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TRANSFERS & LOANS
June 2014 to May 2015
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Out
May 2015
Charlie HORLOCK Goalkeeper Released
Released by Wycombe at the end of the 2014/15 season having been unable to break into the First Team during a two year spell at Adams Park. Originally part of the Youth system at Wycombe but switched to Stevenage before returning in May 2013 on a one year deal, aged 18. Spent time on loan at Hendon during the 2013/14 season before being recalled as cover for first choice 'keeper Matt Ingram. His deal was extended for a further year in May 2014 and went to have loan spells at both Harrow Borough and Hitchin Town. Returned to Wanderers towards the end of the 2014/15 season and was an unused substitute in all three of Wanderers' Play-Off games after Matt Ingram was injured and then second choice Alex Lynch stepped in.
Out
May 2015
Nathan EVANS Forward Released
Released by the Wanderers at the end of the 2014/15 season without having made a single First Team appearance or even appearing as an unused substitute. Was the winner of the Samsung 'Win a Pro Contract' competition run during the 2013/14 season, the prize being a one year deal with the Wanderers starting in July 2014. Spent time on loan at Scarborough during his time with Wycombe.
Out
May 2015
Tommy FLETCHER Defender Released
Former Cheshunt youngster who released by the Wanderers at the end of the 2014/15 season having made a solitary 89th minute substitute appearance in a Football League Trophy tie at Exeter in September 2013. During his two year spell at Adams Park also spent time on loan at Bishop's Stortford and Chesham United.
Out
May 2015
Matt McCLURE Forward Released
The former Wanderers Youth Teamer was the highest profile player to be released by the Club at the end of the 2014/15 season. Debuted for Wycombe as an 18 year old in September 2010 but had to wait until March 2012 before gaining his first start. Hit a high point the following season with 11 League goals in 27 appearances. An injury hit 2014/15 campaign concluded with his release having been an unused substitute in the Play-Off Final against Southend at Wembley on 23 May 2015. His final record at Wycombe was 26 goals in 126 appearances.
Out
May 2015
Sam SAUNDERS & Nico YENNARIS (loans returned) Midfield Loans from Brentford
Brentford duo on 'short term' loan who returned to their parent club following Wanderers' Play-Off Final defeat to Southend at Wembley on 23rd May 2015. Saunders made 14 appearances for Wanderers, scoring twice but his injury in the opening seconds of the Play-Off Final meant his farewell to the Wanderers turned out to be an unhappy one. Meanwhile, fellow midfielder Yennaris made 17 appearances, scoring once, for Wanderers and earned plaudits for his ability to cover in defence.
Out
May 2015
Alfie MAWSON (loan returned) Defender Loan from Brentford
Quite simply a revelation during his season at Adams Park. The then 20 year old originally arrived on a one-month 'youth loan' to provide cover for the injured Gary Doherty but this was eventually extended until the end of the 2014/15 campaign. By that time he had made 50 appearances for the Wanderers, scoring 7 times and picking up all the available Player of the Season awards at the Club. His progress after his time at Adams Park will be watched keenly by Wanderers followers.
Out
May 2015
Fred ONYEDINMA (loan returned) Midfield/Forward Loan from Millwall
Returned to parent club Millwall following Wanderers' Play-Off Final defeat at Wembley. The 18 year old originally joined Wycombe in a short term loan in November 2014 but this was extended to the end of the season following Paris Cowan-Hall's move from Wycombe to Millwall on 1st January 2015. After a relatively slow start with Gareth Ainsworth's side, then hit 3 goals in successive games and a further 5 goals in four successive goals to highlight his potential. His impact tailed off towards the end of the season, ending with a playing record of 27 appearances and 8 goals.
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Feb 2015
Nico YENNARIS (loan in) Defender Loan from Brentford
Singed by Wanderers on a one month deal on 27th February 2015a long with teammate Sam Saunders. 21 year old Yennaris is a full-back who made four First Team appearances for Arsenal before signing for The Bees in January 2014 on a two and half-year deal for an undisclosed fee. However, his time at Brentford has been plagued by injuries, restricting him to just seven starts and three sub appearances. Allocated the No.4 in the Wanderers squad.
In
Feb 2015
Sam SAUNDERS (loan in) Midfield Loan from Brentford
Singed by Wanderers on a one month deal on 27th February 2015. The 31 year old is described as an attacking midfielder and began his football career with the Charlton Athletic youth team but had to wait until a move to Dagenham & Redbridge before achieving his Football League debut after the Daggers were promoted from the Conference in 2007. He moved to The Bees in the summer of 2009 (along with teammates Danny Foster and Ben Strevens) on a free. He has since gone on to make more than 150 First Team apps, scoring 27 goals, although a knee injury in January 2014 interupted his career- returning in November 2014 and subsequently earning a year extension to his contract at Griffin Park. Allocated the No.7 in the Wanderers squad.
Out
Jan 2015
Josh SCOWEN Midfield Undisclosed to Barnsley
News was confirmed on Thursday 15th January 2015 that the highly rated midfielder had signed for Barnsley on a two and a half year deal in a deal estimated to be worth in excess of 250,000 to the Wanderers. The 21 year old, who made his 100th appearance for Wycombe the previous Saturday, was out of contract in the summer of 2015 and would have been able to leave for a 'compensation only' deal had the player decided not to sign the new deal he had been offered.
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Jan 2015
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Feb 2015
Courtney SENIOR (loan in) Midfield Loan from Brentford
Loan deal announced on Saturday 10th January 2015 for the 17 year old to Wanderers on a one-month youth loan deal Brentford. The second year scholar with the Brentford Youth set-up was top appearance maker in 2013/14 for The Bees U18 side, making 22 apps and scoring 3 goals but had yet to have been involved in First Team duties for the 'Championship' side at the time of his move to Adams Park. The initial deal runs until 11th February 2015. He has been allocated No.27 in the Wanderers squad. Returned to Brentford at the end of his loan deal having finally made his Wanderers debut as a late substitute in the League game with Plymouth Argyle on 10th February 2015.
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Jan 2015
Marcus BEAN Midfield Free from Colchester Utd
Permanent deal confirmed on Friday 9th January 2015. The midfielder signed on a free transfer from Colchester United. The 31 year old was released by The U's following a return from a loan spell with Portsmouth and joined Wanderers on a deal running until June 2016. The deal reunited Bean with Wycombe boss Gareth Ainsworth, who were teammates at QPR - Bean made his QPR debut against Wycombe as a substitute in a 4-1 defeat at Adams Park in August 2002 but was sent-off after only eight minutes for violent conduct. He was allocated the No.8 in the Wanderers squad.
Out
Jan 2015
Stuart LEWIS Midfield Free to Ebbsfleet United
Confirmed on 7th January 2015 that the midfielder was leaving the Wanderers to join Conference side Ebbsfleet United. The 27 year old had totalled 168 appearances for Wycombe since joining from Dagenham & Redbridge in November 2010. He quickly became a regular in the side under both Gary Waddock and then new boss Gareth Ainsworth, where he was made Club Captain. However, opportunities have been limited in 2014/15 (just one League start before his departure) and the player has opted to pursue a new challenge with the Conference South side.
Out
Dec 2014
Paris COWAN-HALL Midfield Undisclosed to Millwall
Confirmed on Tuesday 30th December 2014 that 'Championship' side Millwall had agreed to the 24 year old on a permament deal when the transfer window opens on 1st January 2015. Ian Holloway's side have a agreed a two and a half year deal for an 'undisclosed fee' that also includes an agreement to keep Millwall youngster Fred Onyedinma on loan at Adams Park for the remainder of the 2014/15 season. he originally joined Wycombe on a free from Plymouth Argyle in the summer of 2013 and had scored 11 goals in 53 appearances for the Wanderers.
Out
Dec 2014
Gary DOHERTY Defender Retired
Confirmed on Thursday 18th December 2014 that the central defender has announced his retirement from playing after failing to recover from a knee injury sustained in the pre-season friendly at Barnet in August 2014. The 34 year old originally joined Wanderers in February 2012 on a loan deal from Charlton Athletic. That deal made permanent at the end of the 2011/12 campaign and despite having an injury plagued time at Adams Park, managed to clock up 60 appearances for Wycombe, most of those as Captain as he proved a reliable and experienced head to have in the side.
In
Nov 2014
Fred ONYEDINMA (loan in) Midfield/Forward Loan from Millwall
Loan deadline day (27th November 2014) signing from Millwall. Attacking midfielder who turned 18 on 24 November 2014 and caught the eye of Gareth Ainsworth when he played against the Wanderers in the second-half of the League Cup tie at The New Den in August 2014. Joined on a 'youth loan' running until 3rd January 2015 but was not given permission to play in the FA Cup. He made his First Team debut for Millwall in January 2014 and made eight further eight appearances before his move to Adams Park. Loan deal was extended for the remainder of the 2014/15 season following Paris Cowan-Hall's move from Wycombe to Millwall on 1st January 2015.
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Oct 2014
Hogan EPHRAIM Midfield Free from QPR
Former Queens Park Rangers attacking midfielder who signed a permament deal for Wanderers on 28th October 2014. The 26 year old, who played for Wycombe in a pre-season friendly at Chesham, agreed a deal until the end of the 2014/15 season. Originally with the West Ham United accademy, Ephraim made his mark as a team mate of Gareth Ainsworth with QPR, totalling more than 100 appearances, although only scoring on 8 occasions. Rangers' rise to the Premiership for the 2011/12 season saw him lose his place in the First Team and he spent loan spells with Leeds United, Charlton Athletic (playing alongside Gary Doherty and Paul Hayes), Bristol City and Peterborough United before being released by The R's in the summer of 2014. He was allocated No.31 in the Wanderers squad.
Out
Sep 2014
Junior MORIAS Forward Released 'mutual consent'
Released by 'mutual consent' on transfer deadline day (1st September 2014). The surprising news came after the 19 year old agreed a new one year deal just prior to the start of the 2014/15 season. Morias made his Wanderers debut under Gareth Ainsworth back in September 2012 and amongst loan spells with Hendon (twice) and Boreham Wood, totalled 27 League but all from the bench and without hitting the back of the net. Also made four cup appearances for the Wanderers, with his only start coming in the FA Cup tie at Crewe in November 2012.
In
Aug 2014
Alfie MAWSON (loan in) Defender Loan from Brentford
Arrived on one-month 'youth loan' to provide cover for Gary Doherty, who the Club revealed has been sidelined with a knee injury. The 20-year-old previously spent time on loan at Maidenhead United, Luton Town and Welling United. The initial loan deal expired on 7th September 2014 but after a successful month at Adams Park, this was extended until 1st January 2015. He was allocated No.26 in the Wanderers squad for 2014/15. The loan was extended further, until the end of the 2014/15 season on 3rd January 2015.
In
Aug 2014
Aaron HOLLOWAY Forward/Midfield Free from Newport County
Signed a 'short term' with Wanderers on the opening day of the 2014/15 season (running until 7th January 2015). The 21 year forward played for Wycombe in the pre-season friendlies at Cheshunt and Barnet and was given international clearance in time for the opening game of the season at former club Newport County. Holloway was originally part of the Cardiff City youth system before switching to Bristol City when he was 18. Made four appearances at Newport in 2013/14 but was released in May 2014. Was allocated No.25 in the Wanderers squad for 2014/15. Deal was extended until the end of 2014/15 season on 7th January 2015.
In
Aug 2014
Nicky WALKER (loan in) Forward Loan from Rotherham
Rotherham forward who signed on loan for the Wanderers on the same day that Millers teammate Danny Rowe returned to Adams Park. The 19 year old comes to Wanderers having failed to break into the Rotherham First Team a regular basis - three appearances to his name, the most recent coming in December 2012. He has been allocated No.23 in the Wanderers squad for 2014/15.
In
Aug 2014
Danny ROWE (loan in) Defender Loan from Rotherham
Rotherham defender who returned on loan to the Wanderers just prior to the start of the 2014/15 season. The 18 year old made seven appearances for Wanderers during the 2013/14 season following a loan move at the end of March 2014. This new deal runs until 2nd November 2014. He was allocated No.18 in the Wanderers squad for 2014/15. Recalled by The Millers on 27th September 2014 due to injury problems at the 'League One' side but returned again on 18th October 2014 in a new deal that ran until 3rd January 2015. The loan was extended until the end of the 2014/15 season on 6th January 2015.
In
July 2014
Alex LYNCH Goalkeeper Free from Peterborough United
Wanderers confirmed on 2nd July 2014 the signing of 19 year old goalkeeper Alex Lynch on a free transfer following his release from League One side Peterborough United. He has signed a two year deal with Wycombe and is said to have signed in order to, "develop his career under goalkeeping coach Barry Richardson, with whom he worked at the Posh." The Welsh U19 international spent time on loan with Stamford AFC last season having signed from Welsh side Amlwch Town in 2011.
In
July 2014
Joe JACOBSON Defender Free from Shrewsbury Town
Wanderers confirmed on 1st July 2014 the signing of left-back Joe Jacobson. The 27 year old joins on a two year deal following his release from relegated Shrewsbury Town. The former Welsh U21 Captain was Player of the Season with The Shrews in 2013/14 - his third year there following time with Cardiff City, Bristol Rovers, Oldham Athletic and Accrington Stanley.
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June 2014
Peter MURPHY Midfield Free from Accrington Stanley
Wanderers confirmed on 19th June 2014 the signing of defender/midfielder Peter Murphy from Accrington Stanley. 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.
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