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Overwhelming feeling of pride at a small club working their proverbials off. Gareth Ainsworth must take huge credit for rebuilding the bond between club and supporters. Wherever many of those players are playing next season, a little bit of them will be forever chairboys.
Sympathy most of all to Sam Saunders - every players dream to play at Wembley, what a shame that his lasted just a few seconds
And the sour notes?
1) Phil Brown when they scored their goal deciding not to celebrate with his own fans but instead to gesticulate towards ours. Classless tw*t.
2) I know people like to stand up at football, tbh I do myself. But when you know there are young kids sitting behind you, when you have seen a old gentleman on sticks barely able to climb the steps to his seat behind you, is it really too much to ask for most of the game at least to show the basic human decency of sitting down so that they can watch the game too?
Anyway another memorable occasion, if not the right result, more bonding of club and supporter that hopefully can only bode well for the future. Roll on August. Thank you Gareth Ainsworth - already secured as a Wycombe legend.