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A Season in Blogs: Lincoln City, 2016/17 Paperback – 15 May 2017
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If you love football, no matter the level, this book sends you on a journey of emotions that are felt by every fan at some point of a season, pure unadulterated joy to complete despair. tears and laughter, the disbelief and self doubt that your team causes you. Written from the view point of a fan in the stands and the turmoil that brings. Spilling the guts of non league football, not a bunch of overpaid, overrated mercenaries.
Of course I loved it, but even if this wasn't written about my team I would still have loved it. Unless it was about the Cods that is!
The benefit of hindsight makes some of the early blogs a delight, a few entertainingly wrong calls but an underlying sense that something special could be developing. As that 'something special' happens, the first hand account of a supporter's experiences and emotions of the cup runs and the league success captures the raw essence of the developing 'miracle season'.
Not only is this book essential reading for fellow Imps basking in the glory of 2016-17 after a lifetime of mainly dross and dashed hopes, but an insight for any football supporter of life in the lower reaches, the hopes, the aches, the sheer delight and incredulity as things come right in a way no one could have foreseen.