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Tuesday, June 28, 2022

Tag: football

OUAFC set to host Reserves Varsity this Weekend

"Not only will there be 3 fantastic games of football but there will also be a bar and food stand running throughout the day."

Oli Hall’s Oxford Updates – W6

"A hugely impressive 4-0 win against Charlton at the Den sees them back up into fourth in the League One table."

Oli Hall’s Oxford Updates – W5

"A Billy Bodin masterclass wasn’t enough for Oxford United as they slumped to back-to-back defeats."

Oli Hall’s Oxford United Updates – W4

"Cameron Brannagan capped what is surely the standout week of his career with a rocket from 25 yards out to bring United level on 82 minutes."

Why Balotelli gamble might prove to be the masterstroke that rescues crisis-hit Italy

"A falling out with head coach Patrick Vieria proved the catalyst for a monumental decline."

Oli Hall’s Oxford United Update – W3

"Cameron Brannagan scored no fewer than four times from the penalty spot."

Eight Killed in AFCON Crush

"Clearly there were failures - there were things that should have been foreseen."

Oli Hall’s Oxford United Update – W2

"The win and favourable results elsewhere saw United back up into the play-off positions in sixth."

New Stadium for Oxford United F.C.

"Oxford United’s plan to leave the Kassam Stadium in favour of a new site at Straftfield Brake is well-founded, and could provide major benefits for the club’s fans and owners, the county and city councils, and perhaps the university too."

Oli Hall’s Oxford United Update – W1

"After last week’s defeat the U’s fans were in fine voice at a sold-out away end in Wycombe, bouncing off the back of this week’s stadium news and happy in the knowledge that a win could lift them up the table."

Beer drills and beer fountains: the potential outcomes of Tracey Crouch’s alcohol plans

Mix beer with a sore defeat, and the pint cup could become an effective weapon for the football fan.

Jair Bolsonaro’s Brazil shirt

"The purity and innocence of the Seleção has finally been ruptured, eclipsed, and defaced by political calamity."

Oli Hall’s Oxford United updates: Week 0

"Oxford United fell to a first away defeat in League One since September at the LNER Stadium."

Tradition in innovation: Fluminense’s mosaico

"Underneath the surface of floating pieces of coloured paper are multitudes of fans dancing, chanting and jumping in a relentless attempt to mute the opposition fans’ voices. Each is partaking in a ritual that has survived generations."

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