Wycombe manager Gareth Ainsworth has praised the LMA [League Managers Association], after he said that football management ‘can sometimes be a lonely place’.

Prior to the Chairboys’ draw against Watford, Ainsworth’s men had lost their last seven league matches, where they failed to score in five of those fixtures.

However, after the 1-1 draw against the ex-Premier League side, he hopes that the wins will come, and has thanked managers, both current and ex, on their support as he embarks on this Championship journey.

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Speaking after the draw against Watford on October 27, he said: “It can be a lonely place sometimes and you find out what people are about sometimes.

“It is fantastic to know that other managers are looking out for you in this game.

“The LMA is a great organisation and all the managers look out for each other and it is awesome to see and receive all those texts.

“Believe me, I am the most passionate, confident and ‘be myself manager’ that you’ll find, but you need that moment sometimes or a little comment from somebody who has been there and done it and it is great to get.”

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In the match against Vladimir Ivic’s men, the Chairboys dominated throughout with Ryan Allsop being a spectator for most of the match.

However, against the run of play, Ismaila Sarr gave the visitors the lead in the 52nd minute, before Anthony Stewart levelled 14 minutes later.