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Lincoln (A) League Cup 24/9/20 - 19:45

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I'd probably go with:                  Origi/Brewster

                                            

               Jota                              Minamino                              Elliott

                        

                                Jones                                       Milner

                                        

               Tsimikas      van Den Berg/Koumetio     Gomez/Matip if fit               Williams   

 

                                                           Adrian

 

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20 minutes ago, 3 Stacks said:

I'd probably go with:                  Origi/Brewster

                                            

               Jota                              Minamino                              Elliott

                        

                                Jones                                       Milner

                                        

               Tsimikas      van Den Berg/Koumetio     Gomez/Matip if fit               Williams   

 

                                                           Adrian

 

I love the innovative body chalked off on the pavement homicide formation. You must have been sharing tea and toast with Brendan in the small hours.

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21 minutes ago, 3 Stacks said:

I'd probably go with:                  Origi/Brewster

                                            

               Jota                              Minamino                              Elliott

                        

                                Jones                                       Milner

                                        

               Tsimikas      van Den Berg/Koumetio     Gomez/Matip if fit               Williams   

 

                                                           Adrian

 

Looks pretty good. That's a good way of accommodating a lot of our young talent, a lot of which is attack focused. Would feel sorry for Wilson though. 

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9 minutes ago, Dr Nowt said:

I love the innovative body chalked off on the pavement homicide formation. You must have been sharing tea and toast with Brendan in the small hours.

He and I share many tactical ideas. I'm the one that's been telling him to stop boring people about his non-existent style of play and to actually get one.

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I think we should investigate whether we can get Clemence and Keegan on loan from neighbouring Scunthorpe for this one.

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2 hours ago, Bjornebye said:

I like 3 Stacks tactic of playing 14 players. I know its only Lincoln but we need to win this.  

Two of those will be Gomez pushing Matip in his wheelchair.

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As much as we want to see him I really hope we don't play Thiago in this. You can imagine some dickhead yard-dog Lincoln player thinking about taking him out. Not that he will get close to him. 

 

 

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18 hours ago, 3 Stacks said:

I'd probably go with:                  Origi/Brewster

                                            

               Jota                              Minamino                              Elliott

                        

                                Jones                                       Milner

                                        

               Tsimikas      van Den Berg/Koumetio     Gomez/Matip if fit               Williams   

 

                                                           Adrian

 


Bold move putting Origi or Brewster in goal and Adrian up front.

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would have liked ox, shaq and matip in there but they seem to be injured. 

 

It’s unlikely but it would be good to try and get Wilson, Grujic, Woodburn and Brewster in the shop window. But they would prob result in us failing to win. Plus there’s too many others that need a run out that are ahead of them.

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4 hours ago, JagSquared said:

would have liked ox, shaq and matip in there but they seem to be injured. 

 

It’s unlikely but it would be good to try and get Wilson, Grujic, Woodburn and Brewster in the shop window. But they would prob result in us failing to win. Plus there’s too many others that need a run out that are ahead of them.

I'd expect all those (maybe not Woodburn) you mention about shop window to feature.

 

The 3 lads who reside in the treatment room of  course might have been worth a run out too, but hey!

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Arsenal in the next round if we win this, a couple of days after we play arsenal in the league. 

 

I imagine they'll take it pretty seriously to save face after we humiliate them on Monday. 

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