Date: 22nd October 2017 at 5:54pm
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The Vital Lincoln City members’ voted for whom they believe was The Imps Man of The Match in their 1-0 defeat away at Cheltenham Town in League Two.

The Vital Lincoln City members’ voted for whom they believe was The Imps Man of The Match in their 1-0 defeat away at Cheltenham Town in League Two.

Here’s how the poll finished:

Vickers: 0 Votes – [0%]
Long: 0 Votes – [0%]
Whitehouse: 0 Votes – [0%]
Ginnelly: 0 Votes – [0%]
Green: 0 Votes – [0%]
Knott: 0 Votes – [0%]
Dickie: 0 Votes – [0%]
Eardley: 13 Votes – [86.67%]
Raggett: 0 Votes – [0%]
Arnold: 0 Votes – [0%]
Woodyard: 1 Vote – [6.67%]
Palmer: 0 Votes – [0%]
Maguire-Drew: 1 Vote – [6.67%]

Comments:

berksimps: “Eardley, he showed real class for virtually the whole game. First half, only he and Long appeared to have got out of bed. Woodyard and others were much improved second half.”

Woodis: “Eardley had a great game. But I’ve gone for JMD – he came on we really looked like scoring, had we done so he’d have been an obvious choice.”

Jaggy Imp: “Gone for Eardley. Just to echo everyone else’s thoughts – he was a model of consistency yesterday.”

August 2017:

Wycombe Wanderers (a): Sean Raggett – 9 Votes – [37.5%]
Rotherham United (a – EFL Cup): Alex Woodyard – 7 Votes [58.33%]
Morecambe (h): Matt Green – 11 Votes – [42.31%]
Exeter City (a): Sean Raggett: 6 Votes – [50%]
Carlisle United (h): Alex Woodyard: 23 Votes – [67.65%]
Mansfield Town (a – EFL Trophy): Sean Long: 6 Votes – [50%]

September 2017:

Luton Town (h): Sean Long: 9 Votes – [28.12%]
Stevenage (a): Sean Raggett: 7 Votes – [58.33%]
Forest Green Rovers (a): Harry Anderson: 8 Votes – [66.67%]
Mansfield Town (h): Rob Dickie 22 Votes – [84.62%]
Notts County (a): Michael Bostwick: 9 Votes – [64.29%]
Barnet (h): Harry Anderson: 13 Votes – [43.33%]
Grimsby Town (a): Michael Bostwick: 11 Votes – [64.71%]

October 2017:

Chesterfield (h): Alex Woodyard: 18 Votes – [39.13%]
Cambridge United (h): Neal Eardley: 13 Votes – [48.15%]
Swindon Town (a): Sean Long: 8 Votes – [57.14%]

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