Oxford United's latest financial woe has seen some supporters take to social media to protest at the way the club is being run.

A fourth winding-up petition in Sumrith 'Tiger' Thanakarnjanasuth's 12-month tenure as U's owner was revealed this week - this time filed by stadium landlords Firoka after three previous skirmishes with HMRC, which were settled before it reached court.

United have said there is an agreement in principle to settle the issue which is due to be heard at the High Court on February 27, but it appears to have been the final straw with many fans.

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Recent home games have seen banners aimed at Tiger, while the Oxford Ultras hung their flags upside down in a show of their disapproval.

A number of supporters have now followed suit by flipping their social media avatars to display their frustration at ongoing issues at the club.

Today marks exactly a year of Tiger's ownership of United.