Monthly Archives: August 2011

Darlington 3-1 Imps – Gone in 30 Seconds

There are few places that sum up what’s wrong with English football better than Darlington’s Darlington Arena, so perhaps there was no better venue to be reminded of what’s wrong with Lincoln City. In front of just under 23,000 empty … Continue reading

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Imps 1-2 Wrexham – “football’s a cruel game kids”

Game number three and things are starting to take shape. Sort of. The good news: This was LOADS better than Kidderminster on Tuesday night. As a team performance it seemed far more cohesive and far more adventurous than Tuesday. We … Continue reading

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Imps 0-1 Kidderminster Harriers – don’t panic, Mr. Mainwaring

Last night the Imps marked their first non-league game at Sincil Bank since 1988 with the kind of insipid, ground out home defeat that’s been so familiar in recent years. Here’s some thoughts: The positives: It’s only the second game … Continue reading

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