Saints co-captain Waller salutes Cobblers and backs their bid for Wembley glory
Saints co-captain Alex Waller has sent his best wishes to the Cobblers and says the football team's Wembley date is 'huge for the town as a whole'.
Town travel to the capital on Monday as they square up to Exeter City in the Sky Bet League Two play-off final (kick-off 7.30pm).
Keith Curle's side secured a stunning semi-final success against Cheltenham Town, overcoming a 2-0 first-leg deficit by winning 3-0 on the road.
It was a sensational triumph that was greeted with widespread glee in Northampton - and that includes at Franklin's Gardens.
“It’s great news that the Cobblers are due to play at Wembley,” Waller said.
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“It’s huge for the Town as a whole really - hopefully they can go and do a job down in London and come back with a trophy and promotion.
“It’s obviously just a shame that the whole of Northampton can’t go down there and support them, but it’s been a great effort over the whole season and we wish them all the best.”