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Who is Northampton's manager?

Keith Curle is the current manager of Northampton Town and has been in the managerial role at the club since October 2018. Curle was born on 14 November 1963 in Bristol, England and previously played football at centre back for clubs around England such as Manchester City, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Reading and Bristol City. In the 1994-95 season, Curle was the Manchester City captain before being sold to Wolverhampton Wanderers in the following season for a fee of roughly £650,000.

In December 2002, Curle was made a player-manager of Mansfield Town after replacing Stuart Watkiss. In his opening season, the club suffered relegation but the board decided to stick with Keith Curle as they managed to reach the playoff final in the 2003-04 season only losing to Huddersfield on penalties.

After parting ways with Mansfield Town controversially, Keith Curle was appointed Chester City manager in May 2005. However, he was unable to complete a full season after being sacked from the job in February 2006. He joined Torquay in February 2007 as he saw the club relegated in the same season before leaving 3 months later.

Keith Curle joined Neil Warnock at QPR in March 2010 where he was appointed as a coach. Curle spent 5 years at the club before being sacked alongside Warnock in January 2012. However, in February 2012, Curle was appointed manager of Notts County where he finished 7th in his opening season but was sacked the following year. In September 2014, Keith Curle was appointed Carlisle United manager and stayed at the club until 2018. In his time at the club, Curle finished 10th, 6th and 10th again before leaving in 2018.

On the first of October 2018, Curle was appointed the full time manager of Northampton Town as he guided the club to a 15th place finish in the EFL League Two along with two disappointing first round exits of both the FA Cup and the EFL Cup.

On 29 June 2020, the club were promoted to the EFL League One after beating Exeter City in the playoff final.