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Good Reading for Good Friday

23 March 2016

Make sure you buy your Stevenage programme

Oxford United entertain Stevenage this Good Friday (3pm) and we have produced another top-quality edition of our award-winning programme for the occasion.

With United edging ever closer to promotion a big crowd is anticipated, so make sure you get there early and spend the time before kick-off reading the latest edition of the match programme. We have match action from United's last two impressive wins over Dagenham & Redbridge and Barnet, while Danny Hylton talks about his experience on the bench at the Hive. Our big interview is one with a difference, as Les Taylor looks ahead to the new WSL2 season, which starts this Thursday at home to Millwall Lionesses at Abingdon United's Northcourt Road ground (7.45pm).

Friday is the club's Kick it Out day, and we feature an impassioned plea from Community Trust Operations Director Caroline Robbins about making Oxford United a more welcoming place to come for everyone. Darryl Eales introduces us to United's latest director and discusses fan engagement, among other things, while Michael Appleton and Jake Wright consider the Stevenage match and beyond. There is a rare (almost) consensus in our Big Question feature about who was United's best-ever defender, while guest of honour, Andy Thomas, talks to us about injuries and missing out on the Milk Cup final.

Our competitions page gives you the chance to win the latest album by James and you can also get your fingers on a Wembley foam hand. This week's poster boy is George Waring.

You can buy the programme, along with a copy of the day's Oxford Mail (while stocks last), for just £3 from sellers around the ground and the club shop. Alternatively, download the online version from www.matchdayfix.com/oufc from 1pm on the day of the game (9am if you're a subscriber).

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