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Saturday 19 April 2014 10:18 AM

Wycombe Wanderers News

Wanderers centre-back Aaron Pierre has extended his loan spell at Adams Park until the end of the campaign.

The 21-year-old has had to be patient for his first start, after joining Wanderers from League 1 side Brentford at the end of February.

But he has excelled in recent appearances for the Chairboys, and played a major role in helping the side


13:03 Mon 30 Dec 2013
wycombe wand Wycombe Wanderers have released a statement after Sunday's match with Fleetwood Town at Adam's Park was postponed at the last minute because of a frozen pitch. The club have acknowledged that the undersoil heating was
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11:36 Tue 01 Oct 2013
wycombe wand Wycombe Wanderers FC have announced two new appointments to the club's board of directors. Matt Cecil and David Cook will begin their roles with immediate effect, joining chairman Don Woodward and fellow directors David Roberton
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13:00 Thu 28 Nov 2013
wycombe wand Wycombe Wanderers boss Gareth Ainsworth has secured the services of on-loan midfielder Billy Knott until the end of January. Midfielder Knott, who celebrates his 21st birthday today, has made a big impression since joining from
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16:33 Thu 29 Aug 2013
Gareth Ainsworth Gareth Ainsworth said the Chairboys showed real character to push Oxford United all the way in the 2-2 draw on Saturday. Dean Morgan's double looked to have secured the Chairboys all three points but Johnny
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18:30 Wed 16 Apr 2014
Reading FC boss Nigel Adkins. Royals boss Nigel Adkins said the point gained in Monday's 1-1 draw with promoted Leicester City could prove very valuable come the end of the campaign. The Reading boss anticipates the push for the play-offs
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20:00 Thu 17 Apr 2014
Windsor Windsor FC picked up their first piece of silverware as a newly formed club with Tuesday's 3-0 Berks & Bucks Senior Trophy final victory against Reading Town. The Royalists, whose form of late has been
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17:30 Fri 18 Apr 2014
Johnnie Dyer Neil Baker has said that a Rebels win over Rugby Town tomorrow (Saturday) will almost certainly guarantee them a play-off spot, but said winning the match would be easier said than done. The Rebels stretched
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10:00 Sat 19 Apr 2014
Reece Tison-Lascaris Maidenhead United manager Johnson Hippolyte insists the side is still on course for survival after a rancorous, but ultimately fruitless week. The United manager claims the side's survival hopes still rest in their own hands,
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