Cardoza: I understand the frustration of Cobblers fans

David Cardoza insists he understands the frustration of the Cobblers fans (picture: Kirsty Edmonds)
David Cardoza insists he understands the frustration of the Cobblers fans (picture: Kirsty Edmonds)

Cobblers chairman David Cardoza says he understands the frustration of supporters as the takeover of the club continues.

An Indian consortium are set to take charge at Sixfields, with Cardoza confirming the due dilligence process is almost complete.

Some Cobblers supporters have expressed their frustration at the lack of information given by the club, with some setting up a social media campaign.

The hashtag #WeWantAnswers is being used by frustrated fans, who are considering protesting at Saturday’s game against Oxford United at Sixfields.

Cardoza has stressed that he recognises the need for further updates and insists he reveal more information when possible.

“I completely understand the frustration of the supporters, and as soon as I can update them, I will,” the chairman said.

“It is hard for me to comment while due diligence is taking place, but that process is almost at an end and we will know more very shortly.

“In the update on August 14 I said it would take around four weeks and we are still within that period.

“Whether it takes a little longer or hits that target remains to be seen but we aren’t far away from that being completed.

“The deal covers all the outstanding issues regarding the stadium redevelopment and the potential new owners will announce their future plans very shortly.

“I understand the frustration, I appreciate the patience and as soon as I can update supporters in more detail, I will.”