That's Entertainment? Northampton Won't Mind Digs

28 November 2013 08:55
Chesterfield assistant manager Leam Richardson was left frustrated by the Cobblers approach on Tuesday night

Stating that he felt sorry for supporters who had paid to be 'entertained' at the Proact Stadium, Richardson told the official Spireites website after the game: “I’m starting to take confidence that experienced managers are showing us that much respect that they don’t want to win the game or press forward."One man's lack of ambition, however, is someone else's textbook away performance and Aidy Boothroyd was justifiably pleased with the resilience shown by his struggling side against opponents who came into the game joint-top of League Two.Improving Accrington are the next test for Northampton. James Beattie's side have turned their season around in recent weeks and were worthy winners against high-flying Fleetwood on Tuesday night.Danny Webber and Kayode Odejayi scored the goals as Stanley made eight league games without defeat.

Source: Cobblers Mad