Due in no small part to his stunning free-kick, SAM HABERGHAM takes top spot in our ratings for the fourth time this season.
Due in no small part to his stunning free-kick, SAM HABERGHAM takes top spot in our ratings for the fourth time this season. This was one of those games when Mr Consistent became Mr Brilliant – it is hard to believe that Sam had never scored a goal in 224 career appearances prior to joining the Imps.
In second place comes the cameo king, ADAM MARRIOTT. Fully involved in both goals, how important could his substitute appearances be, come the 29th of April? Ipswich, Tranmere, and now Torquay – how many of this season’s defining moments have involved him?
PAUL FARMAN has been offered little opportunity to shine this season, being shut in behind the best City defence for many a year, but he has been outstanding when called upon. Taking third place this week, the influence of Jimmy Walker has been vital in Farman finally fulfilling his potential and becoming one of the best keepers in lower division football.
For the first time this season, Alex Woodyard drops below the par score of 6.0 – could that be enough to open the door for a team mate to take our player of the season spot?
The average team score of 6.62 is one of the lower ratings in recent weeks.
1. Sam Habergham 7.91
2. Adam Marriott 7.59
3. Paul Farman 7.28
4. Matt Rhead, Harry Anderson 7.00
6. Jack Muldoon 6.97
7. Sean Raggett 6.63
8. Luke Waterfall 6.59
9. Elliott Whitehouse 6.44
10. Sean Long 6.22
11. Nathan Arnold 6.19
12. Josh Ginnelly 6.09
13. Alex Woodyard 5.94
14. Billy Knott 4.88
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— Vital Lincoln City (@VitalLincoln) 20 April 2017