October 2005 News Archive
All the news stories from October 2005
(Monday 31st October 2005)
Entrance prices for Wanderers' trip to Gillingham in the Second Round of the LDV Vans Trophy on Tuesday 22nd November have been released by the 'League One' club. All adult prices are 10 but juniors aged 16 years and younger can gain FREE entry if accompanied by a full paying adult. Kick-off is 7.45pm.
(Monday 31st October 2005)
The Club have again ignored the opportunity to take advance tickets for an away game where discounts are being offered for pre matchday sales. Wanderers fans planning to attend the game at Darlington on Saturday 12th November can take advantage of a 2 discount for adults, students and OAP's but only if they book through Darlington's ticket office on 01325-387030. Under 7's are also being admitted for FREE but again tickets must be obtained via the Darlington ticket office. Darlington's online ticket system does not allow the purchase of tickets in the away section. On the day prices are 15 for adults and 8 for students and OAP's. 7 to 16 year olds pay 5 regardless of advanced sales with under 7's paying 5 if they have no ticket.
Matchday WYCOMBE 2 POSH 2
(Saturday 29th October 2005)
Wanderers had to dig deep to retain their unbeaten League record this season - coming back from 2-0 down to draw 2-2 with Peterborough United at Adams Park on Saturday afternoon. The visitors led with sloppy goals on 33 minutes from Danny Crow and five minutes later from Trevor Benjamin. John Gorman gambled in the second-half by switching to a more attacking formation and it eventually paid off. The comeback started on 74 minutes when Ikechi Anya won a corner on the right and from the resulting delivery Mike Williamson headed the ball back across the face of the goal for fellow centre-back Roger Johnson to direct a header past Mark Tyler in the Posh goal. The equaliser came on 80 minutes after Sergio Torres pulled the ball back from the left for Clint Easton who saw his right footed 25 yarder take a slight deflection and end in the right corner of the Valley End net. Wanderers drop to second place in the table after Leyton Orient regained top spot with a 1-0 home victory over Oxford United.
Wycombe 2 Peterboro 2 - Match report and reaction
(Saturday 29th October 2005)
Wanderers Under 18's went down 2-1 at home to Brighton & Hove Albion on Saturday morning in their latest Football League Youth Alliance Cup group stage game. An injury hit Wycombe side went after 15 minutes and slightly against the run of play when Andy Savage converted a penalty after Sam Tucknott had been tripped. However, the visitors came back strongly to equalise on 20 minutes when Joe Gatting beat the offside trap before slotting past Dean Thornton. Then on 26 minutes Wes Fogden followed up a good stop from Thornton to score from close range. Wycombe searched for an equaliser in the second period but failed to seriously test the opposing 'keeper. The team play their final group game away to Swansea City next Saturday (5th November). Meanwhile, news of the FA Youth Cup saw Gravesend & Northfleet beat Hillingdon Borough 5-0 in the Third Qualifying Round and they will now travel to Wycombe for a First Round tie to be played on Tuesday 8th November at Adams Park (kick-off 7.30pm). Youth Team info 2005/2006
(Friday 28th October 2005)
BBC Three Counties Radio are compiling a special hour long feature on the Wanderers to be broadcast on Friday 11th November. Three Counties sports' reporter Ian Stringer travelled with the team to the recent away game at Lincoln and recorded what went on, including a stop at Nottingham Forest's training ground, in the hotel and pre and post match at the ground. The radio station previewed the feature in their Friday evening sports show on Friday 28th October and you can hear this along with comments and pictures by Ian Stringer by following the link.
View BBC 3 Counties website special feature
(Friday 28th October 2005)
Nathan Tyson has told the press he has no interest in signing for Nottingham Forest following the League One's very public interest in the striker earlier in the week. Tyson was quoted in the Bucks Free Press on Friday as saying, "Forest are not for me at the moment. I will wait until January and hope that a Championship side comes in for me." He added, "If Forest were in the Championship, I would probably go up there and speak to them. I'm flattered at their interest because they've won the European Cup and have a great history but they are in League One at the moment and I see Wycombe being in that league next year."
(Wednesday 26th October 2005)
Mark Philo came through 90 minutes for Wanderers Reserves on Wednesday evening during a 4-3 Combination defeat at Aldershot Town. The home side took the lead early on through Ahmed Dean but Jonny Dixon equalised for Wanderers on 17 minutes after the former Shots loanee converted Russell Martin's cross. Ikechi Anya then gave Wycombe the lead on the half hour mark but Hassan Sulaiman made the score 2-2 moments before the break. Charlie Griffin restored Wycombe's lead in the second period but the home side responded again to level again through Walker and then grab the winner on 85 minutes via Dean. Wycombe team: Williams, Douglas, Martin, Brown, Cadmore, Gregory, Philo, Anya, Stonebridge, Dixon, Griffin - subs: Savage, Grier, Rice, Tackley, Boateng
(Wednesday 26th October 2005)
Nottingham Forest have become the latest club to bid for Wycombe striker Nathan Tyson. The 'League One' club reported via their official website on Wednesday afternoon that they had made a "substanital offer" but no other details were forthcoming. Meanwhile, Wanderers appear reluctant to allow any deal to include a prelimanary loan arrangement that attempts to get around the transfer window system. Manager John Gorman commented to the Wanderers official website earlier in the week, "We know he's with us until January now and we can forget about all the talk regarding him going on loan."
(Tuesday 25th October 2005)
Wycombe Wanderers Supporters Trust and Wycombe Wanderers Founders Trust have produced a joint report regarding the recently reported proposals by Wycombe District of a possible new ground for the Club at Abbey Barn South. The report is in two parts and can be accessed directly from the links below.
Report 1 - Situation in brief
Report 2 - Detailed chronology of the proposals
(Tuesday 25th October 2005)
Wanderers would have stood to eventually bank in the order of 600,000 if Nathan Tyson had agreed a move to Sheffield Wednesday. According to reports, Wycombe agreed a 750,000 transfer fee that would have seen Tyson join The Owls on loan until the deal became permanent in the January 2006 transfer window. Its understood the fee would have been paid in installments, with the final payment coming at the end of the 2006/7 season. However, Wycombe would have been obliged to pay Reading a 'sell-on' fee understood to be 25% of any profit made from Tyson's move to Hillsborough. The deal would have smashed Wanderers' previous record transfer fee received which was the 375,000 Swindon Town, managed at the time by John Gorman, paid for Keith Scott back in the 1993/94 season.
(Monday 24th October 2005)
Nathan Tyson has shunned the latest offer to join 'Championship' strugglers Sheffield Wednesday. Owls boss Paul Sturrock watched Wycombe's dramatic 2-1 victory at Lincoln on Saturday and officials from Wednesday held talks with the striker on Monday. However, according to a brief report on Wanderers' official website, Tyson has turned down the move and will remain a Wycombe for the time being. The latest kick in the face for Wednesday comes less than a week after Swansea City striker Lee Trundle turned down a move to Hillsborough. Swansea Manager Kenny Jackett commented to the Sheffield Star, "If a very big club came in, say the Premier League, or one near the top of The Championship, then it might be different. He added "People are phoning Wycombe left, right and centre about Nathan Tyson but clubs don't want to let in-form strikers go."
(Sunday 23rd October 2005)
The Nathan Tyson saga is back to the forefront of attention again after issue No.1 of The League Paper reported a 'TYSON SWOOP' exclusive on its front page. The report by Alan Briggs claims that Sheffield Wednesday have 'agreed a fee of around 700,000' to sign Tyson and the player 'will be at Hillsborough for talks after the weekend'. Wednesday had bids approaching this figure turned down by Wycombe back in September but this latest report adds, 'a compromise has been reached on Tyson's official 750,000 valuation. The arrangement is for the 23-year-old to join the Owls on loan with a guarantee of the move becoming permanent in the January transfer window.' It's understood that Wigan Athletic, Birmingham City and Crystal Palace are also amongst the club's monitoring Wanderers' top scorer.
(Saturday 22nd October 2005)
Wanderers will play Northampton Town at home in the First Round of the FA Cup on Saturday 5th November. The draw was made shortly after 5pm on Saturday with Wanderers claiming an eighth consecutive home pairing in this competition. The two sides have met once before in the FA Cup when Wycombe, then of the Isthmian League, went down 2-0 to The Cobblers in a First Round tie at The County Ground back in the 1958/59 season.
Northampton Town - Quick Guide
(Saturday 22nd October 2005)
Mike Williamson scored twice as Wanderers went back to the top of 'League Two' with a stoppage time victory at Lincoln City on Saturday. And Wycombe had to come from a goal down after the visitors took the lead on 52 minutes when Roger Johnson mis-cued a cross from the right and Marvin Johnson converted at the far post. Victory looked extremely unlikely for Wycombe but Williason's goals on 68 minutes and in the 2nd minute of stoppage time ensured Wanderers' unbeaten run continued.
Lincoln City 1 Wycombe 2 - Match report and reaction
(Saturday 22nd October 2005)
Wanderers will travel to 'League One' side Gillingham in the Second Round of the LDV Vans Trophy in a tie to be played in the week commencing 21st November. The Gills beat Crawley Town in the previous round while League form sees them currently languishing near the foot of the their division having been relegated from the 'Championship' last season. The two sides have not played each other since the 1999/2000 season when The Gills were promoted to the second tier of English football.
(Friday 21st October 2005)
There was shock news on Friday morning when the Club revealed that loanee 'keeper Andrew Lonergan had suffered a knee injury after falling awkwardly in training the previous day. Lonergan, who was 22 on Wednesday, returned to Preston North End for treatment where it was later confirmed by his club that he had "sustained another injury to his anterior cruciate ligament in the right knee". The injury was also described as a "one in a million" by the surgeon who carried out the original operation and the former England Under 21 international will be out of action for the rest of the season. Lonergan played two games for Wycombe, keeping clean sheets on both occasions.
Youth Team update HOME DRAW FOR YOUTHS
(Thursday 20th October 2005)
Wanderers Under 18's have been drawn at home in the First Round of the FA Youth Cup. Ian Culverhouse's side will take on either Hillingdon Borough or Gravesend & Northfleet in a tie that will be played before Saturday 12th November. Last season the Youth Team reached the Third Round stage, beating Dulwich Hamlet and Dover Athletic at Adams Park, being going down to a narrow defeat away to Aston Villa. The Hillingdon/Gravesend tie is due to be decided next week. Youth Team info 2005/2006
(Thursday 20th October 2005)
As clarification for the advance ticketing situation for Saturday's game at Lincoln City, Wanderers fans planning to attend the match should note that the game is NOT all-ticket but advance tickets do attract a 1 discount for all categories. However, advance tickets are only available via the Lincoln City credit and debit card hotline (0870-899-1976) as it's understood by that Wycombe have not considered it financially viable to take an allocation for sale at Wanderers in Town and/or the Adams Park commercial office. Under Football League rules Wanderers would have picked up 5% comission of all sales made in this manner to cover their costs and enable fans to gain the discount. On the day entrance prices for the away section are adults 16, concessions 12 and children under 15 6.
(Wednesday 19th October 2005)
Wanderers will find out their FA Cup First Round opponents when the draw is made this Saturday live at around 5.10pm on BBC One and Sky Sports News. John Gorman's side have been allocated ball number 47 and will looking for an eighth consecutive home draw, with the last away pairing being the First Round game at Hayes in November 2001. Last season a Wycombe side with caretaker Manager Peter Cawley in charge got past Coalville Town in the First Round before being outclassed by Luton Town at Adams Park in what was John Gorman's first game at the helm. This season's First Round takes place on the weekend of 5th November with winning clubs receiving 16,000 each. Ties chosen for live TV tranmission will net 50,000 for each club.
Wanderers full record in the FA Cup proper
(Tuesday 18th October 2005)
Two goals from substitute Clint Easton saw Wanderers come from a goal down to beat Dagenham & Redbridge 2-1 after extra-time at Adams Park on Tuesday evening in the LDV Vans Trophy. One downside of the evening was an injury to Kevin Betsy who limped off with a hamstring injury in the 71st minute. The Second Round of the LDV takes place the week commencing 21st November with the draw taking place this Saturday (22nd October) at approximately 9.40am on Sky Sports' Soccer AM show. Wycombe 2 Dagenham 1 - Match report
Supporters' Trust TRUST CONFIRM REP
(Tuesday 18th October 2005)
Wycombe Wanderers Supporters' Trust has confirmed the election of Keith Blagborough as its representive on the Board of the Football Club. Blagborough had been serving in an interim capacity since February 2005 and with no other nominations coming from the Trust's Board elected in June 2005, he will now serve for one year starting October 2005. Read the press release via the following link. Read more at
(Sunday 16th October 2005)
John Gorman says he will discuss with Steve Brown and Keith Ryan his team selection policy for Tuesday's home meeting with Dagenham & Redbridge in the LDV Vans Trophy. Talking to BBC 3 Counties after Saturday's goalless draw with Rushden, he commented, "We want to do well in it but we've still got to be careful that we make sure that we don't over use our players. One or two today looked like that might need a wee rest to be honest and I've got to sit down with my coaches and anaylise this one and make sure we do the right thing come Tuesday." Prices have been reduced for this game with seats 10 (adults), 5 (Students and over 65's), 3 (under 16's) - terrace 8, 4, 2 respectively.
(Sunday 16th October 2005)
As predicted by back on 30th August 2005, the kick-off time for Wanderers' game at Darlington on Saturday 12th November has been changed to avoid a clash with England's friendly with Argentina that kicks-off at 4.45pm in Geneva on the same day. Wycombe's game at Darlington will now kick-off 30 minutes earlier at 2.30pm and therefore give more time for those interested to watch the game live on BBC TV.
(Sunday 16th October 2005)
John Gorman has thanked Wanderers fans for the support they gave the side during Saturday's 0-0 draw at home to Rushden. The Wycombe boss was disappointed his side didn't play to their normal style in front of what was the biggest home following of the season so far. He commented to BBC 3 Counties Radio after the game, "I thought they (the supporters) were great today, especially behind the goal and everywhere to be honest. We really need them to get behind us. We weren't at our best today and that is what I asked for and I appreciate that from the fans. I thought they were maginificent and thank them very much."
(Saturday 15th October 2005)
The 14 game unbeaten League run at the start of this season is a new Club record and also equals the longest run within any Football League season. The previous best unbeaten starts were the 13 game runs at the start of the 1970/71 and 1958/59 Isthmian League seasons. Wanderers went on the claim the Championship and third place respectively in those seasons. Meanwhile, the only previous occasion when Wanderers went 14 Football League games unbeaten was during the early part of the 1995/96 season. Wycombe will now have a chance to beat that record if they remain unbeaten in next Saturday's visit to Lincoln.
(Saturday 15th October 2005)
Wycombe missed the chance of regaining the top spot in 'League Two' after playing out a goalless draw with bottom but one side Rushden & Diamonds at Adams Park on Saturday afternoon. Wycombe dominated for the vast majority of the game but couldn't find a way past a well organised visiting defence. Rushden had a great chance to snatch victory in the 84th minute but Leicester City loanee Chris O'Grady fired over from less than six yards to the relief of the home crowd. It was Wanderers eight draw of the season and extends the unbeaten run at the start of the season to a new Club record of 14 games. Results elsewhere in the division saw Rochdale push Wycombe down to third spot.
Wycombe 0 Rushden 0 - Match report and reaction
(Friday 14th October 2005)
The Bucks Free Press are leading their Friday 14th October issue with the headline "Wanderers - on the move again?". The basis of the article is an option within Wycombe District Council's "A Vision:High Wycombe 2026" paper that shows a sports stadium off Abbey Barn Lane, close to the existing Ski Centre, for the use of Wycombe Wanderers and London Wasps. According to the BFP, Wanderers Directors claim they first discussed this matter at a Board meeting on Tuesday. Wanderers MD Steve Hayes commented "The important thing is our fans. I understand about the heritage and I care about what people think. They should be consulted every step of the way." The stadium proposal is contained within Wycombe District Council's 'Imagine the Future Part 3 Information Pack', under the 'M40 Gateway: Options/Discussion Papers. They are available for viewing via the following link. Read more at
(Thursday 13th October 2005)
Wanderers 'League Two' game at home to Leyton Orient scheduled for Wednesday 28th December has been switched to Thursday 29th December in order to tie in with live TV coverage by Sky Sports. The game at Adams Park will kick-off at 7.45pm. It will be Wycombe's first live TV appearance of the season having been featured once last season when the home game with Oxford United was shown on Friday 3rd September 2004.
(Wednesday 12th October 2005)
Charlie Griffin make his first return to action since his pre-season head injury - playing a full ninety minutes in Wanderers 4-1 victory over Team Bath in a 'behind door friendly' at the Training Ground on Wednesday afternoon. Russell Martin opened the scoring for Wycombe on 23 minutes with an own goal doubling the lead shortly before the break. Further goals from Jonny Dixon and Andy Savage completed the scoring for Wycombe before the visitors bagged a late consolation.Line-up: Williams, Woodards (sub 85 Kamara), Martin, Brown, Cadmore (sub HT Christon), Gregory (sub 60 Rice), Stonebridge, Anya, Dixon (sub 78 Boateng), Savage (sub 60 Douglas) Griffin
(Tuesday 11th October 2005) understands that the Club are set to announce the first Annual General of Wycombe Wanderers Football Club plc. All Ordinary and Founder Shareholders will be formally notified of the meeting within the next two or three weeks, with the AGM planned for some time in November. The first set of accounts are likely to reveal more heavy losses for the Club during the trading period until the end of July 2005 but will also show over 500,000 of new investment that came via the initial share issue. Club Managing Director Steve Hayes is also planning to reveal new investors that will tie in with the AGM. The AGM of the Wycombe Wanderers Founders' Trust is also provisionally arranged for Thursday 24th November. It's hoped that this will include a Question and Answer Session with Steve Hayes that will be open to all Founder Shareholders as well as Founders' Trust members. Confirmation of dates to follow.
(Tuesday 11th October 2005)
John Gorman has told the local press that he is attempting to keep a level head after seeing his side go top of the League following victory at Grimsby on Friday evening. The Wycombe boss was quoted in the 'Midweek' as saying, "It's no good being at the top now if we aren't there at the end of the season. We won't be counting our chickens just yet. There is still a long way to go this season. We are there to be shot at now. We have got to keep doing what we have been doing and get even better. If we keep doing that then we can stay at the top. The lads are playing at a level that is above this League but we can still improve and we will be working to do that." He concluded, "We have got to go on from here and we are all determined to do that."
(Saturday 8th October 2005)
Wanderers retained the top spot in League Two after Leyton Orient drew 1-1 at Stockport on Saturday. Victory for the O's would have seen them leap frog John Gorman's side in the table but with 25 points, Wanderers now sit a point clear at the top with a quarter of the season completed. At this stage last season Wycombe were in 11th position with 19 points from their opening 13 games. Top at that time were Leyton Orient with 23 points. Wanderers will look to consolidate their position in the table when strugglers Rushden & Diamonds visit Adams Park next Saturday.
(Friday 7th October 2005)
Wanderers went to the top of 'League Two' following an excellent 1-0 victory at Grimsby Town on Friday evening and in the process equalled the Club record of thirteen games unbeaten at the start of a League season. The only goal of the game came in the 11th minute when Tommy Mooney headed home a right wing cross from Kevin Betsy. As expected the home side came back strongly as the game progressed but three top quality saves from on loan Preston North End 'keeper Andrew Lonergan meant that Wanderers retained a clean sheet away from home for the first time since the corresponding fixture at Grimsby last April.
Grimsby Town 0 Wycombe 1 - Match report and reaction
(Friday 6th October 2005)
John Gorman is featured in two further interviews today via the national media. In an interview with The Times, the Wycombe boss reflects on his time as an England coach before concluding the piece by commenting I can manage at a higher level and all my players could play at a higher level. . Elsewhere, an interview published on the Football League website sees Gorman look forward to Friday evening's clash with League leaders Grimsby Town, the Nathan Tyson situation and this season in general.
Click here for Times Online article
Click here for Football League website article
(Thursday 6th October 2005)
John Gorman has exploited the 'Emergency Loan' system to bring in Preston North End 'keeper Andrew Lonergan. The 21 year old boasts England U21 experience having made his First Team debut for Preston aged only 16. He made his real First Team breakthrough in 2004/5, starting the first 16 games of the season and even managing to get on the score sheet with a long range clearance versus Leicester City. However, a cruciate injury in February 2005 side lined the youngster and he has failed to win his place back from Carlo Nash, thus prompting his move to Wycombe. Lonergan commented to Preston official website, "No disrespect to anybody but I would have gone anywhere, it just so happens that Wycombe have shown a massive interest, they don't need a keeper, I think they have got three keepers. The manager is very highly respected in the game and I have heard a lot of good things and he called me on Wednesday and I was more than happy to agree to it."
(Thursday 6th October 2005)
John Gorman has picked up the 'League Two Manager of the Month' award for September 2005 as voted by Sky Sports football pundits. The Wycombe boss received the award on Sky Sports News on Thurdsay morning at Adams Park and acted surprised, saying he thought the honour would go Grimsby Town Manager Russell Slade, before adding, "It doesn't surprise me because it's not the Manager of the Month, it's the team of the month." Gorman also praised the staff and directors working behind the scenes at the Club before concluding, "I think it's the football that we've been playing that possibly should be commended as it is the type of football that fans want to see."
(Thursday 6th October 2005)
Adams Park was featured in Thursday evening's episode of ITV series Mike Bassett:Manager. The series was filmed earlier in the year and the first episode also used Wanderers Training Ground at Booker where Bassett, played by Ricky Tomlinson, took his first training session with his fictional new side, Wirral County. This week episode saw County visit Wycombe for an away game. The series is show on ITV1 each Thursday at 10pm.
(Wednesday 5th October 2005)
The Club are reporting that head injury victim Charlie Griffin is close to a return to action and has targetted a Reserve friendly next week against Team Bath for his comeback. The former Forest Green Rovers striker has not played since his injury sustained in the pre-season friendly at Oxford City on 2nd August. The player says he has had no reaction to heading the ball during recent training sessions and is looking forward to coming back and challenging for a First Team place.
Craig Faulconbridge BEES LOOK AT FAULCON
(Wednesday 5th October 2005)
Former Wycombe striker Craig Faulconbridge scored two goals for Barnet reserves on Tuesday afternoon in The Bees 8-2 Combination defeat at Luton Town. Faulconbridge was released by Wycombe at the end of last season but John Gorman has allowed him to continue training with Wycombe while he attempts to find a new club. His goals for Barnet's Second XI came on 50 and 74 minutes and after they had trailled 6-0 at the break.
(Tuesday 4th October 2005)
Wanderers Reserves went down 2-1 to Millwall on Tuesday afternoon in their fourth Pontin's Holidays Combination game of the season. The visitors fielded a relatively strong side, including former Wycombe loanee Tony Craig, and were 2-0 up at the break thanks to strikes by Carlos Fanguiro and Kevin Braniff. Wanderers replied in the 58th minute through Jonny Dixon but couldn't force an equaliser. John Gorman used the game to continue to monitor the progress of former Chelsea Youth player Danny Woodards. The defender/midfielder is not attached to any club at present but Wycombe are paying him expenses and may offer him a short term contract. Also included in the Wanderers line-up were triallists Danny Brown and Adelino Cruz.
Line-up: Williams, Woodards, Martin, Brown, Cruz (sub HT Cadmore), Gregory, Grier (sub 66 Rice), Savage, Anya, Stonebridge, Dixon (sub 66 Boateng) - subs not used: Christon, Douglas
(Tuesday 4th October 2005)
While the media rumour mill churns out the latest list of clubs to express an interest in Nathan Tyson, it's his recent injury problem that is causing greater concern for many Wycombe followers. Tyson picked up a knee injury during the 3-2 victory at Mansfield but still managed to put in close to 90 minutes versus Wrexham the following Tuesday. It's understood that a X-Ray following the Wrexham game failed to show up the extent of the problem but alarm bells were ringing again after he was forced off after 45 minutes of Saturday's meeting with Chester City with a reoccurence of the injury. Despite these scares, Tyson's tenacity and previous rapid recovery rate means he is still favourite to start in Friday evening's meeting at League leaders Grimsby Town.
(Monday 3rd October 2005)
Sergi Torres features in an extended article in Monday's edition of The Times. The piece, titled 'From Boca Juniors to Wycombe (via Basingstoke and Boots)', describes the Argentinian's route into English football via Basingstoke Town and working part-time in Boots. Read article via
(Saturday 1st October 2005)
There was another goal fest at Adams Park on Saturday as Wanderers drew 3-3 with Chester City. Wycombe twice came from behind with goals from Tommy Mooney and Roger Johnson before taking a 50th minute lead when Mooney struck home his second goal of the day. However, the visitors hit back on the hour mark through Michael Branch before a hectic finish where both sides came close to snatching a winner. However, it would have been cruel for either side to have lost this game with results elsewhere seeing Wycombe drop to third place behind Leyton Orient and Grimsby Town who Wycombe visit next Friday.
Wycombe 3 Chester City 3 - Match report
Youth Team update YOUTHS RUN ENDS
(Saturday 1st October 2005)
Wanderers Under 18's unbeaten start to the 2005/6 season came to an end on Saturday with a 5-1 defeat to Plymouth Argyle in a Youth Alliance Cup group game at Molins Sports Ground. Wanderers opted to field a very inexperienced line-up for this game and found themselves 2-0 down within the opening ten minutes. The Wycombe youngsters battled back to pull a goal back midway through the half before conceding two more goals shortly before the break, the latter coming from the penalty spot. Argyle added a fifth during the second period to confirm their dominance. Next game for the U18's is a League game at Leyton Orient on Saturday 15th October. Youth Team info 2005/2006

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