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Help Save the Red Imps

York City Supporters' Trust is asking its members to help in the fight to save Lincoln City F.C.

Whilst the future of our own club appears more secure, The Red Imps are in serious financial difficulties not helped of course by the developments of the ITV Digital contract with the Football League.

Lincoln City were placed into Administration on April 11th and are due back in court shortly when the future will be decided.

Together with the Lincoln City Supporters Trust they have launched a 'Name Your Seat' initiative aimed at raising the funds to Save the Imps.

Supporters of the Imps and anyone with a desire to see Lincoln City saved from extinction are invited to have their name attached to their very own seat at Sincil Bank. A minimum donation of 10 will enable supporters to become the sponsor of a seat at Sincil Bank. Furthermore, the Club and Trust are issuing a challenge to local businesses to match the investment made by supporters.

Steve Beck a founder member of the York City Supporters' Trust says:
" In the early days of the 'Save City Campaign' we received a great deal of help and support from both the Lincoln City Supporters' Trust and the Club Chairman - Rob Bradley, this is our opportunity to repay their support. We cannot sit back and watch fellow clubs fold, please help if you can"

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