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London Calling

27 March 2014

Gary Waddock wants your support at Dagenham

New Head Coach Gary Waddock has called for United fans to get behind the Yellow Army Away Day on Saturday - and the team for the rest of the season. 

U's fans are being encouraged to meet up at a London pub before the Sky Bet League 2 match at Dagenham and Redbridge to make a day of it, as part of 'London Calling: The Yellow Army Big London Day Out'. 

Gary said: "The welcome the travelling Yellow Army gave me at Southend was fantastic and when I watched the Hartlepool game as a spectator I was really impressed with how our crowd got behind the team and lifted the players. 

"It does make such a difference, and I urge all Oxford supporters to give it their utmost for the remaining games of the season. 

"If we’re all in it together, we’ve got a better chance of succeeding together. I met with the Yellow Army on Sunday, and heard about the special effort being made for the Dagenham game, and I wholeheartedly back that effort. 

"I want the players to see yellow everywhere when we come out of the tunnel on Saturday."
 
United fans are welcome to gather at the Hamilton Hall pub at Liverpool Street Station from 11am, before heading to the social club at Dagenham & Redbridge's ground prior to the match. 

It is hoped United fans from all over the country will come together and share a drink at Hamilton Hall before the march to cheer the team on, to make it an away day to remember. 

The away day effort forms part of the Yellow's Army mission to improve the match day experience at United games. 

Joe Nicholls, of the Yellow Army, said: "Saturday is all about getting together and having a good day out as Oxford fans together. 

"The flags looked fantastic at Southend and we're hoping to have another decent display at Dagenham when the teams run out to really back Gary and the team for the big final push. 

"I'm really looking forward to meeting fellow Yellows at the Hamilton Hall."

Matt Organ, of the Yellow Army, said: "The best away games are usually when the fans get together and make a day of it.  

"The team are still in the mix for promotion and we can play our part by getting behind them."

Tickets are on sale now. You can book yours by calling the Oxford United ticket office on 01865 337533 or via www.oufctickets.co.uk 

You can also pay on the day. Prices are £18.50 for adults, £13 for over 65s and students, and £11 for children aged 10-16. Under 10s can attend for free.

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