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Stuart Beavon BEAVON OPTS FOR BURTON
(Monday 30th June 2014)
Former Wanderer Stuart Beavon has joined League Two side Burton Albion on a season long loan deal from Preston North End. The now 30 year striker moved to North End from Wycombe on transfer deadline day in August 2012 and made 58 League One apps, scoring 9 times in the two seasons before the switch to Burton. The news of the move comes a few days after speculation that he may have returned to Adams Park but a move closer to his current home in Burton looks to have been the key behind the deal. Commenting on the deal, Preston boss Simon Grayson said, "Stuart was a player who came to see me on a number of occasions last year and felt he needed to be playing on a regular basis and this opportunity came up for him." The deal involves a clause where he could be recalled in January.
News PETER MURPHY SIGNS
(Friday 19th June 2014)
Wanderers confirmed the signing of defender/midfielder Peter Murphy from Accrington Stanley on Friday afternoon. The 24 year old, who turned down a new contract offer from Stanley, will join Wanderers on a two year deal, with the Club having an option for a third. Murphy, who has predominately played in midfield for Stanley, will be familiar with Wycombe followers as he scored the stoppage time goal that grabbed Stanley an equaliser in the 1-1 draw with Wanderers at The Crown Ground in November 2013. However, perhaps more significantly for Wycombe, he scored a 90th minute winner away to Bristol Rovers in January 2014. The Liverpool born player joined Accrington at the age of 16 and made his First Team debut in April 2008. He went on to make 176 apps, scoring 18 times, including 9 last season, before deciding to make his move to Adams Park.
Junior Morias JUNIOR AGREES DEAL
(Wednesday 18th June 2014)
Junior Morias has agreed a new one year deal with the Club running until June 2015. The now 18 year old made his Wanderers debut under Gareth Ainsworth back in September 2012 and either side of loan spells with Hendon and Boreham Wood, has totalled 27 League apperances but all from the bench and without yet hitting the back of the net. The news on Morias leaves Anthony Stewart as the only remaining player offered a new deal yet to accept.
News LEAGUE FIXTURES OUT
(Wednesday 18th June 2014)
Wanderers will travel to Newport County on the opening day of the 2014/15 Football League season after the full fixture list was released on Wednesday morning. The season kicks off on Saturday 9th August 2014. The opening home League games of the season will be against sides relegated from League One at the end of 2013/14 - Carlisle United visiting on Saturday 16th August followed by Tranmere Rovers on Tuesday (19th August). The Boxing Day fixture is home to newly promoted Luton Town, while Easter Monday (6th April) will see Wanderers travel to Burton Albion. The local derbies with Oxford United are scheduled for Saturday 1st November 2014 at Oxford and Saturday 4th April 2015 at Adams Park. Wanderers will complete the regular Football League season on Saturday 2nd May 2015 with a trip to Northampton Town.
View full fixture list via BBC Sport online
Football League Cup MILLWALL IN LEAGUE CUP
(Tuesday 17th June 2014)
Wanderers will visit Millwall in the First Round of the Football League Cup following the draw made on Tuesday morning. It will be Wycombe's first visit to the New Den since a 2-0 'League One' victory there in November 2009 - a match that marked Gareth Ainsworth's debut for the Wanderers. In the return game at Adams Park, a clash between Tony Craig and Ainsworth, saw the Wycombe player sent-off and the Club fined £3,500 by the FA for 'failing to control their players'. The two sides also met in the League Cup in August 2010, with The Lions winning 2-1 after extra-time in a tie at Adams Park. Last season Wycombe went out to Leicester City at the First Round stage - going down 2-1 at Adams Park. The one legged tie will take place week commencing 11th August. The Football League fixtures will be published on Wednesday (18th June) at 9am.
Wycombe Wanderers Trust TRUST MEETING INFO
(Thursday 12th June 2014)
The Trust have provided information from the General Meeting held on Tuesday 10th June. The proposed change to the Trust from a Company Limited by Guarantee to a Community Benefit Society was voted through and paves the way for the previous proposed 'Community Share Scheme' to be formally activated in July. At the date of the meeting £470,000 had been pledged by 177 members, although a significant amount of this had been pledged by two individuals (as yet unnamed). The share scheme has become important since the takeover bids fell through. Trust Chairman, Trevor Stroud, commenting at the meeting said, "We got to a stage with three bidders where we asked them to put a deposit down. As soon as we asked for that, they started getting less interested. One told us they transferred it to our bank account - we never saw it. The more we dug in, the more we realised they were out to make money for themselves."
See Trust website for slide presentation from meeting
New Kit SAMSUNG DROP SHIRT DEAL
(Wednesday 11th June 2014)
Wanderers are seeking a new shirt sponsor after Samsung opted out of continuing their deal with the Club. The Electronics firm had a one year deal with Wanderers that also included the Win a Pro Contract competition, eventually won by Nathan Evans The Trust have confirmed that any new deal will be for two years to tie in with remaining length of the deal with shirt manufacturer Kukri. Samsung have also pulled out from extending similar shirt sponsorship deals with both Swindon Town and Leyton Orient. Commenting on the news, Trust Chairman Trevor Stround told the local press, "Samsung was a great deal for the football club but not driven by the interests of Wycombe Wanderers." The change in sponsor will mean a fourth consecutive season the team will start the new campaign with a different design.
Football League Cup LEAGUE CUP SEEDING & DRAW
(Tuesday 10th June 2014)
The draw for the First Round of the Football League Cup has been confirmed for 10am on Tuesday 17th June. The draw is seeded and regionalised (north and south), with Wycombe a non-seed in the Southern section. The draw will pair Wanderers with one of 18 seeded clubs from: Bournemouth, Birmingham City, Brentford, Brighton & Hove Albion, Bristol City, Cardiff City, Charlton Athletic, Ipswich Town, Leyton Orient, Millwall, Milton Keynes Dons, Peterborough United, Reading, Swindon Town, Walsall, Watford, Wolverhampton Wanderers or Yeovil Town. The one legged tie will take place week commencing 11th August.
Marvin McCoy McCOY JOINS YORK CITY
(Monday 9th June 2014)
Released full-back Marvin McCoy has joined fellow League Two side York City on a two year deal. Now 25, McCoy spent four seasons at Wycombe following a move from Wealdstone in the summmer of 2010 and went on to make 108 First Team apps. Speaking to the York press about his time at Wycombe, he said, "[Wycombe have] been promoted, which was very good, and relegated, which obviously wasn't. It makes you stronger in those tough times. You have to push to keep going and be determined, no matter what happens. It has helped in my journey as a footballer and has helped to build me as a player. I've played in League One and I'd like to think I did quite well there. I've played a lot of League Two."
Stuart Lewis LEWIS AGREES NEW DEAL
(Monday 9th June 2014)
It was confirmed on Monday that Stuart Lewis had agreed a new one year deal with the Wanderers. Now 26, the midfielder joined Wycombe in January 2011 from Dagenham & Redbridge and has since totalled 160 First Team apps for the Wanderers. Commenting on the deal, Lewis said ""I think everyone knows how much this club means to me and there's nowhere else I'd rather be. I've had a real rollercoaster journey here with a promotion, relegation and that amazing day at Torquay a few weeks ago, and I can't wait to play my part in making sure next season is one to remember for all the right reasons. It's a real honour to play for the manager and I've made a lot of good friends here on and off the pitch, so I'm delighted to be staying." Anthony Stewart and Junior Morias remain the only two players yet to agree contract offers made at the end of the season.
Wycombe Wanderers Trust TRUST MEETING TUESDAY
(Monday 9th June 2014)
A reminder that a General Meeting of Wycombe Wanderers Trust will take place on Tuesday 10th June. The main topic of the evening will be the Share Scheme, which the Trust say, in the absence of a sale of a majority stake in the Club, is vital to the Clubís future financing. Read more
Chairboys Gas CHAIRBOYS GAS - 25 YEARS ON
(Thursday 5th June 2014)
Chairboys on the Net completes the 25th anniversary digital re-issue of supporters' fanzine 'Chairboys Gas' for 1988/89 with the publication of the sixth issue of the season. This edition was released just after the close of a season where reflections are made on Wanderers' highest ever finish in the Conference (4th) and rise in average League attendances at Loakes Park to 2,248. The issue also included comments on the Hillsbrough disaster and progress on the move to Adams Park.
Download issue No.5 1988/89
Matt Bloomfield MATT SIGNS NEW DEAL
(Wednesday 4th June 2014)
Matt Bloomfield has signed a new deal with the Wanderers running until June 2016. The midfielder, now 30, was signed from Ipswich Town in December 2003 and hit the 300 appearance mark for in November 2013. He is currently in his testimonial year, with a match versus Chelsea on Wednesday 16th July arranged for his benefit. Commenting on the deal, Bloomfield said, "Itís been a privilege to play for Wycombe Wanderers since the first day I walked through the door and thatís never changed, so Iím delighted to be able to pull on the shirt for another two years." Matt Bloomfield - stats and profile
News WBA IN BCD FRIENDLY
(Monday 2nd June 2014)
Wanderers are set to take on West Bromwich Albion in a 'behind closed doors' friendly at the Premier League's side training facility in Walsall on Saturday 19th July - kick-off 3pm. The news was announced via The Baggies official website. West Brom have connected in the press with a move to sign Wanderers goalkeeper Matt Ingram. West Ham United have also been linked with signing the 20 year old who is contracted with Wycombe until June 2015.
News NEW FACE ON BOARD
(Monday 2nd June 2014)
Wanderers have announced that Andrew Howard has joined the Football Club Board in an effort to 'develop the Club's commericial offerings'. Howard, 50, is the owner of local ice cream company Beechdean Dairy Farmhouse and founder of Beechdean Motorsport. He won the British GT3 title last year in an Aston Martin V12 Vantage. Beechdean have been a long-time sponsor of the Club and Howard commented, "I am very excited about joining the board of Wycombe Wanderers Football Club. There has been a tremendous amount of hard work done over the last couple of years and I am looking forward to being part of the development and growth going forward.Ē

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