Alex Samuel leaves the club31 August 2021
Alex Samuel has left Wycombe Wanderers by mutual consent, ending a three-year stay at Adams Park, and has subsequently joined Scottish Premier League side Ross County.
Alex: "I'm excited to see where we go from here"11 January 2021
Wanderers forward Alex Samuel explained that it “meant the world” to score his first goal of the season, as his strike finalised a well-deserved Chairboys victory against Preston North End in the...
Listen back to Chairboys church service5 January 2021
A church service led by Wanderers quartet Adebayo Akinfenwa, Jason McCarthy, Alex Samuel and Cameron Yates - plus club chaplain Benedict Musola - was broadcast across 38 local BBC radio stations on...
Chairboys stars to deliver church service on BBC local radio31 December 2020
Four Chairboys stars will join club chaplain Benedict Musola on a special church service broadcast across the country on 38 BBC local radio stations on Sunday 3rd January from 8am.
One Can Trust food collection launches on New Year's Day28 November 2019
Wycombe Wanderers are proud to be launching a matchday food collection at Adams Park, benefitting the local One Can Trust foodbank, beginning at the New Year’s Day fixture against Ipswich Town.