Tag Archives: Oxford United

Fyfe’s Poetry Corner

Inspired by national poetry day and Town’s recent penalty win/draw/drab ‘bonus point’ over Oxford, Steven Fyfe has taken to verse Supporting our local club, Win, lose or draw. In the loudest of voices, fans sing from the stands. Never short on opinions but on match days we unite. Down the divisions and back up again with Only one dream –

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Vic Morgan: What The Kassam Hill Was That?

Former BBC Wiltshire match commentator Vic Morgan reflects on another A420 derby defeat… Quite a week this… Let’s start at the beginning shall we? In the words of the song a very good place to start. Last Saturday’s trip along the A420 was everything I hate about football. As someone who’s watched the game from the mid sixties onward, I’ve seen

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Oxford United: Seeing red

Jonny Leighfield joins a growing list of TheWashbag.com writers who have reported on an Oxford United victory over Swindon Town… The last time Swindon were victorious over that club down the A420, Wikipedia was born, Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone came out in cinemas and Tony Blair’s Labour Party won their second consecutive General Election. So, if you feel

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