Born: 20th March 1978
Joined Wycombe: July 2005 free from Oldham Athletic.
First Wycombe game: Wycombe 1 Carlisle 1 - League Two - 6 Aug 2005
Final game: Chelsea 4 Wycombe 0 - League Cup SF2L - 23 Jan 2007
Left January 2007 - 150,000 to Bristol City.
Rejoined 1st September 2009 on loan from Southend United.
Permanent deal signed 16th January 2010 until June 2010.
New contract signed May 2010 running until June 2012.
Kevin Betsy Career summary at Wycombe
89 apps - 13 goals

Career Details (* indicates loan spell)
Stats up to and including 25 August 2009.
Date Club League
Aug97-Aug98 Woking 7 8 1 0
Sep98-Mar02 Fulham 3(12) 1 3(2) 0
Sep99-Oct99 Bournemouth(*) 1(4) 0 0 0
Nov99-Dec99 Hull City(*) 1(1) 0 1 0
Mar02 Barnsley(*) 5 0 0 0
Mar02-Sep04 Barnsley 79(10) 16 11 1
Aug04-Sep04 Hartlepool(*) 3(3) 1 1 0
Sep04-May05 Oldham Ath 34(2) 5 8 0
2005-2006 Wycombe Wanderers 41(1) 8 7(0) 0
2006-2007 Wycombe Wanderers 29(0) 5 11(0) 0
Jan07-Jul08 Bristol City 16(2) 1 1 0
Oct07-Nov07 Yeovil Town(*) 5(0) 1 1 0
Jan08-May08 Walsall(*) 16(0) 2 1 0
Jul08- Southend Utd 28(15) 3 5(2) 0
Sep09-Jan10 Wycombe Wanderers(*) 17(3) 1 2(0) 0
Jan10- Wycombe Wanderers 18(1) 4 0(0) 0
Background: 6'1" midfielder who became Wanderers fifth signing of the close season following the end of the 2004/5 campaign. Originally started his senior football with Woking before an 80,000 move to Fulham during the 1998/99 season. Made a handful of appearances for The Cottagers before eventually transfering to Barnsley in March 2002 for a 200,000 fee. Went on to make close to 100 appearances for The Tykes, scoring 17 times before a free transfer to Oldham in September 2004. Has also has brief loan spells with Hull City, Bournemouth and Hartlepool. Moved to Wycombe after failing to agree new terms at Oldham. Latics boss Ronnie Moore commented to the Oldham Evening Chronicle in May 2005 "I have spoken to Kevin's agent and the money he is looking for is ridiculous." He added, "I would love to keep Kevin because he is a quality player who has improved since we came here. I'm sure there will be a lot of interest in Kevin but I can't see him getting the money he was on at Barnsley anywhere else." Meanwhile, Wycombe boss John Gorman commented to the Wanderers official website "Kevin will certainly strengthen our squad." He added "He's a versatile midfielder who can perform in a number of roles across the park and at 27 I'm hoping he will bring more fire power to the midfield. I'm delighted to have signed such an experienced player."
Having firmly established himself in the Wanderers side, Betsy opted to join then 'League One' side Bristol City during the January 2007 transfer window for a 150,000 fee. Wanderers boss Paul Lambert commented to the press at the time "I'm disappointed to lose him, but that's the game. He's wanted to go for a number of weeks since Bristol first showed an interest and he's on his way there now." He added, "I tried to persuade him to stay but he wanted to go. It's his decision not ours"
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