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    OUFC67 wrote:
    Hopefully we will get some decent players in prior to the season starting. We can only judge the changes over a full season as it takes time to get players in and working together. I am sure Lenegan will sell up next summer providing things have gone well over the next year. It is clear he will gradually come out. Funny managerial change again. I Would expect many player changes and staff over the next 12 months. The key thing is that we see attractive winning football at home. The league this coming campaign is going to be tougher.
    You must be joking. Ashton has already made it plain he thinks we have the basis of a good squad so that says changes and additions will be minimal. As regards Lenagan departing next season, I don't think so as he says part of the reason for him standing aside is because he's now on the FA and Football League Boards, if he sells up totally then he can't be on those boards and his ego needs that massage. Let's all hope the club does benefit in some way from the new blood though. We deserve it,!"
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Oxford United call press conference

Oxford United call press conference

Oxford United call press conference

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Speculation over the future of Oxford United's ownership is set to become clearer after the club called a press conference for 2pm today.

It is more than a week since news broke over the possibility of a takeover, with two consortiums known to be in the running.

So far U's owner and chairman Ian Lenagan has not commented on the situation, but it is understood he will be present this afternoon.

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