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Johnson Out At Sixfields

Johnson Out At Sixfields

Ex City boss Gary Johnson has move on yet again, this time he has left Northampton Town after himself and the club reached a mutual agreement.

The 56 year old has not been doing well at Sixfields and the 1-0 defeat at Luton in the FA Cup was the final straw and his seven month stay with the Cobblers came to an end.

Player-coach Dave Lee will take over as caretaker-boss.

Chairman David Cardoza told the club's official website: 'Gary has been a successful manager in the past and I am sure he will be again in the future.

'Unfortunately, things just haven't worked out for Gary here, and there comes a point when you have to accept that fact, take stock and make a decision and following talks between Gary and I over the weekend, it was decided that we part company.

'We wish Gary all the very best for the future. We part on good terms and our search for a new manager now begins.'


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Writer:Andy999
Date:Monday November 14 2011
Time: 12:15PM

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Watford born & bread... We need him here at The Vic in charge...
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