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Dunne reaping the rewards

7 December 2012

Charles Dunne says there is no secret behind his rise into the Wanderers first team - just plenty of hard work.

The 19-year-old was playing Sunday League football up until a couple of years ago, but has now firmly established himself in the Chairboys’ defence with a number of impressive displays. 

“I’ve just listened to the coaches – Dobbo, Gary Waddock and now Gaz,” Dunne told ‘1887’. “They all give advice about what will make us better players, so it’s about working on it. Do the extras after training, work hard and listen.”

Wanderers go into Saturday’s home game with Morecambe looking for their fourth successive League 2 victory and Dunne believes boss Gareth Ainsworth must take a lot of the credit for the recent run of form.

He said: “Everyone’s buzzing, everyone’s doing well. Gaz is here and he’s brought his own style. Training’s changed, the regime’s changed. He’s added extra things to make training a little bit harder, which is good for us because when we go out on to the pitch we are stronger. 

“Gaz has changed everything and it feels good at the training ground. Everyone’s buzzing, everyone’s a family, a big family and everyone’s together. We’re climbing the table and looking at the pack above us rather than the pack below us now.”

A full interview with Dunne is included in Saturday’s edition of ‘1887’. Pick yours up for £3 from the usual outlets around Adams Park.

Platinum Members can bring a friend for FREE to the Morecambe game, and in doing so will receive 500 TeamCard points*.   

Under 16s can watch from anywhere in the ground for £1 while a family of four (two adults, two juniors) can enjoy the game in the Family Stand or Frank Adams Stand for just £40 – a saving of up to £46!  

Let’s get this place rocking - call 01494 441118 to redeem guest tickets or take advantage of the special offers.  

* The guest ticket must be used in order for the Platinum Member to receive the points.


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