Cardoza admits December is vital

08 December 2010 11:11
Northampton Town chairman David Cardoza has admitted that December will be a vital period as they look to continue their climb up the League Two table."For me it was always about December," Cardoza told BBC Radio Northampton. [LNB]"They're difficult games but, with Stevenage, Morecambe and Burton to play, we can get some points and move ourselves up the table." [LNB]The Cobblers began the month by moving up to 18th place with last weekend's 2-0 victory over Stockport. [LNB]That puts them in an almost identical place to where they were a year ago when they also stood in 18th place, also on 21 points, but from one game more. [LNB]"We're in a better position points-wise than we were at this stage last year," said Cardoza. [LNB]"We need to improve in some aspects and probably to strengthen a little bit. But I'm confident we'll be there or thereabouts at the end of the season." [LNB]Northampton, who have lost just once in six league games, are scheduled to go to Stevenage on Saturday (1500 GMT), subject to the weather. [LNB]They are then due to play host to Morecambe, before the Boxing Day home clash with Burton Albion.

Source: BBC_Sport