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Lincoln City football books and dvds and a virtual aerial tour of Sincil Bank Stadium. Great books about current and former Lincoln City players and Lincoln City managers and the history of Lincoln City football club.

Top recommended books include Lincoln City: The Official Diary of the Season 2003-2004, Past Imperfect, One Hell of a Season: Imps, Pilgrims and Tales of the Unexpected plus many more in the Lincoln City online bookshop

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Recommended Books
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Lincoln City: The Official Diary of the Season 2003-2004
This was another successful season for Lincoln City. The Imps secured their second visit to the play-offs within the space of two years and enjoyed a tough, productive campaign. At the start of the season Lincoln struggled to regain the form that had seen them secure promotion, struggling to find the right balance between defence and attack. After Keith Alexander revised his team however, the goals began to flow and with them came the confidence that promotion could once again be secured. Even though automatic promotion always seemed just out of reach, they stayed with the leading pack and pulled off some great results against their rivals. The Imps struggled towards the end of a long and arduous campaign, but still had enough left to book their place in the Division Three play-offs.

Past Imperfect
In Past Imperfect, former Lincolnshire Echo football writer Brian Halford takes the reader on a roller-coaster ride through the turbulent history of Lincoln City Football Club. Immaculately researched, Halford's book traces the story of The Imps from their roots in the burgeoning local football scene of the 1870s and 1880s through to the beginning of the 21st Century, chronicling along the way the history of a lower league club shrouded by joy, despair, tragedy and no little humour. Halford uncovers some fascinating stories and people as the proud founder members of the Second Division of the Football League survive a yo-yo existence for more than a century. Tales of financial penury, match fixing, egotistic chairmen, incompetent managers, personal tragedy and sheer bad luck illuminate this marvellous book as Halford elucidates the part played by Lincoln City by characters as diverse as Nikolai Gogol, Billy Meredith, John Foster Fraser MP, George Robledo, Billie Jo Spears, Graham Taylor and even a Torquay police dog!

One Hell of a Season: Imps, Pilgrims and Tales of the Unexpected
Charts the extraordinary progress of fierce rivals Lincoln City and Boston United during the 2002/03 Third Division campaign. As well as revealing details of Boston's contract irregularities scam, the book features weird and wonderful stories involving boardroom and budget battles, managerial bust-ups, racist and drunken scandals, an end-of-season bonus dispute and epileptic fits...not to mention the feats on the pitch.

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Sincil Bank information and aerial tour
Sincil Bank Sincil Bank home of Lincoln City football club. Directions to the ground, where to park, recommended pubs and places to eat and visit. Plus a virtual aerial tour of the stadium.

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