>Another quick hello…g’wan the lads!

>Hello there! Again, a brief greeting for now…internet is on at our new place next Tuesday and then I’ll be back on here more often.

It’s the big night at Ipswich tonight and a chance to get away from the disastrous league form. It would be completely like us to go at win there given all the poor league form but we’ll have to do it without John Johnson, who’s ban (the third red card in three games for the Cobblers)will stand for tonights’ game.

Craig Hinton, maker of the behnid the scenes action from Anfield during his time off the pitch, could be in line for a start though with Sammo looking likely to fill in the back line that looks a bit dilapidated. The defender is well missed and his form towards the end of last season could be very handy to call upon once again.

Oxford seemed like another difficult game for the players and fans and with all the defeats it makes me want to be back involved as a fan even more than usual. It’s bizarre, but in bad times I find myself wanting to be there every week every bit more in the hope that my ugly mug will spur the lads on!

For one night though, we can put it behind us. It’s a massive game and we might as well just have a go at Roy Keane’s men with every bit of energy as at Anfield. If the footballing Gods have their way, and Cobblers law of the Town coming good against bigger clubs, it could yet be the most unlikely of big nights.

We all know that Gillingham, having not won in 33 away games, will take home the points at Sixfields on Saturday, but let’s enjoy tonight and go for it.

Up The Cobblers!

Danny

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