:26 pm
England only really had 1 great chance, which fell to Kane in the 1st half. What about Lingards chance that he put wide?They had 3-4 half-chances over the course of the 90, but then Croatia had a number of very good chances The one they hit the post with and ?and multiple half chances as well. England 2 shots on target to Croatia's 7. Personally I think it's a bit of a stretch to suggest England deserved to win, only testing the keeper once more after the goal in almost 120 minutes of football.

Any examples of the Colombia 'brutality'? If you're thinking of the penalty, on close inspection the ref got it wrong, and the foul should have actually gone against Kane who was all over SanchezI suggest that most people watching it, the VAR people and the ref think YOU have got it wrong. The 'headbutt' on Henderson was provoked by both Henderson and Lingard. Henderson was leaning heavily on the defender who tried to shrug him off. That he caught the underside of Henderson's chin with the top of his head was, IMO, accidental.The Columbian went back with his head and when he realised he was too low he went up for Hendersons chin, accidental my ar*e

I agree with the view that England were fortunate to beat Colombia. England again only 2 shots on target, one of which was the penalty, which on close inspection can be shown to be an erroneous decision. Colombia were missing their best player, who is possibly one of the top 5 creative midfielders in the world. Colombia also were the better team in the 2nd half and were pretty dominant towards the end of the 90, and also for much of ET as well.
9  The Hotel End / Other Football & Sport / Re: It's coming home on: July 12, 2018, 12:10:45 pm
I'm quite surprised that no one has mentioned the high boot for Croatia's first goal, normally in Europe above knee height is deemed to be dangerous play.
10  The Hotel End / Travel/NTFC Supporters Ltd. / How to book seats on Cobblers Trust Travel on: July 09, 2018, 10:21:04 am
To Book your seats on Trust Cobblers Travel this season
 Please ring 07840 355864 between 9.00am - 9.00 pm or texts accepted 24/7.
 Bookings can also be made in person with the Trust Travel rep in Carrs Bar between 13.30 - 14.30 and 17.00 - 17.30 on match days
We will again be using Country Lion coaches, we lead where others follow  Smiley  .
This season the first pick up is in Blackthorn at the junction of Cheerylodge Drive and Chesham Rise where street parking is available. We can also pick up at any place on our usual route from Weston Favell to Sixfields.
11  The Hotel End / Travel/NTFC Supporters Ltd. / Carlisle United - Saturday 11th August 2018 on: July 08, 2018, 16:34:29 pm
The details for the match at Brunton Park are as follows
07.25 - Blackthorn
07.30 - Weston Favell Centre
07.35 - The Trumpet
07.40 - County Tavern
07.45 - White Elephant
07.50 - Co ck Hotel
07.55 - Kings Heath/Bants Lane
08.00 - Sixfields (Opposite KFC)

The lunchtime stop is in Penrith and the fares are £20 for Adults and £15 for accompanied U16's
 To book seats please phone Jim on 07840 355864 between 09.00 - 21.00, texts accepted 24/7
12  The Hotel End / Travel/NTFC Supporters Ltd. / Wycombe Wanderers (Carabao Cup) - Tuesday 14th August 2018 on: July 08, 2018, 16:30:34 pm
The details for the match at Adams Park are as follows
16.55 - Blackthorn
17.00 - Weston Favell Centre
17.05 - The Trumpet
17.10 - County Tavern
17.15 - White Elephant
17.20 - Co ck Hotel
17.25 - Kings Heath/Bants Lane
17.30 - Sixfields (Opposite KFC)

We will be going straight to the stadium and the fares are £15 for Adults and £10 for accompanied U16's
 To book seats please phone Jim on 07840 355864 between 09.00 - 21.00, texts accepted 24/7
13  The Hotel End / Travel/NTFC Supporters Ltd. / Morecambe - Tuesday 21st August 2018 on: July 08, 2018, 16:19:02 pm
The details for the match at the Globe Arena are as follows
12.25 - Blackthorn
12.30 - Weston Favell Centre
12.35 - The Trumpet
12.40 - County Tavern
12.45 - White Elephant
12.50 - Co ck Hotel
12.55 - Kings Heath/Bants Lane
13.00 - Sixfields (Opposite KFC)

The afternoon stop is on Morecambe sea front and the fares are £20 for Adults and £15 for accompanied U16's
 To book seats please phone Jim on 07840 355864 between 09.00 - 21.00, texts accepted 24/7

14  The Hotel End / Travel/NTFC Supporters Ltd. / Colchester United - Sat 25th August 2018 on: July 08, 2018, 16:11:40 pm
 The details for the match at the Jobserve Stadium are as follow
09.00 - Sixfields (Opposite KFC)
09.05 - Bants Lane
09.10 - Co ck Hotel
09.15 - White Elephant
09.20 - County Tavern
09.25 - The Trumpet
09.30 - Weston Favell Centre
09.35 - Blackthorn
09.45 - Earls Barton
09.55 - Wilby

 The lunchtime stop is in Sudbury, Suffolk and the fares are £15 for Adults and £10 for accompanied U16's
 To book seats please phone Jim on 07840 355864 between 09.00 - 21.00, texts accepted 24/7
15  The Hotel End / Cobblers Corner / Re: World War 1 Battlefields Tour on: June 30, 2018, 14:30:39 pm
NTFC Supporters Trust are pleased to announce that we will be organizing a Tour of the First World War Western Front Battlefields. 1918 marked the final year of the war and Northampton Town suffered grievously losing, in total six players, including Walter Tull, player – manager Fred Lessons and Victoria Cross winner Bernard Vann.
      To mark the death of these Cobblers players, a tour has been organized by Military historian and guide Jon Cooksey and BBC journalist Graham McKechnie, visiting some of the battlefields where these Northampton Town footballers fought and the cemeteries where they lie today.
     Places visited will include Vimy Ridge, Bellenglise, Ramicourt, Bellicourt, Arras War Memorial, Tilloy British Cemetery, Eterpigny, Biefvillers, Pozieres Memorial, The Footballers Memorial at Guillemont, Trones Wood and Dive Copse.
This will take place departing from Sixfields early on Wednesday 10th October and arriving back late evening on Thursday 11th October.
The cost will be £160 per person sharing a twin/double room with a £40 supplement for a single room. This includes all travel on an executive coach with a toilet, Air Con, DVD player and hot drinks facilities. The channel crossing via the Euro Shuttle and one nights Bed & Breakfast in the Ibis Hotel in Arras, Northern France. A £40 per person deposit will be required on booking with the balance payable by the end of September.
    To book and for further details, please email roger.averill1@btinternet.com
16  The Hotel End / Cobblers Corner / Re: World Cup 2018 Prediction Quiz on: June 29, 2018, 17:09:12 pm
After the first round of games we have 5 people, Clive Stock, Thomas Barge, Jonathan Smith, John Caddick and Stuart Taylor in joint first place with 74 points. They are followed by Tess Newble on 71, Tom Abbott on 69, Tim Hankins on 68, an entry from Spain, Cosmin Playa Blanca on 67 and Jacob Ward, Gareth Ellis, Jonny Meek, Tony Goacher, Luke Odell, Brian Irving, Ian Lightfoot, James Averill and 2 more from Spain, Terry Milligan and Offshore John all on 66 points
17  The Hotel End / Cobblers Corner / Re: Football strip on: June 29, 2018, 15:42:09 pm
This seems to have gone down well !  Smiley
18  The Hotel End / Cobblers Corner / Re: Redevelopment Closer Than Ever? on: June 27, 2018, 10:28:55 am
Firstly, its not in Europe, so a little 3rdy worldy and the town itself has just 96,000 which is a little bigger than Wellingborough and has a 10,000 plus stadium!
These are facts😂

At the last census the town of Wellingborough's population was 49.000, you're doing it again !!!!!

PS. I'm STILL waiting for a list of "most non league clubs now have corporate boxes"   Smiley
19  The Hotel End / Cobblers Corner / Re: Redevelopment Closer Than Ever? on: June 26, 2018, 23:52:01 pm
At no time did I state every single little non league clubs have corperate boxes but many do which doesn't excuse us for being a 1970s throwback.
To quote you "most non league clubs now have corporate boxes" so I've asked you to name them, is that difficult ?



 Still waiting  Wink
20  The Hotel End / Cobblers Corner / Re: Redevelopment Closer Than Ever? on: June 25, 2018, 22:14:52 pm
Name another professional football club any where in Europe that can only cater for 3.3% of its conurbation and that of its immediate catchment, say a 10 mile radius without competing with other professional football clubs?
There isnt any and if there was it would soon be rectified.
Sixfields is not fit for purpose in its present state, all these non league clubs you refer to, dont have the same issues that hold us back.
You seem to have forgot to tell me the names of the "most non league clubs now have corporate boxes". You defeat your own argument every time by stating something as a fact when everyone can see is incorrect.
   I'll wait for the list of those non league clubs  Wink
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