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Positively brilliant news as Betsy agrees to stay


The good news that Wycombe Wanderers fans had been waiting to hear finally arrived this afternoon when the club announced that Kevin Betsy has agreed to sign a new two-year contract.


The 32 year-old winger has made over 120 appearances for the club during his two spells at Adams Park, the first of which saw Wycombe reach the semi-final of the Carling Cup shortly before he was sold to Championship side Bristol City.

As well as tormenting full backs on either wing, the versatile Betsy can also play up-front or in central midfield and has also tried his hand at right back on a number of occasions.

King Kev's new contract ensures that he will continue to entertain Wycombe fans until at least 2012.

Today's news also means that the midfield quartet of Betsy, Ainsworth, Bloomfield and Montrose who performed so well for Wycombe in the final six games of last season, will all remain with the club for next season's promotion challenge.

All we need now is a decent goalkeeper, a few solid defenders and a couple of prolific goalscorers!


The updated status of next season's squad is as follows:


Players considering new contracts

Adam Hinshelwood
John Mousinho


Players who have left the club

Scott Shearer
Joe Cobb
Lewis Hunt
Luke Oliver
Lewwis Spence
Dean Keates
Kevin McLeod
George Daly
Matt Harrold
Alex Revell


First team squad players under contract next season

Steve Arnold
Craig Woodman
Leon Johnson
Chris Westwood
Lewis Montrose
Matt Phillips
Gareth Ainsworth
Stuart Beavon
Jon-Paul Pittman
Kadeem Harris
Matt Bloomfield
Kevin Betsy


Fringe players under contract next season

Dan Fitchett
Stuart Green
Ian Westlake


Youth-team players offered contracts

Matt McClure
Jerome Federico
Sam Belcher








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Writer: Len Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday May 25 2010

Time: 6:45PM

 

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