Monthly Archives: January 2016

Lincoln United face setback in promotion bid after defeat to Stafford Rangers

Lincoln United remain in the Evo-Stik First Division South play-offs, despite a 1-0 defeat to Stafford Rangers at The Sun Hat Villas Stadium.

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Lincoln City end winless run with victory at home to Guiseley

Chris Bush’s header was enough for Lincoln City to earn a 1-0 victory over Guiseley at Sincil Bank, and bring their miserable run of 11 winless games to an end.

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Lincoln City manager Chris Moyses insists they can still finish in National League play-offs

Chris Moyses remains upbeat about Lincoln City’s chances off a play-off spot by saying that “nobody in the squad is doubting it.”

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Cattle and Cane head to Lincoln

After multiple sell-out shows and a debut album that broke into the charts, Cattle and Cane are set to hit Lincoln’s Engine Shed next month.

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Dogs can understand human emotions, university research finds

Dogs are able to recognise human emotions by using their senses, according to a new study by professors at the University of Lincoln and Brazil’s University of São Paulo.

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Lincoln City boss Chris Moyses given reassurances on his managerial position by Chairman Bob Dorrian

Chris Moyses says he’s received a vote of confidence from Bob Dorrian as he prepares to revitalise the Imps’ fading fortunes.

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A postcard from the past: Erasmus one year later

It was exactly a year ago today that I stood at my door, bags packed, ready to spend the next six months of my life in The Netherlands.

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Nottingham Forest youngster Josh Rees given week to impress in trial at Lincoln City

Nottingham Forest midfielder Josh Rees is one of three players who have been given the opportunity to impress the Lincoln City coaching staff this week.

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New Cote Brasserie in Lincoln to become first bar for the chain

Danyal Khan reports. After The Linc exclusively broke that Craft was due to close at the end of last year, it was also reported that they’d be replaced by a French brasserie, Cote.

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How to stay focused on your revision

Now Christmas has been and gone, it’s time to think about those dreaded exams. Jane Gadsby is here to tell us how we can stay focused on that all-important revision.

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