Angol Loaned to Imps

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Vanarama National League leaders Lincoln City have announced the loan signing of striker Lee Angol from Sky Bet League One side Peterborough United.

Angol, whose loan will run until the end of the season, has been with the Posh since the summer of 2015 following a prolific spell on loan with City`s league rivals Boreham Wood from Luton Town during which he finished the 2014/15 season as the Conference (National League) South’s top scorer with 25 goals in thirty-nine games.

A former youth with Tottenham Hotspur, Angol’s professional bow came with Wycombe Wanderers in 2012 and after loan spells with Hendon, Maidenhead United and Boreham Wood, he joined Luton before being sent out on a season-long loan back to Boreham Wood.

He scored twice on his Peterborough debut and went on to net 11 goals in thirty-eight games for the Posh in his first season with the club.

A fractured ankle sustained in a pre-season at Boston United, however, has restricted his match action so far this season.

He has been given permission to play in the Buildbase FA Trophy.

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