Dambusters team keep tune, get SAS support

This blog’s official football team is of course The Mighty Imps, whose fans have now taken the sensible decision to keep The Dam Busters March as their theme tune, played when the teams run out onto the pitch.
Lincoln City has also given a first managerial position to none other than one half of the famous SAS partnership, feared and respected in Blackburn Rovers long-ago reign as Premiership champions. And, what do you know, the team won its first match under his leadership. Mid-table mediocrity beckons?
One fan reckoned that the Imps could benefit from being more like the chaps from 617 Squadron, telling the Echo:

Lincoln City Football team could learn from the Dambuster’s experience of how the aircrew came together and did what they were instructed to do.
W/C Guy Gibson was their key man and leader.
Why cannot the manager of Lincoln City’s football club show what football is all about as with what Guy Gibson did with 617 Squadron?
The football team needs to bond together, know their positions, play football for what they are paid for, and start scoring goals which is their mission.

Lincoln City Football team could learn from the Dambuster’s experience of how the aircrew came together and did what they were instructed to do.
W/C Guy Gibson was their key man and leader.
Why cannot the manager of Lincoln City’s football club show what football is all about as with what Guy Gibson did with 617 Squadron?
The football team needs to bond together, know their positions, play football for what they are paid for, and start scoring goals which is their m
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Hot News! Peter Jackson sacked from Dambuster team!

Calm down, film fans – this report refers to the news that the other Peter Jackson has lost his job with the Imps, also known as the mighty Lincoln City FC. After a poor start to the season – two wins out of seven games – he has been one of League Two’s earliest casualties. It doesn’t seem to have been much of a surprise to the long-suffering supporters, if contributions to the BBC chat pages are to be believed. Armchair supporters, particularly those who know the county’s connections with certain heavy bomber squadrons, will not be surprised at the club’s current state. It’s because the management have threatened to drop the playing of a certain tune when a goal is scored.