Tag Archives: Gareth Ainsworth

Rob Couhig & Trevor Stroud interviews

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Rob Couhig at the training ground, not wearing his WW baseball hat

American investor Rob Couhig met Wycombe Wanderers Trust members at Adams Park to explain his vision and involvement in the club. The day after, I sat down with Rob at the training ground and here is the interview:

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Football consultant Mark Palmer, WW & WW Trust Chairman Trevor Stroud with Rob Couhig 

I also spoke with Wycombe Wanderers and Wycombe Wanderers Trust chairman  Trevor Stroud. I started off by asking him to explain how Rob Couhig became involved in the club:

 

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Gareth Ainsworth post Walsall

A tense and nervy affair was settled by a stunning Jason McCarthy free kick which took Wycombe to the brink of League 1 survival.

In what was probably the Chairboys worst performance of late, the win was reward for their excellent but fruitless endeavours against Rochdale, Charlton and Portsmouth.

With two games remaining and a superior goal difference to most of the teams around them, Wycombe still need a point to be 100% safe.

The relief at full time was palpable and soon after, I spoke to the Wanderers manager, Gareth Ainsworth:

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One more point… 

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Wycombe Wanderers 0-1 Gillingham

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“A disappointing result but not a disappointing performance”

Wycombe Wanderers lost at Adams Park to Gillingham, extending their winless run to five games.

Substitute Regan Charles-Cook forced the ball home on 82 minutes with his first touch, leaving the Chairboys frustrated for not taking their chances earlier in the game.

After the match I spoke to the Wanderers manager Gareth Ainsworth on BBC Three Counties Radio:

 

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AINSWORTH PRE LUTON TOWN

Wycombe head to Kenilworth Road on the back of a five match unbeaten run whilst Luton Town haven’t tasted defeat in the EFL since last October.

The Hatters are top of the league and have the in form James Collins upfront who is the current EFL1 Player Of The Month and also the leading scorer in the division.

Ahead of the game, I spoke to the Chairboys manager Gareth Ainsworth:

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“We go there with the intention of winning the game” 

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Manchester City Prospect Signs For The Chairboys

Wycombe Wanderers have made their first signing of the January transfer window by securing Luke Bolton on loan from Manchester City for the rest of the season.

Bolton is a product of the Manchester City academy and has been described as a “versatile, attacking forward”.

The 19 year old was named on the bench for the 1-0 win away to Burton Albion in the Carabao Cup semi-final second leg and was included in the Citizens 2018/19 summer tour to the US.

Speaking about the signing, Chairboys manager Gareth Ainsworth said: “He’s a fantastic talent very very quick, very direct and very skilful.

“I’m hoping for excitement and goals and Luke will fit right into the group.

“There were some bigger clubs in for him and for once money didn’t come into it.”

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Ainsworth Post Doncaster Rovers

Wycombe Wanderers pulled off another stunning comeback to claim an unlikely victory over play-off chasing Doncaster Rovers.

Coming into the game, the Chairboys had scored the most amount of goals in the final 15 minutes of EFL1 matches so far this season and they added three more to that tally with a magnificent turnaround from two goals down.

The frustrated Doncaster manager Grant McCann called his team “arrogant” for allowing the points to slip away whilst a relieved Gareth Ainsworth spoke to me live on BBC Three Counties Radio. Here is what he had to say:

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“I’m an emotional guy and I run on emotions, I could of broke down when the winner went in” 

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Wycombe Wanderers 1-0 Barnsley

Wycombe Wanderers made it six home league wins on the trot with a one nil victory over high flying Barnsley at a windy Adams Park.

After the game I spoke with Wanderers manager Gareth Ainsworth for BBC Three Counties Radio:

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“Money can buy good players, but it can’t buy the spirit and culture we have” 

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