Vital Lincoln City – League One Season Preview 2020-21 (Part One)

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Part One – Page One: Accrington Stanley, AFC Wimbledon, Blackpool, Bristol Rovers, Burton Albion and Charlton Athletic.

Part One – Page Two: Crewe Alexandra, Doncaster Rovers, Fleetwood Town, Gillingham, Hull City and Ipswich Town.

Part Two – Page OneLincoln City, Milton Keynes Dons, Northampton Town, Oxford United, Peterborough United and Plymouth Argyle.

Part Two – Page TwoPortsmouth, Rochdale, Shrewsbury, Sunderland, Swindon Town and Wigan Athletic.


Last season: 2nd in League Two (promoted)
P37 W20 D9 L8 F67 A43 Pts69
Average attendance: 4,580

Chairman: John Bowler MBE, 83 (appointed 1987)

Manager: David Artell, 39 (appointed January 2017)

David Artell’s managerial record:
League games only – play-offs and cup games not included.

Players out (7):

Goalkeepers (0):

Defenders (1):
Nicky Hunt, 36 (Darlington)

Midfielders (3):
Paul Green, 37 (Boston United)
James Jones, 24 (Lincoln City)
Connor Heath, 19 (Nantwich Town)

Forwards (3):
Shaun Miller, 32 (Bolton Wanderers)
Lewis Reilly, 21 (Chorley)
Aaron Lomas, 19

Players in (5):

Goalkeepers (0):

Defenders (2):
Omar Beckles, 28 (Shrewsbury Town)
Donervon Daniels, 26 (Luton Town)

Midfielders (1):
Luke Murphy, 30 (Bolton Wanderers)

Forwards (2):
Mikael Mandron, 25 (Gillingham)
Offrande Zanzala, 23 (Accrington Stanley)

Average age of players out: 26
Average age of players in: 26

Number of players in squad: 32

Player of the Season 2019-20: Ryan Wintle, 23 (defensive midfield)

One to watch: Ryan Wintle, 23 (defensive midfield)

Season ticket sales: not disclosed

Ground capacity: 10,101

Visiting supporter capacity: 1,694 (all seated)

P12 W7 D2 L3 F28 A15
4/8 CONNAH’S QUAY NOMADS H 3-1 Powell, Kirk, Ainley
8/8 BALA TOWN H 4-0 Finney, Zanzala, Porter, OG
11/8 Salford City A 4-1 Finney, Porter, Powell, Mandron
14/8 ACCRINGTON STANLEY U23 H 4-2 Zanzala 3, Robbins
15/8 WALSALL H 2-0 Ainley, Powell
18/8 Nantwich Town A 2-4 Nolan, OG
18/8 Witton Albion A 4-0 Griffiths, Finney, Onyeka, Mandron
22/8 BARNSLEY H 0-2
25/8 Newcastle United N 0-3 at St Ethelburga’s, York
27/8 Wolverhampton Wanderers U23 N 1-1 Dale at Lilleshall
28/8 Bolton Wanderers A 3-0 Powell, Kirk, Zanzala
2/9 Kidsgrove Athletic A 1-1 Mandron (pen)


“It is certainly a buyers’ market because there should be a lot of players available but that doesn’t distinguish us from anybody else in League One, it will be the same at Shrewsbury, Plymouth and Sunderland.” – Crewe manager David Artell

After three mediocre seasons under manager David Artell, Crewe’s promotion last season came as a surprise to many. Indeed, EFL sponsors Sky Bet made them fifteenth favourites for promotion last July with the same odds as eventual wooden spoonists Stevenage. Despite a convincing home defeat by Plymouth on the opening day of the season, Crewe were in the top three by the end of August and remained there for the rest of the curtailed season.

The challenge now becomes survival in League One. As 2018-19 League Two champions Lincoln discovered last season, standards in League One are far higher, so much so that they now have just one player remaining from their title-winning squad. For his part, League Two Manager of the Year Artell released just six players following promotion under changed circumstances. Much of that was driven by recognition of the problems with recruitment caused by the pandemic and also by the late finish to the Championship season. He was pragmatic enough to acknowledge that Crewe would not be at the forefront for players cascading down from higher tiers, although he chose to play a waiting game throughout the summer until retained lists were confirmed by Championship clubs.

Other than the departure of midfielder James Jones to Lincoln, Artell has managed to keep his squad together. The spine of the team has been noticeably strengthened. In comes striker Mikael Mandron after scoring five for Gillingham in his debut season in League One, and Offrande Zanzala from Accrington has scored regularly during pre-season. Experienced midfielder Luke Murphy returns after two disastrous seasons at Bolton, while Donervon Daniels and Omar Beckles have great experience of League One and will form a new partnership in central defence. Crewe undertook a challenging schedule of twelve pre-season games in just 30 days, by far the highest number of any League One club. With an intense schedule of fixtures about to unfold, it remains to be seen whether that was the right decision.

At the bookies (Sky Bet): 14/1

Prediction: Bottom half, should have enough to stay up.


Last season: 9th
P34 W15 D9 L10 F51 A33 Pts54
Average attendance: 8,252

Chairman: David Blunt, 71 (appointed August 2014)

Manager: Darren Moore, 46 (appointed July 2019)

Darren Moore’s managerial record:
League games only – play-offs and cup games not included.

Players out (10):

Goalkeepers (0):

Defenders (3):
Alex Baptiste, 34 (Bolton Wanderers)
Shane Blaney, 21
Rian McLean, 21

Midfielders (2):
Matty Blair, 31 (Cheltenham Town)
Kieran Sadlier, 25 (Rotherham United)

Forwards (5):
Devante Cole, 25
Alex Kiwomya, 24
Max Watters, 21
Rieves Boocock, 19 (Cleethorpes Town)
Myron Gibbons, 19

Players in (6):

Goalkeepers (1):
Josef Bursik, 20 (Stoke City – season loan)

Defenders (1):
Cameron John, 21 (Wolverhampton Wanderers)

Midfielders (3):
Ed Williams, 25 (Kidderminster Harriers)
Jason Lokilo, 21 (Crystal Palace)
Taylor Richards, 19 (Brighton & Hove Albion – season loan)

Forwards (1):
Tyreece John-Jules, 19 (Arsenal – season loan)

Average age of players out: 24
Average age of players in: 21

Number of players in squad: 23

Player of the Season 2019-20: not awarded

One to watch: Ben Whiteman, 24 (central midfield)

Season ticket sales: not disclosed

Ground capacity: 15,231

Visiting supporter capacity: 3,344

P5 W3 D1 L1 F12 A10
15/8 Scunthorpe United A 3-2 Halliday, Whiteman, Anderson
18/8 Bradford City A 4-3 Okenabirhie 2, Lokilo, Coppinger
22/8 Derby County A 0-0
26/8 Rotherham United A 0-5
3/9 MANCHESTER UNITED U23 H 5-0 Taylor 2, Gomes, Coppinger, Trialist


“We want to get players in as quickly as possible but it’s probably not all going to happen at once.

We’re playing it by ear on our budget because we don’t know when the stadiums are going to open, when that revenue will be coming again on a regular basis. Hopefully we as a society and a nation can continue to do our bit for the health and safety of everybody so the day when we get fans in sporting stadiums comes sooner rather than later.” – Doncaster Rovers manager Darren Moore

Despite flirting with the play-off places for virtually the whole of the 2019-20 season, Doncaster spent just one week in the top six. It was a frustrating year for Darren Moore in his first season at the Keepmoat, with his side consistently falling just short of a promotion challenge. Early season problems with Bury and Bolton caused disruption to their fixture schedule, and Doncaster never caught up.

Off the field, Rovers are another club posting regular losses, specifically £2.14 million, £2.79 million and £1.85 million for the last three financial years. The vast majority of that money is owed to Club Doncaster Ltd, the organisation that owns the club; therefore it will not be called in, and no interest is applied. Quite how the salary cap will impact on that remains to be seen, although they were not carrying one of the larger squads in the division.

Summer transfer business was minimal as Doncaster sought to address the imminent challenges of that salary cap. Manager Moore believes that patience during the summer window is the best approach, and there were very few arrivals before the end of August. The loss of top scorer Kieran Sadlier to Rotherham was expected but far from ideal, while Matty Blair’s decision to reject a contract in favour of League Two Cheltenham was a surprise. Two loanees from last season in Cameron John and Jason Lokilo have returned on a permanent basis, but Rovers look light in attack at the time of writing. Former Imp Tyreece John-Jules has joined on loan, but expect Moore to sign two more strikers before the window closes.

One familiar feature at the Keepmoat that will be seen for the final time this season is midfielder James Coppinger. Joining the club from Exeter in 2004, Coppinger has announced that this will be his seventeenth and final year after a club record 631 appearances to date.

Doncaster had one of the best defences in League One last season, conceding less than a goal per game. That defence has been retained, and with the addition of extra firepower there is no reason to believe they cannot do well this season. Although not possessing one of the biggest or best squads in the division, Darren Moore has a great reputation as a coach and could cause a few surprises if the big clubs again fail to achieve.

At the bookies (Sky Bet): 10/1

Prediction: Mid-table security unless some good striking options are found.


Last season: 6th (lost in play-off semi-final)
P35 W16 D12 L7 F51 A38 Pts60
Average attendance: 3,130

Chairman/owner: Andy Pilley, 50 (appointed August 2004)

Manager: Joey Barton, 37 (appointed June 2018)

Joey Barton’s managerial record:
League games only – play-offs and cup games not included.

Players out (8):

Goalkeepers (2):
Matt Gilks, 38 (Bolton Wanderers)
James Cottam, 19

Defenders (1):

Lewie Coyle, 24 (Hull City)

Midfielders (3):
Dean Marney, 36
Kyle Dempsey, 24 (Gillingham)
Ashley Hunter, 24 (Salford City)

Forwards (2):
Conor McAleny, 28 (Oldham Athletic)
Gerard Garner, 21

Players in (5):

Goalkeepers (1):
Joel Coleman, 24 (Huddersfield Town)

Defenders (1):
Morgan Boyes, 19 (Liverpool – season loan)

Midfielders (3):
Mark Duffy, 34 (Sheffield United)
Callum Camps, 24 (Rochdale)
Jordan Rossiter, 23 (Glasgow Rangers)

Forwards (0):

Average age of players out: 26
Average age of players in: 25

Number of players in squad: 16

Player of the Season 2019-20: not awarded

One to watch: Jordan Rossiter, 24 (central midfield)

Season ticket sales: not disclosed

Ground capacity: 5,327 (smallest in League One)

Visiting supporter capacity: 1,131 (831 standing, 300 seated)

P5 W3 D0 L2 F12 A8
11/8 CARLISLE UNITED H 4-2 Evans, Morris, Trialist, OG
15/8 Stockport County A 2-0 Morris, Madden
18/8 PORT VALE H 1-2 Saunders
29/8 DARLINGTON H 4-0 Madden 3, Burns


Having enjoyed a very consistent season in which they conceded barely a goal per game, Fleetwood Town’s suicidal performance in the first leg of their play-off semi-final against Wycombe was entirely out of character. Manager Joey Barton called the 4-1 home defeat the worst 90 minutes of his career, and it will be interesting to see how Fleetwood react in Barton’s third season at Highbury Stadium. Quite how such a tiny club would have fared in the Championship remains unanswered, although the ambition will be unchanged.

Owner Andy Pilley continues to pour large sums into a club with limited support, a factor compounded by Blackpool’s resurgence under new ownership. Losses during the 2018-19 financial year amounted to £5.95 million, and that included profits from player sales. The total debt owed to Pilley and his companies now amounts to £17 million, which he says will not be recalled until the club is able to repay them (i.e. never). Pilley has invested another £1 million in the club’s already extensive academy, in addition to funding a very healthy playing budget. Financial experts believe Fleetwood will be hit hard by the salary cap once implemented, although there will be a number of clubs facing the same problem. Perhaps this season will be make or bust for many.

The defensive hara-kiri against Wycombe apart, Barton has tried to retain his normally tight defence in its entirety, although he lost full-back Lewie Coyle to Hull for a rumoured £350,000 in August. Signings have been impressive, with one of last season’s loanees Jordan Rossiter returning from Rangers on a permanent basis. Sheffield United’s Mark Duffy will add experience alongside Rossiter, while Callum Camps from Rochdale completes a new-look midfield. The highly-rated Morgan Boyes joins from Liverpool U23 for a season, adding to that mean defence.

Fleetwood already look set for another assault on the play-off places after a good summer, and there will be further additions before the window closes. Time may well be of the essence in another way: Barton still has to stand trial for his alleged assault against then Barnsley manager Daniel Stendel in April 2019, the case being adjourned until June 2021.

At the bookies (Sky Bet): 7/2

Prediction: Another play-off challenge.


Last season: 10th
P35 W12 D15 L8 F42 A34 Pts51
Average attendance: 5,233

Chairman/owner: Paul Scally, 64 (appointed May 1995)

Manager: Steve Evans, 57 (appointed June 2019)

Steve Evans’ managerial record:
League games only – play-offs and cup games not included.

Players out (8):

Goalkeepers (0):

Defenders (2):
Barry Fuller, 35 (Dorking Wanderers)
Max Ehmer, 28 (Bristol Rovers)

Midfielders (5):
Ben Pringle, 32 (Morecambe)
Mark Byrne, 31 (Shelbourne)
Ousseynou Cissé, 29 (Leyton Orient)
Regan Charles-Cook, 23 (Ross County)
TJ Bramble, 19 (Dover Athletic)

Forwards (1):
Mikael Mandron, 25 (Crewe Alexandra)

Players in (10):

Goalkeepers (0):

Defenders (4):
Ryan Jackson, 30 (Colchester United)
Christian Maghoma, 22 (Arka Gdynia – Poland)
Robbie McKenzie, 21 (Hull City)
Zech Medley, 20 (Arsenal – season loan)

Midfielders (4):
Alex MacDonald, 30 (Mansfield Town)
Jacob Mellis, 29 (Bolton Wanderers)
Jordan Graham, 25 (Wolverhampton Wanderers)
Kyle Dempsey, 24 (Fleetwood Town)

Forwards (2):
Vadaine Oliver, 28 (Northampton Town)
Trae Coyle, 19 (Arsenal – season loan)

Average age of players out: 27
Average age of players in: 24

Number of players in squad: 20

Player of the Season 2019-20: Connor Ogilvie, 24 (left-back)

One to watch: Jordan Graham, 25 (winger)

Season ticket sales: not disclosed

Ground capacity: 11,582

Visiting supporter capacity: 1,700 (all seated)

P5 W2 D1 L2 F6 A4
15/8 Colchester United A 2-0 O’Keefe, Ogilvie
18/8 Watford XI A 3-1 Graham, Willock, Akinde
22/8 Reading A 1-2 Akinde (pen)
29/8 Leyton Orient A 0-1


“For us to finish in the top group with arguably the lowest resources in League 1 to build a team will take some achievement, but we finished 10th last season with the same difficulty. Recruitment and coaching is key for us in our ambitious plans but I really believe we can do it and break into the elite group.” – Gillingham manager Steve Evans

Gillingham enjoyed a good 2019-20 season under the manager other supporters love to hate, although they were last season’s bore draw specialists with fifteen. Their 35 league games saw just 76 goals scored, the second-lowest total in League One. Manager Steve Evans acknowledges that his side did not score enough goals relative to possession, and he sought to address that with the signing of John Akinde in January. It failed to have the desired effect, with Akinde contributing just one goal in nine appearances as Gillingham eventually finished in tenth place.

Gillingham were one of a number of clubs who refused to offer contracts until a start date for the new season was confirmed. This stance caused the loss of long-serving centre-half Max Ehmer to Bristol Rovers. That desire to live within the club’s means is driven by owner Paul Scally, who has now completed 25 years in charge at Priestfield. The familiar financial challenges remain though, and Gillingham closed their ladies team in June as an economy measure.

The recruitment process was made more difficult when three players rejected contract offers (Mikael Mandron, Max Ehmer and Regan Charles-Cook), although outgoings were minimal. The capture of promising defender Robbie McKenzie from Hull could prove the key acquisition, while winger Jordan Graham from Wolves is a good signing for League One. It was a surprise to see Kyle Dempsey released by Fleetwood, and it will be interesting to see how Arsenal U23 starlets Zech Medley and Trae Coyle perform on season loans. Jacob Mellis is an interesting signing – he is due to stand trial for assault in the autumn.

Evans claims to have the smallest resources in League One, but still believes his club can challenge Sunderland and the other big spenders at the top of the league. Also of interest will be whether Evans can complete two full seasons at a club for the first time since his spell at Rotherham ended in 2015. As far as Lincoln fans are concerned, the presence of Evans renders this fixture more attractive than it would otherwise be, especially considering his amusing altercation with Michael Appleton at Sincil Bank last season. It will be interesting to see whether Evans stays in his box on his next visit.

At the bookies (Sky Bet): 15/2

Prediction: Difficult to see anything more than a mid-table season with such a small squad.


Last season: 24th in the Championship (relegated)
P46 W12 D9 L25 F57 A87 Pts45
Average attendance: 11,614

Chairman/owner: Assem Allam, 81 (appointed December 2010)

Manager: Grant McCann, 40 (appointed June 2019)

Grant McCann’s managerial record:
League games only – play-offs and cup games not included.

Players out (11):

Goalkeepers (1):
Will Mannion, 22 (Pafos – Cyprus)

Defenders (5):
Eric Lichaj, 31 (Fatih Karagümrück – Turkey)
Ryan Tafazolli, 28 (Wycombe Wanderers)
Angus MacDonald, 27 (Rotherham United)
Stephen Kingsley, 26
Robbie McKenzie, 21 (Gillingham)

Midfielders (4):
Markus Henriksen, 28
Jackson Irvine, 27
Kevin Stewart, 26
Jon Toral, 25 (Birmingham City)

Forwards (1):

Nouha Dicko, 28

Players in (7):

Goalkeepers (0):

Defenders (4):
Lewie Coyle, 24 (Fleetwood Town)
Josh Emmanuel, 23 (Bolton Wanderers)
Alfie Jones, 22 (Southampton)
Festus Arthur, 20 (Stockport County)

Midfielders (2):
Richie Smallwood, 29 (Blackburn Rovers)
Greg Docherty, 23 (Glasgow Rangers)

Forwards (1):
Mallik Wilks, 21 (Barnsley)

Average age of players out: 26
Average age of players in: 23

Number of players in squad: 26

Player of the Season 2019-20: not awarded

One to watch: Richie Smallwood, 29 (central midfield)

Season ticket sales: not disclosed

Ground capacity: 25,586

Visiting supporter capacity: 2,510 (all seated)


Hull are believed to have played a number of friendly matches, but there appears to have been a media embargo on reporting anything about them.


“I’m already looking forward to the challenge of trying to get this club back into the Championship and beyond. Of course, it’s going to be tough. League One is a tough, tough division and we’ve got to be ready for that.” – Hull City manager Grant McCann

And so Hull City become the latest former Premier League club to be relegated to the third tier, but it was a season that promised so much at one stage. A 1-0 win at Sheffield Wednesday on New Year’s Day left Hull just a point outside the play-offs, but a depressing run of just 6 points from 20 games saw them relegated after a final day defeat at Cardiff. Hull conceded an eyewatering 53 goals during that run including the club’s joint record defeat, an 8-0 thumping by relegation rivals Wigan that saw them 7-0 down at half-time. Criticism of manager Grant McCann’s tactics and inability to reverse the side’s terminal tailspin were rife on social media, with fans calling for his dismissal. Another unwanted club record of 13 home defeats and ongoing rancour between the fans and the club’s owners completes an unhappy backdrop for Hull’s first season in the third tier since 2004-05.

Grant McCann displayed few signs of mourning following his side’s abject capitulation last season, and was immediately pragmatic about the challenge of League One. Having unexpectedly received the backing of the club’s owners, he was tasked with overhauling a dispirited squad in preparation for League One. Former imp Eric Lichaj refused to return after lockdown and departed during the summer along with a number of players who seemed surprised to be released. Hull have made a number of impressive signings including Richie Smallwood and Greg Docherty in midfield, and talented right-back Lewie Coyle from Fleetwood for a rumoured £350,000 fee. McCann has a squad that should be capable of doing well in League One, but will he be able to motivate and organise a set of players used to losing? He does not have the fans on his side, and they will be unforgiving if the negative momentum continues. The first six weeks of the season could prove critical to his future.

Hull’s long-suffering fans will be hoping for a swift return to the Championship, but they were relegated in poor shape. Ipswich and Sunderland did not find League One to be a breeze a year ago, and there is no obvious reason why Hull should. Fears of another relegation are unfounded, although a good start will be necessary if disenchanted fans are to return.

At the bookies (Sky Bet): 4/1

Prediction: Should do well with their squad, but the play-offs will probably be the limit.


Last season: 11th
P36 W14 D10 L12 F46 A36 Pts52
Average attendance: 19,549 (up 10% on 2018-19)

Chairman/owner: Marcus Evans, 56 (appointed December 2007)

Manager: Paul Lambert, 51 (appointed October 2018)

Paul Lambert’s managerial record:
League games only – play-offs and cup games not included.

Players out (4):

Goalkeepers (0):

Defenders (1):
James Collins, 35

Midfielders (2):
Danny Rowe, 28
Jordan Roberts, 26 (Heart Of Midlothian)

Forwards (1):
Will Keane, 27

Players in (3):

Goalkeepers (1):
David Cornell, 29 (Northampton Town)

Defenders (1):
Stephen Ward, 35 (Stoke City)

Midfielders (0):

Forwards (1):
Oliver Hawkins, 28 (Portsmouth)

Average age of players out: 29
Average age of players in: 31

Number of players in squad: 28

Player of the Season 2019-20: not awarded

One to watch: Flynn Downes, 21 (central midfield)

Season ticket sales: not disclosed (11,900 in 2019-20)

Ground capacity: 30,311

Visiting supporter capacity: 1,900 (all seated)

P5 W2 D0 L3 F6 A8
18/8 Colchester United (match A) A 4-0 Drinan 2, Edwards, El Mizouni
18/8 Colchester United (match B) A 1-0 Judge
22/8 Tottenham Hotspur A 0-3
25/8 WEST HAM UNITED H 1-4 Sears
29/8 Cambridge United A 0-1


“Relegation from the Championship was hard to take and the 2019/20 season ended in disappointment after starting so brightly but there is no doubt that the year ahead presents the biggest challenge of my time as owner at this fantastic football club.– Ipswich owner Marcus Evans

When he assumed control of Ipswich Town in December 2007, it is very unlikely that Marcus Evans considered English football’s third tier as a possible destination. Yet his club now faces a second season in League One after a hugely disappointing mid-table finish after relegation. Only five clubs in the division had a worse home record than Ipswich last season, yet the average attendance actually increased on the 2018-19 Championship season. The support is still there, although a swift return to the second tier appears vital if that is to continue.

Evans also believes Ipswich have been hit harder by the corona lockdown than most League One clubs, and the refund options for season ticket holders certainly indicated that cash flow is not strong. Running costs will be high comparatively, and Evans states that a return to full capacity as soon as possible is key to the wellbeing of the club.

Summer business was almost non-existent, with four fringe players released in May and three replacements announced on the same day in mid-August. Premier League clubs are circling for starlet Flynn Downes, and Ipswich may be forced to sell to meet the salary cap. With an annual wage bill estimated at around £5m to £6m, major surgery will be required next summer if Ipswich are still in League One. Paul Lambert is not universally popular with the supporters and will not have time on his side in any sense. Interestingly, Ipswich returned to training on 22 July, before any other League One club. However, a somewhat odd set of pre-season friendlies included a heavy home defeat to West Ham and another defeat away to Spurs, casting doubt over what purpose those games really served.

If what Marcus Evans says is correct, this is a vital season for Ipswich. The advent of the salary cap simply adds to their problems, should this season end in further disappointment. Many supporters feel manager Lambert is on borrowed time after Ipswich’s lowest league finish since 1953, but it is difficult to see them being as poor this time around.

At the bookies (Sky Bet): 4/1

Prediction: Outside bet for the play-offs at best unless something changes.

Writer: Scotimp

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