Saturday, 27 April 2013

Two minutes with... Wycombe Wanderers

Last weekend was the final home game of the season and the last at Underhill. Wycombe were the visitors and a bumper crowd of 6,001 turned out for a special, but emotional day. Wanderers fan Tracy gives her thoughts in the final Two minutes with... of 2012/13.

Had you been to Underhill before?
Yes, I’ve been several times. First went in the 1987/88 season and been in various parts of the ground over the years.
How did you get to the game?
On the official supporters’ coach.

The match
Whereabouts in the ground did you sit/stand?
I sat in the away Family Stand.
What did you make of the game?
We were terrible! Your boys were up for the game and our keeper kept us in it when you should've been out of sight. It was just as well the penalty was saved because we didn't deserve it. It was only right that you should've won your last game at Underhill.
Who (from either side) do you think deserved to be man of the match?
Our keeper Matty Ingram for obvious reasons. David Stephens at the back for Barnet caught the eye.

Was the score line a fair reflection on the game?
No you should've won by more.
Who do you play next, and how do you think you’ll get on?
Our final game of the season is at home to Port Vale. They are bringing 4000 as they will officially be promoted. It'll be an emotional day as our manager Gareth Ainsworth will be hanging up his boots on his 600th game.

Cost of match day ticket ––– 10/10
(£30 for a family of four – bargain!)
Purchases made at ground ––– 6/10
(£5 for souvenir programme was fair enough but the choice and quality of food was poor. My pasty was rank!)
View ––– 6/10
(I was on the end of a row and had to peer through bars or crane my neck at times)
Quality of football ––– 5/10
(Rubbish game from our point of view)
Overall experience ––– 7/10
(was good to be the last opponents at Underhill even if we were crap)

Total ––– 34/50

And you can follow Tracy on Twitter @bluebellewwfc

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