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Michael Duberry

John Terry (right) celebrates Chelsea wrapping up the Premier League title, with Cesar Azpilicueta

MICHAEL DUBERRY COLUMN: Consistent John Terry gets my vote for player of the season

MICHAEL DUBERRY COLUMN: When a defeat failed to spoil my weekend

MICHAEL DUBERRY COLUMN: When a defeat failed to spoil my weekend

Lining up against Accrington Stanley (far right) for what turned out to be my final game for Oxford United, in April 2013

MICHAEL DUBERRY COLUMN: Playing deal or no deal is no fun for those out of contract

American Jordan Spieth acknowleges the applauds the crowd after winning the Masters championship at Augusta, Georgia in style on Sunday

MICHAEL DUBERRY COLUMN: Spieth's Masters win shows youth is no barrier to success

Peter Leven (right) celebrates scoring his memorable long-range goal against Port Vale in 2011, which won us the game

MICHAEL DUBERRY COLUMN: Charlie Adam's wonder strike stirred memories of Peter Leven's stunner

George Baldock goes for goal in Saturday’s massive win for Oxford United against Carlisle United

MICHAEL DUBERRY COLUMN: Great to watch Oxford United show their character in vital clash

Oxford United and their fans will not want to endure what they did in May 2006 when they were relegated on the final day

Michael Duberry: Now is the time for Oxford United's strugglers to show true grit

Cesc Fabregas is brought down by Paris St Germain’s David Luiz during last week’s Champions League encounter

MICHAEL DUBERRY COLUMN: Just how far would you push the rules to get the upper hand?

Former Oxford United midfielder Paul McLaren in action against Swindon

MICHAEL DUBERRY COLUMN: Every side needs a Claude Makelele and Oxford's was Paul McLaren

Winger Callum O’Dowda goes on the attack during Oxford United’s 3-0 victory over Mansfield Town last month

MICHAEL DUBERRY COLUMN: Only a matter of time before Callum O'Dowda is in the Barclays Premier League

Chelsea’s Nemanja Matic (second left) reacts following a foul by Burnley’s Ashley Barnes (grounded) in the 1-1 draw at Stamford Bridge last Saturday, for which the Blues man was dismissed

MICHAEL DUBERRY COLUMN: Tackling seems to be a dying art - just ask Ashley Barnes

Jon Stead fires in Bradford's second goal in their shock 2-0 win against Sunderland

MICHAEL DUBERRY COLUMN: Bradford's super run shows romance of the FA Cup is still alive

I celebrate with the United fans after the win over Swindon in March 2012, which completed a league double over our bitter rivals

MICHAEL DUBERRY COLUMN: Claiming derby double with Oxford United was truly memorable

MICHAEL DUBERRY COLUMN: Keep it positive at home and send the fear factor packing

MICHAEL DUBERRY COLUMN: Keep it positive at home and send the fear factor packing

MICHAEL DUBERRY COLUMN: I have a dream of emulating my hero Martin Luther King

MICHAEL DUBERRY COLUMN: I have a dream of emulating my hero Martin Luther King

Cristiano Ronaldo (left) collects his Ballon d'Or prize, with FIFA President Sepp Blatter and Nadine Kessler of Germany, winner of the FIFA Women’s World Player of the Year award

MICHAEL DUBERRY COLUMN: The day I got the better of golden boy Ronaldo

Steve Coppell, seen on the touchline at the Madejski Stadium while boss of Reading in November 2007 when I was a Royals player

MICHAEL DUBERRY COLUMN: Winning is the be-all and end-all

Joyful captain Michael Duberry turns to the Oxford United fans after the 2-0 win over Swindon Town at the Kassam Stadium in March 2012

DUBERRY COLUMN: Twelve highlights of my time

Thierry Henry celebrates scoring for Arsenal in their 4-1 win against a Leeds United side I was a member of in the FA Cup third round at Elland Road in January 2004 – but it was later that season that he really gave me the runaround at Highbury

MICHAEL DUBERRY COLUMN: Gunners legend Henry stood out from all the rest

Catching up with Paul Canoville (right) at Chelsea a couple of weeks ago

MICHAEL DUBERRY COLUMN: Contributing to Paul Canoville's film was an eye-opener

Steven Gerrard

MICHAEL DUBERRY COLUMN: Steven Gerrard has plenty to mull over at career crossroads

Lewis Hamilton celebrates winning his second world championship with victory in Sunday’s Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

Michael Duberry: Winning drivers' title does not guarantee job for life

Wayne Rooney celebrates scoring against Slovenia on Saturday, his 44th goal for England

MICHAEL DUBERRY COLUMN: Rooney was tough to face, even as a teenager

MICHAEL DUBERRY COLUMN: Senzo Meyiwa death means loss of positive role model

MICHAEL DUBERRY COLUMN: Senzo Meyiwa death means loss of positive role model

Michael Duberry

MICHAEL DUBERRY COLUMN: Wharton story should have wider audience

Writing this column for the Oxford Mail has been part of starting my second career, a year after I decided to call time on football

MICHAEL DUBERRY COLUMN: Feeling frustration a year after retiring

Nathaniel Clyne in England training this week

MICHAEL DUBERRY COLUMN: No caps, but no regrets over England

Chelsea, with Oscar (left) celebrating his goal with Willian in the 3-0 win over Aston Villa, got my bet off to a flier

Dream bet on my old clubs failed to deliver

Michael Duberry

Troubled NFL stars deserve no sympathy

England’s youthful team line up ahead of their Euro 2016 qualifying opener against Switzerland on Monday night, when they won 2-0

MICHAEL DUBERRY COLUMN: England's win gives me hope for a brighter future

Angel di Maria pictured on his Manchester United debut against Burnley at Turf Moor on Saturday

Transfer window is no time to panic buy

Luis Suarez made his debut for Barcelona against Mexican side Leon on Monday night

DUBERRY COLUMN: Suarez handed debut far too quickly

Michael Duberry

FOOTBALL: It was a case of the good, the bad and the ugly, says Duberry

Samir Nasri celebrates opening the scoring on Sunday as Manchester City beat West Ham 2-0 to lift the title

Time to call 'cut' on a season to remember

Cardiff players are distraught after their 3-0 defeat at Newcastle confirmed relegation

Nothing worse than relegation from the top flight

United’s Scott Davies (left) and Jake Wright applaud the fans after Saturday’s defeat at home to Accrington, but will they be at the Kassam Stadium next season?

Who will pay the price for Oxford United's failure?

David Moyes's face tells its own story of frustration

Red Devils' demise spells the end of an era

Stevie May celebrates St Johnstone's winner against Aberdeen

My old club crack it after 130-year wait

Chris Hughton's sacking last week means there are no black managers in the top flight

Hughton goes - and then there were none

Luis Suarez (left) and Daniel Sturridge have bagged 20 goals apiece to spearhead Liverpool’s title challenge this season

Great striking partnerships

My last game for Wycombe was in 2009 against Southampton in League One and here I’m getting the better of one Ricky Lambert, who went on to play for England. We lost that game 1-0 and overall, my spell with Wanderers was not the happiest

I was not a happy Wanderer under manager Gary Waddock

Oxford United's Tom Newey sees red at Chesterfield

Clubs paying the price for loss of discipline

Newcastle boss Alan Pardew clashes with Hull's David Meyler

Another sad picture for Pardew's wall of shame

Wayne Rooney celebrates scoring a cracking goal for Manchester United in their 2-0 win at Crystal Palace on Saturday – the day after he had signed his new £300k-a-week contract

Rooney deserves his £300k-a-week wages

Wigan Athletic’s goalscorer Ben Watson (left) celebrates with teammate Callum McManaman after their shock win over Manchester City in May

Magic of the FA Cup is still alive and kicking + Video

Raheem Sterling scores his first in Liverpool's 5-1 thrashing of Arsenal

What it's like to be on the end of a hammering - and to dish one out!

Leeds boss Brian McDermott at Monday's press conference

McDermott should be left to get on with the job

That's me with Chris Wilder at Southend in 2011 when I was out injured

Oxford United need a hungry young boss to fill Wilder's boots

Brendan Rodgers points the way at Anfield

Brendan Rodgers - one very special guy

Michael Schumacher

I'm hoping you'll see more of me in 2014

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