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With Danny serving a one match ban, Neil and Charles are joined by former Chronicle & Echo Cobblers reporter and current Sky WWE correspondent, Jefferson Lake.
There’s lots of play off dreaming, wonder goal celebration and fan ownership public meeting chat as well as the views on Grimsby’s season so far from Alex Green.
After a week of many highs, the boys discuss both wins over Exeter and Newport and Neil gives us his report from the Supporters Trust’s public meeting into fan ownership.
Of course, the Project: Proud To Be document also gets scrutinized and we have a statement on that provided by Andy Roberts, the Trust chairman.
A member of the Trust’s community ownership working group prepared the Project Proud To Be discussion document which was circulated at Sunday’s public meeting.
The document, as with other preparations for the meeting, came under the scrutiny of the working group and did not require approval from all Trust board members.
It was seen prior to the meeting by five board members who were involved with the working group, myself included.
The document includes case studies of community ownership initiatives across the world of football and is designed to stimulate debate as part of the Trust’s exploration of the subject.
The document does not represent a Trust proposal for community ownership at Northampton Town, it was intended purely for discussion and this was made clear in its introductory section.
Its contents may be included in full, in part or not at all when a finalised Trust proposal, which would require full board approval, is brought forward at a later date.
As an extra special bonus, you can listen below to our extra chat with Jefferson Lake on his time reporting on the Cobblers.