Cowan-Hall’s mak­ing up for lost time at Chair­boys

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The Chair­boys winger was on fire in the first half of the 2014-15 cam­paign to help put them on the road to Wem­b­ley as the club reached the League Two play-off fi­nal.

How­ever, Cowan-Hall was long gone by the time the Blues had their big day un­der the arch as Mill­wall came call­ing in the Jan­uary trans­fer win­dow.

He headed to the Cham­pi­onship club, but strug­gled with in­juries and he re-joined the Adams Park club last month on loan from the south Lon­don­ers.

Cowan-Hall was an in­ter­ested spec­ta­tor at Wem­b­ley as Southend pre­vailed in May and is look­ing to keep the Blues in the play-off mix at the busi­ness end of this sea­son.

“I’m pleased to be play­ing, pleased to be win­ning and pleased to be back in the fold,” the Chair­boys for­ward said.

“I did miss out on the end of the sea­son and that’s part and par­cel of foot­ball. That was my de­ci­sion at the time and it had its pros and cons.

“Hope­fully I can be part of the ex­cite­ment this year but it all de­pends on how we do ob­vi­ously.

“I was there and watched it all at Wem­b­ley. It was an en­ter­tain­ing game of foot­ball and I thought the boys were very un­lucky to lose on penal­ties.

“It’s a club that treated me well and while I was at Mill­wall I would al­ways check on the re­sults.”

Wy­combe, beaten at Northamp­ton on Satur­day, are only out of the play-off mix on goal dif­fer­ence go­ing into this week­end’s home clash with Bris­tol Rovers.

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