Video: Millwall youngster notches fourth goal for Wycombe

FRED Onyedinma bagged his fourth goal of the season for loan club Wycombe Wanderers in a 2-1 defeat to Newport County on Saturday.

The Millwall youngster pounced on a rebound to haul the Chairboys back on level terms – only for Newport to score a winner ten minutes from time.

Wycombe are third in League Two and will hope that Onyedinma's goals can keep their promotion bid on course.

The attacker is on loan at Adams Park until the end of the season.

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6 thoughts on “Video: Millwall youngster notches fourth goal for Wycombe

  • February 16, 2015 at 11:37
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    Well done Fred, you should be in our team, but for some reason you are at another club?? Only Holloway knows?

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    • February 16, 2015 at 12:16
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      @dpendet: Different levels though isn't it, would Fred be banging them in in the Championship? I doubt he is ready yet, but he is gaining experience and confidence where he is at. I would only think about recalling him if we fail to sign a winger on loan.

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  • February 16, 2015 at 14:17
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    for Freds sake he needs to stay away from Ollie.....I can now understand the arguing in the dressing room Ollie is making the players as confused as us all with his so called tactics

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  • February 16, 2015 at 15:52
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    Leave him there for now he's Young scoring goals and winning games. Imagine it he's like 17-18 and if he carries on like this he could potentially win their league with them or get a trip to wembley. And yes I'm saying let him play in playoffs because the reward of a player gaining more confidence and experience in playing in them outweighs the risk of him getting injured over 3 extra games. So question to all fans would u let Fred play in playoffs
    Or not because of risk of injury?

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    • February 16, 2015 at 18:01
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      @spartacus: It's a no brainer for me.
      Let him play.
      I've said a along that it's the best move for player and club.
      He ain't quite ready for championship yet but playing in a team at the top end of league 2 will do him the world of good.
      As for people saying we should call him back well we can't due to loan agreement

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      • February 16, 2015 at 23:08
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        @lukesmithmfc: IF Wycombe d make playoffs and go up would u loan him again in league 1 or try fred at championship level

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