Date: 17th October 2008 at 3:27pm
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New loan-signing Franck Moussa may find himself straight into action against Darlington tomorrow, as Wycombe’s regular midfield dynamo Tommy Doherty, is unavailable through suspension.


The 19 year old former Belgian U-18 international, is looking forward to tasting first team football again.

Moussa has spoken to the club’s official site following his arrival from Southend United:

‘I had the opportunity to come here and play some games, so I thought, let’s have a go at it.’ said Moussa.

‘I heard a lot of good things as I knew a few players who had been on loan or played down here. Everyone was telling me if I had a chance to come here I should and that made my mind up.’

Describing his own style of play, Moussa went on to say: ‘I’m a dynamic midfielder who can get around the pitch. There are a few ball players in the team already, so I’m happy to join in with that as well.’

Moussa has noticed that unbeaten Wanderers have fostered a good spirit in their camp: ‘There’s a good atmosphere and everyone is buzzing.’ he said. ‘It’s good because the team is doing fine and if we can keep that up on the pitch and keep doing well, then we can build up that understanding.’



Wycombe fans will be hoping that Moussa’s signing will help to minimise the loss of Doherty and that he can do his bit towards keeping The Blues at the top of League Two.