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  • "Northampton 2- Poxford 0

    Your old manager Wilder will show you bunch of losers that for all the abuse you lot gave him you now have a manager who having lost 6 out of his 7 games in charge what a poor selection of a manager your chairman has chosen to replace Wilder.
    If you had kept Wilder you would have probably made the play offs and for us down the road we are loving every minute of you lot doing your normal thing and blowing it when it matters.
    Never mind you will still be playing at the like of Morecombe again next season.
    My prediction for next season Luton to get automatic promotion and leave you behind back in L2 again. By the way I got the teams right this season who got automatic promotion form your poxy league.
    Waddock will be sacked in October/November.

    Happy Days - Keep smiling and believing you never know you may hit the dizzy heights of L1.

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Oxford United finale at Sixfields sold out

Oxford United finale at Sixfields sold out

Oxford United finale at Sixfields sold out

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Oxford United’s final fixture of the season against Northampton Town at Sixfields on Saturday will be a 7,400 sell-out.

United, who sold their allocation weeks ago, will be backed by 1,360 fans against the Cobblers, who are managed by ex-U’s boss Chris Wilder.

* Oxford United Women are aiming to cause an upset when they visit FA Women’s Super League Division 1 side Bristol Academy for their Continental Cup debut tonight.

Bristol finished runners-up in the top flight last season.

Oxford United (v Bristol Academy, away): from Cox, Mobbs, Hines, Osborne-Ricketts, Chivers, Stanley, Allison, Caswell, Pickett, Pinker, Low, Boxall, King, Nutman, Connor-Iommi, Lane, Lambourne, Oliver, Franklin-Fraiture.

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