Oxblogger TV – Episode 5 – Oxford United v Swindon Town 2002 – One in a row

In this episode, we’re heading back to 2002 and a second round of the FA Cup against Swindon Town. Ian Atkins was at the control and the club were in the grip of his footballing revolution. Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s probably a ball launched long by Matt Bound for Steve Basham and Jefferson Louis to chase.

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Oxblogger TV – Episode 4 – Oxford v Chelsea 1999 FA Cup – Bambi on Ice

With the club broke and on its knees, and with food parcels being delivered to the club, Oxford were handed a lifeline when they were drawn against Chelsea in the FA Cup 4th Round. It turned into a night of intense drama, the highest highs and the lowest lows. The last great night at the ramshackle Manor ground.

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Oxblogger TV – Episode 3 – The Guiness Soccer Six 1986 – Never mind the Swannacks

Back in 1986, Oxford United were on top of the world; buckling under the weight of the silverware we’d accumulated over the previous three years. But, could we do it in a renovated railway station on a wet Wednesday night in Manchester? We’re about to find out; the country’s finest indoor small-sided footballers gathered to compete for the Guinness Soccer Six. Improbably, it became the most dramatic of nights which pivoted around a man names Swannack. Watch along with us and we dissect the glory years, question the wisdom of John Trewick’s moustache and try to avoid inappropriate jokes about Graham Rix.

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The Oxblogger vlog – Episode 1

They said it couldn’t be done; many said it shouldn’t be done. But here it is; Oxblogger and Dan Curtis take you through their favourite Oxford United UK full-international XI and the best overseas XI the club have ever had. Sorting the Diazs from the Doudous and your Maguires from your Mehmetis.