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JL: ‘What an absolute corker that game was’

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Views from Joseph Lovett after yesterday’s 3-2 win at home against Exeter City in League Two: “What do I know about football!? What an absolute corker that game was. Especially the second half!

That game could have been anything in the second half. Cracking atmosphere particularly in driving the team and encouraging them on. Exeter looked good going forward but pretty crap in defence. Not entirely sure how that one that hit the post in the second half didn’t go in. Our defending wasn’t good for either goals mind.

So glad that a set piece finally worked and a peach of a finish from green. And oh Ollie Palmer I love you! And I forgive you for taking off your shirt.

Some great performances out there: Eardley (surely POTS), Woodyard, Wharton, Bostwick.

One of the most entertaining games I’ve seen, despite the referee. Still not sure why Palmer’s second goal was disallowed!? He was a joke and I lost my head after that!

Huge game and I still haven’t fully come to my senses. I’m buzzing. Huge game. Time to enjoy a beer or six.

Still not gathered.”

Reaction On 100% Imps & Social Media:

NottyImp: “Possibly the most entertaining game I’ve seen at SB in a decade. Pure entertainment in the second half and a truly gutsy win after a soft early goal. Palmer’s goals/minutes ratio must be pretty amazing and it was a lovely drilled finish from him. Green’s goal was well taken after a textbook free-kick routine that caught Exeter napping.

Eardley was just superb again but everyone played their part today.

This is an amazing time to be an Imp. I’m on the red wine now!”

Jaggy Imp: “That second half performance was a thing of beauty. I thought we were the better team in the first as well, but being able to step it up like we did was really impressive. Special mention to the Exeter fans as well – as good as we’ve heard at the Bank this season and their celebrations for the equaliser were epic.”

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Thank you to Graham Burrell and Lincoln City FC for the photograph.

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