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Peterborough United's Angol makes Lincoln loan move

Lee Angol will spend the rest of the season at Lincoln City. Credit: PA.

Peterborough United striker Lee Angol has joined Conference leaders Lincoln City on loan until the end of the season.

The transfer window is shut for Football League clubs, but teams outside the top four divisions can still bring people in.

22-year-old Angol has made 17 appearances for Posh this season, but has only scored once.

The former Luton Town forward won't be able to feature in the Imps' FA Cup quarter-final at Arsenal later this month though having already appeared in the competition for Peterborough.


Midlands Matchday: Full time scores

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Many teams across the Midlands were in action tonight in both the Championship and leagues 1 and 2, here are the final scores:


  • Aston Villa 2 - Bristol City - 0
  • Blackburn Rovers 1 - Derby County - 0
  • Wolverhampton Wanderers clash against Huddersfield Town was postponed.

In League one:

  • Bury 2 - Coventry City - 1
  • Millwall 1 - Peterborough United - 0
  • Northampton Town 1 - Oldham Athletic - 2
  • Shrewsbury Town - 4 - Charlton Athletic - 3
  • The clash between Walsall and Chesterfield was also postponed.

In League two:

  • Cheltenham Town 1 - Carlisle United - 0
  • Plymouth Argyle 0 - Notts County - 1
  • Yeovil Town 0 - Mansfield Town - 0

Full-time: Leicester City 3 - 1 Liverpool

The Foxes have started life without Claudio Ranieri with a bang tonight.

Leicester took an early lead through Jamie Vardy on 28 minutes and a stunning strike from Danny Drinkwater made it 2-0 before the break.

It was in the 59th minute that Vardy delivered another goal, securing the win that sees the Foxes move out of the bottom three under caretaker manager Craig Shakespeare.

Final scores, Leicester City 3 - Liverpool FC - 1.


Former Leicester centre-back Matthew Upson "Leicester have taken action"

Former Leicester centre-back Matthew Upson has reacted to the sacking of Leicester City Manager Claudio Ranieri tonight, speaking to ITV Sport he said:

"It's a clear message that football just does not stand still, it doesn't matter what you did in a previous season or even in a previous game, it doesn't matter going forward and I just think that Leicester given their current Premier League form have taken an action on that."

– Matthew Upson.
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