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MatchdayWYCOMBE 3 PORT VALE 1
(Saturday 29th September 2001)
Wycombe kept their unbeaten home record intact with a comfortable 3-1 victory over Port Vale on Saturday afternoon at Adams Park. All three goals came in an six minute spell in the first half with Richard Walker scoring twice and Andy Rammell bagging his third goal in four games.
Wycombe 3 Port Vale 1 - Full match report
Wanderers Youth Team YOUTH TEAM UPDATE
There were mixed fortunes for The Wanderers' Youth Team's on Saturday 29th September. The Under 19's enjoyed a 5-4 success away to Brentford in a game where they were leading 4-1. Meanwhile the Under 17's lost 2-1 to Brentford in a home game played at Molins Sports Ground.
Youth Team results, scorers and fixtures for 2001/2002
Supporters DirectWYCOMBE vs BARCA
(Thursday 27th September 2001)
Football League Chief Executive, David Burns, has compared Wycombe to Spanish giants Barcelona. Writing in the newsletter of Supporters Direct he commented on the ownership of each club and how this could be "very much part of the future for many football clubs in this country"
Wycombe compared to Barcelona by FL Chief Executive
Wanderers ReservesRESERVES WIN AT BRIGHTON
(Wednesday 26th September 2001)
A Paul Emblen penalty after 35 minutes was enough to see Wanderers' Reserves overcome Brighton 1-0 in the Avon Insurance Combination fixture at Worthing FC. Emblen converted the penalty after Dave Carroll had been fouled. Ian Simpemba was red carded for Wycombe two minutes before the break in a sometimes fiery encounter.
Line-up:Osborn, Townsend, Parsons, Ryan, Johnson, Simpemba, Castledine (sub 24 Lynott), Lee, Carroll, Emblen (sub 70 Smillie), Leach (sub 58 Cook)
MatchdayWYCOMBE 1 BRIGHTON 1
(Tuesday 25th September 2001)
A 62nd minute equaliser from Andy Rammell grabbed Wycombe a deserved point against league leaders Brighton and Hove Albion at Adams Park on Tuesday evening. Nathan Jones had fired the visitors into an 11th minute lead. Brighton remain top of Division Two with Wycombe in 14th.
Wycombe 1 Brighton 1 - Full match report
LDV Vans TrophyLDV VANS TROPHY DRAW
(Monday 24th September 2001)
Wycombe have been drawn at home to Brentford in the First Round of the LDV Vans Trophy. The date of the tie has now been confirmed as Wednesday 17th October and the Club have announced massive price cuts on addmission charges.
LDV Vans Full draw - Wycombe take on Brentford
Wanderers Ladies Team LADIES TEAM UPDATE
Wycombe Wanderers Ladies maintained their 100% league record with a 7-3 victory away at Thame on Sunday (23rd September). Su Oakley and Heather Scutchings shared the goals again. Wanderers now head the table.
Ladies Team match reports, fixtures and results
MatchdayREADING 2 WYCOMBE 0
(Saturday 22nd September 2001)
Wycombe slumped to a 2-0 defeat at Reading on Saturday 22nd September, conceding both goals in quick succession during the first-half. Gavin Holligan was sent off in the second-half for a second bookable offence on a miserable day for Wycombe. The Wanderers are now 16th place in the table.
Reading 2 Wycombe 0 - Full match report
MatchdayNEW DATE FOR BURY
(Thursday 20th September 2001)
After Wycombe's game at Bury on Tuesday evening was postponed due to floodlight problems at Gigg Lane a new date has now been arranged for Tuesday 2nd October. The match failed to start and was eventually called off at around 8.20pm.
Floodlight failure halts Bury v Wycombe
Wanderers ReservesRESERVES LOSE TO POMPEY
(Wednesday 19th September 2001)
The Wanderers' Reserves went down 3-0 to a strong Portsmouth side at Adams Park on Wednesday afternoon in the Avon Insurance Combination. Lee Mills (2) and Rowan Vine got the Pompey goals with Stewart Castledine and Jermaine Mcsporran having Wycombe's best chances.
Wycombe 0 Portsmouth 3 - Reserves report
AccountsWANDERERS IN PROFIT
(Wednesday 19th September 2001)
The Club have informed members that they will announce a net profit of just over 150,000 for the 2000/2001 season. Approximately 1m of 'unbudgeted additional revenue' came as a result of the remarkable run to the semi-final of the FA Cup.
Wycombe to announce 150,000 annual profit
MatchdayWYCOMBE 1 WIGAN 0
(Saturday 15th September 2001)
A 35th minute strike from Andy Rammell was enough to see Wycombe beat Wigan Athletic by a goal to nil at Adams Park on Saturday afternoon. There was a minute's silence prior to the game as a mark of respect for those who lost their lives in the terrorist attacks on the USA on Tuesday 11th September.
Wycombe 1 Wigan 0 - Matchday report
Richard WalkerSANCHEZ TAKES A LOAN
(Thursday 13th September 2001)
Wycombe have signed 23 year old Aston Villa striker Richard Walker on a month loan. He'll be able to play on Saturday against Wigan. The former Villa trainee has made a handful of First Team appearances while at Villa Park and has also had loan spells at Cambridge United and Blackpool.
Wycombe take Aston Villa striker on loan
fansSEATING FEARS EASED
(Thursday 13th September 2001)
Wycombe officials have eased fans fears that the Valley End terrace has been earmarked for seating. Director Mike Greatwood told supporters at a recent Fans Forum "It's just not on our agenda". He also revealed plans to improve the egress problems from Adams Park on matchdays.
Terrace seating fears eased for Wycombe fans
???SANCH RULES OUT MAC
(Monday 10th September 2001)
Lawrie Sanchez has ruled out making a bid for Nuneaton Borough striker Mark McGregor. Meanwhile, reports suggest that Wycombe have re-opened their interest in Wrexham striker Craig Faulconbridge with Oldham Athletic also in the hunt.
Sanchez rules out McGregor but eyes Faulconbridge
NewsBARNET GIVE TRIAL TO ROY
(Sunday 9th September 2001)
Former Wycombe FA Cup hero Roy Essandoh has been given a trial by Barnet. The 'Teletext Kid' played for The Bees in a recent Avon Insurance Combination game although he's unlikely to sign until the Conference side reduce the size of their squad.
Roy Essandoh profile and stats
MatchdayWYCOMBE 0 CHESTERFIELD 0
(Saturday 8th September 2001)
Wycombe surrended their 100% home League record this season when struggling Chesterfield went back to Derbyshire with a point following a 0-0 stalemate at Adams Park. Despite the draw Wycombe climb one place in the table to 8th.
Wycombe 0 Chesterfield 0 - Full match report
Lawrie SanchezFANS FORUM
(Friday 7th September 2001)
Manager Lawrie Sanchez was amongst guests at a fans forum held in the Vere Suite on Thursday evening. During the many topics discussed, it was revealed that the Board of Directors have begun reviewing the constitution with a view to making major changes in the coming year.
Wycombe to look at constitution again
Chris MarshMARSH DEAL COMPLETED
(Thursday 6th September 2001)
Chris Marsh has completed his 10,000 move to Northampton Town after passing a medical. Lawrie Sanchez commenting on the deal said "We wish him every success at Northampton and a fresh start could be just what he needs"
Marsh completes 10,000 move to Northampton
???PLAYER HUNT UPDATE
(Thursday 6th September 2001)
Grimsby Town have beaten Wycombe in the race to sign Blackburn central defender Marlon Broomes. The former England Under 19 international has joined The Mariners on a months loan after Wycombe had tried to negiotiate a permament deal for the 23 year old.
Wanderers ReservesRESERVES THRASH OXFORD
(Tuesday 4th September 2001)
The Wanderers' Reserves enjoyed a comfortable 4-0 victory over Oxford United on Tuesday afternoon at Adams Park. Stewart Castledine, Leeyon Phelan (2) and Ben Townsend got the goals.
Wycombe 4 Oxford United 0 - Reserves report
MatchdayHUDDERSFIELD 2 WYCOMBE 1
(Sunday 2nd September 2001)
A tragic 70th minute headed own goal from Steve Brown saw Wycombe defeated 2-1 at the McAlpine Stadium on Sunday evening. The Wanderers had led through a 14th minute goal from Gavin Holligan but a 20 yard bullet from John Thorrington drew the scores level seven minutes before the break.
Huddersfield 2 Wycombe 1 - Full match report
???BOHS STRIKER LINKED
(Saturday 1st September 2001)
While Sanchez spends the weekend scouting the English market, Wycombe are also being linked with bringing in Bohemian's Irish international Glen Crowe. The 23 year old striker scored 25 League goals for Bohs last season. However, he blotted his copybook on Friday evening when he was sent off in the Bohs 5-1 victory at Galway United.

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