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Gaz_Miller
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O'Hara at Lincoln

Post by Gaz_Miller » 07 Apr 2019, 15:26

Lincoln fans raving about O'Hara & can't believe we let him go.

Maybe another good Evans signing who wasn't allowed to flourish.

I have it on very good authority (again) that a certain chairman told Evans to stop playing O'Hara.

We'll be ok now the Yes man is in the hot seat.
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Re: O'Hara at Lincoln

Post by ashman » 07 Apr 2019, 18:04

Gaz_Miller wrote:
07 Apr 2019, 15:26
Lincoln fans raving about O'Hara & can't believe we let him go.

Maybe another good Evans signing who wasn't allowed to flourish.

I have it on very good authority (again) that a certain chairman told Evans to stop playing O'Hara.

We'll be ok now the Yes man is in the hot seat.
O'Hara was a superb performer in Portugal, in the pre-season games and also in the first few games proper. It is more than likely that Evans had a bust up with the player and then decided that he wouldn't play him.

So who is your good authority? and what is all this 'yes man' nonsense? :roll:
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Re: O'Hara at Lincoln

Post by bristleposh » 07 Apr 2019, 19:55

I've just been over to look at the wrist slashers website, to see their meltdown after another victory. Woodyard seems to be singled out for particular criticism. Some having a chuckle about he and O'Hara could be playing together at Lincoln next season. I certainly hope not. Lincoln will almost certainly be with us in league one next season and their progress yesterday was built on a backbone of four ex-Poshies in the starting XI with another two on the bench. I think that forum could consider their knowledge slightly tarnished by assuming all the time that their opinions are right, Luton they laughed at, now it's Lincoln, I have little doubt they'll get made to eat their words especially if Woodyard is allowed to join O'Hara, Bostwick, Anderson, Frecklington et al.


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