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Matchday DARLINGTON 1 WYCOMBE 0
(Saturday 24th November 2007)
Fielding an unchanged line-up to the one that had defeated Lincoln City seven days previous, Wanderers went down 1-0 at second placed Darlington to remain 8th placed in the 'League Two' table. The only goal of the game came in the 77th minute strike when Pawel Abbott curled in a shot from the right channel following a pass from on loan Bradford City player Joe Colbeck. Wanderers could have been ahead in the first half when Matt Bloomfield saw a shot hit the post but then had 'keeper Frank Fielding to thank for saving a 28th minute spot-kick from Abbott after a trip by Leon Johnson on Richie Foran. Wanderers could have snatched a point with ten minutes remaining but Sergio Torres could only sidefoot a clear chance against the foot of the upright. Next game for Wanderers, home to Hereford on Tuesday 4th December. Wycombe: Fielding, Martin, Antwi, Johnson, Stockley (sub 83 Sutton), Bullock (sub 66 Reid), Bloomfield, Holt, Oakes (sub 84 Woodman), Torres, McGleish - subs not used: Douglas, Boucaud - Att: 3,002 (away end 150)
Youth Team YOUTHS TO FACE LIVERPOOL
(Wednesday 21st November 2007)
Wanderers Under 18's team will face holders Liverpool in the Third Round of the FA Youth Cup following a 5-0 victory over Dagenham & Redbridge in the Second Round tie at Adams Park on Wednesday evening. Wanderers were ahead after just six minutes when George Daly scrambled the ball home and the striker was to complete his hat-trick with further goals on 45 and 72 minutes. Wanderers other goals came from Callum Botham on 31 minutes and substitute Daniel Fitchett on 84 minutes. The home tie with Liverpool will take place at Adams Park on Wednesday 12th December with a 7pm kick-off. Admission prices will be 3 adults and 1 juniors. Wycombe: Adam Holloway, Jamie Turley, Darrell Ellams, Eddie Savage, Elliott Brathwaite, Craig Read, Matt Phillips, Scott Shulton (sub 65 Jordan Lumsden), George Daly (sub 80 Daniel Fitchett), Calum Botham, David Pearce (sub 70 Chidi Ogubagu) - subs not used: Tom O'Regan, James Reading - Att: 175
Reserves RESERVES 0 CHARLTON 1
(Tuesday 20th November 2007)
A 66th minute penalty from Luke Varney saw Wanderers Reserves fall 1-0 to Charlton Athletic in a Combination match at Adams Park on Tuesday afternoon. The spot-kick was given after 'keeper James Reading raced off his line but fouled Charlton's Scott Wagstaff in the process and consequently picked up a yellow card. Wycombe included triallist Tyrone Berry in their line-up against the 'Championship' second XI. Wycombe: Reading, Rice, Woodman, Crooks (sub 80 Massey), Cadmore, Christon, Boucaud, Doherty (sub 80 Fitchett), Reid, Berry, Duncan (sub 50 Palmer)
Matchday WYCOMBE 1 LINCOLN 0
(Saturday 17th November 2007)
A 39th minute goal from Scott McGleish proved to be just enough to see off ten-man bottom of the table Lincoln City at Adams Park on Saturday. The visitors had been reduced to ten men in the 27th minute when Oliver Ryan's lunge on the returning Will Antwi was enough for referee Graham Salisbury to produce a straight red. After Martin Bullock had struck a shot againt the crossbar, Wanderers eventually took the lead when Gary Holt's ball from the right was converted with ease by McGleish. Wanderers continued to dominate for the vast majority of the game but were denied again by the woodwork in the second period when Sergio Torres's shot cannoned off the foot of the right hand upright on 70 minutes. The Imps had a brief spell where they could have snatched a point but poor finishing confirmed one of the reasons why they are rooted to the foot of the table. Wanderers jump to 8th in table, four points away from the automatic promotion spots. Next game at Darlington on Saturday 24th November. Wycombe: Fielding, Martin, Johnson, Antwi, Stockley, Bullock, Holt, Torres, Oakes (sub 87 Boucaud), McGleish (sub 82 Sutton), Bloomfield - subs not used: Douglas, Woodman, Reid - Att: 4,297 (away end 288)
News THRO IN B&B
(Tuesday 13th November 2007)
A Wanderers XI including Tommy Doherty won 2-0 at Thatcham Town on Tuesday evening to progress to the Quarter-Finals of the Berks & Bucks Senior Cup. Wycombe took the lead inside two minutes when Reuben Reid's cross was struck home by John Sutton. Wycombe doubled their lead on 57 minutes when Lewis Christon rifled in a superb 25 yard volley. Wanderers will travel to Didcot Town in the next round on Tuesday 15th January 2008. Wycombe: Reading, Rice, Christon, Cadmore, Crooks, Phillips, Boucaud, Doherty (sub 75 Shulton), Duncan, Sutton, Reid - subs not used: Ellams, Savage, Ogbuagu, Botham - Att:100 (approx)
New stadium NEW STADIUM ONLY OPTION
(Tuesday 13th November 2007)
After announcing continuing losses in their annual accounts, the PLC's only option to progress now appears to be the previously talked up new stadium. Club Chairman Ivor Beeks said in his annual report, "Whilst the Board will continue to drive revenue opportunities and control costs at Adams Park, the long term solution to becoming financially self sufficient has to be the creation of a new stadium. This will provide the impetuous (sic) for larger attendances and higher revenues for both Wycombe Wanderers and London Wasps. Without achieving this goal it is unlikely that the ambitions of both Clubs and the local community in which they participate will be realised."
Accounts PLC ANNOUNCE LOSS
(Monday 12th November 2007)
The PLC have announced a 700K loss for the 2006/7 season - a decrease of 1.2m compared to the previous season. However, the losses come despite benefitting 531K from the sale of Roger Johnson and Kevin Betsy, seeing an increase in matchday receipts, due to Wanderers run to the semi-final of The League Cup, by 364K to 1,584K and an increase in broadcast revenue from 98K to 230K. The main improvement financially came from reducing operating costs by 562K to 5,928K (particularly focused in the Catering dept.). However, Club MD Steve Hayes now has loans totalling 4,086K, while fellow Director Brian Kane's wife advanced the company 500K during the season. The AGM is due to take place on Thursday 6th December 2007.
FA Cup WYCOMBE 1 SWINDON 2
(Saturday 10th November 2007)
Wanderers went out of the FA Cup at home to Swindon Town on Saturday to complete a season of misery in all major cup competitions this season. A fairly even first half ended goalless against Swindon but the visitors got the breakthrough on 66 minutes when a mistake by Tom Williams let in Christian Roberts to score. Six minutes later it was 2-0 when Billy Paynter's shot from the edge of the box beat Frank Fielding in the Wycombe goal. Wanderers pulled a goal back on 83 minutes when Matt Bloomfield was credited in getting the final touch to a back pass that had looped over Swindon 'keeper Peter Brezovan. However, the goal did not provide the catalyst for a comeback and it will now be promotion or nothing for Paul Lambert's side this season. Wycombe: Fielding, Martin, Johnson, McCracken (sub 21 Stockley), Williams, Bullock (sub 67 Sutton), Bloomfield, Torres, Holt, Oakes, McGleish - subs not used: Douglas, Boucaud, Reid - Att: 3,332 (away end 841)
Matchday WREXHAM 0 WYCOMBE 0
(Wednesday 7th November 2007)
Wanderers failed to find the net against one from bottom of the table Wrexham on Wednesday evening and had 'keeper Frank Fielding to thank for saving a 25th minute penalty from Ryan Valentine to ensure the game ended goalless. The result means Wycombe stay 9th in the 'League Two' table and five points away from the automatic promotion slots. It's now on to FA Cup action on Saturday when Swindon Town are the visitors to Adams Park. Wycombe: Fielding, Martin (sub 87 Stockley), Antwi (sub HT Johnson), McCracken, Williams, Bullock, Oakes, Bloomfield, Torres, Reid, McGleish (sub 85 Sutton) - subs not used: Douglas, Holt - Att:2,805 (away section 102)
News BBC SHARE FL RIGHTS
(Tuesday 6th November 2007)
Wanderers should benefit from a new TV deal to show Football League matches on both BBC and Sky. The three year deal, starting from the 2009/10 season, will be worth 88m per season to FL clubs. BBC online reports that the BBC will take over the currently highlights 'service' offered by ITV and the beeb will also provide online content, with Head of Sport Roger Mosey claiming that the BBC website will show goals from all 72 FL clubs.

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