Jacobsen’s not giving up on his Wales dream
Former U21 captain hoping to play for country again
Ainsworth is keen to continue on the road to Wembley and is now waiting for the outcome of a replay between AFC Wimbledon and York City to determine his side’s next opponent in the second round of the competition.
“The FA Cup’s big for me, big in my household growing up, and I’m a proud man who takes the competition seriously,” Ainsworth said.
“There’ll be no
Idon’t do that anyway, I don’t have the squad to do that. I’ll play the strongest squad I can because we definitely want to be in the third round.”
With the Chairboys safely through in the cup, their attention now turns back to the league.
Wycombe sit proudly atop the League Two table and next face Burton on Monday night, a team in transition after losing manager Gary Rowett to Birmingham.
SOUTHERN DIVISION ONE CENTRAL
WELSH DREAM: Joe Jacobsen (second from left) applauds the crowd after the FA Cup win over Barnet
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