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Re: The Sincil Bank Rehabilitation Centre for Former Stags

Postby adamstag » Fri Apr 14, 2017 5:30 pm

Pretty much up.

5 clear of tranmere with a game in hand with 12 to play for.
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Re: The Sincil Bank Rehabilitation Centre for Former Stags

Postby Vice President » Fri Apr 14, 2017 7:25 pm

Who cares? I really can't understand this obsession with Lincoln! :roll:
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Re: The Sincil Bank Rehabilitation Centre for Former Stags

Postby bobbystagsfan » Fri Apr 14, 2017 7:38 pm

Vice President wrote:Who cares? I really can't understand this obsession with Lincoln! :roll:


you must care somewhat to come on here and post ;)
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Re: The Sincil Bank Rehabilitation Centre for Former Stags

Postby Calstag » Fri Apr 14, 2017 7:47 pm

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Re: The Sincil Bank Rehabilitation Centre for Former Stags

Postby adamstag » Fri Apr 14, 2017 8:10 pm

Vice President wrote:Who cares? I really can't understand this obsession with Lincoln! :roll:



Don't you remember how hard it was to get out of the conference and what an achievement it is?

Added that they're a local rival.

Plymouth are going up, would you rather a trip to Lincoln or Plymouth next season?
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Re: The Sincil Bank Rehabilitation Centre for Former Stags

Postby Amber Andy » Fri Apr 14, 2017 8:28 pm

Vice President wrote:Who cares? I really can't understand this obsession with Lincoln! :roll:
I don't think it's an obsession, just an interest because a fair number of our ex-players are there. Besides would sooner have a local game, rather than the likes of Forest Green or Tranmere for example.
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Re: The Sincil Bank Rehabilitation Centre for Former Stags

Postby Bristolstag » Fri Apr 14, 2017 8:29 pm

adamstag wrote:
Vice President wrote:Who cares? I really can't understand this obsession with Lincoln! :roll:



Don't you remember how hard it was to get out of the conference and what an achievement it is?

Added that they're a local rival.

Plymouth are going up, would you rather a trip to Lincoln or Plymouth next season?


I'd rather be playing Plymouth in League One.
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Re: The Sincil Bank Rehabilitation Centre for Former Stags

Postby Amber Andy » Fri Apr 14, 2017 10:35 pm

Bristolstag wrote:
adamstag wrote:
Vice President wrote:Who cares? I really can't understand this obsession with Lincoln! :roll:



Don't you remember how hard it was to get out of the conference and what an achievement it is?

Added that they're a local rival.

Plymouth are going up, would you rather a trip to Lincoln or Plymouth next season?


I'd rather be playing Plymouth in League One.
So would I.
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Re: The Sincil Bank Rehabilitation Centre for Former Stags

Postby CassellsCap » Fri Apr 14, 2017 10:57 pm

Their support is amazing , nearly 10,000 today
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Re: The Sincil Bank Rehabilitation Centre for Former Stags

Postby MTFCMAD » Fri Apr 14, 2017 11:02 pm

CassellsCap wrote:Their support is amazing , nearly 10,000 today


9000.
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Re: The Sincil Bank Rehabilitation Centre for Former Stags

Postby Tippy Tappy Football » Fri Apr 14, 2017 11:16 pm

There has been great support for Lincoln this season. Recent games:

v Torquay United - 9,011
v Chester - 7,401
v Daggers (on live TV) - 7,173
v Bromley - 6,843
v FGR - 6,798
v York City (FA Trophy) - 8,409
v York City - 6,892

They are in dreamland at the moment.
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Re: The Sincil Bank Rehabilitation Centre for Former Stags

Postby The One » Fri Apr 14, 2017 11:18 pm

Tippy Tappy Football wrote:There has been great support for Lincoln this season. Recent games:

v Torquay United - 9,011
v Chester - 7,401
v Daggers (on live TV) - 7,173
v Bromley - 6,843
v FGR - 6,798
v York City (FA Trophy) - 8,409
v York City - 6,892

They are in dreamland at the moment.


Is that next to Argos ?
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Re: The Sincil Bank Rehabilitation Centre for Former Stags

Postby Spiritater » Fri Apr 14, 2017 11:21 pm

Tippy Tappy Football wrote:There has been great support for Lincoln this season. Recent games:

v Torquay United - 9,011
v Chester - 7,401
v Daggers (on live TV) - 7,173
v Bromley - 6,843
v FGR - 6,798
v York City (FA Trophy) - 8,409
v York City - 6,892

They are in dreamland at the moment.

The last time we saw gates with the frequency of those sorts of figures was 40 years ago.
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Re: The Sincil Bank Rehabilitation Centre for Former Stags

Postby WeDeserveMore » Sat Apr 15, 2017 1:28 am

Spiritater wrote:
Tippy Tappy Football wrote:There has been great support for Lincoln this season. Recent games:

v Torquay United - 9,011
v Chester - 7,401
v Daggers (on live TV) - 7,173
v Bromley - 6,843
v FGR - 6,798
v York City (FA Trophy) - 8,409
v York City - 6,892

They are in dreamland at the moment.

The last time we saw gates with the frequency of those sorts of figures was 40 years ago.


They should be getting much higher gates than what they are. A City club with absolutely no football competition around for miles and miles.... should be circa 12k really. Plus they've had a fantastic season what with knockin premiership teams out the cup.. even we'd get gates not much lower than that even with all the Notts/Derbys/S Yorks clubs around us!!
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Re: The Sincil Bank Rehabilitation Centre for Former Stags

Postby Spiritater » Sat Apr 15, 2017 6:47 am

WeDeserveMore wrote:
Spiritater wrote:
Tippy Tappy Football wrote:There has been great support for Lincoln this season. Recent games:

v Torquay United - 9,011
v Chester - 7,401
v Daggers (on live TV) - 7,173
v Bromley - 6,843
v FGR - 6,798
v York City (FA Trophy) - 8,409
v York City - 6,892

They are in dreamland at the moment.

The last time we saw gates with the frequency of those sorts of figures was 40 years ago.


They should be getting much higher gates than what they are. A City club with absolutely no football competition around for miles and miles.... should be circa 12k really. Plus they've had a fantastic season what with knockin premiership teams out the cup.. even we'd get gates not much lower than that even with all the Notts/Derbys/S Yorks clubs around us!!

I doubt it.
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Re: The Sincil Bank Rehabilitation Centre for Former Stags

Postby WeDeserveMore » Sat Apr 15, 2017 5:18 pm

Spiritater wrote:
WeDeserveMore wrote:
Spiritater wrote:
Tippy Tappy Football wrote:There has been great support for Lincoln this season. Recent games:

v Torquay United - 9,011
v Chester - 7,401
v Daggers (on live TV) - 7,173
v Bromley - 6,843
v FGR - 6,798
v York City (FA Trophy) - 8,409
v York City - 6,892

They are in dreamland at the moment.

The last time we saw gates with the frequency of those sorts of figures was 40 years ago.


They should be getting much higher gates than what they are. A City club with absolutely no football competition around for miles and miles.... should be circa 12k really. Plus they've had a fantastic season what with knockin premiership teams out the cup.. even we'd get gates not much lower than that even with all the Notts/Derbys/S Yorks clubs around us!!

I doubt it.


Tator mi owd..... tator... I know people who watch Wednesday, Derby, Forest & Man Utd on a regular basis - and they all live here in this great town. Clearly our proximity to other clubs will always have an affect on our attendances until we have consistent success. Lincoln are lucky in that respect.
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Re: The Sincil Bank Rehabilitation Centre for Former Stags

Postby Amber Andy » Sun Apr 16, 2017 3:12 am

WeDeserveMore wrote:
Spiritater wrote:
Tippy Tappy Football wrote:There has been great support for Lincoln this season. Recent games:

v Torquay United - 9,011
v Chester - 7,401
v Daggers (on live TV) - 7,173
v Bromley - 6,843
v FGR - 6,798
v York City (FA Trophy) - 8,409
v York City - 6,892

They are in dreamland at the moment.

The last time we saw gates with the frequency of those sorts of figures was 40 years ago.


They should be getting much higher gates than what they are. A City club with absolutely no football competition around for miles and miles.... should be circa 12k really. Plus they've had a fantastic season what with knockin premiership teams out the cup.. even we'd get gates not much lower than that even with all the Notts/Derbys/S Yorks clubs around us!!
I think their support has been amazing. Their fans have really got on board following their success. Would we echo that, not in a million years. Next season, despite a successful season Lincoln, Chesterfield, Notts County and Grimsby will all get bigger attendances than us.
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Re: The Sincil Bank Rehabilitation Centre for Former Stags

Postby Bradders » Sun Apr 16, 2017 4:49 pm

WeDeserveMore wrote:They should be getting much higher gates than what they are. A City club with absolutely no football competition around for miles and miles.... should be circa 12k really.

The core towns are about the same size, with Lincoln's Metropolitan Area population (i.e. commutable area) being slightly higher than the Mansfield District Council area. But I'd say that the outlying areas are much more heavily populated around here. Obviously we have the problem of people following other clubs not too far away, but my guess is that in League 1 we'd average 4500 for home matches, assuming mid-table performance. Lincoln would be about the same, maybe a little higher.
Lincoln's "City" status is there because of the Cathedral, and isn't very relevant to the attendances.
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Re: The Sincil Bank Rehabilitation Centre for Former Stags

Postby bellwhiff » Mon Apr 17, 2017 5:38 pm

Flicked through the channels in between BSB races to see N Arnold score a superb winner deep in injury time. Looks like they're up
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Re: The Sincil Bank Rehabilitation Centre for Former Stags

Postby Big yella » Mon Apr 17, 2017 6:19 pm

bellwhiff wrote:Flicked through the channels in between BSB races to see N Arnold score a superb winner deep in injury time. Looks like they're up
bellwhiff wrote:Who cares about them ?

Obviously you care. :lol:
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Re: The Sincil Bank Rehabilitation Centre for Former Stags

Postby bellwhiff » Mon Apr 17, 2017 6:27 pm

I don't care about them. I was merely pointing out an excellent finish by one of our former players. It reminded me of the Hereford game if I'm honest.
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Re: The Sincil Bank Rehabilitation Centre for Former Stags

Postby Rob » Mon Apr 17, 2017 6:33 pm

Another proper club in League 2 next season and a very short away trip for me. You can all pop in for a coffee on the way to the game if you want.
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Re: The Sincil Bank Rehabilitation Centre for Former Stags

Postby waddostag » Mon Apr 17, 2017 6:56 pm

Rob wrote:Another proper club in League 2 next season and a very short away trip for me. You can all pop in for a coffee on the way to the game if you want.

just down the road for me too. Can,t wait for our usual victory at the Bank. (Provided we don,t sneak promotion).
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Re: The Sincil Bank Rehabilitation Centre for Former Stags

Postby tmwilson » Mon Apr 17, 2017 9:13 pm

bellwhiff wrote:I don't care about them. I was merely pointing out an excellent finish by one of our former players. It reminded me of the Hereford game if I'm honest.


The first thing that I thought of was the Hereford game .

Excellent goal by Arnold . Top draw that .
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Re: The Sincil Bank Rehabilitation Centre for Former Stags

Postby arsene wengers coat » Fri Apr 21, 2017 3:32 pm

Millwall set to swoop in with a bid for Sean raggett. Their team is already being picked apart, like ours was.

Rhead won't be retained for league football. Be interesting to see what their rookie managers do to rebuild the side ready for league football.
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