Imps Heroes & Villains, Form & Easter Cards

Ahead of Cambridge and Kidderminster we thought it time to champion the battling qualities of the heroes and villains that are helping to put the pride back into the famous stripes. Oh yes indeed – the future’s bright, its red and white. STMI takes a look at the form of the Mighty Imps, the heroes, the villains, the goal machines and of course the vital remaining games. Cambridge will be massive on Monday, please be there if you can, as this will be another vital and defining moment for our beloved Imps future.

Thank you for reading Neil Gentleman-Hobbs 

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The Tale of The Tape

The Mighty Imps sit 15th, three points clear of the drop zone.  We are two points shy of Saviour Simmo’s target of 15 points with two home games against Cambridge and finally Tamworth, as well as tricky trips to Kidderminster, Luton Town,  and Hyde on the final day still to play.

Pos Team P W D L F A GD Pts
1 up 12 Kidderminster Harriers 42 24 9 9 71 38 33 81
2 up 7 Mansfield Town 39 25 5 9 76 46 30 80
11 down 1 Cambridge United 41 14 12 15 65 65 0 54
12 down 12 Dartford 39 15 8 16 56 57 -1 53
13 down 13 Braintree Town 38 15 7 16 53 64 -11 52
14 down 14 Hyde FC 41 15 6 20 58 64 -6 51
15 down 15 Lincoln City 41 13 10 18 59 65 -6 49
16 No Change Tamworth 40 13 9 18 47 56 -9 48
17 down 17 Alfreton Town 40 12 12 16 56 68 -12 48
18 up 2 Gateshead 40 11 14 15 49 52 -3 47
19 down 19 Nuneaton 41 11 14 16 47 59 -12 47
20 down 20 Southport 41 12 11 18 65 78 -13 47
21 down 21 Stockport County 41 12 10 19 52 66 -14 46
22 down 7 Barrow 40 11 11 18 42 70 -28 44
23 down 1 Ebbsfleet United 38 8 12 18 50 75 -25 36
24 down 24 AFC Telford United 42 5 16 21 49 72 -23 31

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The Mighty Imps Form

The Imps form saw us end up 4th overall in March, an exhilarating month.  April sees some really tough games for us.

Recent Results (last game 1st) Results breakdown
Alfreton 0                    
Lincoln 2   G W D L F A GD Pts Position
Braintree 0 Home  21 8 4 9 32 35 -3 28 16
Lincoln 3 Away  20 5 6 9 27 30 -3 21 17
Lincoln 3 Overall  41 13 10 18 59 65 -6 40 18
Telford 2 The last 5′s
Nuneaton 1   G W D L F A GD Pts Position
Lincoln 0 Overall 5 3 0 2 9 5 4 9 4
Lincoln 1 Home  5 2 1 2 5 5 0 7 15
Wrexham 2 Away 5 2 1 2 7 4 3 7 10
Lincoln 1 Form By Month
Southport 0   G W D L F A GD Pts Position
Macc T 2 January 5 0 2 3 7 12 -5 2 20
Lincoln 1 February 5 1 1 3 4 7 -3 4 19
March 8 1 3 12 8 0 13 8

The Road Ahead

With 5  games to play and 2-3 points to get, the Imps are not quite out of the woods yet. A win today would do as we have a tough run in. STMI also predicts the points we will take over the next six weeks

 
Apr 1 15:00 Lincoln City  v Cambridge United   1 – SD
Apr 6 15:00 Kidderminster Harriers  v Lincoln City   0 – L
Apr 9 19:45 Luton Town  v Lincoln City   0 – L
Apr 13 15:00 Lincoln City  v Tamworth   3 – W
Apr 20 17:15 Hyde  v Lincoln City   0 – L

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£££ – Ker-ching 

Highest Home Gate 5702 Grimsby Town
Lowest home gate 1379 Wrexham
Average Home Gate 2108  
Total Turnstile Clicks 44,274  

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Heroes & Villains

       
Heroes Goals   Assists
Taylor 14 Taylor 7
Oliver 10 Gray 4
Power 9 Power 4
Larkin 8 Smith/Oliver 3
Boyce/Nicolau 4 Miller/Sheridan
Robinson 4 Nicolau 3
Villains Yellows   Reds
Miller 9  Mills/Gilbert
Boyce 8  Smith/Grey 1
Power/Taylor/Oliver 6  Sheridan/Oliver 1
Sheridan/Fofana/Garner 5  Dali 1
YELLOWS 84  REDS 7

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Keeper corner-  Paul Farman

He has been brilliant and saved us far more points than he has cost us, earning a call up to the England C team.  Paul has manged 5 clean sheets and averaged a goal every 53 minutes despite some keystone kops defending at times that even saw him punching the ground after a double penalty save.

Games Sub Conceded Saves Mins Played Clean sheets Mins per goal Yc’s Rc’s
38 1 62 145 3494 7 56 1 0
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Posted on April 1, 2013, in Relegation Reprieve 2012/13, Sincil Stat Attacks, Squad, Statistics, Uncategorized, Writers - Neil Gentleman-Hobbs and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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