Kicking The Arsenal Out of Football

Kevin Van Veen returned to Sixfields for all of 36 minutes last week and rightly got laughed off the pitch. We're also talking Macclesfield and Derby games as well as the January signings.

Sometimes football has a funny way of being absolutely blooming brilliant!

This week’s Cobblers To Me is laughing at Kevin Van Veen getting sent off in NTFC’s 3-0 win over Scunthorpe, drooling over a decent January transfer window and taking a look back at an important win over Macclesfield Town.

Charles, Chessie, Danny and Neil also cast an eye over the upcoming replay with Derby County.

We’ll be back later in the week with a Derby review and our usual look ahead to the weekend’s game at home to Port Vale.


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