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The largest amount of money Oxford have received by selling a player was an estimated £3, 000, 000 for Kemar Roofe's transfer to Leeds United in July 2016. [168] The largest transfer fee Oxford have paid was £470, 000 for Dean Windass' transfer from Aberdeen in August 1998, [169] though the undisclosed fee paid for Marvin Johnson at the start of the 2016–17 season is thought to have exceeded this figure. [85] Oxford are the only team in history to have been promoted consecutively from Division Three to the First Division as Champions. To a lesser extent, Wycombe Wanderers, Luton Town and Northampton Town are also seen as rivals. The rivalry with Swindon stems from the clubs' close proximity, as well as the fact they have played each other 55 times since 1962. Oxford (Headington) and Swindon met a few times in non-competitive fixtures before 1962. The earliest match on record was a friendly in the 1950–51 season at Headington. They also played each other in 1954–55 both home and away, and at Headington during 1958–59. All programmes are fairly scarce, with the single sheet issued at Swindon being very rare. The 1962–63 game was a testimonial, with the first league meetings coming in 1965–66. [citation needed] During the height of football hooliganism, trouble flared up between the sets of fans. In 1998, during a match at the County Ground, 19 Swindon supporters were arrested, [141] while in 2002 there was an incident between supporters after Oxford fans returned from an away fixture. [142] In 2011, vandals burned the initials STFC into the Kassam Stadium's pitch. During October 1998, the backroom staff at the club went unpaid, due to United's financial situation with the new stadium, and the threat of administration caused a group of fans to set up a pressure group called Fighting for Oxford United's Life (FOUL). [40] The group began to publicise the club's plight through a series of meetings and events, including a 'Scarf of Unity', which was a collection of scarves from various clubs which was long enough to stretch around the perimeter of the pitch. [40] Chairman Robin Herd stepped down to concentrate on his engineering projects, and in April 1999 Firoz Kassam bought Herd's 89. 9% controlling interest in Oxford United for £1, with which he also inherited the club's estimated £15 million debt. [41] Kassam reduced £9 million of the debt to just £900, 000, by virtue of a Company Voluntary Arrangement, by which unsecured creditors who were owed over £1, 000 were reimbursed with 10p for every pound they were owed. [citation needed] References General Bickerton, Bob (1998). Club Colours. Hamlyn. ISBN 0-600-59542-0. Howland, Andy and Roger (1989). Oxford United: A Complete Record (1893–1989). Breedon Books. ISBN 0-907969-52-6. Brodetsky, Martin (2009). Oxford United: The Complete Record. ISBN 978-1-85983-715-3. Specific ^ a b c d e f Brodetsky, Martin; Brunt, Heather; Williams, Chris; Crabtree, David. "A history of Oxford United Football Club". Oxford United. Archived from the original on 15 September 2007. Retrieved 11 September 2007. ^ "Club Statement: Board Changes". 27 September 2022. Archived from the original on 11 October 2022. [79] After another bright start, Oxford led the table several times in the first half of the 2013–14 season. On 25 January 2014, with the club faltering though still in the play-off places, Wilder resigned as manager to take up the reins at relegation-threatened Northampton. Mickey Lewis subsequently became the caretaker manager for a second time for the club. On 22 March 2014, Gary Waddock was appointed the head coach of the club after a lengthy interview process, leaving his job as Head of Coaching at MK Dons. [80] Under Lewis and Waddock, Oxford slipped out of the play-off places in the final few weeks of the season, finishing a disappointing eighth in the table, nine points off the last playoff place. [146] Players First team squad As of 1 December 2023[147] Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. Out on loan Youth squad Backroom staff The board Chairman: Grant Ferguson[151] Directors: Horst Geicke, Anindya Bakrie and Sumrith 'Tiger' Thanakarnjanasuth Chief Executive: Tim Williams Coaching and medical staff Head coach: Des Buckingham First team coach: Craig Short Goalkeeping coach: Lewis Price Youth team coaches: Chris Hackett and Pablo Haysham Head of performance: Harry Routledge First team physiotherapist: Amy Cranston[152] Sport therapist: John Elliot[152] First team sports scientist: Dwayne Peasah Head of recruitment: Ed Waldron Managerial history Jim Smith had three spells as manager. Oxford United – Cambridge United: Live score, updates Match Oxford United vs Cambridge United in the England. League One (12/26/2023): Live score, stream, statistics match & H2H results on Tribuna.com. The ground was originally shared with Headington Cricket Club until 1949, when they moved to Cowley Barracks. [100] The capacity at closure was 9, 500, but hosted United's record crowd of 22, 750 against Preston North End in an FA Cup sixth-round match on 29 February 1964. [1] The four stands were named after the roads they were positioned on: The North, East, South and West stands were called Cuckoo Lane, Osler Road, London Road and Beech Road respectively. In the 1990s, the Taylor Report was published calling for the improvement of football stadiums. The Manor Ground's terracing was becoming redundant and redeveloping the ground was too costly, so the club decided to move to a purpose-built all-seater stadium on the outskirts of the city, costing in the region of £15 million. [101] Construction work began in the early part of 1997, but was suspended later that year due to the club's financial problems. [130] The official matchday programme for home games costs £3 and was voted best Conference Premier Programme of the Year for the 2007–08 season. [131] A number of songs are sung during home games, such as "Yellow Submarine" (with adapted lyrics) and songs relating to the old Manor Ground. The club have a number of celebrity supporters, including Timmy Mallett, [132] Tim Henman[133] and Jim Rosenthal. Reading - Oxford United Live - League One Football fans can read breaking Football news headlines, interviews, expert commentary and watch replays. Keep up with what's happening in the Premier League, ... Oxford United vs Cambridge United » Predictions, Odds, How to Watch Oxford United Cambridge United Livestream. Stick to the steps provided below and you can enjoy an ad-free stream of the game completely free of ...


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