Evans will take his Stevenage side to Adams Park to take on Wycombe in a League One clash this weekend.


Stevenage are sitting sixth in League One standings and are very much in the race to get promoted to the Championship this season after only just coming up from League Two, with Evans working his magic.




Evans has experience of managing in the second tier and was the Leeds boss for a season.


With his thoughts on Wycombe, the Scot revealed the power of Leeds in helping the Chairboys when he agreed to take his men for a friendly.



The boss admitted that Wycombe needed financial help and he was pleased to be able to provide it; the Whites won 2-0.


Evans told Stevenage’s media: “I don’t forget that Gareth Ainsworth called me up when I was at Leeds.



“We had an international week coming up and Gareth saying that we’ve got no money to pay the wages in two weeks’ time, you couldn’t bring Leeds United to Wycombe?


“And we went and thousands from Leeds United turned up.


“After the game, the then chairman and Gareth tell me that you have helped us make payroll.


“That’s how special football helps each other.”


Wycombe are in a healthier state now and are sitting tenth in the League One standings.