Imps Hard-men Have Cards & Scars to prove it.

The Lincoln City card count for 2012/13 stood at 87 yellows and 6 reds.  The none shall pass attitude during a hard season came at a cost, but bravery and the desire to get stuck in is often misread by refs.  

Thanks for reading Neil Gentleman-Hobbs

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Simmos six foot soldiers took no prisoners that is for sure, but it was of no surprise to see Andrew Boyce live up to his nickname of Bank Beast Boyce, with Miller second.  Let us hope the budget and Simmo’s powers of persuasion can keep them, as well as Vadaine Oliver, Nat Brown, Dan Gray and Tony Diagne. Because in front of Farman they have proved they can take an awful lot of stick and give plenty back besides.  Tony Diagne’s wound was probably the worst – not for the squeamish –  but Dan Gray, Miller and Boyce all have some tasty scars. Brown played 3 games injured, as did Oliver, who only reacted once (a red) to some disgraceful treatment. Especially for any young pro just making his way in the trade. 

 

Well played lads, it is nice to see passion is still the fashion for those who don the stripes!

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Sq No NAME Fouls Fouled YC RC
5 Andrew Boyce 49 37 10 0
20 Tommy Miller 39 33 9 0
12 Jake Sheridan 28 30 8 1
10 Jamie Taylor 30 44 6 0
37 Mamadou Fofana 28 23 6 0
8 Alan Power 46 44 5 0
14 Vadaine Oliver 48 38 5 1
6 Scott Garner 14 3 5 0
18 Jake Jones 13 20 5 0
7 Adam Smith 18 17 4 1
15 Daniel Gray 21 19 3 1
16 Nicky Nicolau 11 9 3 0
4 Gary Mills 21 19 2 1
35 Paul Turnbull 7 5 2 0
2 Paul Robson 9 2 2 0
4 Todd Jordan 13 6 2 0
14 Tony Diagne 5 2 2 0
35 David Morgan 6 12 2 0
19 Jake Thomson 5 2 2 0
30 Peter Gilbert 10 11 1 1
34 Colin Larkin 6 13 1 0
23 Craig Hobson 9 8 1 0
17 Bradley Barraclough 2 1 1 0
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Posted on April 27, 2013, in Squad, Statistics, The Case For The Defence. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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