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Lincoln City drawn away at Braintree Town for second round of the FA Trophy

By DMarshall__LE  |  Posted: December 02, 2013

Chris Sharp in action against Stalybridge on Saturday

Chris Sharp in action against Stalybridge on Saturday

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Lincoln City will travel to Skrill Premier rivals Braintree Town in the second round of the FA Trophy.

Gary Simpson’s side, who earned their place in round two of the competition after a convincing 5-1 win over Stalybridge Celtic at Sincil Bank on Saturday, make the trip to Braintree on Saturday, December 14.

Should Simpson’s men progress the club will pocket another £6,000 in prize money.

Meanwhile, Skrill North outfit Boston United will face an away trip to Skrill Premier Tamworth.

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Boston booked their place thanks to a 2-1 win over Southport on Saturday.

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  • CardiffImp  |  December 03 2013, 5:52PM

    ... I don't think the mighty Imps have ever been a special kind of awful, although I do remember seeing a special kind of sh*te a few years back if I recall correctly - think they were called Grimsby :) C'mon you Imps!!

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  • Numb_Chumpy  |  December 03 2013, 2:06PM

    "I was just highlighting that Satlybridge beating us, was as likely as us beating Plymouth." Not really. We and Plymouth just aren't very good whereas Stalybridge are a special kind of awful.

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  • eatmygoal  |  December 03 2013, 1:58PM

    If there is a term called winningest team then winnable is fine. It is not on the scale of guesstimate

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  • Spilsby  |  December 03 2013, 1:41PM

    I was just highlighting that Satlybridge beating us, was as likely as us beating Plymouth. Nothing more nothing less.

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  • nigelsparky  |  December 03 2013, 11:56AM

    Depends upon your definition of "winnable" Spilsby. In my view a "winnable" game is one where you would expect a victory. I wouldn't suggest that Lincoln playing, say Man Utd, would realistically be "winnable" would you? Possible yes, "winnable" no.

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  • Spilsby  |  December 03 2013, 9:59AM

    Stalybridge had a winable game last wekeend too!

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  • CardiffImp  |  December 03 2013, 9:41AM

    I didn't say we would win, but we definitely could win hence winable. There should be nothing to be scared of from those Essex boys. You're right Plymouth was winable as well and we should have beaten them at the 'Bank', but hey ho we move on that was then and this is now. Keep the faith Chumpy! C'mon you Imps :)

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  • Numb_Chumpy  |  December 03 2013, 9:06AM

    Wasn't Plymouth also 'definitey winable' (sic)?

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  • CardiffImp  |  December 02 2013, 12:36PM

    .... well it's definitey winable. £6k would be nice! So c'mon you Imps!!

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