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Rhino reminisces ahead of anniversary celebrations
KEITH Ryan is always remembered as the man who scored for Blues in an FA Cup semi-final - but he prefers to think back to the glory years earlier in his career.
The midfielder played more than 500 times for Wanderers and scored a late goal as Blues were narrowly beaten 2-1 by footballing giants Liverpool at the end of their incredible cup run in 2001.
But 'Rhino', as he is known by Wanderers fans, said: "For me personally that was a big moment but it was a game we lost. You never like to remember games you lose but the magnitude of the whole occasion was incredible. We did so well to get there in the first place so it's worth remembering."
Asked for his most cherished memories from his time as a Wycombe player, Ryan said: "The achievements from the early days - promotion to the Football League was incredible. Three Wembley appearances really stand out for me. They were achievements that set the club on the road to being what's now a well established Football League team.
He added: "It meant so much to represent Wycombe Wanderers."
- WE asked Blues fans for their favourite memories from their time supporting Wanderers. Here are some of the ones we were tweeted this week.
Tracy Wyatt: "Winning the penalty shoot out in THAT Wimbledon game during the 2001 FA Cup run. It had everything! An unforgettable night!"
Steve Cubbage: "Has to be Essandoh's goal at Leicester in the FA cup quarter final. Never been topped in my 25 years supporting the club!"
Adam Clift: "Attending my first game in September 2000. I haven't looked back since."
Richard George: "I remember, having acquired a season ticket, the third match was where I decided they were too bad to even watch for free."
Dale Jenkins: "The match and shoot-out at Selhurst vs Wimbledon in 2000/01 FA Cup- the greatest match I have ever seen."
Alan Cecil: "Has to be leaving Filbert Street and realising little WWFC were into FA Cup Semi Finals alongside giants Liverpool, Spurs and Arsenal."
Will Barrington: "The injury time winner by Kevin Betsy against our unnamed Bucks rivals two seasons ago."
William Dodds: "Ben Strevens' first goal at Bury away."
Dan Coward "Easter scoring against Chelsea in the League Cup to bring the score to 1-1. I've never celebrated a goal more in my life!"
James Harding: "Ben Strevens' goals against Bury."
Malcolm Upton: "THAT Dave Carroll goal at the old Wembley will live in my memory forever."