The Vital Lincoln City members’ voted for whom they believe was The Imps Man of The Match in their 2-0 win at home against Oxford United on Saturday afternoon.
Views from German Imp: “For me, this is quite a difficult one to call as it was a whole team performance where everyone was at the top of their game. You could see the commitment, desire and team ethos. I saw some quality football on display and was good to see. That double save by Palmer was something else coupled with an overall confident display, something not witnessed at the LNER for a long time. Jackson was another stand out performance as well as Harry Anderson and Roughan. In the end, I’ve gone for TJ thought he had a decent steady game in defence and is my MoM. Difficult to call, as I said, a whole team effort.”
Here’s how the poll finished:
Palmer: 17 votes – 29.8%
Eyoma: 5 votes – 8.8%
Montsma: 0 votes – 0.0%
Jackson: 13 votes – 22.8%
Roughan: 1 vote – 1.8%
McGrandles: 1 vote – 1.8%
Grant: 0 votes – 0.0%
Jones: 5 votes – 8.8%
Anderson: 14 votes – 24.6%
Hopper: 0 votes – 0.0%
Scully: 1 vote – 1.8%
More views from 100% Imps:
Scotimp: “Have gone for Palmer, made some good stops at key points of the game. Great double save, things could have been very different if that had gone in. Always difficult when you haven’t had a lot to do in the game.
Mention for Eyoma too, I would have gone for him if not for Palmer’s double save.”
Snats: “So many contenders. Palmer, Roughan, Jones…one who hasn’t been mentioned yet is McGrandles, but I thought he looked like a very skilful player who could be really important to us this season.
However I’ve gone for Harry Anderson, which may be my loyalty to the old guard showing through, but I thought he was excellent. That lung-busting run in the last minute was a joy to behold, particularly from a player who has so often lacked the confidence to try that sort of thing in the past.”
Chesterimp: “A genuine team performance, you could stick a pin in the team sheet and make a case for the name it found.
I’ve gone for Harry A though, a terrific run and cross for the first goal, he was looking up before picking out Scully with a pinpoint cross, a weakness dealt with? He then put in a shift, with TJ making our right-wing a place, not for the faint-hearted. Capped it all with that incredible run, stopped only by a cynical foul deserving of the red card. Hair is forgiven!
Palmer, Jackson and Jones all had stand-out moments but truly a team effort.”
Thank you to Graham Burrell and Lincoln City Football Club for the photograph!
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