Striker Danny Rose swaps Mansfield for Northampton

Danny Rose has left Mansfield to join Northampton
Danny Rose has left Mansfield to join Northampton - (Copyright PA Archive)
14:11pm, Fri 02 Oct 2020
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Mansfield striker Danny Rose has joined Sky Bet League One club Northampton for an undisclosed fee.

The 26-year-old, who scored 44 goals in 113 appearances for the Stags, has penned a two-year deal at the PTS Academy Stadium with the option for a third year.

Cobblers boss Keith Curle told the club’s website: “We are adding a player to the squad who has scored consistently throughout his career so far and someone who can play in a number of positions across the forward line.

“He has a good work ethic and I like his character. He is a player who used to annoy the life out of me when he played against me and my teams so I am delighted he will be in our dressing room now! He is the sort of character you love to have on your side.

“Danny is a player who I think will build up a real rapport with the fans here as I know he did with the supporters at Mansfield.”

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