Monthly Archives: December 2010

No, we’re not actually playing a game…

Turns out I was over-optimistic yesterday, Aldershot v Lincoln is one of about a million games called off today because of the weather. This means we have three league games to fit in somewhere. And Tuesday’s much anticipated FA Cup … Continue reading

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Aldershot preview: yes, we’re actually playing a game! (maybe)

It’s been 20 days since our last game, the 2-2 draw away at Hereford in the Cup. That game was so long ago, I almost feel nostalgic looking back at it. Remember how we were 2-1 up and apparently cruising … Continue reading

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ANOTHER game called off

The weather in Lincoln over the past couple of weeks has been extreme by British standards so it’s no surprise that tomorrow’s game with Oxford has been postponed. Assuming Tuesday’s rearranged Cup replay with Hereford goes ahead, it will be … Continue reading

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Imps announce loss

Lincoln City’s annual accounts for the last financial year are out, exciting I know. But it’s important so bear with me. The headline figure is the £200,000 loss we made, apparently mainly due to the payoffs of sacked manager Peter … Continue reading

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Stuff to read – blank weekend edition

With the snow causing the country to grind to a halt it’s looking a lot like our game at Cheltenham tomorrow may not go ahead. Expect an announcement sometime today. City chief executive Dave Roberts says the game is in … Continue reading

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Qatarstrophe – why FIFA are unfit to run football

We’ll leave aside the 2018 bid and England’s failure, the real disappointment today was the FIFA executive committee deciding to award the 2022 World Cup to Qatar. In Qatar, homosexuality is illegal and punishable with a prison term. The importation … Continue reading

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New club legend of the day

When he started Grenada’s 0-0 draw with Cuba on Tuesday Delroy Facey became Lincoln’s most capped player ever with, er, six caps while at the Imps, just topping the five Northern Ireland caps ‘big’ Gareth McAuley won during 2005/2006. And … Continue reading

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