Rotherham 3-1 OUFC
Rob Dickie made his first start, replacing Aaron Martin (voted January player of the month) in defence.
The U's were 2-0 down after 30 minutes but James Henry pulled a goal back before half time.
Rotherham sealed the game up with a third goal on 52 mins and almost made it 4-1 a couple minutes later as Newell got in down the left, but Mousinho made a challenge to concede a corner.
OUFC 1-2 Bristol Rovers
Despite taking a 2nd minute lead with a goal from Joe Rothwell, the U's failed to press home their early advantage and allowed Rovers to dominate the remainder of the match.
The U's have now lost 5 of their last 8 home matches!.
Charlton 2-3 OUFC
United twice came from behind to grab all 3 points at the Valley.
Goals from James Henry, Todd Kane and an injury time winner from Ryan Ledson (who made an injury time goal line clearance last season in the U's 0-1 win), sealed the win for United.
The U's had suffered a double setback with Wes Thomas picking up an injury before kick off and his replacement Jon Obika going off with an injury on 35 minutes.
United have signed 24-year old right-back Todd Kane on-loan from Chelsea for the rest of the season.
Fit again Charlie Raglan has gone out on loan to Port Vale until the end of the season
United bring in left back Ashley Smith-Brown from Manchester City on loan until the end of the season
Fixture changes - back to back games live on Sky.
Sunday 25th March – Portsmouth vs Oxford United 4pm.
Friday 30th March – Oxford United vs Scunthorpe United 12.45pm
Oxford United have this morning sacked manager Pep Clotet
OUFC 1-2 Bury
United slumped to yet another home deafeat, this time to bottom of the league Bury. The U's were leading 1-0 with just 10 minutes to go against a side who had not scored in their last eight league games!
Sam Long has joined Hampton and Richmond Borough on a month's loan and Jack Stevens has joined Tamworth also on a month's loan.
POSTPONEMENT: Oxford United’s League One game at Wigan on Saturday January 27 has been postponed as Wigan will be playing in the FA Cup Fourth Round.
New date to be arranged!
James Roberts is to stay on loan at Guiseley for the rest of the season.
Jack Payne has left United after being recalled from his loan by parent club Huddersfield Town.
Oxford United will be holding a Fans Forum on Thursday 1st March. Chairman Darryl Eales, Manager Pep Clotet as well as other members of staff including new MD Niall McWilliams are expected to be in attendance.
The forum will be at Oxford City’s Court Place Farm. Entrance is free and the bar will open at 6.30pm.
The forum will start at 7.00pm and will be broadcast LIVE on BBC Radio Oxford and in iFollow.
Walsall 2 - 1 OUFC
United suffered their first defeat of 2018. The home side scored either side of half time with their only efforts on target. Alex Mowatt pulled a goal back for the U's on 70 minutes with a great free kick. It was to be only time that United managed to beat the outstanding Liam Roberts in the Walsall goal.
United make their second signing of the week. Isaac Buckley-Ricketts has been signed on loan from Manchester City until the end of the season.
United's EFL Trophy clash at Chelsea will take place on Tuesday, January 23 (7.30). Tickets will be £5 adults/£3 concessions, but none sold at Stamford Bridge on the evening. Must be bought in advance.
United sign midfielder Cameron Brannagan from Liverpool on a 3 year deal for an undisclosed fee.
United will be away to Chelsea U21 in the next round of the EFL Trophy.
Charlton 1 - 1 OUFC
United go through to the next round winning 0-3 in the penalty shoot out. Scott Shearer saved 2 spot kicks, while Ryan Ledson had his effort saved.
United recall goalkeeper Jack Stevens from loan at City. Simon Eastwood has inflamed shoulder tendons and misses the match at Charlton tonight.
OUFC 1 - 0 Blackpool
An 80th header by Jon Obika from Alex Mowatt's free kick and another outstanding performance by Simon Eastwood ensured the U's gained back to back homes wins for the first time this season. John Mousinho came off on 65 minutes with a tight hamstring. HIGHLIGHT(S)
The U's take on Blackpool at Grenoble Road looking to make it back to back home wins. New signing Rob Dickie could make his debut, while Tiendalli is expected to replace Ricardinho (3 match suspension) at left back.
United sign 21 year old Rob Dickie from Reading for an undisclosed fee. The defender has signed a deal up to the summer of 2020. He has played for England at under 19 level and played 23 matches on loan for Lincoln City in the first half of the season.
OUFC 3 - 1 MK Dons
United started the new year in fine style with a home win.
Goals from Wes Thomas, Gino van Kessel and Jon Obika gave the U's a welcome 3 points.