David Stockdale joins Wycombe on loan

David Stockdale.
David Stockdale

Stockdale's loan spell will run from 22 November to 28 November.


Blues goalkeeper David Stockdale has joined League One side Wycombe Wanderers on an emergency loan.

Wycombe are currently without two senior 'keepers because of injury - Ryan Allsop (ankle) and Yves Ma-Kalambay (broken hand).

Wycombe also have Cameron Yates on their books, but he has never figured in the EFL.

Stockdale's loan spell will run from 22 November to 28 November and he will be available to play in Wycombe's home game against Shrewsbury Town on  24 November and their away fixture at Accrington Stanley on 27 November.

The Chairboys, who are managed by Gareth Ainsworth, are currently 15th in the table with 22 points from their 18 league games.

This will be a second spell away from Blues this season for 33-year-old Stockdale.

He also turned out for fellow League One side Southend United, for whom he played three games in September 2018.

Meanwhile, the Youth Loan of goalkeeper Adam Siviter to AFC Totton has been extended for another month, until 22 December.

And midfielder Ben McLean is staying on Work Experience with AFC Totton for the same period at least.