December 2004 News Archive
All the news stories from December 2004
(Friday 31st December 2004)
The Club have confirmed that Roger Johnson has signed a new deal with Wycombe running until June 2007. The former Wanderers Youth Teamer appears to have been given a new lease of life since the departure of Tony Adams and had been in contract negotiations with John Gorman for the past three weeks. The Wycombe boss will also be busy over the coming weeks with contract decisions and talks with Jonny Dixon, Matt Bloomfield, Craig Faulconbridge, Mark Philo, Frank Talia, Keith Ryan, Gus Uhlenbeek and Steve Williams who all come to the end of their current playing deals in June 2005. Roger Johnson - profile
(Friday 31st December 2004)
John Gorman has arranged a friendly match with Fulham reserves on Tuesday (4th January) with a view to giving Joe Burnell his first taste of action since October. The venue will be Fulham's training ground at Motspur Park with a kick-off time of 1pm. The Wycombe boss is also reported to be still hoping to sign Stephen Cooke and Tony Craig on 'long-term' loan deals from Aston Villa and Millwall respectively. Any 'long-term' loan deals would have to have been completed by close of business on Friday 31st December.
(Wednesday 29th December 2004)
John Gorman has revealed that his hopes of signing Millwall defender Tony Craig on a longer term deal are diminishing. Craig would have to be signed by the 31st December for the deal to converted to a 'long term' loan but there is also the option for Wycombe to attempt a permanent signing prior to the end of the current deal with expires on 22nd January 2005. Gorman commented to BBC Three Counties Radio. "It's not looking too good in that respect because it look's like Millwall probably want him back but we will find out more next week."
(Tuesday 28th December 2004)
A lack of concentration cost Wycombe a point at Moss Rose on holiday Tuesday as Macclesfield snatched a winner three minutes into stoppage time. The goal came less than two minutes after Roger Johnson had forced in an effort that looked likely to bring Wycombe a deserved draw. The home side had taken the lead in the fifth minute when Danny Whitaker slotted a low shot past Frank Talia and they could have been further ahead at the break. However, Wanderers came back strong in the second-half with Craig Faulconbridge, Nathan Tyson, Tony Craig and Clint Easton all going close before Johnson struck late on. But it was Alan Navarro who dampened the Wycombe celebrations when he connected with a Jon Parkin through ball that eluded the Wanderers defence. The Macclesfield bench mocked their Wycombe equivalents at the final whistle leaving both Managers in face to face confrontation with John Gorman describing the defeat as 'devestating'.
Macclesfield Town 2 Wycombe 1 - Report and reaction
(Sunday 26th December 2004)
Wanderers went down 1-0 to Southend United at an icebound Adams Park on Boxing Day afternoon. The only goal of the game came in the 17th minute when Freddy Eastwood skipped through the Wycombe defence down the right channel before sending a low shot inside Frank Talia's nearpost. The game was played in near farcical conditions after Wanderers' prestigious £500,000 worth of pitch with undersoil heating failed to come into operation on the evening prior to the game. The conditions spoilt what could have been a decent game of football. It was the visitors who adapted better early on but Wanderers dominated the second-half and should have equalised on the hour mark when an Ian Stonebridge header was cleared off the line and Mike Williamson's close range follow-up header hit the post.
Wycombe 0 Southend United 1 - Report and reaction
(Sunday 26th December 2004)
Keith Ryan hit the 500 appearance mark for the Wanderers in the Boxing Day meeting with Southend United. 34 year old Ryan joined Wycombe in August 1990 and has achieved this remarkable milestone despite suffering three major injuries along the way. Rhino scored his 50th goal in his 499th appearance as Wycombe beat Lincoln last week. He commented to the BFP "I wanted to do it on my 500th appearance but I couldn't wait until then to do it. We had played so well and it would have been a nightmare if we had not won that game." He added "I had been stuck on 49 goals for some time and I was desperate to get to 50. It is a brilliant milestone but I can't see myself getting to 100." He joins an elite group of Wycombe players who have broken the 500 game barrier with Wycombe. The list is topped by Tony Horseman (749), John Maskell (616), Dave Carroll (602) and Len Worley (512). Keith Ryan - Profile
(Wednesday 22nd December 2004)
Talks are continuing between officials of Wycombe Wanderers and London Wasps with regards to the rugby club's future at Adams Park. The Bucks Free Press claimed in their Wednesday 22nd December issue that Oxford United are once again keen on taking over the tenancy and inviting them to play at their ground. Wasps Chief Executive David Davies commented, “It’s quite clear that Wycombe are our favoured option but there is still the possibility of going to Oxford”. Discussions are also touching on the primacy of tenure issue where RFU rules state their member Clubs must have first say on when fixtures are played. However, Davies has rubbised the relevance of these rules, particularly with Leicester Tigers RUFC and Leicester City FC suggesting a jointly owned ground. Davies added “The rules are there to keep promotion and relegation at bay. If Leicester and Wycombe both want to go into 50/50 partnerships it would be very difficult to sustain the arguments. It doesn’t make any economic sense for a rugby club to buy their own ground, particularly in London. Going into a partnership makes more sense”
(Tuesday 21st December 2004)
The Club have confirmed the date of the re-arranged home 'League Two' meeting with Scunthorpe United. The match, postponed because of Scunthorpe's involvement in the FA Cup on Saturday 8th January, is now scheduled to take place on Tuesday 15th February at Adams Park with a 7.45pm kick-off. Wycombe will be without a League game on 8th January as the option to play Mansfield could not be agreed between the two clubs in sufficient time.
(Monday 20th December 2004)
Tony Craig is expected to sign a longer term deal with Wycombe this week following negotiations with Millwall. The 19 year old defender originally joined Wycombe on a 'short term' loan from The Lions in October and this was subsequently extended to the maximum period which now runs until 22nd January 2005. It's understood that the former Millwall trainee does not feature in Lions boss Dennis Wise's plans at The New Den and the decision to move will come down to finances and agreement from the player. Wycombe have asked Millwall to convert the deal to a 'long term' deal until the end of the season but would need an answer by 31st December. If the deal goes through it would free up another 'short term' loan. Wycombe have currently used six 'short term' from a maximum of eight compared to two 'long term' from a maximum of four. A maximum of five loan players of any sort can be named in the matchday squad - a figure Wycombe reached in Saturday's meeting with Lincoln.
(Sunday 19th December 2004)
Lincoln City boss Keith Alexander was unhappy with his side's 1-0 defeat at Wycombe on Saturday and believed The Imps should have won with ease. Speaking to Imps World after the game he commented "This was a game we should have won 4-0. Looking at the chances, if we had gone two or three up then they don't get a chance. For all their good football and nice passing stuff it got them nowhere." The stats after the game showed that Wycombe had 11 shots on target compared to Lincoln's 10 but Alexander saw it differently and also said that the creativeness of Steve Guppy had not been a problem, adding ""At the end of the day Guppy has been a good player but you tell me how many crosses he put into the box? Probably two, if that. We played Guppy alright, there was nothing in their game that worried us. It was poor defending from the set piece two minutes from time that let us down. I don't care if it was Guppy or anybody else, we were quite comfortable against him." Lincoln City - Quick Guide
(Saturday 18th December 2004)
A headed goal two minutes from time by Keith Ryan raised the Christmas spirit at Adams Park on Saturday as Lincoln City became the latest victims of Wycombe's revival. In a tight game both sides had chances but solid defending plus some outstanding saves by Frank Talia and an unbelievable goal line clearance by Danny Senda kept the visitors at bay. Wycombe kept plugging away until the end and were rewarded following the introduction of debutant loanee Drewe Broughton. The winner came following an outswinging corner from the left by Steve Guppy and sparked some amazing celebration scenes in front of the Valley End. This latest victory lifts Wycombe to sixth place in the table. Wycombe 1 Lincoln City 0 - Report and reaction
(Saturday 18th December 2004)
Nathan Tyson was ruled out of Saturday's meeting with Lincoln following his injury in last week's victory at Notts County. However, Tyson did train on Thursday and should be fit enough for the Boxing Day meeting with Southend. More good news in that Keith Ryan recovered from a back problem suffered in training and his prescence proved vital on Saturday. Clint Easton is back in contention for a return to action having returned to training last week. However, Joe Burnell is still at least two weeks away from a return and Mark Philo, although he has returned to light training, will not be back until the new year.
Youth Team update YOUTH TEAM UPDATE
(Saturday 18th December 2004)
The Wanderers Under 18's Youth Team went down 2-1 to Southend United on Saturday morning at Molins Sports Ground in the Football League Youth Alliance. After a goalless first half and with John Gorman in attendance, Wanderers took the lead within a minute of the re-start when Shahed Ahmed converted. However, the visitors levelled three minutes later when a long range back pass by Russell Martin was missed by 'keeper Chay Morris. The Shrimpers then scored a winner when Joe Ilett netted from the left side of the box. The game saw Wanderers Third Year Scholar Matty Fox play his final game before starting a month long work experience deal with Maidenhead United. Defender Sonny Ball also returned to the side following time at Windsor and Welling. Youth Team info 2004/2005
One-One - December 2004 issue NEW ONE-ONE ON SATURDAY
(Saturday 18th December 2004)
A new issue of Wanderers fanzine One-One went on sale prior to this Saturday's home game with Lincoln City. The latest issue (No.23) is 44 pages and costs 50p. Highlights include the SMBU Nativity Play, The One-One Shop Xmas Sale, an interview with General Manager John Harrison and a closer look at what the One-One team hope the Wycombe side will look like under John Gorman. One-One - info
(Friday 17th December 2004)
New loan signing Drewe Broughton says he can't wait to play under Wycombe Manager John Gorman and also team up with Steve Guppy. League leaders Scunthorpe United were also said to be interested in the big striker but the former Norwich City trainee opted for Adams Park, commenting to the BFP "Wycombe are a big club in this division and as soon as I heard they wanted me I bit their hands off." He's also looking forward to getting service from the wings for his "go get 'em" approach, adding "I thought I struck gold when I saw Steve Guppy is here."
(Friday 17th December 2004)
Jonny Dixon, who returned on loan to Aldershot Town earlier in the week, has not been ruled out of future plans with Wycombe according to Manager John Gorman. The Wycombe boss told the Bucks Free Press "He will train with us. He's still our player but it is important that he is playing regular football and this will give him a chance to develop." Dixon, who will turn 21 in January, is out of contract with Wycombe at the end of the current season.
(Friday 17th December 2004)
There is a possibility that Wycombe could play their League Two game at Mansfield on Saturday 8th January 2005. Both clubs have been left without a League fixture because their opponents are involved in the Third Round of the FA Cup. The scheduled date for the Mansfield/Wycombe game is Tuesday 22nd February. Any change would have to be agreed by both clubs and approved by the Football League Executive committee.
(Thursday 16th December 2004)
BBC Radio Five recorded their 'Any Sporting Questions' programme in the Woodlands Lounge at Adams Park on Thursday evening (16th December). Guests at the event included Jonathan Legard (Football Correspondent), Jonathan Overand (Tennis Correspondent), John Murray and Eleanor Oldroyd (commentators and reporters) and Jeff Randell (BBC Business Unit). Compere for the evening was John Inverdale, who heard questions from the floor relating to ground sharing, racism at football and the recently announced Sky TV cricket deal. The two hour show will be broadcast on 24th December between 8pm and 10pm and repeated early morning on Christmas Day between 5am and 7am. BBC - Five Live website - external link
(Thursday 16th December 2004)
COTN understands that a decision on whether London Wasps will extend their tenancy at Adams Park will be announced shortly. Officials of the rugby club have been in negotiations with their counterparts at Wanderers and also the local council with a view to resolving capacity and traffic access issues. The local council seem to be bending over backwards to get them to stay and have even earmarked Adams Park and surrounding land for "possible change" according to their 'Community Voice' newsletter sent recently to local residents. The debate on Wasps staying in Wycombe is complicated by the fact that QPR are threatening legal action if they do not return to Loftus Road from the start of the 2005/6 season. Wasps have been asked by the RFU to make a decision by the end of the year.
(Thursday 16th December 2004)
Wanderers legends Dave Carroll and Keith Scott have been given the caretaker Manager and Assistant roles respectively at Windsor & Eton following the departure of another former Wycombe player Dennis Greene. Greene, who had been Manager with The Stags for three years, has left to join Conference South strugglers Maidenhead United and has taken with him assistant Colin Ferguson and reserve team manager David Fouque, as well as players Lee Kersey, Dean Clark and Guy Ekwalla. Carroll and Scott will take charge of their first game on Saturday (18th December) when Windsor take on Worthing in the Ryman League at Stag Meadow.
(Wednesday 15th December 2004)
The Club have announced the loan signing of 6'3" striker Drewe Broughton from Southend United. The 26 year old is a former trainee with Norwich City who moved to Brentford and then Peterborough United in £100,000 deals during the 1998/99 season. He has subsequently clocked up more than 200 League appearances and scored 44 goals, including 16 strikes whilst at Kidderminster Harriers. He has played against Wycombe twice this season - appearing as sub for The Shrimpers in Wanderers' 2-1 victory at Roots Hall and later on loan for Rushden & Diamonds. The agreement with Southend, which runs until 19th February 2005, has stated that he cannot play against The Shrimpers in the Boxing Day fixture at Adams Park.
(Wednesday 15th December 2004)
Jonny Dixon has returned for a further two month loan spell at Conference side Aldershot Town. Dixon scored 4 goals in four appearances during his previous month loan spell with The Shots and is sure to be welcomed back at The Recreation Ground. He was brought back to Wycombe following the appointment of John Gorman but although he was named as substitute in games since, he did not add to his appearances in a Wanderers shirt.
(Tuesday 14th December 2004)
On trial striker Blair Sturrock has returned to Plymouth Argyle after being described as being "not the type of player we are looking for at the moment" by Wycombe Manager John Gorman. According to the Argyle official website the 23 year old played in a behind closed doors friendly for Wycombe last week having previously been on trial at Bristol Rovers and Swansea City.
(Monday 13th December 2004)
Wycombe have been branded a 'poor side' by Notts County Caretaker Player/Manager Ian Richardson. He was speaking to the County official website on Monday morning and commented "We didn't create enough chances at all, and we should have done much better. Wycombe are a poor side to be honest, and we simply did not work hard enough to win the game." County have now failed to beat Wycombe in the last eleven meetings between the two sides and Richardson added "I don't think the lads coped with the formation well that we tried to play. We got sucked into playing Wycombe's game and we banged it long to the forwards and we didn't hold it up," The result is Wycombe's fifth away League win of the season and represents the best away record in 'League Two'. Notts County - Quick Guide
(Monday 13th December 2004)
John Gorman will continue assessing at least two more players while they are on trial with the Wanderers this week. Striker Blair Sturrock, son of Sheffield Wednesday boss Paul Sturrock, trained with Wycombe last week and the 23 year old could be available on a free. The Scots born player has been with Plymouth Argyle for the past three years but has been restricted to just nine League starts compared to more than 50 appearances from the bench. Gorman has also been passing his eye over Norwich City defender Keith Briggs. The former Stockport County trainee turned 23 at the weekend and played on loan at Crewe Alexandra back in August but has not played for the Canaries first team since November 2003 following a £65,000 move from Stockport the previous January. Since this story was first reported, the Club have also revealed that Tero Karhu, a 25 year old, 5'11" midfielder from Finnish Premier side Mypa, will also train with Wanderers this week.
(Saturday 11th December 2004)
Ian Stonebridge netted his first goal since August as Wanderers beat Notts County at Meadow Lane on Saturday. Wycombe have now gone four games unbeaten in the League since the departure of Tony Adams and climb to 10th place in the table, just a point off the play-off places. The only goal of the game came three minutes before the break when Stonebridge followed up a blocked effort by Wycombe debutant Stephen Cooke. It followed a fairly drab first-half where it was the home side who had created the better chances. However, the second period saw Wanderers dominate for large periods and the final winning margin could have greater. Nathan Tyson was forced off with a knee injury in the second-half but the player believes it is not too serious.
Notts County 0 Wycombe 1 - Report and reaction
(Friday 10th December 2004)
Plenty of headshaking at Adams Park on Friday after former Wanderers playmaker Darren Currie completed a surprise £250,000 move to Ipswich Town from Brighton after passing a medical at Portman Road on Friday afternoon. Currie was released by Tony Adams at the end of the last season and subsequently joined Brighton on a free transfer, signing a one year deal after an initial trial period. Wycombe paid £200,000 to Barnet for Currie in the summer of 2001 but will make nothing from this deal. 30 year old Currie, who has signed with Premiership chasing Ipswich until the summer of 2007, thanked Brighton boss Mark McGhee for giving him a chance in the summer and added to the Town official website "I have spent most of my career playing in the lower leagues but have always felt that I was good enough to play at a higher level. I think I'm a player that has got better with age and I look up to players like Teddy Sheringham, who has enjoyed the best years of his career as he has got older" Darren Currie - Player profile
(Friday 10th December 2004)
John Gorman has opened new contract talks with Roger Johnson according to reports in the local press. The 21 year defender is out of contract at the end of the season and has impressed of late after a spell out of the first team during the early stages of Tony Adams short reign with Wycombe. Gorman will also be busy contemplating contract talks with Jonny Dixon, Matt Bloomfield, Craig Faulconbridge, Mark Philo, Frank Talia, Keith Ryan, Gus Uhlenbeek and Steve Williams who all come to the end of their current playing deals in June 2005.
(Friday 10th December 2004)
Wycombe have missed out on the slim possibility of staging the Yeading v Newcastle United FA Cup Third Round tie. The tie was originally planned for Yeading's 3,500 capacity 'Warren' ground but was ruled out on safety reasons and will now be played at QPR's Loftus Road ground on Sunday 9th January following agreement from the FA. The FA rules state "If a tie is required to be switched due to safety considerations then the first alternative ground shall be the nearest suitable ground subject to the agreement of The Association." Wycombe, whose scheduled fixture for 8th January was postponed due to Scunthorpe's involvement in the Cup, was being considered because QPR are at home to Nottingham Forest in their Third Round tie on the Saturday. It's still assumed the planned live TV coverage of the Yeading game will go ahead at the to be advised kick-off time.
(Thursday 9th December 2004)
John Gorman has moved to sign 21 year old Aston Villa midfielder Stephen Cooke on a month's loan. 5' 8" Cooke is a former Villa trainee who has made a handful of substitute appearances for the Villa First Team. He also spent two loan spells at Bournemouth. The most recent one in January 2004 was cut short when he injured his ankle. He later went on to have surgery on the injury but has returned for the Villa reserve team this season where he was filled the captains role on a number of occasions. He has also appeared for the England Under 20's and comes from the same Villa graduation year as Stefan Moore, brother of Luke who was on loan at Wycombe last season. His loan with Wycombe runs until 10th January 2005.
(Wednesday 8th December 2004)
Wanderers' Under 18 side went out of the FA Youth Cup at Villa Park on Wednesday evening but came out of the game with plenty of credit having restricted the home side to a single goal victory. Magnus Troest headed in the only goal of the game after 15 minutes to send Aston Villa through. This was always going to be an extreme test for Gary Smith's side against last season's finalists and the winners in 2002 but only an efficient defensive display from Villa prevented Wycombe from getting back into the tie. James Faulkner had Wycombe's best chance on 61 minutes when he was one-on-one with Villa 'keeper Robert Olejnik.
Villa 1 Wycombe 0 - FA Youth cup report and reaction
Matchday BURY 2 WYCOMBE 2
(Tuesday 7th December 2004)
Nathan Tyson scored twice as Wanderers came from behind to force a draw at Bury on Tuesday evening. A re-jigged Wycombe side, including Craig Faulconbridge up front and Stuart Nethercott in midfield, were behind in the eight minute when Dave Nugent netted. Tyson equalised in the 61st minute with a shot from the edge of the box before Nugent restored Bury's lead four minutes. The home side had Clin Woodthorpe sent-off in the 72nd minute for a second bookable offence before Tyson grabbed the second equaliser seven minutes later when he converted a loose ball from a corner. Bury 2 Wycombe 2 - Report and reaction
(Sunday 5th December 2004)
Gus Uhlenbeek will be suspended for Wanderers' trip to Notts County next Saturday having reached five yellow cards for the season in Saturday's FA Cup tie with Luton Town. The former Ipswich and Fulham defender will receive his one match ban which comes into effect seven days after his fifth card rather than with immediate effect as with red cards. Uhlenbeek will therefore be available in Wanderers' squad to take on Bury on Tuesday.
(Sunday 5th December 2004)
Wanderers' home' League Two' game against Scunthorpe United scheduled for Saturday 8th January 2005 will need to re-arranged due United's involvement in the FA Cup Third Round. The division leaders will travel to Premiership leaders Chelsea after the draw was made on Sunday afternoon. Elsewhere in the draw there was a glamour tie for Exeter City with a trip to play Manchester United at Old Trafford. That tie was earned after former Wycombe striker Sean Devine got one over ex-teammate Jermaine McSporran in the Second Round at the weekend as The Grecians overcame Doncaster Rovers 2-1.
(Saturday 4th December 2004)
Luton Town proved too strong for Wycombe as they went away from Adams Park with a 3-0 victory in John Gorman's first game in charge. The Hatters took the lead in the 20th minute when Steve Howard headed the ball over Frank Talia with Wanderers claiming offside. Wanderers best spell came following the break but the game was effectively killed off in the 70th minute when Kevin Nicholls sent a great low strike from 25 yards past Talia. With Wycombe pushing forward, Howard completed their victory when he headed over Talia at the far post after Ahmet Brkovic had crossed from the right bye-line. So Luton go into the Third Round draw on Sunday while for Wanderers it's a case of concentrating on League matters starting with Tuesday's trip to Bury.
Wycombe 0 Luton 3 - Report and reaction
(Friday 3rd December 2004)
In stark contrast to Tony Adams' appointment 12 months earlier, the announcement of John Gorman as the new Wycombe Manager passed by without more than few column inches in the national media. However, the local media have been busy in collecting quotes. COTN brings you a selection in a special extended article. Extended quotes and comment here
(Friday 3rd December 2004)
John Gorman is set to bring in a striker in trial from a higher league club and has also indicated that he is looking to strenghten the midfield. The new Wycombe gaffer moved quickly after seeing his new side go down to a disappointing 1-0 defeat at Bristol Rovers. Gorman has also moved to secure Steve Guppy's contract until he decides a move on a move to the USA and Tony Craig's loan from Millwall has been exteneded to its three month maximum with a possibilty of it being converted to a permanent deal when that expires at the end of January 2005.
(Thursday 2nd December 2004)
COTN understands that Jonny Dixon is set to return from his loan spell at Conference side Aldershot Town after the weekend. Dixon has been with The Shots for one month and has scored 4 goals in four appearances and will play his final game when they travel to Hartlepool United in the Second Round of the FA Cup on Saturday. John Gorman is thought to be a big fan of Dixon and this could be the chance for his return to First Team action with Wycombe. Gorman has also been talking with Steve Guppy's agent on trying to extend his deal with Wycombe and it looks likely that 'Gupps' will be available for a few more weeks before deciding on whether to take up a playing role in the USA.
(Thursday 2nd December 2004)
COTN can confirm that Wanderers' Director of Sales & Marketing Mark Austin will become the new Commercial Director at Queens Park Rangers starting from 5th January 2005. Austin was made redundant from his position at Wycombe by the new PLC Board with what was described as an 'amicable settlement'. He has spent nearly 13 years with Wycombe and is now set to team up with his friend Mark Devlin who is Chief Executive at QPR following his move from Swindon Town. Austin's role at Wycombe has partly been taken by Ian Davies whose history includes time in the Commercial teams at Barnsley and Watford.
(Thursday 2nd December 2004)
John Gorman says he is very positive about taking on the task of new Wanderers boss. He told BBC Three Counties Radio on the day of his appointment "I'm very positive. It's great to be back to be honest and I felt in some ways that I should never have left but that was down to me as well and that's life. Sometimes you have some regrets but I've had a great career and I hope now this another stage in it. I'm delighted to have Steve Brown and Keith Ryan working with me. It was something I felt strongly about when I was with them here before. They have got potential and have got Wycombe at heart."
(Wednesday 1st December 2004)
Steve Guppy has agreed to stay on to play for Wanderers in Saturday's FA Cup tie with Luton Town at Adams Park. He made a heroes return in Saturday's 1-0 victory over Bristol Rovers and also appeared in the midweek LDV tie at The Memorial Ground. Guppy will now be up for selection in John Gorman's first game in charge before deciding on his future which involves moving to the USA to play football. Steve Guppy - Player profile

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