Gary Simpson: We've left no stone unturned ahead of Woking trip
Lincoln City boss Gary Simpson believes he has left no stone unturned ahead tomorrow’s Skrill Premier opener at Woking.
The Imps will travel south today to ensure the best possible preparation for what will be a tough start to the campaign against Garry Hill’s side who, like the Imps, have made some impressive signings over the summer.
“I’m apprehensive to be honest,” confessed Simpson. “You try to do everything you can and try to leave no stone unturned.
“I’ve been to watch Woking and I’ve also trawled through DVDs to see what they might do.
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“You try to do your homework as much as you can. The lads came in on Wednesday, which is usually a day off, but we sat down and worked through everything. We’ve given the lads as much information as possible.
“Being the first game, we’ll prepare properly and travel down on Friday. The drive I did down there was almost 10 hours there and back, and it’s not the most exciting drive.
“It’s difficult to travel for four-and-a-half-hours and then play a game of football. Credit to the club for letting us do that, they’ve been terrific.”
Simpson has been satisfied with the Imps’ progress in pre-season, although he admits their last three performances have been uninspiring.
“We’ve been so-so. We set off like a house on fire, but since then we’ve levelled out a bit. We’ve been average in the last three games, even though we’ve won them without conceding a goal,” added Simpson.”
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