The Opposition View - Morecambe
In the wake of yesterday's 1-1 draw at Morecambe, here are some views on the game from the Shrimps' manager Jim Bentley and a selection of their fans.
"It was a proper game of football, a real tear up between two sides who gave their all," said Bentley, speaking to ClubCall
"It was always going to be a battle, but we matched them all the way."
"The only disappointment is that we didn't hold on to win the game."
"Kevin Ellison scored another cracker and we had some real bad luck at the end with their equaliser."
"They threw that many balls into the box that it was probably inevitable that one would drop for them."
The Morecambe fans were happy to avoid a 14th home defeat of the season.
The following extracts are taken from Shrimps Voices and Twitter.
"A scabby ricochet goal to equalise. If we didn't have bad luck, we'd have no luck at all."
"The match ball's gone to receive the kiss of life."
"Entertaining game and we were good value for the win I thought."
"Solid point from the boys there. Plenty of decent performances as well."
"No more football for 4 months now. Great way to finish the season."
"Best manager in the league. Thank you Jimbo for another season of League Two for the Shrimps."
"Thanks to the 399 Wycombe fans who visited today. Great travelling support. Sorry, but see you next season."
Next Game: Wycombe v Cambridge - Saturday 6th May - 5.30pm