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SIGNS FOR £70K
(Thursday 7th September 2000)
Lawrie Sanchez has been quick off the mark to find a replacement for the injured Steve Jones, with the arrival of Walsall hitman Andy Rammell to Adams Park. The 33 year old has joined Wycombe for a £70,000 fee and will go straight into the squad for the live game with Oxford United on Friday (8th September) after his registration was rushed through.
The 6'1" striker was real hit for The Saddlers during their 1998/99 promotion winning season where he scored 18 goals from 39 starts in the Football League. Rammell had a tougher time in Division One and since the arrival of Brett Angell to the Bescot Stadium has not been featured.
Nuneaton born Rammell started his football with non-League Atherstone United before spending the 1989/90 season with Manchester United. Having failed to break into the United First Team, Rammell moved onto Barnsley where he began a six year spell that saw him score 44 goals in 185 League appearances.
After three years with Southend United, Rammell moved on a free to Walsall in the summer of 1998 and scored his first goal for The Saddlers during their 2-1 victory at Adams Park in August 1998. He also scored in the 2-2 thriller at The Bescot Stadium on Boxing Day 1998.
Talking of his to move to Wycombe on Ringing the Blues, Rammell said that Lawrie Sanchez had been a major influence in the reason why he choose to join Wycombe "I had a chat with him a couple of days ago and found out where the Club were going and it sounded like a great challenge and I'm glad to be part of it"
Rammell has been signed on a three year contract and will wear the No.16 squad number for The Wanderers.
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