Oxford United arrange Bournemouth friendly

Oxford United arrange Bournemouth friendly

Oxford United arrange Bournemouth friendly

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Oxford United finalised their pre-season plans this morning when announcing a home clash with AFC Bournemouth on Saturday, August 2.

Gary Waddock's side have six matches in preparation for the new Sky Bet League Two season, two of which will be at the Kassam Stadium.

The U’s also face Championship new boys Wolverhampton Wanderers on Tuesday, July 29th before entertaining Eddie Howe's Bournemouth side four days later.

Confirmed pre-season fixtures:

Saturday 12th July Farnborough (a) 2.00pm
Tuesday 15th July Oxford City (a) 7.45pm
Thursday 17th Colchester United (a) Behind closed doors)
Saturday 19th Didcot Town (a) 3pm
Tuesday 29th Wolverhampton Wanderers (H) 7.45pm
Saturday 2nd AFC Bournemouth (H) 3pm

Latest United news:

Who was Oxford United's man of the match at Portsmouth?

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5:34pm Saturday 28th February 2015

Portsmouth 0, Oxford Utd 0

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4:53pm Saturday 28th February 2015

OXFORD United ground out a valuable point as they held in-form Portsmouth to a goalless draw at Fratton Park.

Johnny Mullins calls for a repeat show when Oxford United travel to Portsmouth

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9:30am Saturday 28th February 2015

JOHNNY Mullins says memories of last season’s terrific win at Portsmouth will be in his mind as Oxford United attempt to pull off a repeat this afternoon.

Oxford United youngsters will handle occasion, says Michael Appleton

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6:40am Saturday 28th February 2015

MICHAEL Appleton is confident Oxford United’s younger players will be able to handle the atmosphere at a packed Fratton Park today.

Success of Danny Hylton is no surprise to ex-Oxford United head coach Gary Waddock

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2:00pm Friday 27th February 2015

While Gary Waddock’s time in charge at Oxford United was brief, it produced one clear benefit which has helped the side this season.

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1:19pm Tue 10 Jun 14

BigAlBiker says...

This should be a good test, do we have a team yet??
This should be a good test, do we have a team yet?? BigAlBiker
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6:09pm Tue 10 Jun 14

dorsetyellows says...

Hope Gary Waddock can get his new oxford squad playing like the cherries ,
since Eddie Howe took over , the club have been on the up and up , with the
help of a chairman who invests serious money .
Hope Gary Waddock can get his new oxford squad playing like the cherries , since Eddie Howe took over , the club have been on the up and up , with the help of a chairman who invests serious money . dorsetyellows
  • Score: 13

8:43pm Wed 11 Jun 14

South Upper 87 says...

BigAlBiker wrote:
This should be a good test, do we have a team yet??
They are only bringing a reserve/ youth team as their first team play the previous evening,
[quote][p][bold]BigAlBiker[/bold] wrote: This should be a good test, do we have a team yet??[/p][/quote]They are only bringing a reserve/ youth team as their first team play the previous evening, South Upper 87
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