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Lincoln City: The Official Diary of the Season 2003-2004 Paperback – 11 Sep 2004
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Paperback, 11 Sep 2004
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This was another successful season for Lincoln City. The Imps secured their second visit to the play-offs within the space of two years and enjoyed a tough, productive campaign. At the start of the season Lincoln struggled to regain the form that had seen them secure promotion, struggling to find the right balance between defence and attack. After Keith Alexander revised his team however, the goals began to flow and with them came the confidence that promotion could once again be secured. Even though automatic promotion always seemed just out of reach, they stayed with the leading pack and pulled off some great results against their rivals. The Imps struggled towards the end of a long and arduous campaign, but still had enough left to book their place in the Division Three play-offs.
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