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    LeagueOneOx wrote:
    The club are looking seriously at re-locating to a purpose built, modern stadium at Water Eaton. It could be the most easily accessible stadium in the UK with it's brilliant transport links.

    That's where the future lies and the club has strengthened it's board accordingly. You need a good balance and mix between sport and business in the boardroom and I agree when a club is owned and run by a family fiefdom it never feels right.
    Here here, or is it hear hear? Never know despite having English Grammar GCE in the days when we we chiselled the answers in slate. Quite right, the club at last looks as if it could be going the right way. This lot appear Proffessional and focused on what's best for the club and their investment in it! They do appear to have access to funds a view of where they want the club to be over the next 5 years."
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Oxford United announce two additions to club's board

Oxford Mail: Oxford United announce two additions to club's board Oxford United announce two additions to club's board

OXFORD United have announced two new faces will join the club's board.

Mike O'Leary and Frank Waterhouse both become non-executive directors, the latter replacing Paul Wright as chief financial officer.

O'Leary spent two years as chief executive at West Bromwich Albion and has more than 30 years of board experience.

Waterhouse, a chartered accountant, has spent a similar length of time working in finance.

The changes mean United's board now comprises Darryl Eales (chairman), Mark Aston (chief executive) and directors Ian Lenagan, Mike O’Leary and Frank Waterhouse.

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