BBC Breakfast presenter and Wanderers fan Bill Turnbull says the club can be proud of its supporter ownership.Bill is one of more than 250 Chairboys fans who have invested into the share scheme which aims to raise £2million over a five-year period, assisting the club's pursuit of stability and success under fan ownership by providing working capital and improving its profitability.
He also volunteers his services for Chairboys PlayerHD commentary on a regular basis, as well as hosting events such as the club's end of season dinner.
When asked to give his reasons for investing in the share scheme, Bill said: "Wycombe Wanderers FC is the envy of so many other clubs because it is owned by its supporters.
"Who wouldn’t want to be a part of that? Whether your shareholding is big or small, you can make a difference - and be proud of it."
Almost £700,000 has been invested so far, funding the repair of the big screen, new seats in the Family Stand, a new flag at the entrance to Adams Park and medical equipment which accelerated the return from injury of Paul Hayes and Anthony Stewart.
The big screen in particular has proven its worth, subsequently generating advertising revenue which far outweighs the investment required to repair it in the summer, while Hayes marked his early comeback from injury with a crucial equalising goal in the 1-1 draw with Carlisle in October.
You too can get your share in Wycombe Wanderers for as little as £100 or as much as £100,000 over five years - click here for more details.