Former Wycombe Wanderers midfielder Andrew Harman has announced he is submitting a proposal to invest in the League One side which puts the club’s academy and local community at the heart of his plans.
Harman, who has been in discussions with Wycombe Wanderers chairman Trevor Stroud and the club’s board, is committed to making the club sustainable and his bid is centred around developing the club’s academy, as well as making Adams Park a hub for the community.
After spending time speaking and listening to the club’s fans, Harman will formally submit his bid on Tuesday 5th March, before presenting it to the Trust Board on Thursday 7th March. The bid will reflect Harman’s plan to secure the long-term future of the club and develop a community-driven approach.
Harman, who played over 100 games for The Chairboys, said: “I have great affinity with Wycombe Wanderers and I’m excited about the prospect of taking the club forwards.
“Over the past few months I have spoken extensively with fans of the club, understanding both their concerns and ambitions, and have worked on incorporating this into my proposal.
“Living locally, I know how much the club means to the town and, should my bid be successful, I want to put the club at the heart of community. As part of this, I want to develop the club’s academy and focus on not only developing exciting talent, but also educating local children and in turn giving back to the community.”
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