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Oxford United 4 straight defeats but most fans are happy- at the moment

 

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BDA_85
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Aug 1, 2019, 11:24 AM

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Karl Robinson's win ratio at Oxford United is 36.2%, with twenty-five victories in sixty-nine matches in all competitions.


According to Sky Sports News Karl Robinson has agreed a new THREE YEAR deal.


Great to see this thread live on, and so too does King Karl...


MelChester
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Had a couple of good signings this week. Their Youth set up is beginning to pay dividends. And if they have a sell on clause on Roofe they could be dancing on the ceiling. Still a rubbish kit ground.


Chris1963
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Had a couple of good signings this week. Their Youth set up is beginning to pay dividends. And if they have a sell on clause on Roofe they could be dancing on the ceiling. Still a rubbish kit ground.


I wouldn't argue with you about the last sentence, but reading the Oxford Times yesterday on my way to the Oxford United v Portsmouth game (I expect oxpete will have been pleased at Pompey winning on penalties, will we see him posting on this thread soon?) there was an article in which one of the directors was quoted as saying that he thought a move from Grenoble Road would be a good idea. Incidentally Oxford United's lease on the stadium expires in 2026.

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