"David Francis "Dave" Carroll" is a former association football/footballer who spent 14 seasons at Wycombe Wanderers F.C./Wycombe Wanderers. An attacking midfielder, Carroll played more than 600 first-team games for Wycombe in all competitions, and scored exactly 100 goals. He was nicknamed "Jesus" by the Wycombe supporters.

Carroll joined Wycombe, then a recently promoted Football Conference/Conference side, in the summer of 1988, having previously played for Ruislip Manor F.C./Ruislip Manor of the Isthmian League. He went on to become a key member of the Wycombe side that won promotion to The Football League/Football League in 1992-93 in English football/1993. The following season, Wycombe won a second successive promotion as Carroll scored twice in Wycombe's 4-2 victory against Preston North End F.C./Preston in the Football League play-offs/playoff final at Wembley Stadium/Wembley.

In November 1997, Carroll was rewarded for his long service to the Chairboys with a testimonial match against Leicester City F.C./Leicester City. Near the end of his career at Adams Park, no longer a first-team regular, Carroll played the final ten minutes of Wycombe's famous FA Cup semi-final against Liverpool F.C./Liverpool in 2000-01 in English football/2001.

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The work rate was spot on - which just makes our earlier displays so disappointing.

I still believe four wins is possible.

It was a thoroughly deserved win. The boys all worked really hard.

The pitch has been in a bad way all season and hasn't had time to recover. It hasn't helped us.