Semi Final Memories: Wycombe Wanderers 2001

Posted by on Apr 15, 2015 in Semi Final Memories | One Comment
Semi Final Memories: Wycombe Wanderers 2001

Next up in our semi final series, it’s TTU regular Kerry Andrew – @kj_funk on twitter – and a supporter of one of the most unlikely teams to reach the FA Cup semi finals, Wycombe Wanderers. Throughout their history, the Chairboys have been no strangers to cup success but the FA Trophy and FA Amateur Cup triumphs of yore were as nothing compared to their run to the FA …

Gareth Ainsworth as Warrior-King

Posted by on Feb 11, 2013 in Uncategorized | One Comment
Gareth Ainsworth as Warrior-King

Lying deep in the recesses of the English mind and our claggy sod, a battle-hungry liege has long waited to be discovered. After weeks of speculation and careful assessment, statistics have shown that the gaunt, scarred frame is no less than a lost English king. The car park from which he emerged, however, is not in Leicester but at the end of an industrial estate by Adams Park, and …

What (And Who) Next For Wycombe?

Posted by on Sep 25, 2012 in Uncategorized | No Comments
What (And Who) Next For Wycombe?

Interminable rain outside, and Wycombe shifts uneasily under its sodden valley floor; a day after Wycombe Wanderers’ 125th anniversary, it’s time yet again to contemplate another new face for the club. It has come as no huge surprise that Gary Waddock, manager of the club since 2009, has been sacked. Following relegation in May, we’ve had a limp start to the 2012-13 season, with only four points gleaned from a …

Once were Wycombe Managers

Posted by on Jul 19, 2012 in Uncategorized | 6 Comments
Once were Wycombe Managers

With the Jetstream in alteration, it seems fitting to welcome back the colourful prose of Kerry Andrew – composer and curator of the Fever Bitch blog. Here, Kerry looks back at the household names that have occupied the Chairboys’ chair.

Wycombe Wanderers may be but a nobbut middling sort of team supported by a load of middle-class scout leaders, but we do seem to attract a few names to our …

Unexpected Rivalries 1: Wycombe, Slough and Colchester

Posted by on Mar 13, 2012 in Unexpected Rivalries | 5 Comments
Unexpected Rivalries 1: Wycombe, Slough and Colchester

Three years ago, this site was established on the premise that its founders were as interested, in an impartial way, in the goings on at on all Football League clubs rather than just their own. Yet without club rivalries, both longstanding and flash in the pan, football would undoutedly be poorer. Many of these can be tawdry affairs for those unattached to either team, however. This new series, then, seeks

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