The unofficial podcast for fans of Northampton Town Football Club. Providing the fans point of view on all things Cobblers. From the latest results on the pitch to new signings, opinions on the latest news and interviews with former Cobblers players and managers, It's All Cobblers To Me is your one stop shop for fans of League 2 Northampton Town. FSA Club Podcast of the Year 2021
After a two week break, Northampton Town are back in League Two action at home to Tranmere Rovers.
Tranmere are currently on a terrible run of 7 games without a win having previously won 5 in a row without conceding a single goal.
The Cobblers meanwhile come into this game on the back of a great win at Bradford City. And with Sam Hoskins available again after suspension, Jon Brady's men will surely be favourites for this clash at...
Neil isn't well (poor baby) so Charles steps into the hot seat for this one as the boys take a look back over the weekend's games and look forward to England giving Wales a good seeing to.
Wes is very impressed with a South Korean reality star cum World Cup goalscorer and Kingo hates Ronaldo!
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NTFC Women are in FA Women's Cup 2nd round action this Sunday as they face a side they've played twice already this season.
The Cobblers travel to Wolverhampton to take on Tier 3 side Wolves Women, a side they've lost to twice already this year.
Danny chats to Matt and Nick of the Wolves Women Podcast to preview the game.
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Wow wow wow! What a performance that was. It's not often that the Cobblers go to a stadium the size of Valley Parade and put on a display such as the one we witnessed on Saturday.
Goals from Mitch Pinnock, Shaun McWilliams and Sam Sherring blew Mark Hughes' Bradford City away and, in truth, it should have been more.
We discuss the performance of the year and launch our Christmas Fundraiser. Plus we hear from James Wiles as NT...
Bradford City are next up for a Northampton Town side that are rejuvenated after their win at Gillingham.
The match should have been the battle of the division’s top goal scorers, but Sam Hoskins’ last minute yellow card in Kent means he will miss the contest through suspension. That paves the way for Bradford frontman, Andy Cook to put on a show and try and catch our man.
It was all pretty comfortable for the Cobblers on Saturday. They brushed aside a Gillingham side thanks to goals from Sam Hoskins and Kieron Bowie without ever really being tested themselves.
We discuss Northampton Town's return to winning ways in Kent and whether the Cobblers can kick on again in League Two. We chat about whether AJ Odimayo is the answer to our left back prayers and how a midfield without Marc Leonard isn't...
Gillingham vs Northampton Town is the focus for us this week.
The Cobblers head to Priestfield Stadium in Kent on Saturday to face a struggling Gillingham side managed by Neil Harris.
While Gills did knock Premier League Brentford out of the EFL Cup in midweek, their League Two campaign has not been as pleasing.
Just 6 goals scored in the league tells you where the problems lie and our guest this week is in no mood to be optimistic.
Charles is at Sixfields, taking you through NTFC Women's FAWNL Plate game against Lincoln City.
He speaks to some of the fans in attendance, managers Josh and Liam and player of the match Favour Omenazu.
Danny joins in the fun too as we chat about the latest news around Northampton Town FC Women including, a new signing and FA Cup news.
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Northampton Town face National League side Chesterfield in the first round of this year's FA Cup on Saturday.
Jon Brady's side will be hoping to progress but the Spireites will be no easy ride for the Cobblers.
Joining Danny and Charles to give us all the details on Chesterfield and how they've been doing since we last met 5 years ago, is Tom from the Spirites Write podcast.
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Charles and Danny discuss the 1-1 draw at home to Newport County as Lee Burge and Sam Hoskins combined to save the day for Northampton Town.
We also chat about Mitch Pinnock's new contract, visit the Cobblers Creative Corner and answer a question from Alan Ringrose on whether technology is putting some off going to games.
Graham Coughlan's Newport County are up next for Northampton Town at Sixfields on Saturday. It's an immediate chance to right the wrongs of Tuesday night's 2-2 draw at home to Sutton United, with County languishing in 18th place.
To preview the game, Charles is joined by Ed Bridges from the 1912 Exiles podcast who provides a good overview of what to expect from County.
There's plenty of chat about Ryan Haynes and Chan...
You won't find us keeping quiet as we celebrate a dramatic win against Stevenage.
Charles, Neil and Danny talk through a right old ding dong down in Hertfordshire as Northampton Town beat Stevenage 3-2 and Steve Evans gets a red card and the hump.
We discuss Josh Eppiah's absence and whether it's a ploy to make sure he doesn't do a Kion Etete in January.
Neil's postbag is full of lovely letters and we answer who wo...
Stevenage were left waiting until after the final whistle had long since blown at most games on the final day of last season to find out if they'd avoided the drop.
Oldham fans caused their game to be halted and the finish delayed by protesting on the pitch at Boundary Park back in May but they couldn't stop Oldham being relegated.
Just a few short months on and the turnaround at Stevenage FC has been phenomenal.
Ben Fox's red card provided the only real talking point of the game against Leyton Orient on Saturday so that's the big debate on this week's episode. Was it a red card tackle? Will it get rescinded on appeal? And who on earth thinks Fox actually deserved to be sent off? Find out right here!
Charles, Danny and Chessie provide their half term report card for the Cobblers and we dip into Neil's Postbag - with his permi...
Danny and Charles are joined by Paul Levy of Orient Outlook to look ahead to this weekend's game between Northampton Town and Leyton Orient at Brisbane Road.
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Charles, Danny and Neil provide some great analysis of Saturday's loss to Salford and discuss whether Cobblers fans need a ringleader to get them singing to improve the atmosphere. Controversial, eh?
After National Poetry Day last week, we've had a great poem sent in by a listener and James Wiles gives us an update on NTFC Women's win over Sheffield FC in the National League Plate.
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The Cobblers look to bounce back in League Two at home to Salford City on Saturday and we've got just the podcast for you.
Danny is joined by Salford City media guru, Will Moorcroft to hear about everything that's happened at Salford since we last met back in January.
You'll hear about the change in manager, the new playing style City now deploy and how Salford are coping with life after Brandon Thomas-Asante.
Plus we reve...
To celebrate our 200th episode (despite having released closer to 300!) we asked our listeners for their questions for our postbag and we got so many that we decided to release our answers as a separate episode.
The questions come in all sorts of shapes and sizes. From half time food choices to NFL fantasy football draft selections and fighting duck sized elephants or elephant sized ducks.
So sit back, relax and listen to an hour of ...
Charles, Danny, Neil and Chessie are celebrating 200 Tuesday episodes with another superb win for Northampton Town. This time at Swindon Town.
We're visiting the Cobblers Creative Corner thanks to RLS Print & Design, who have mocked up the first ever visual of the Dean Peer Corridor!
The Cobblers are away at Swindon Town tomorrow so we caught up with Swindon fan Rich from the Loathed Strangers podcast to preview the game.
Danny and Rich talk about Swindon's play off campaign last season and how the loss of Ben Garner and Harry McKirdy has affected the team.
You'll also hear about which pub to visit before the game and find out which current Cobblers player apparently nearly joined Swindon before opting fo...
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