Connor Robinson & Action Jackson Look Dangerous.
Connor Robinson took his 23 minute opportunity against Worcester City by the scruff of the neck on Saturday. New loan signing Marlon Jackson also made a terrific start to his Lincoln City career.
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Both players were always eager to get on the ball and showed the sort of pace and ability that could unlock defences over the next few weeks. Were it not for some outstanding saves from Jose Veiga aka the Cape Crusader in the Blues goal the duo might have finished things at the first time of asking. Having weathered the Blue storm the green ranks responded and looked stronger as the second half progressed.
Connor beat three with a trademark dribble before unloading a fizzing effort that Veiga saved and held superbly. Marlon Jackson had longer to make an impact, with the quality signing showing pace, strength and desire throughout the game. Jackson looks useful in the air although the Imps still need a target man up front, with Jackson and Robinson certainly contenders for the wider roles in a terrifying trio.
Lincoln will look to progress tomorrow night, although the brave Blues will not roll over with a home pay-day against Plymouth Argyle at stake. To do that they must keep Nti and Thompson at bay and beat Jose Veiga the Cape Crusader in the Worcester City goal.