Friday, 7 August 2009

Chairboys bring in Spanner to foil Addicks

They're dancing in the streets of High Wycombe as the Bucks club made two dramatic last minute signings in a bid to foil the Addicks. Economist Adam Smith has risen from the grave in a new incarnation as a little known Spurs reserve right back and has signed on a month's loan.

However, the Chairboys hope that former Spanner Danny Spiller will be their secret weapon. He is so keen to help out that he has agreed to play for a month for no wages. The 28-year old midfielder played under Peter Taylor at the Gills. He then moved to the Toolbox but managed just six league starts in two years.

The Chairboys are confident that he could be the ingredient that will make the difference against Charlton and he is expected to be warming the bench tomorrow.

8 comments:

Finkle said...

Sport magazine (the crappy free one) would have this billed as a relegation fight match as they predict that we are going to finish 22nd and Wycombe also near the bottom! Other than The Times at 6th has anyone else seen any predictions?

Wyn Grant said...

11th in 4-4-2. Take your pick. I would go for the 6th - 11th range.

Ketts said...

Four Four Two predictions are a bit cookie this year Wyn.

Southend to finish second,Charlton to finish behind Brentford, Exeter and Leyton Orient as well. At least they sussed that Stockport are certs to go down.

All of this pales into insignificance compared to their Championship prediction - Newcastle to win it! I don't think so guys...

Finkle said...

This Sport magazine had Newcastle to go down!

Vincera said...

Sky Sports online has us 8th. Not unreasonable.

Wyn Grant said...

4-4-2 do seem a bit odd, but I think Brentford are going to do well, hence why our match with them is on Sky.

StoneMuse said...

Very little consistency in predictions throughout the media for division 3 - probably because most of them don't know much about it ;-)

Mike said...

Yes, most of the articles I've read have described Hudson, Holland and Ambrose as 'losses', whereas I think we'd all agree it was time to get rid.