Gareth Ainsworth has extended the loan of Southampton defender Jason McCarthy until Sunday January 3.
The 20-year-old has impressed in the Wanderers backline since joining on an initial one-month deal in October, forming an excellent partnership with Aaron Pierre which has kept clean sheets in each of the last two outings.
Ainsworth said: "Jason had only played three minutes of professional
Wycombe Wanderers have announced they'll play a special match against Championship side Leeds United at Adams Park on Friday November 13 (k.o. 7.30pm).
Both clubs are without a league game that weekend due
Wycombe Wanderers' League 2 meeting with Notts County scheduled for Saturday, November 14 has been postponed.
The Magpies have had three players called up for international duty which prompts the cancellation of the fixture at
Gareth Ainsworth has strengthened his defensive options with the capture of Southampton centre-back Jason McCarthy on an initial one-month loan deal.
The 19-year-old has featured regularly as captain for the Saints' under-21 team, lifting the
Gareth Ainsworth says Wycombe Wanderers' fans played a huge part in the side's 2-0 win at Mansfield on Saturday.
The Chairboys' boss said each and every player contributed to the victory at One Call Stadium
Jason Banton has moved on loan to fellow Sky Bet League 2 side Hartlepool United until January 3.
The 22-year-old arrived at Adams Park from Plymouth Argyle in the summer but has found first-team opportunities
Wycombe Wanderers' Sky Bet League 2 clash with Bristol Rovers scheduled for Saturday (October 10) has been postponed due to international call-ups.
The Pirates have had three players selected to represent their countries which therefore
Concord Rangers 2, Maidenhead United 0
Ben Greenhalgh scored late in either half as the Magpies were beaten 2-0 at Concord Rangers on Tuesday.
United, perhaps suffering a hangover from their FA Cup exploits against
Mick Woodham says Windsor are slowly making progress in the Combined Counties Premier Division without pulling up too many trees.
The Royalists put five goals past bottom of the table Cove on Tuesday night in
Slough Town 2, Stratford Town 4
Joint manager Neil Baker has said too many Slough Town players weren't quite on it in Saturday's 4-2 home defeat against Stratford Town.
The Rebels took the lead through