Average Player Ratings V Woking (H)
An eventful January afternoon at Sincil Bank saw Lincoln and Woking play our a 2-2 draw. Who were the heroes and who were the villains?
The top player according to posters was Delano Sam-Yorke, who has yet to put a foot wrong in red and white so far. The loanee's score of 7.15 means he is yet to drop under 7 during his time here, emphasising the importance of his spell at the club. BrownImp commented that we would be 'in a right mess without him' (let's only whisper that he has a 24hr release clause then) while Bumbleimp praised the forward's 'excellent leading of the line.'
Sam-Yorke was a margin ahead of Luke Foster, (6.70) who continues a good run of form at centre back, with Steve O'Dare even awarding the defender a 9 for 'another excellent display.' Foster certainly came to the party especially with a defensive partner who has started a bit of a sticky patch despite a good run of form beforehand.
Third place then goes to a player who has scored well whenever picked: Conner Robinson (6.60). Brown Imp noted that Woking had three different players at right back throughout the game and 'he had all three on toast' while Snats described Robinson's showing as 'not bad at all!'
One or two unfortunately had games to forget, Nat Brown being one with a score of 4.45. Brown managed to net himself a goal, but was described as 'clumsy', 'poor' and 'slow'. Brown has generally done pretty well this season but this will certainly be one he'd like to draw a line under. Mo Fofana only fared a little better (4.95).
Finally that man who received criticism from some quarters but praise from others for an excellent double save to deny Woking at the death scored 5.20. A suitably mixed score for Farman who provoked plenty of debate on the board this week!
The most generous poster was Steve O'Dare (6.73) while BrownImp came in at just 5.00.Full ratings are as follows:
Tomlinson 6.40Sam-Yorke 7.15