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Gareth Ainsworth proud as Wycombe seal play-off place

Wycombe boss Gareth Ainsworth was proud as goals from Sam Vokes and Jordan Obita sealed their place in the Sky Bet League One play-offs for the second time in three seasons. Wanderers, relegated from the Championship 12 months ago, have always been in the mix for an immediate return and Ainsworth had faith.
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Gareth Ainsworth preparing Wycombe for crunch clash with Owls

Gareth Ainsworth has described Wycombe’s clash with promotion rivals Sheffield Wednesday as their biggest match of the season. Wanderers suffered a setback last weekend when they could only draw with AFC Wimbledon. Anthony Stewart returned from injury as a substitute and could come back into the starting line-up, with...
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Gareth Ainsworth feels Wycombe are coming into form at the right time

Gareth Ainsworth feels Wycombe are coming into form at the right time after their “best away result of the season” at Cambridge. Ainsworth’s Chairboys were dominant throughout to ease past the U’s 4-1, adding to their half-time lead – given to them by Sam Vokes – with two goals in three minutes after the break from Vokes and Josh Scowen, before Garath McCleary completed the scoring late on after Harvey Knibbs had pulled a goal back for the hosts.
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Gareth Ainsworth happy to celebrate Adebayo Akinfenwa in style

Gareth Ainsworth stressed the importance of celebrating Adebayo Akinfenwa’s career in style after Wycombe defeated Doncaster 2-0. Garath McCleary and Anis Mehmeti both scored for Wanderers as they prevailed over relegation-threatened Rovers to boost their League One play-off chances. The result made it a day to remember for the...
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Gareth Ainsworth sees attributes of leaders and takes the point

Wycombe manager Gareth Ainsworth praised Rotherham’s defending after their miserly backline shut his team out in the 0-0 Sky Bet League One draw at Adams Park. The Chairboys had the better of the play over 90 minutes, but the Millers showed just why they have only conceded five goals on the road in League One all season as a meeting between these two finished goalless for the second time in the campaign.
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