Monthly Archives: September 2011

What’s the matter with Lincoln?

Twelve games in, and things are bad. Fourth bottom of the league with only two wins all season we are literally at the club’s lowest ever point. But what’s gone wrong? Here’s some thoughts: 1. We play like a Football … Continue reading

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Imps 0-2 Kettering – how much worse can it get?

Legend has it that at the opening match of USA ’94, between Germany and Bolivia, some of the local fans, ignorant of the rules of the game, began to leave the stadium after Jurgen Klinsmann’s opening goal believing that in … Continue reading

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Quote of the week

Swindon manager Paolo di Canio, on Crawley manager Steve Evans: “I’ve never heard his name, I don’t have anything to say to a person who is one of a million people talking about me in the world.”

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Stats: Lincoln City’s record after 8 games since 01/02

I’ll write an assessment of yet another Imps disaster tomorrow, but for the moment here’s a rundown of how we were doing after eight games of the season, every season since 2001/2002: Alan Buckley: 2001/02: 20th place, P8 W1 D4 … Continue reading

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What George Costanza can teach the board of directors…

There’s an episode of Seinfeld where the character of George Costanza has a profound realisation. His instincts are wrong, and his life is the exact opposite of what he wants it to be. So he resolves to do the exact opposite … Continue reading

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