Charlton Athletic boss Karl Robinson lends support to sacked...Karl Robinson has lent his support to his friend Justin Edinburgh after he became the first League One managerial casualty of the season after just four matches.The Addicks' chief was philosophical..
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Chelsea icon Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink new Northampton bossJustin Edinburgh was sacked last Thursday just four games into the league season and the League One club identified the former Chelsea striker as the candidate to take over.
Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink: Northampton Town appoint new manager to succeed Justin EdinburghBBC Local News: Northamptonshire -- Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink is appointed as the new manager of Northampton Town on a three-year contract.
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Alan Stubbs emerges as contender for Northampton Town postAlan Stubbs has emerged as a contender for the Northampton Town job. The former Hibernian and Rotherham manager is being looked at as a replacement for sacked Justin Edinburgh.
Northampton Town to hold Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink talksJustin Edinburgh was sacked on Thursday just four games into the season and the League One club have identified the former Chelsea striker as a possible candidate to take over.
League One strugglers Northampton sack Justin EdinburghNorthampton have sacked manager Justin Edinburgh, the League One club have announced..
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FIRED! Northampton Town sack manager Justin Edinburgh just four games into the season
Justin Edinburgh: Northampton Town part company with managerBBC Local News: Northamptonshire -- Northampton Town part company with manager Justin Edinburgh following their poor start to the League One season.
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Northampton Town: Justin Edinburgh sorry for failing to applaud supportersBBC Local News: Northamptonshire -- Northampton Town boss Justin Edinburgh apologises to fans for not applauding them after their 4-1 defeat at Charlton.
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Charlton Athletic 'know what we are up against' says boss Karl...Northampton Town pose a threat to Charlton Athletic and Karl Robinson is not fooled by the fact The Cobblers have lost all three matches so far this term.The Addicks take on Justin Edinburgh's side at..
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