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Gaz geared up for exciting start

19 June 2013

Blues boss Gareth Ainsworth says he can’t wait to get back in the swing of things after the fixtures were revealed this morning.



” “I’m always positive. They’re all winnnable games and I’m expecting a tight league, but one thing’s for sure, we want to hit the ground running.

“We’ve got some tasty games early on – local away games at AFC Wimbledon and Oxford, plus we’ll come up against a team that’s come up and a team that’s come down, so that’ll be a good indicator.

He said: “It’s always pleasing to have a home game first up.

Ainsworth’s men then entertain Southend United before the first six League 2 fixtures are completed with a long journey to recently-relegated Hartlepool United.

Wanderers welcome Morecambe to Adams Park on the opening day before trips to AFC Wimbledon and Oxford United either side of a visit from newly-promoted Mansfield Town.

“It’s a great day for the fans because they can start planning their Saturdays for the next nine months.”

“Looking at the fixtures, it backs up my point that we’ve got no-one to fear. It’s exciting and I just want to get stuck in now.

“I’ve missed it,” the 40-year-old told wwfc.com. “The fixtures coming out has whetted my appetite even more.


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