Date:Monday November 17 2008
Two of Wycombe's on-loan players will not be featuring again in the near future.
Now that his one-month loan has expired, Franck Moussa has rejoined his parent club Southend United.
Moussa was originally brought in as cover for the suspended Tommy Doherty.
The 19 year old midfielder made his debut for the Blues in the home game against Darlington in October. He didn't impress home fans too much on that occasion, but settled in well after that and put in good performances against Barnet, Accrington and Rotherham.
His best performance came in the snow against Macclesfield, when he almost scored twice before the game was abandoned after 22 minutes.
Local boy Simon Church is not having the best of luck when it comes to playing for Wycombe, particularly at Adams Park.
During his first loan spell from Reading, the Wales U-21 striker had just earned a starting place in the first team, when he was sent off in the home match against Dagenham and suspended for three games.
The Blues took Church on loan again in late October, and despite playing away at Barnet, Accrington and Rotherham, Church's Adams Park jinx surfaced again when the Macclesfield game was snowed-off.
As The Royals would not allow him to play in the FA Cup, Church returned to Reading to train for a few days while Wycombe took on AFC Wimbledon.
While training with Reading, Church fell over and landed badly on his hand, breaking it severely enough to require an operation.
He therefore missed Saturday's home clash with Bradford and will now be out of action for about a month, missing further home games against Port Vale, Macclesfield and perhaps Luton.
With his loan expiring on December 20th, it remains to be seen whether Church will ever get the chance to show the Adams Park faithful what he can do over the full 90 minutes.
Date:Monday November 17 2008
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