Courtesy of the Lincolnshire Echo As the Trust members’ rep on the LCFC board of directors and also an active Trust board member I’m really keen to step down. So are a lot of my RICT colleagues. See later.  Now that being a part of the Trust is included inContinue Reading

 Not long now. After nearly eighteen months of footballing isolation, it’ll soon be time for banter, bellowing, and bouncing when we all get back to the LNER stadium. There’s bound to be a near full house and the atmosphere will be brilliant at kick-off time a week on Saturday.  TheContinue Reading

With kind permission of the Lincolnshire Echo  I don’t suppose it’s common for a football fan to sit on the board of directors at his or her football club on two separate occasions. I’ve had that honour having been the Supporters Trust representative in the early 2000s and again now. It’llContinue Reading

 I bet Prince Abdullah of Malaysia, flooding, and locomotive number 43095 weren’t the first words you’d expect to see in a column devoted to the Red Imps Community Trust. More of them later. We launched our RICT Virtual Fans’ Museum – www.rictmuseum.co.uk – last week and it’s proving very popular. Our media teamContinue Reading

 The play-off final defeat was disappointing but, once the dust had settled, most fans will have classed season 20-21 as a real success. Excellent progress has been made on the playing side, being in League One is no bad thing at all after years spent at a much lower level,Continue Reading

Previously run in the Lincolnshire Echo, reproduced here with kind permission of the newspaper. The EFL play-offs are unmatched in domestic football for creating emotion, passion, and incident. We love them of course, even though you’ve only got a 25% chance of avoiding footballing agony.   The Trust entered into theContinue Reading