Lincoln confirm signing of new star

Two-year deal at Sincil Bank

After leaving Cheltenham Town, Jamie Pardington signed a two-year contract with Lincoln City.

The goalie was cut by the Robins at the end of the last campaign; he turns 24 next month.

Luke Southwood broke his leg in the first half of the club’s final day loss against Stevenage, therefore he made his sole appearance as a replacement.

Max Harris was loaned out to Weston-super-Mare, and Pardington, who was formerly with Wolves, joined Cheltenham last summer. Pardington spent most of the season on the bench.

During his tenure with Wolves, he collaborated with Lincoln goalkeeping coach Scott Fry.

Pardington remarked, “I like his coaching style and we get along really well.” “I will undoubtedly gain from working with him once more.

“The facilities are really impressive and I can see it’s a really good club, with lots of good people. I buy into that and feel this is the right place to be at in order to develop.

“I had a taste of League One football last season at Cheltenham. I have still got a long way to go; I’m young but in order to progress, try to be selected for some cup games and whatever playing time I can get, I’m champing at the bit for it.”

Harris has one year left to remain on his contract at Cheltenham, who are also expected to bring in former Newport County AFC goalkeeper Joe Day in a player/coach role.


Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.