Wycombe manager Gareth Ainsworth was forced to cycle 20 miles to his club’s training ground due to the fuel shortages.

Ainsworth got on his bike and travelled through the rain from his home in Finchampstead, Berkshire, to arrive on time as the UK has seen long queues and shortages at petrol stations.

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Speaking of his way into work, and on the supporters that made to trip to Shrewsbury on Tuesday night when the crisis began, he said: “I’m trying to do my bit to save a bit of petrol, and I take my hat off to them all [the fans].

“Not because it’s a Tuesday night away at Shrewsbury, because we got back at 3am, but we have Wednesday off and can sleep in.

“But some of those fans would have gone into work and not just go to work, but, try and find some petrol/diesel as well.

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“The passion that they show for this side is something that we want to show on the pitch, as we care and my boys thank them for all their support.

“I will never stop energising these lot and believe me, the fans all motivate me so thank you very much.”