WIth another 10,000 crowd expected at the Kassam Stadium on Saturday for the visit of Portsmouth, the Oxford United programme team has excelled itself to produce yet another fine edition of the award-winning match programme.
In the big interview, Cameron Brannagan reveals all about his penalty-taking technique and how he copes with the pressure. Meanwhile, we look back at the nine-goal game at Gillingham and even further back at the 1960/61 season, when the U's were elected into the Football League.
Sam Long is the poster boy, and Object Lessons concentrates on the Oxford United trophy cabinet. With notes from the Chairman and Head Coach, profiles from the Youth Team and Women's Team and our usual look at the opposition, as well as (of course) Olly the Ox's page of quizes and puzzles for the younger fans, there is something for everyone in the latest edition.
Programmes cost just £3 and are available from sellers around the ground (cash only) and the club shop (cash or card). Alternatively, you could buy a downloadable copy from www.matchdayfix.com/oufc. Whatever format you prefer, just make sure you buy it, okay?