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Gaz: Victories were for the fans

10 September 2013

Gareth Ainsworth has praised the Wanderers faithful for their support during Blues’ two mammoth trips last week.

Chairboys were backed by a vocal support at both Exeter City and Hartlepool United, with fans attending both games travelling close to 900 miles.

“They were amazing, they keep on backing us,” said Ainsworth after Saturday’s 2-1 win at Hartlepool.

“There were familiar faces again and they were brilliant. Thank you, thank you very much!

“You really made yourselves heard and you’re linking with the staff and the players. This is the ‘One Wycombe’ thing that we’ve been talking about.

“It’s a long way from Wycombe and my little boy had his first competitive game this morning and scored four goals so I missed something as well back in Wycombe.

“It was a really good day and I’m really pleased – the fans deserve it.”

Wanderers face another lengthy trip this weekend as they travel to Plymouth Argyle. The Blues then return to Adams Park the following Saturday for the visit of York City.

Plenty will be going on at that game as it’s the closestfixture to the anniversary of Wycombe’s first ever game on Monday 24th September 1887.  

As well as the opportunity to dine with legendary players, fans will be able to have their photo taken with one of the club’s most famous trophies.  

A signed 2013/14 shirt will also be presented to the supporter who shows off the oldest Wanderers replica shirt on the day.  

For the kids, the inflatable football pitch will be in action, while a face painter will be on hand to enhance the matchday experience. Both of these activities will be free of charge.  

A family of four (two adults, one junior and one child) can sit in the Family Stand for just £30!  

Individual tickets start from just £7 for juniors, £11 for young adults, £13 for seniors and £17 for adults. Children are FREE, while Blues Card members are entitled to a £2 discount on each ticket.  

Buy online, in person from the Information Centre or by calling 01494 441118.


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