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About Max Mclean

My name's Max, and I enjoy playing, watching, listening to, reading about and writing about sport.

Linc Sport World Cup 2014 preview – Group A

The world cup kicks off with group A, naturally, on June 12 2014. Brazil, the hosts, will take on Croatia, in what seems to be their toughest group fixture on paper, and will be strong favourites to progress from their group, with no recognisable world football superpower in their way at this stage.

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Lincoln not underestimating game against Tamworth

Ahead of Saturday’s trip to Tamworth, Charlie Adams spoke of his positive experience on loan at Lincoln City so far. “Yeah it’s been really good, a great experience for me. It’s good to get games under my belt. “It’s more direct here in the conference, u21s is more laid back, on the floor passing, but […]

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Simpson refuses to get carried away by play-off positions

Speaking ahead of Lincoln City’s trip to Gateshead, manager Gary Simpson was in positive mood, saying the team’s focus was on “trying to keep that momentum going.”

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Imps defeated by promotion chasing Nuneaton

Match report by Adam Allcroft Lincoln City’s spirited second half display could not stop Nuneaton Town winning 2-1.

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Lincoln draw in ‘topsy turvy’ game against Woking

Written by Liam Ray. A late penalty save from Imps goalkeeper Paul Farman helped Lincoln to a battling 2-2 draw at home to Woking.

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Former Lincoln Ladies captain joins PFA committee

Former Lincoln Ladies captain Casey Stoney has become the first woman on the Professional Footballer’s Association management committee this week, joining new members Kolo Toure, Grant Holt and Matt Jarvis.

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No seeding for England in World Cup 2014 draw

After all the excitement that followed England’s eventual straightforward qualification for Brazil 2014, the browsing for tickets to Brazil and a decent sun tan lotion, England will in fact not be seeded for the finals.

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5 a side football league returns to the university

Lincoln’s university five a side leagues kick off this week, with the Sunday league already underway and the Wednesday league beginning today, October 16.

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Simpson Remains Pragmatic After Back to Back Defeats

Gary Simpson has warned that this weekend’s opponents, Hyde, “can cause you a massive problem.” Speaking at the club’s press conference, Simpson made it clear that despite Hyde’s league position, they are not to be taken lightly.

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Lincoln beat Wrexham to move back into Play-off positions

  Lincoln overcame a stern test against Wrexham today as they won 2-0 to further enhance their promotion credentials.

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