Boss Boothroyd enjoys the rollercoaster

07 April 2012 06:44
Aidy Boothroyd called the Good Friday clash with Oxford United a 'brilliant' game

Speaking after a late winner from Brett Williams all but ensured his side's League Two status, Boothroyd told the official NTFC website that the Cobblers were on top in the first-half but gave credit to the U's for their comeback after the break.

'I think the penalty save from Neal Kitson changed the game,' he said as Town's rookie goalkeeper again proved himself to be the hero.,,10425~2700667,00.html

Opposite number Chris Wilder thought his men were excellent 'apart from the first 30 seconds and the last 30 seconds,' twice being punished by the home side.