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Blues board optimistic crowds will return
THE Wycombe Wanderers Trust are confident the crowds will come back to Adams Park this season.
Attendances at Blues' home ground were less than what the club's new owners were expecting, but after campaigns to bring the fans back the Trust is hoping to see an improvement.
Club chairman Don Woodward said pre-sales for tomorrow's game against York are much better than expected and the club had sold more season tickets compared to last year.
He said: "We've done a lot of work with the local clubs to make sure we're in the mind of the five year olds. It's a long burner. We are trying to make sure we are thought about and actively competing with other local clubs."
Trust chairman Trevor Stroud said: "We've put free season tickets out to local clubs to come along, have a matchday experience and run the risk of liking it and coming back.
"We are not just looking short term - come back and try us - we are looking longer term.
"I was down at Hughenden Valley and they are really excited because they have got two players going on trial with Oxford United. They should be coming on trial with Wycombe Wanderers. It's those sorts of things we need to work on."
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