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  • L1: Bolton cut Blades' lead
    ​​​​Sheffield United needed a second-half goal from Jay O'Shea to draw 1-1 at Oldham as they saw their lead at the top of League One cut to four points.
    - 19 hours ago, 25 Mar 17, 5:00pm -
  • Cobblers and U's in stalemate
    Northampton missed a penalty and both goalkeepers were in fine form as they played out a goalless stalemate with Oxford at Sixfields.
    - 23 hours ago, 25 Mar 17, 1:03pm -
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  • Northampton v Oxford preview
    Northampton have no fresh injury concerns ahead of their Sky Bet League One clash against Oxford on Saturday.
    - 2 days ago, 24 Mar 17, 10:26am -
  • How long do managers last?
    How long do managers last at the top 92 clubs in England? We've crunched the numbers to reveal the exact average in days...
    - 2 days ago, 24 Mar 17, 8:50am -
  • Prutton's EFL predictions
    With no Sky Bet Championship action this weekend, David Prutton looks ahead to the key fixtures in League One and League Two and predicts who will come out on top.
    - 2 days ago, 24 Mar 17, 7:30am -

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  • Football League: your thoughts
    Middlesbrough won automatic promotion to the Premier League while Oxford United and Bristol Rovers sealed places in League One at Accrington’s expense• Middlesbrough will return to the Premier League after a seven-year absence following a tense 1…
    - , 7 May 16, 7:00pm -
  • Burnley’s Andre Gray wins Championship player of the year award
    • Leeds’ Lewis Cook is named the young player of the year• Gillingham’s Bradley Dack is League One player of the yearBurnley’s Andre Gray was named Championship player of the year at the Football League Awards in Manchester on Sunday night.…
    - , 17 Apr 16, 11:30pm -
  • Barnsley and Adam Hammill just too good for Oxford in Wembley thriller
    • Barnsley 3-2 Oxford UnitedTo say this has been a Jekyll-and-Hyde season for Barnsley would be something of an understatement. After 20 games they were rock bottom of League One and had just been knocked out of the FA Cup by non-league Altrincham.…
    - , 3 Apr 16, 3:45pm -
  • The Agenda: Anthony Joshua in the ring and Heather Watson on court
    Joshua fights for his first title, Watson looks to Rio Olympics, Oxford and Barnsley face-off, England’s women get set for Euro 2017 and the IPL returns Related: The gifs that keep on giving: Cristiano Ronaldo, Peter Sagan and Steph Curry Continue…
    - , 2 Apr 16, 3:00pm -
  • Plymouth and Oxford draw comfort with ascension day beckoning
    Home Park hosted a League Two 2-2 draw on Saturday to gladden the heart at the end of another week in which the game’s governance and responsibility had been called into public questionPlymouth wears a label it could do without and it is all Argyle…
    - , 6 Mar 16, 9:59pm -
  • The forgotten story of … Oxford United winning the 1986 League Cup | Simon Burnton
    Twenty-four years later, Oxford’s second trip to Wembley would be for a Conference play-off final. But, remarkably, there was little remarkable about the then First Division side beating their QPR peersThe League Cup has a reputation for occasional…
    - , 27 Feb 16, 10:30am -

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  • Jack Shoemark's York Preview
    Here is the situation; I am an exiled Oxford United fan in the North of England. This is for the large part not too much of a problem due to the number of northern teams that we have faced over the past few seasons – Rotherham, Chesterfield and Bar…
    - , 20 Dec 13, 12:28am -
  • Mansfield Town 1-3 Oxford United
    Oxford returned to the top of the table in spectacular fashion with a reassuring 3-1 win at Mansfield. James Constable took all the headlines with his 100thgoal for the club, coming just moments after Lee Stevenson had cancelled out Sean Rigg's opene…
    - , 18 Nov 13, 12:56am -
  • An Open Letter to the BBC Trust and the Football League Show
    By Andy Roberts,I am writing in an optimistic attempt to right a baffling wrong. Four and a bit years ago, BBC One manfully took on the apparently thankless burden of broadcasting highlights of all those difficult fiddly bits of football beneath Her…
    - , 17 Nov 13, 1:57am -
  • PREVIEW: Gateshead Home, FA Cup (09/11/13)
    Oxford take another (probably brief) departure from league action this weekend, as we start our FA Cup campaign this weekend, at home to Conference side Gateshead. A home tie against lower league opposition is usually regarded as something of a dream…
    - , 8 Nov 13, 6:38pm -
  • PREVIEW: Bristol Rovers Home (02/11/13)
    Table-topping Oxford look to build a lead at the top of League Two as struggling Bristol Rovers come to the Kassam. Rovers haven't won away from home all season and currently find themselves just two places and one point above the relegation zone, ha…
    - , 1 Nov 13, 5:16pm -
  • Oxford United: Dream Killers
    Picture from @OUFCliveUnited began their FA Youth Cup campaign in a winning fashion with a comfortable 3-0 victory over Didcot Town. Although it might be expected that Oxford would brush aside lower level competition it was a relief to see them come…
    - , 31 Oct 13, 12:34am -

OIUFC Blog

  • Oxford Slip to Fifth Consecutive Defeat
    Oxford United are in turmoil. Saturday's defeat to Bradford City saw United slip to their fifth consecutive league defeat. The feel-good factor that surrounded the club at the beginning of the season has been replaced by a  gloomy pessimism. Having…
    - , 23 Sep 12, 8:02pm -
  • Late Drama as Oxford Defeat Arch-Rivals
    In a typically vociferous atmosphere at the Kassam Stadium last night, Oxford United defeated their arch-rivals Swindon Town for the fourth successive time. Substitute Alfie Potter’s dramatic late strike was enough to separate the two sides and ens…
    - , 6 Sep 12, 10:32am -
  • Bye Bye Wilder?
    It will be interesting to gauge Chris Wilder's reaction in tonight's derby match against Swindon Town. With speculation linking the Oxford boss to the vacant managerial role at Coventry City, a victory over Oxford's bitter rivals could be the perfect…
    - , 5 Sep 12, 12:11pm -
  • League Cup Dream Over
    So Oxford United failed to reach the 3rd Round of the League Cup after a 3-0 defeat to a superior Leeds United side, but at least I made it into the Oxford Mail! Here is the link to an article from the paper showing my friends and I displaying our…
    - , 29 Aug 12, 5:45pm -
  • Oxford Enjoy Best Start in Eighteen Years
    So far, so good for Oxford United. After a comprehensive victory away at Bristol Rovers to open their league campaign, the U’s have since recorded back-to-back home wins. It is Oxford’s best start to a season in eighteen years and Chris Wilder’…
    - , 28 Aug 12, 12:53pm -
  • Wilder Under Pressure To Deliver
    A seasont that promised so much ended in bitter disappointment for Oxford United. Despite an impressive start to the season and a memorable derby victory over Swindon Town, a late slump in form cost United a place in the play-offs. Chris Wilder will…
    - , 11 Jun 12, 1:41pm -

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