Four Wycombe Wanderers players joined the club’s chaplain in an online church service, which was broadcasted across 38 BBC stations. 

Forward Adebayo Akinfenwa, right-back Jason McCarthy, striker Alex Samuel and goalkeeper Cameron Yates spoke to Benedict Musola about how their Christian faith has played a big part in their careers.

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The four players, as well as other members of the squad which includes the likes of Nick Freeman, Fred Onyedinma and Anthony Stewart, take part in a prayer in the centre of the Adams Park pitch before their home matches kick-off.

Additionally, a tweet by Alex Samuel speaking about his faith after Wycombe’s play-off final victory against Oxford United went viral, as he thanked the Lord for Wycombe's achievements that season.

Chris Burns, Head of Local Radio for the BBC, says: “We know from personal testament just how important these broadcasts have proved to be.

“They have played an important role in bringing communities together virtually so no one need feel they are on their own.

“We expanded our religious programming on the first weekend of lockdown in March and will continue to broadcast services and reflections until life returns to normal.

“I am incredibly proud of the work our teams have carried out since the pandemic began.”

The service was broadcasted on Sunday, January 3, 2021, and is available to listen to via BBC Sounds.

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