Taking top spot for the second time this season is Neal Eardley, who never seems to have a bad game. That trigger must be drawing ever closer.
Taking top spot for the second time this season is NEAL EARDLEY, who never seems to have a bad game. That trigger must be drawing ever closer.
“Outstanding. Never beaten in defence, one of the better performers in possession too.” (APHLCFC)
“The best signing this summer for me, consistent and always looks comfortable on the ball.” (Londonimp12)
“Great defensively and got forward a little more today.” (NottyImp)
In second place we have a very familiar name at the top of these ratings, ALEX WOODYARD. It is hard to imagine this team without him.
“Considering his size he holds the ball well, shields it and has very quick feet. Difficult for him to do more offensively today as he had nothing to aim at.” (PerthImp)
“Buzzed around, should play higher up imo.” (impsimps)
“Typical Woodyard.” (johnolbe)
Two players vie for third this week in JOSH VICKERS and ROB DICKIE.
“Not much to do but when he did have to keep them out, he certainly did his job with increasing confidence. I rate him.” (Impalex)
“Commanding (bar one mis-punch), great footwork. Do we miss Farms’ launches, tho?” (takeyourblueshirtoff)
“Solid, reliable and handled their big men well. Still able to bring the ball forward two or three times.” (PerthImp)
“Showed he can tough it when needed. Last 20 mins the 2 big men tested him but he stood firm.” (johnolbe)
The average team score of 6.12 is the lowest for a home game since the Aldershot match last November.
1. Neal Eardley 7.53
2. Alex Woodyard 7.42
3. Josh Vickers, Rob Dickie 6.88
5. Luke Waterfall 6.65
6. Sam Habergham 6.30
7. Matt Rhead, Nathan Arnold 6.23
9. Michael Bostwick 6.11
10. Ollie Palmer 5.61
11. Matt Green 5.03
12. Billy Knott 5.00
13. Josh Ginnelly 4.88
14. Jordan Maguire-Drew 4.80
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Thank you to Graham Burrell and Lincoln City FC for the photograph.
— Vital Lincoln City (@VitalLincoln) October 17, 2017