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eBay: John Marquis Shirts: 1 Signed Player Issue Home Shirt & 1 Match-Worn Third Shirt

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Image for eBay: John Marquis Shirts: 1 Signed Player Issue Home Shirt & 1 Match-Worn Third Shirt

During the 2021/22 season, Vital Lincoln City sponsored Sean Roughan (home and away), John Marquis (home), eleven of the Lincoln City U18s players, and a donation of just over £2,100.00 towards the Stacey West Development Fund which raised an incredible £10,000.00 thanks to the support of https://staceywest.net/, Imptoons, the Lady Imps Supporters Association, and Burton Road Chippy.

Thank you to those that have played a part in making this happen by posting on the forum, reading our front page articles, voting on polls, doing our quizzes and making donations!

Next season, we’re looking to build a pot of money to make a donation towards the playing budget in August and also continue our sponsorship of first-team and academy players.

Our main source of income, as always, will be the forum, but we would also like to start doing more auctions on eBay, so if you have got any match-worn and/or signed shirts or any other signed memorabilia that we can auction, please get in touch one way or another: Private Message on 100% Imps, via our Facebook Page or on Twitter.

We currently have two John Marquis shirts on eBay, with bidding closing on one tonight and the other on Sunday. The links to both shirts can be found below!

Signed Player Issue John Marquis Lincoln City Home Shirt (ending tonight)

Match Worn John Marquis Lincoln City Third Shirt (ending Sunday)

We have also published our Spring 2022 Quiz in three parts, which can be found here: Part One, Part Two, and Part Three.

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What unusual circumstance led to 21,025 people turning up at Sincil Bank for the 2-2 draw with Sheffield Wednesday on Wednesday 7 September 1955?

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What reason did 21-year-old striker Fred Trueman give for declining a contract offer from Bill Anderson in November 1952?

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Which player scored a hat-trick against the Imps and was sold for £113m two years later?

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