19 May 2013: 4:48am
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WYCOMBE Wanderers have seen off a winding up petition in the High Court.Read
DEAN Morgan has agreed terms on a new one-year Wycombe Wanderers contract.Read
GARETH Ainsworth is expecting a busy summer as he lays the foundations for his first full season as manager of Wycombe Wanderers.Read
GARETH Ainsworth has wasted little time in clearing out the deadwood at Adams Park after releasing four Wycombe Wanderers players today.Read
DEAN Morgan says his relationship with Gareth Ainsworth has given him all the incentive he needs to stay on at Wycombe Wanderers next year.Read
WYCOMBE Wanderers have announced a new kit sponsorship deal with electronics giant Samsung.Read
AN EMOTIONAL Gareth Ainsworth has vowed never to forget his last day as a professional footballer – having collected a souvenir from his boyhood hero to mark his 600th career appearance.
GARETH Ainsworth had to make do with a point in the final appearance of his career, as Lee Hughes' late header cancelled out a first half penalty from Dean Morgan.
MARVIN McCoy hopes he has done enough to earn a new Wycombe Wanderers contract.Read
WYCOMBE Wanderers' teenage goalkeeper Matt Ingram is loving every minute of his run in the first team and would relish being the number one at Adams Park next season.Read
MANAGER Gareth Ainsworth has signed a new two-year contract at Wycombe Wanderers.Read
WYCOMBE Wanderers were unable to spoil Barnet's party in the last game ever played at Underhill.Read
STUART Lewis is looking forward to being part of history as Wycombe Wanderers take on Barnet in the last ever game at Underhill.Read
WYCOMBE Wanderers edged a little closer to achieving their ambitions of a top-half finish with a point against Northampton Town.Read
GARETH Ainsworth wants Wycombe Wanderers to push on and finish in the top half of the League Two table following today's win over Aldershot Town.Read
DAVE Winfield will be assessed by Wycombe Wanderers medical staff after limping out of today's win over Aldershot Town.Read
JOEL Grant came back to haunt Aldershot Town as he netted the winner for Wycombe Wanderers against his old club this afternoon.Read
DAVE Winfield admits he would be sad to see this weekend’s opponents, Aldershot, suffer relegation from League Two.Read
THE Wycombe future is bright if Matt Ingram continues in this vein.
GARETH Ainsworth praised Joel Grant for the great individual strike that settled the M40 derby at Oxford United's Kassam Stadium.Read
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