Ja­cob­sen’s not giv­ing up on his Wales dream

For­mer U21 cap­tain hop­ing to play for coun­try again

Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - SPORT - By ZK Goh tms-sport@trin­i­tymir­ror.com

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.


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WELSH DREAM: Joe Ja­cob­sen (sec­ond from left) ap­plauds the crowd after the FA Cup win over Bar­net

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