It is utterly incredible that just 214 days after that special day at Wembley there are Wycombe Wanderers supporters who want Gareth Ainsworth gone. As someone who can rightly claim to be our greatest ever manager, he deserves just a little gratitud…
The number of different interpretations of this letter to season ticket holders is rather remarkable.
Firstly I think it's incredible that people believe Gareth Ainsworth needs a kick up the arse. It shows a lack of faith in the person who has ta…
That is of course true, but the question should probably be whether it's safe to screen games in cinemas
The somewhat unpalatable truth is that football being the emotional game that it is, will make it difficult for fans…
I'm not overly sold on Stockdale as much as some others but I'm working on the theory that Gareth and Dobbo know what they are doing far far better than I do.
Feels like a solid theory to me.
Another point about last night, I think our cardboard fans were in the "lucky end". In our four Wembley appearances in my lifetime we have won the three lucky end days and lost the unlucky end day. Just a superstition but I know…
They were all after 2002, hence your struggles. This one is pre-Adams Park era.
Q: Gareth Ainsworth is one of five Wycombe Wanderers players who went on to subsequently coach / manage the club on a permanent basis. Can you name the other four?
@floyd You're not the first person to describe my mind as such.
@drcongo No offence taken and thanks for the feedback. I shall try and make it easier to have a guess at the answers at least.
@eric_plant Not the first time eh? I must admit I wo…
@NewburyWanderer You were right about Paul Kerr of course, so it should have been an 18-pointer. Don't know how I forgot it tbh, it was pretty memorable.
@drcongo sorry to hear that. It was meant to be challenging but not impossible.
When was the last time we had any sort of controversy in a game with Col U?
Was it the FA cup in the late 90s?
Rivalries can certainly fade.
Gaz punched one into the back of the net in injury time back in 2010!