During the January Transfer Window The Imps made 8 signings: Danny Rowe, Lee Frecklington, Ellis Chapman (pro), James Wilson, Jordan Williams, Tom Pett, Scott Wharton, Ryan Allsop.
This is what we have to see us to the end of the season, free agents apart:
(All annual contract dates are to 30 June)
Josh Vickers (2019)
Paul Farman (2019)
Richard Walton (2018)
Ryan Allsop (loan to end of season)
Luke Waterfall (2019)
Sam Habergham (2019)
Neal Eardley (2018)
Sean Long (2018)
James Wilson (2020)
Jamie McCombe (first team coach)
Scott Wharton (loan to end of season)
Alex Woodyard (2019)
Michael Bostwick (2019)
Harry Anderson (2020)
Nathan Arnold (2018)
Billy Knott (2018 – on loan at Rochdale to end of season)
Elliott Whitehouse (2018)
Ellis Chapman (2020)
Lee Frecklington (2020)
Cameron Stewart (2018)
Tom Pett (2020)
Danny Rowe (loan to end of season)
Jordan Williams (loan to end of season)
Matt Green (2019)
Matt Rhead (2019)
Ollie Palmer (2019)
We have 21 players contracted to at least the end of this season plus Jamie McCombe (first team coach, still registered as a player). One of those players (Billy Knott) is out on loan.
We have 4 further players on loan to us to the end of the season (Allsop, Rowe, Williams and Wharton).
Views On 100% Imps:
Rasenimp: “I think today Pett is very encouraging but not much info on Wharton and reviews mixed on Allsopp, although a need had developed for a keeper.”
imps_joe: “No doubt we’ve strengthened overall. Rowe was the pick of the signings for me, been very impressed with him. Happy we’ve got a left sided centre back in and interested to see what Pett can do.
Most important pieces of business was keeping Woodyard and Eardley. I have no idea if anyone even came in for Eardley but he’s a cut above.”
Scotimp: “Wilson, Rowe, Frecklington and Pett are excellent signings for a League Two club – name one other club that has made signings of this magnitude.
The full list of League Two transfers will be posted later – compare what we have signed with the rest.
Forest Green’s 10 signings are well worth a giggle in particular.”
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Thank you to Graham Burrell and Lincoln City FC for the photograph.
— Vital Lincoln City (@VitalLincoln) February 1, 2018