Our Board

Andy Roberts
Andy was born in Northampton and watched his first Cobblers game in 1972. A journalist and later communicator with Northamptonshire Police, he reported on the club’s two appearances at the old Wembley. Chair of the Trust since 2018.
Keith Buckby
Keith was brought up in Finedon, went to school in Wellingborough and attended his first Cobblers game in the 1980s. He works in sales and used to write to the late Brian Lomax, who showed him the value of never giving up on your club.
Bob Clarke
Born in Leicester, Bob moved to Northampton in 1987 and he and his son Paul are both life members of the Trust. A keen follower also of rugby and horse racing, Bob has more than 50 years’ experience within the packaging industry.
Bob Souster
Bob is a partner in a training consultancy that teaches Professional Ethics and Regulation, delivering courses on subjects such as ethics and money laundering. A Cobblers fan since 1964, Bob is also and Obelisk Centre charity trustee.
Derek Krajewski
Lifelong supporter since 1976 and one of the Chester 942. Voted supporter of the year in 2012 for varied, long standing matchday volunteering. Been self-employed since 18 years old, mainly in market research logistics.
Ian Atkins
Ian will be well known to Cobblers fans as the club's most successful manager of the modern era, guiding the team to two Wembley appearances in the late 1990s. Based in Solihull, he has a wealth of experience within the world of football and is happy to advise the Trust on football matters.
Kevin Simons
Kevin has been watching the Cobblers since 1967 and worked for BP for nearly 40 years. He now works as a consultant in the environmental services and logistics sectors. He worked with the Trust board on the We Want Answers campaign in 2015. He believes that diversity of opinion and experience is important and he will always act in the best interests of the Trust and its members in line with his fiduciary duty with due consideration to the wider support and club.