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Website update
The start of the 2017-18 season marks the 20th Anniversary of the founding of Oxford United Exiles.
The website has gone through many changes over the years but with the advent of smart phones and tablets the site had lacked mobile friendliness.
Following a major re-build the site is now PC, mobile and tablet friendly. Please report any site issues via the Contact link.

22nd March

Karl Robinson is the new OUFC manager. Having left Charlton by mutual consent earlier today, Robinson has signed a deal with United that runs to the summer of 2020.

5th March

Goalkeeper Jack Stevens has signed a new deal to keep him at the club until the summer of 2019, with the option of a 12 month extension.

1st March

Craig Bellamy reveales he had agreed a deal with Darryl Eales to become the new U's manager. But following the takeover by Tiger he decided not to pursue the position.

1st March

Following a pitch inspection Saturday's match v Fleetwood has been postponed due to the adverse weather conditions.
The match will now be played on Tuesday 10th April.

28th February

Steve Dolton has become the 5th director to leave the club since the takeover.

27th February

Craig Bellamy withdraws from talks to become Oxford manager.

27th February

Ivo Pekalski ended a six month wait, following a knee injury in pre-season training, to play for the U's. He played for 60 minutes in a development squad friendly away to QPR.

26th February

OUFC Press Conference
It was difficult to glean any real information about the Club's future from this poorly managed event. We have to hope that Darryl Eales has picked the right man to take the club forward.

24th February

Northampton 0-0 OUFC
United kept a clean sheet for the first time since the 6th January having lost their last 6 league matches.

24th February

New training ground deal confirmed. United will take over a significant part of the £4.9m sports complex near Horspath which is being funded by BMW and run by leisure provider Fusion.

23rd February

Following Tiger's arrival as the new Oxford United owner, four directors have officially left the board. Peter Lee, Lionel Tarassenko, Benn Brown and Simon Kelner have all today departed, according to Companies House.

22nd February

Oxford United Football Club announces that Sumrith “Tiger” Thanakarnjanasuth has become the majority shareholder and chairman of the club.
Full story here

17th February

OUFC 0-1 Plymouth Argyle
A goal in 1st half injury time sent the U's to their 6th defeat in their last 8 home matches.

13th February

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.

10th February

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!.

3rd February

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.