The 2010/11 English soccer season is about to get under way, and as you might have noticed we have adopted a team to follow in the lower divisions.
Wycombe Wanderers are a professional soccer team currently playing English League Two football, having been relegated from League One last season.
We will feature news and info about how they are doing, giving you insight into what it is like to be a professional footballer at a mid-tier club in England. Sometimes it is just more refreshing to view soccer away from the big spending clubs!
The Club’s Stadium is named Adams Park and is situated in High Wycombe, London. It’s Capacity is 10,284, with an average attendance of just over 5,000 per game. Here is some other information to get you in the know about the club.
Full-Name:Wycombe Wanderers Football Club
Nick-name: The Chairboys
Ground: Adams Park
Owner: Steve Hayes
Chairman: Ivor Beeks
Manager: Gary Waddock
Assistant Manager: Martin Krul
Current-Captain: Gareth Ainsworth
Home Colours: Dark Blue and Light Blue
Away Colours: Yellow
Current Honours: F.A Cup semi-finalists 2000/01, League Cup semi-finalists 2006/07, Football Conference Champions 1992-93, F.A Trophy Winners 1991,1993, Anglo Italian Cup Winners 1975/76.
Famous Fans: Commentator Alan Parry, Doctor Who Actor Colin Baker and Actor Warren Clarke.
Famous Players: Gary Ablett, Steve Brown, Steve Claridge, Michael Duberry, Steve Guppy, Roger Johnson, Rob Lee, Cyrille Regis, Nathan Tyson, Ray Wilkins, Neil Lennon, Sean Devine and Jermain Easter.
Famous U.S Players: John Kerr and Otto Decker.
Famous Managers: Martin O’ Neill, Alan Smith, John Gregory, Lawrie Sanchez, John Gorman, Paul Lambert, Tony Adams, Peter Taylor and current boss Gary Waddock.
2010/11 Expectations: To gain automatic Promotion to League One and a good run in League and F.A Cups.