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That Subject Again!

Not for the first time in recent weeks the topic of Aidy Boothroyd, and what his Northampton future will be has been raised.

David Cardoza, talking to The Chronicle & Echo, has again retired his previous thoughts that he believes the Northampton boss will remain at Sixfields next season, none more so as The Cobblers chairman feels that Boothroyd will see that he has "unfinished business" at the club.

As I've previously said Boothroyd has experienced what happens when you try to find out if "the grass is greener", and it hasn't always proved that way for him so unless it's a decent Championship side I can't see him going anywhere.

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Date:Sunday June 2 2013

Time: 3:55PM

 

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