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Hayes and Yeading 1-2 Imps

Big game wasn’t it? Yep. With Hayes and Yeading snapping at our heels a win was needed. And the Imps, by and large, stepped up. A fairly even first half gave way to an onslaught from the Londoners at the … Continue reading

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Kettering 1-0 Lincoln – Same Old

“We always beat the Lincoln, we always beat the Lincoln” was the chant from the Dale Roberts Terrace at Nene Park yesterday and although not strictly true (we did draw one of our cup games against them in 2008) it … Continue reading

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Some thoughts on moving home

Since the injection of half a million pounds into the club by the board last week there’s been increased talk of moving away from Sincil Bank, not least from Chicken Bob himself. I’m broadly in support of the idea, but … Continue reading

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Imps 2-0 Southport

After the absolute low point in club history last Tuesday, the Imps have spent the past week begging our forgiveness and promising to do better. Who’d have thought they’d actually follow through with their promise? An Imps side went to … Continue reading

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In Affectionate Remembrance

In Affectionate Remembrance Of LINCOLN CITY FC, WHICH DIED AT COLSTON AVENUE, CARSHALTON ON 18th JANUARY, 2012, Deeply lamented by a large circle of sorrowing friends and acquaintances. R.I.P. N.B. – The body will be cremated and the ashes taken … Continue reading

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Imps 0-0 Carshalton Athletic – Purple Pain

Carshalton Athletic currently lie 14th in the Ryman League Premier Division table, behind footballing powerhouses like the Metropolitan PoliceĀ (no really) and East Thurrock United. Their last home game attracted a crowd of just 208. They are also part-timers, combining their … Continue reading

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Imps 0-2 York – zzzzzzzzz

We always lose to Grimsby, we should ignore those games as a measure of where we are as a team. They were local derbies, they count for nothing. They wanted it more than us, of course they did. York, now … Continue reading

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