Numerous midfield options, but how will we use them?

Heading into the new season, it is fair to say that Danny Cowley has several midfield options to choose from. I think that Cowley's have been, and will continue to experiment in our remaining pre-season matches. Michael Bostwick, Michael O'Connor, Lee Frecklington and Ellis Chapman are all unique players who offer something different. With the... Continue Reading →

Cover for Neal Eardley?

Another name circulating Sincil Bank is former Nottingham Forest defender Choz Charlesworth. An academy prospect out of Forest, young 18-year old Charlesworth can play in the right back position, but I am also told he is effective in midfield. At a very early stage in his career, this move could solely be backup for Neal... Continue Reading →

Interview with Boreham Wood fan, George Cook

With the signings of both Grant Smith and Bruno Andrade, Lincoln City have now made two additions to the squad from National League outfit Boreham Wood. The Wood had a fantastic 2017-18 campaign under the highly promising management of Luke Garrard. Two players that stood out were goalkeeper Grant Smith and midfielder Bruno Andrade, who... Continue Reading →

Potential signing: Karlan Ahearne-Grant

We have had numerous departures from Sincil Bank in the past few days, with Alex Woodyard and Nathan Arnold leaving the club. A potential signing that we have looked at, is the possibility of a loan move for young Charlton forward Karlan Ahearne-Grant. The rumour is that Grant was supposed to complete a loan move... Continue Reading →

Team preview: Macclesfield Town

Macclesfield Town were crowned National League champions and in doing so restored their Football League status. Without a doubt, the Silkmen had a season to remember. In the end, they ended up running away with the league, claiming the title by 10 points over second placed Tranmere Rovers. Macclesfield were consistently the best team all... Continue Reading →

Tom Pett set for a big season?

Could Tom Pett be one of our standout players for the up and coming 2018-19 campaign? Signed in last season's January transfer window, Tom Pett never really could cement a place in Danny Cowley's first teams plans. As fans, we were told that he had a lot of class about his game, and that he... Continue Reading →

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