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Departees say farewell to Wycombe Wanderers

9 May 2016

Those players leaving Adams Park this summer have paid tribute to the club.

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Ryan Allsop (returning to parent club Bournemouth after his loan spell):
"I've really enjoyed it here and I'm really grateful to the gaffer and Baz for the opportunity. Everyone has made me feel so welcome. They've got a solid base here, good spine of the squad, and with one or two additions and I think they’ll do well next year."
- Talking to Chairboys PlayerHD after Saturday's game

Alex Lynch (leaving at the end of his contract):
"After two unforgettable years my time at Wycombe has come to an end. I have gained experience that I could never have dreamed about. It’s been a pleasure to be part of a club moving forward. Thanks to the gaffer and Baz for giving me the chance to play, to the lads for making my time here enjoyable, and to the fans for their support through being chucked in at the deep end a few times. It’s been a pleasure."
- On Twitter

Jason McCarthy (returning to parent club Southampton after his loan spell):
"I want to thank WWFC for an amazing season - the manager, his staff, the fans and players I’ve had the pleasure of learning off every day. I have memories that will last a lifetime and I’m forever grateful to all of you."
- On Twitter

Max Kretzschmar (leaving at the end of his contract):
"It’s with a heavy heart I say goodbye to Wycombe Wanderers. This club has been a part of me since I was 14 years old and will always live on with me. I want to say a massive thank you to Dobbo and the manager for giving me my first opportunity in professional football and letting me achieve my dreams. I’m happy with the decision that has been made and I’m very excited for what the future may hold. Avoiding relegation and reaching the play-off final the next season was an unbelievable achievement and will live with me forever. I couldn’t have spent my time here with a better group of lads and I wish them all the best next season. And finally to the fans, thanks for your support over the years. I loved every minute I played for your club."
- On Twitter

Jerell Sellars (returning to parent club Aston Villa after his loan spell):
"Massive thank you to all the fans, players and staff for welcoming me to the club and helping me enjoy my time! All the best!"
- On Twitter

Paris Cowan-Hall ‏(returning to parent club Millwall after his loan spell):
"Want to say a big thanks to the players, staff and fans. Very special club."
- On Twitter

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