Wanderers in Exile: Dan Clark

After venturing to Switzerland and Iceland, our series returns to native shores. Dan Clark (designer of the Chairboys Central logo, no less!) has never seen his team promoted in person, and he might have a while to wait yet, but he's with us every step of the way up in Lincolnshire - and it turns … Continue reading Wanderers in Exile: Dan Clark

Wanderers in Exile: Kristján Sturluson

This time, we head 1,000 miles north-west to the homeland of Björk, Eidur Gudjohnsen...and our latest Wanderer in Exile. Kristján Sturluson tells his story of falling in love with the mighty Blues. English football is extremely popular in Iceland. Some have even joked that the national sport of Iceland should be English football. During the … Continue reading Wanderers in Exile: Kristján Sturluson

Wanderers in Exile: Mark Evans

Entry number two in the Wanderers in Exile series comes from Mark Evans, who explains how he's come to support the Chairboys in isolation from 500 miles away. Wanderers vs Exeter City on Boxing Day 2011 was supposed to be my last Wycombe match as a UK resident - and it all went so well. Nineteen-year-old … Continue reading Wanderers in Exile: Mark Evans

Wanderers in Exile: James Hancock

The start of a new, semi-regular series on Chairboys Central begins with a Blues fan exiled in…Bucks, Berks and Oxfordshire. What’s it like to be prevented from following the game by playing the game? Penn & Tylers Green utlity man James Hancock tells his story. It’s 3 o’clock on a Saturday and Wycombe are at … Continue reading Wanderers in Exile: James Hancock