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    Southstandupper wrote:
    Typical OUFC fans reject the player before a ball has been kicked. So Big Al who would you sign??? who do you rate??? of course budget allowing. As for Marathon 2012 maybe we should sign The Vatican first X1. We have all been guilty of making comments which were or could be offensive (listen to fans chanting during games) and what gets done? nothing, Hylton was found guilty (three years ago) fined and banned so served his punishment end of story move on.. As for the question is Hylton better than Beano? well who can tell but Hylton will be playing in Division 2 while Beano will play in the Conference so maybe Hylton is better, but before we decide lets wait until August and judge then.
    Finally someone who talks sense. Totally agree with your comments. Why is everyone on this site so negative? It's absolutely ridiculous and of no help to the club and manager what so ever. Go do your trolling somewhere else."
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Update: Danny Hylton is Waddock's first signing for Oxford United

Update: Danny Hylton is Waddock's first signing for Oxford United

Danny Hylton

Danny Hylton

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Rotherham striker Danny Hylton has signed for Oxford United and declared: I can't want to start.

United unveiled what is manager Gary Waddock's first signing this morning.

Hylton spent time on loan at AFC Wimbledon and Bury FC last season and after failing to establish himself in Steve Evans’s first-team plans was allowed the opportunity to seek a move elsewhere.

He said: "It has been a frustrating time at Rotherham and I am really pleased to join Oxford on a permanent basis. I have played against them a number of times and know it’s an ambitious club with good players and I am really looking forward to it.

“I enjoyed working with Gary Waddock at Aldershot and I played some of the best football of my career under him. His sides work hard for each other and play good football and I can’t wait to be part of that next season.”

Waddock said: “Danny has a great attitude and wants to show what he can do again.  He maybe has a point to prove and is hungry to do well here.

“He scores his fair share of goals but he also links things together and brings others into play. He is versatile, can play all across the front line, has pace and I believe he will do well for us.”

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