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The Imps are the first non-league team in more than 100 years to make the last eight of the competition. What else happened in 1914?Read the full story ›
Lincoln City fans will find out tonight whether they will face Arsenal or Sutton United in the FA Cup quarter finals
The Imps made history over the weekend with a win against Premier League side Burnley.
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Lincoln City will face either Arsenal or Sutton United away from home in the FA Cup quarter finals.
Yesterday this Imps became the first non-league side to reach the final eight of the competition for more than a century
On the streets of Lincoln today, this young supporter told Calendar what the history-making cup run means to him:
The A158 at Langworth in Lincolnshire is blocked in both directions due to a crash.
It happened between Stainton Lane and B1399. Motorists are being warned to expect delays.
Two lanes are closed on the westbound M180 in Lincolnshire due to a collision involving a car.
It happened between junction 5 A15 / A18 / A180 (Barnetby Top) and J4 A15 / A18 (Scawby).
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Fans of Lincoln City football club have been up early as the head up to Burnley for this afternoon's FA Cup 5th round match.Read the full story ›
A statue is to be erected in honour of Graham Taylor at the home ground of one of his former clubs.
Taylor, who was born in Worksop and raised in Scunthorpe, began his managerial career at Lincoln City and Grimsby before eventually taking the England job in the 1990s.
He enjoyed a particularly successful spell as manager of Watford FC, which has announced it will build a statue in his memory at its Vicarage Road stadium.
A pre-season tribute game in Taylor's name will also take place at the stadium before the start of the 2017/18 season.
Taylor took them from the old fourth division to a second-placed finish in the top flight within five seasons. He also guided the club to an FA Cup final.
He also had spells in charge of Lincoln City, Aston Villa and Wolves.
He died suddenly at the age of 72 last month.
Watford FC is pleased to confirm that it will engage with fans’ representatives to ensure that supporters play a lead role alongside the club in bringing the statue to life. Again, Graham’s family are very supportive of these actions.