The Chairman Writes17 March 2018
Oxford United chairman Sumrith 'Tiger' Thanakarnjanasuth writes his first programme notes for this afternoon's game against Peterborough United:
Oxford United Announce New Chairman22 February 2018
Oxford United Football Club today announces that Sumrith “Tiger” Thanakarnjanasuth has become the majority shareholder and chairman of the club.
Chairman's Programme Notes for Blackpool6 January 2018
Welcome to today’s game against Blackpool. Earlier in the season, Blackpool deservedly won at Bloomfield Road but since then both teams have had fairly up and down results. Both of us sit in and...
Chairman's Notes For MK Dons1 January 2018
Happy New Year to everyone and welcome to our New Year’s Day game against MK Dons. I wish all our supporters, staff and the wider Oxford family a healthy, happy and successful 2018. It’s a time of...
Chairman's Notes for Wigan23 December 2017
Welcome to our last home game of 2017 against table-topping Wigan Athletic. We welcome their players, officials and loyal fans who have braved the M6 on traditionally the day, being so close to...
Chairman's Doncaster Programme Notes9 December 2017
Welcome to today’s game against Doncaster Rovers. There is, as ever, much going on around the club, both on and off the pitch.
Darryl Eales' Notes for Blackburn Rovers21 November 2017
Welcome to tonight’s home game against Blackburn Rovers.
Chairman's Notes In Northampton Programme11 November 2017
Welcome to today’s game against local rivals Northampton Town.
Darryl Eales for Rotherham21 October 2017
Good afternoon and welcome to today’s game against Rotherham. Today is also Military Day and it is a great pleasure to welcome past and present members from our armed forces.
Darryl Eales' Programme Notes for Wimbledon7 October 2017
Welcome to everyone to today's game against Wimbledon. Last Saturday saw us take all three points in a highly entertaining game at Peterborough and ending a three-match losing run.
Chairman's Notes for Gillingham Programme9 September 2017
I am writing these notes immediately after a hard-fought draw at MK Dons. Overall, I think a point was a fair return although, on balance, I think we had the better of the clear-cut chances.