Woking Spring Late Surprises On Imps then?
Thoughts move to Kingfield Stadium, Home of Woking FC with the first football Saturday upon us. As STMI warned would happen yesterday, 15 man Woking surprisingly announce the first of those late signings with ex Swindon, Norwich, MK Dons, Wycombe and Macc midfielder Anthony McNamee appearing from the shadows. Boss Gary Hill is a master of this, let us hope 5 pm ticks by with no more, especially a repeat of the two loan strikers last year.
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Lincoln of course go into this as prepared as they can be, a long drive before them, but pulled to victory by the Imps who are set to travel in numbers with 300 plus said to be planning to travel plus of course the London Imps contingent.
Woking will be no push-overs but this is a game you fancy the Imps to get at least a point from with doubts over just Ade Yussuff. An 11 V 11 game at the training ground also suggests Lincoln could change the formation and may go with two up front in the knowledge that Hill will pack the midfield Boston style, with 5.
Opening fixtures are never easy to predict but on paper Lincoln have the quality, the question is can we mix it against a side that take no prisoners and will see us, a full-time side, as their first big scalp of the season.