Car: (approx 103 miles from HW)
Travel west on the M40 until junction 8. Exit onto A40 (signposted Oxford/Cheltenham). Continue on A40
across the Headington roundabout. Continue for approx 35 miles, then turn left onto A436. After 6.5 miles
take second exit at roundabout onto A417, Brockworth Bypass (signposted M5/Gloucester). After 5 miles take third exit back onto A40.
Continue for approx 18 miles on A40, then take first exit at roundabout onto B4260, Gloucester Road and proceed through Ross-on-Wye.
Turn right at High Street, then at the Witton roundabout take the 3rd exit onto the A49 (signposted Hereford). After approx 14 miles you will
approach Hereford City Centre along Victoria Street and then Edgar Street. You will see the Football Ground on the right of this road as you pass
Blackfriars Street on your right. Check www.rac.co.uk
for specific or more detailed directions.
Nearest station Hereford.
for specific times and connections of trains.
Players who have
appeared for both Clubs.
Michael Forsyth - A former West Brom apprentice and popular ex-Derby County defender . Made 11 League appearances for Hereford during the first half of the 1996/97 season while on loan from Notts County. Joined Wycombe from County in December 1996 for £50,000 under John Gregory, making 58 appearances and scoring twice before retired from the full-time game at the end of the 1998/1999 season. Went on to play for Burton Albion before returning to Wycombe as Coach during the 2000/2001 campaign and progressing to become Reserve and Youth Team Manager before being axed under the resign of Tony Adams in February 2004.
Chris Palmer -
Defender and former trainee with Derby County from where he was loaned out to make three appearances for The Bulls during the 2003/2004 season. Moved to Notts County in the summer of 2004, making 24 appearances before becoming Paul Lambert's first signing as Wycombe Manager during the summer of 2007. However, he never settled at Adams Park and was released towards the end of the 2007/2008 season and joined
Walsall in August 2008. Also played on loan for Darlington from Wycombe during the 2007/2008 season.
Barry Silkman - Flamboyant player who spent a very brief spell at Wycombe during the 1986/87 season. Spent most of his Football League career with Orient, making 140 League apps and scoring 14 times. Originally played for Wimbledon in the Southern League in the early 1970's before spending a season with Hereford in their early days as a Football League club, making 37 appearances and scoring twice. Also played against Wycombe in the FA Cup for Harrow Borough in November 2000. Turned to being a player's agent following his retirement from the playing side.
Wycombe paid £150,000 to Coventry City for the ex-postman in September 1995 but after 14 goals in 60 apps left on a free to join Hereford. Scored 3 times in 11 appearances for The Bulls before a brief spell at Walsall. went on to play for Exeter City, Cardiff City, York City and Darlington before returning to his first professional club, Swansea City. Ended his full-time football career with Kidderminster Harriers during the 2003/2004 before continuing with a host of non-League clubs, culminating with appearances as a 40 year old with Boldmere St. Michaels. During his pro career which totalled close to 500 apps, he also scored two goals in a short loan spell with Notts County in October 1994 while he was still with Coventry City.
| Chairboys all-time record against The Bulls
|Tue, Aug 31, 1993
|Mon, Jan 3, 1994
|Tue, Sep 12, 2006
|Mon, Jan 1, 2007
|Sun, Dec 26, 2010
|Tue, Jan 11, 2011
FL3 = Football League Division Three/'League Two'
FAC = Football Association Challenge Cup
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