Wycombe Wanderers manager Gareth Ainsworth has recently graduated from the University of Liverpool with a Diploma in Professional Studies in Football Management.

Ainsworth, who received his diploma today, joined the club back in 2009 as a player and undertook the course as part of the League Managers Association.

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The course was delivered on a modular basis, combining two residential summer schools and seven one-day workshops during the year, with assessments coming in the form of assignments, group work and presentations.

The 46-year-old was joined on the course with the likes of current Birmingham City’s caretaker manager Pep Clotet, Matt Gill, who is a first-team coach at Ipswich Town, MK Dons’ manager Russell Martin, former Yeovil manager Darren Way and ex Wigan manager Gary Caldwell.

Ainsworth has lead Wycombe to their best-ever start to a league season, as the Chairboys are currently top of League One, winning 11 of the first 19 league matches so far this season.

Wycombe’s next match is against Burton Albion on December 14.