THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

The Keith Alexander story

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With Lincoln City perpetually languishing around the nether regions of the Conference, it's tempting for wistful fans to recall more positive times at the club. These lie just a handful of years back when the Imps became a football trivia question for making the League Two play-offs five seasons in a row but failing to get promoted. This now seems like a bronzened era of relative glory. When the late Keith Alexander began his second spell as manager at Sincil Bank in 2002, the crowds were as low and the money was as scarce as they've been throughout the past 30 years. Read more

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