Date: 12th March 2020 at 8:42pm
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The Vital Lincoln City members’ voted for whom they believe was The Imps Man of The Match in their 3-2 win at home against Burton Albion in League One.

Views from PerthImp: “Gone for Hopper. Still relatively new and not been outstanding so far, nor shown any particularly outstanding glimpses of quality – until Saturday. Two goals – the second superbly taken – and he produced some great hold-up and link-up play despite some heavy marking. More to come hopefully.”

Here’s how the poll finished:

Vickers: 7 votes – 20.6%
Eardley: 0 votes – 0.0%
Bostwick: 0 votes – 0.0%
Sheehan: 0 votes – 0.0%
Melbourne: 1 vote – 2.9%
Bridcutt: 0 votes – 0.0%
Coventry: 2 votes – 5.9%
Scully: 2 votes – 5.9%
Morrell: 0 votes – 0.0%
Grant: 0 votes – 0.0%
Hopper: 22 votes – 64.7%

More Comments:

berksimps: “Josh Vickers for once. A much-improved performance which got better as the game progressed. He helped ensure we kept the three points with his tremendous penalty save and a late block. Just what was needed.”

Riiiiik: “Gone for Josh. Not just the penalty save but some impressive punches 2nd half when it could have all gone wrong trying to catch the ball whilst under pressure from their players. Strong performances from Morrell, Hopper and Bridcutt too.”

Casperimp: “I have gone for Hopper as I thought he had his best game for us. Despite his penalty save I couldn’t go for Vickers because although he had a good game I thought he should have done better with their opening goal. We were perfectly in line with it and their player hit it straight at Vickers and it went straight through him. I just think a professional goalkeeper should at least get something on it when the ball is hit directly at them.

EastvilleIMP: “Hopper for me, Vickers got better and had a good game – but still had a flap at a corner, thought he could have done better for the first and appears to still punch balls that look like they are there for catching (maybe I’m being harsh, especially as he as well as a few others kept the 3 points for us!).”

Previous Winners:

August 2019:

Accrington Stanley (h): Jack Payne: 33 votes – 51.6%
Rotherham United (a): Cian Bolger: 20 votes – 60.6%
Huddersfield Town (a – EFL Cup): Jack Payne: 8 votes – 34.8%
Southend United (h): Jack Payne: 24 votes – 53.3%
Milton Keynes (a): Harry Toffolo: 17 votes – 58.6%
Doncaster Rovers (a): Joe Morrell: 10 votes – 52.6%
Everton (h – EFL Cup): Bruno Andrade: 20 votes – 34.5%
Fleetwood Town (h): Tyler Walker: 18 votes – 75.0%

September 2019:

Doncaster Rovers (a – EFL Trophy): Grant Smith/Cian Bolger: 3 votes – 33.3%
Wycombe Wanderers (a): John Akinde: 5 votes – 55.6%
Bristol Rovers (h): Joe Morrell: 16 votes – 66.7%
Rochdale (a): Harry Toffolo: 26 votes – 81.3%
Oxford United (h): The Supporters: 30 votes – 68.2%
Blackpool (a): Jack Payne: 4 votes – 44.4%

October 2019:

Manchester United U21s (h – EFL Trophy): Aaron Lewis: 18 votes – 60.0%
Sunderland (h): Bruno Andrade: 48 votes – 76.2%
Peterborough United (a): Michael O’Connor: 13 votes – 81.3%
Shrewsbury Town (h): Josh Vickers: 14 votes – 53.8%
Portsmouth (a): Bruno Andrade: 6 votes – 40.%

November 2019:

AFC Wimbledon (a): Michael O’Connor: 6 votes – 50.0%
Ipswich Town (a – FA Cup): Bruno Andrade: 7 votes – 70.0%
Rotherham United (h – EFL Trophy): Callum Connolly: 17 votes – 89.5%
Gillingham (a): Bruno Andrade: 3 votes – 50.0%
Ipswich Town (h – FA Cup): Harry Anderson: 4 votes – 19.0%

December 2019:

Burton Albion (a): Harry Anderson: 20 votes – 95.2%
Tranmere Rovers (h): Cian Bolger: 15 votes – 51.7%
Coventry City (a): Josh Vickers: 5 votes – 31.3%
Oxford United (a): Neal Eardley: 9 votes – 64.3%
Ipswich Town (h): Jake Hesketh: 17 votes – 58.6%

January 2020:

Peterborough United (h): Joe Morrell: 35 votes – 67.3%
Sunderland (a): Harry Toffolo: 9 votes – 45.0%
Shrewsbury Town (a): Harry Toffolo: 6 votes – 54.5%
Bolton Wanderers (h): Joe Morrell: 20 votes – 44.4%
Blackpool (h): Tayo Edun: 18 votes – 34.0%
Ipswich Town (a): Cian Bolger: 13 votes – 81.3%
Portsmouth (h): Joe Morrell: 13 votes – 52.0%

February 2020:

Southend United (a): Joe Morrell: 4 votes – 66.7%
Rotherham United (h): Liam Bridcutt: 26 votes – 63.4%
Milton Keynes (h): Liam Bridcutt: 14 votes – 77.8%
Accrington Stanley (a): Anthony Scully: 8 votes – 72.7%
Gillingham (h): Michael Bostwick: 14 votes – 60.9%

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