League Two

Jacobson wins new Wycombe contract

By Darren Witcoop, August 4, 2015

Joe Jacobson has signed a new Wycombe Wanderers contract on the eve of the new season.

The Cardiff-born defender won a two-year extension that will take him through to the summer of 2018.

Jacobson, 28, impressed during Wycombe’s march to last season’s League Two play-off final.


Jacobson: Stanley move good for me

February 3, 2011

Joe Jacobson has joined Accrington Stanley on a permanent basis following a successful loan spell.

Left-back Jacobson, 24, scored a goal during the loan period after being released from his contract by Oldham Athletic.

"I'm very pleased that it's all done," Jacobson said. "I've managed to sign permanently until the end of the season."

Jacobson has made seven appearances for Stanley since making his temporary switch from Boundary Park.


Stone calls for calm at Barnet

By Danny Caro, January 6, 2011

First-team coach Michael Stone admits that he is facing the biggest challenge of his career with strugglers Barnet.

Stone, 32, has been retained by the club who sacked manager Mark Stimson following the 2-1 defeat at home to Aldershot on New Year's day.

The Bees lie bottom of the table with 19 points from 23 games and Stone will now work alongside caretaker-manager Paul Fairclough and continue
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Accrington for Oldham's Joe Jacobson

December 6, 2010

Joe Jacobson has joined Accrington Stanley on loan until January 3. The Oldham left back was recently placed on the transfer list and he signed in time to play in 1-0 defeat FA Cup defeat at Port Vale.

Jacobson, a former Wales Under-21s captain, went to Stanley on loan in 2006 while at Cardiff.

Accrington manager John Coleman said: "Joe's a good player who we have had before. He can play in a couple of positions he's certainly comfortable on the ball and he has a good left foot. All the fans liked him when he was here first time round so I hope he enthuses them as well."


FC Team into semis of London Cup

February 4, 2010

FC Team booked their place in the semi-finals of the London Cup after thumping West Green United 4-1.

Captain Jules Noti made the breakthrough from a Jonny Breger free-kick. With Laurence Judah and Breger pulling the strings in midfield, it came as no surprise when Team scored three more to make the last four.

Manager Mitch Young said: “I’m proud of the boys. I believe we are good enough to progress to the final, as long as we prepare .


Exclusive: Israeli keeper joins Barnet

By Danny Caro, August 22, 2008

Ran Kadoch has become the first Israeli goalkeeper to sign for an English club after joining League 2 Barnet.

The 22-year-old stopper, who holds a French passport, has joined from Nes Ziona following a spell with Hapoel Ranana.

He had a trial at Oldham Athletic but was snapped up by Bees boss Paul Fairclough after playing the second half in friendlies against Watford and Leeds.

Kadoch will not debut against Brentford tomorrow as his papers have not arrived.


Dagenham farewell to star Sloma

By Danny Caro, May 30, 2008

Sam Sloma is on the lookout for a new club after Dagenham & Redbridge decided not to renew his contract.

Sloma, who scored the club’s first-ever league goal at the start of last season, joined the Essex team in July 2006. The GB Maccabiah Games player also scored in the club’s penultimate match of the season, a 3-2 victory at Darlington which helped maintain their League 2 status.


Sloma aids Daggers' revival

By Danny Caro, May 1, 2008

Sam Sloma played the supersub role as he came off the bench to help Dagenham & Redbridge maintain League 2 status after coming from two goals down to win at Darlington. The 25-year-old midfielder started the comeback with a close-range finish seven minutes after joining the action.


Shulton's a Wanderer

By Craig Silver, April 3, 2008

Scott Shulton is on the verge of signing a one-year contract with League Two promotion hopefuls Wycombe Wanderers.

“This is something I have been working towards for a long time,” said the central midfielder. “To get the contract is amazing. My next challenge is to break into the first team set-up as soon as possible.”

The 18-year-old from Mill Hill, North West London, who has been with the club from the age of 11, is looking forward to linking up with former Scotland, Celtic and Borussia Dortmund midfielder Paul Lambert, the Wycombe manager.