The Imps-pirational story of Lincoln City
The last of the non-league sides gets its big day out on Saturday as Lincoln City looks to make history by taking down a besieged Arsene Wenger's Arsenal
The Gunners are used to being the giant in the firing line when it comes to FA Cup upsets. In January 1992, while then managed by George Graham, the reigning English champions went to Wrexham (who had finished last in the football league a year prior) and were stunned by a moment of magic by Mickey Thomas and some quick thinking by Steve Watkin. That third-round defeat has, up to now, not come close to...
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