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WEB CHAT: Your Lincoln City questions answered in the Lunchtime Kick-off

By JohnPakey  |  Posted: February 10, 2014

Lincoln City goalkeeper Paul Farman

Lincoln City goalkeeper Paul Farman

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The Lincolnshire Echo's Monday web chat is back. The Lunchtime Kick-Off is to get your questions about Lincoln City answered.

Were you happy with the result against Hyde FC? Is a win good enough, or should City not have found themselves behind against a side which is rock-bottom of the Skrill Premier?

And what do you think to the goalkeeping situation? Paul Farman struggled on for more than 70 minutes with an injury as there was no substitute goalkeeper on the bench.

Get all your questions in now by using the comments section in the live blog below.

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Sports Editor John Pakey is online from noon to answer all your questions and will be with you until 1pm.

 

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  • Mikecadwel  |  February 28 2014, 12:48PM

    Adriano, I think you'll find David Priece has said to find somebody else, as he doesn't want to be considered for the job full time. Regards Mike Cadwell

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  • nigelsparky  |  February 10 2014, 8:16PM

    Absolutely spot on adriano.

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  • LenaRShiner  |  February 10 2014, 2:49PM

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  • Adriano  |  February 10 2014, 1:22PM

    If players like Nick Draper are considered 'luxuries' then something absolutely massive has gone wrong somewhere down the line. What's the point in having a youth system then? What is a youth player meant to do, be a regular in the first team as soon as their youth contract is up? He was a 19 year old, promising young keeper. It's not like he would've been on massive money, now is it? Seeing as he ended up at Inverness on a free transfer, surely it would have been better to keep him at the club and develop him? And then you'd have the possibility of selling him for much needed money later down the line. See Scott Loach, for example. And it's not like you can question his ability, seeing as he was immediately snapped up by Terry Butcher's Inverness upon leaving Lincoln. So many people complain about the lack of money at Lincoln, but nobody ever seems to highlight the gross mismanagement that leads to a situation like this. The fact that Gary Simpson is looking to bring a keeper in on loan when he has David Preece is absolutely baffling as well.

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