Born: 23 Sep 1984
Where: Enfield, London
Joined Wycombe: June 2010 - From Brentford - Free.
Wycombe Debut: Wycombe 2 Morecambe 0 - 7 Aug 2010
First Wycombe goal: Wycombe 2 Aldershot 2 - 5 March 2011
Final Wycombe game: Rotherham 2 Wycombe 3 - 20 Nov 2012
Announced retirement from playing on 16 November 2013.
Danny Foster Career summary at Wycombe.
83 appearances, 1 goal
Career Details - (*) indicates loan spell
Date Club League
Jul04-Jul09 Dagenham & Redbridge 170(1) 4 9(0) 0
Jul09-Jul10 Brentford 32(4) 0 6(0) 0
2010/2011 Wycombe Wanderers 37(1) 1 3(0) 0
2011/2012 Wycombe Wanderers 28(0) 0 3(0) 0
2012/2013 Wycombe Wanderers 9(0) 0 2(0) 0
Background: Former Tottenham Hotspur youth player who also gained England U18 honours before being released by the north London club and joining Dagengam & Redbridge. Made 180 apps for The Daggers in a five year spell before switching to Brentford in the summer of 2009 on a free. Spent a season at Griffin Park before Gary Waddock moved to sign him for Wycombe on a one year deal in the summer of 2010. His consistent performances during the 2010/11 promotion season earned him a contract extension until June 2013. Commenting on the deal to the official website, Foster said "I'm over the moon. I always wanted to stay here and never thought about leaving for a second because this is such a good club to be at. The manager, staff, players and fans have all been great to me so it ticks all the right boxes. The people behind the scenes have got the right ideas and they're moving the club forward in a positive way. There was a real buzz and a family atmosphere around the place last season and I enjoy getting up and coming into training every day."
Continued to be a regular in the Wycombe side until injury in an away game at Rotherham in November 2012 eventually forced his retirement from the playing side to be confirmed 12 months later. Speaking of his decision to retire, Foster said "A lot of players will sit in a chair at the end of their careers and say, ĎI probably had more downs than upsí. Iím one of the lucky ones. Iíve had a couple of promotions and many, many good memories and good times. I'll remember the good stuff over the bad stuff, thatís for sure. When I signed here, that first year we had when we got promotion under Gary Waddock was immense. The Southend game stands out, Bury away Ė you never forget that. Thereís some great memories and some great people around this club. I met some great people through football that are now friends away from the football pitch as well." External links:
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