LAST WORD: Goodwin on Northampton
Striker Will Goodwin got off the mark for Oxford United last night with a late header to open his account for the U’s after joining fron Cheltenham Town.
BRANNAGAN "There's so much still to come..."
Cameron Brannagan’s 50th Oxford United goal helped the U’s return to the League 1 play-off places last night with a thoroughly entertaining 4-2 win over Wigan Athletic at the stadium.
LAST WORD Harris on Blackpool
Mark Harris’s excellent goalscoring run continued with a 13th goal of the season at Blackpool on Saturday. The Welsh international striker has now scored seven goals in 2024 and he was typically...
LAST WORD: Des on Reading Draw
Oxford United had to settle for a point against Reading on Saturday but will grow stronger from now on in. That was the message from Boss Des Buckingham after Saturday's 1-1 draw at the Kassam...
LAST WORD James Henry on Pompey Draw
James Henry’s late goal earned Oxford United a 2-2 draw with the leaders last night as they picked up a point from an entertaining encounter with Portsmouth at the Kassam Stadium.
Sparky Thanks the Fans
Two goals from top scorer Mark Harris kept Oxford United heading in the right direction as they won 3-1 at Carlisle on Saturday.
LAST WORD: Oisin's Big Moment
Oisin Smyth was the hero as Oxford United came from behind to win 2-1 at the Valley on New Year's Day.
LAST WORD: Joe Bennett on Derby
Oxford United will pick themseves up and go again when they travel to Charlton Athletic on New Year’s Day, determined to make amends after letting a 2-0 lead slip away against Derby County last...
LAST WORD: Des Buckingham on Cambridge Win
A dramatic late winner from Ciaron Brown gave Oxford United a Boxing Day win against Cambridge and kept them well in the chase for promotion as the season reached half way.
LAST WORD: Rodrigues on Burton
Ruben Rodrigues was the hero with two goals as Oxford United beat Burton Albion 3-0 at the Kassam Stadium on Saturday.
LAST WORD: Ciaron Brown on Reading
Oxford United came away from Reading with a draw last night after Ciaron Brown’s first half header was cancelled out by a Sam Smith goal just before half time.