Monthly Archives: February 2011

Tilson aims for City response against U’s

Lincoln City face a tough task on Tuesday evening when Oxford United visit Sincil Bank.

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Podcast: The Linc Weekly

The podcast with everything you need to know from the last seven days — it’s the new episode of The Linc Weekly.

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United deservedly draw as Fleming reign begins

Terry Fleming kicked off his reign at Lincoln United with a 1-1 draw at home to Market Drayton Town.

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Barnet 4 Imps 2

League Two strugglers Barnet beat Lincoln City on Saturday afternoon with the score ending 4-2 at Underhill.

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Imps look to increase Bees’ woes

Lincoln City look to continue their very good record against Barnet on Saturday, as they face the league’s bottom side at Underhill.

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Don’t blame the foreigners

The influx of foreign players is often blamed for England’s poor national team performances. Tim Long makes the case for the defence.

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Paul isn’t quite out of this world

Simon Pegg and Nick Frost star in their third film together, “Paul”. But without writer Edgar Wright at the helm, does it live up to their former successes?

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Countdown to SU elections begins as nominations open

As the nomination period opens for the 2011 Students’ Union elections it seems there is some new blood and that we will have to say goodbye to some familiar faces.

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How education cuts will affect Lincoln

How the University of Lincoln will be affected by the cuts to higher education funding will be discussed at the LPAC in an event at 5pm on Wednesday, February 23rd.

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MCR aren’t the ‘Killjoys’ they used to be

On their first UK tour since the release of their fourth studio album, My Chemical Romance brought their World Contamination Tour to Nottingham arena.

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