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    oldun wrote:
    oxfordus wrote:
    Yeah, the pain cannot be ignored and no one said that supporting OUFC would be easy, far from it. I guess that's why we enjoy the highs so much. I totally understand your stance on a season ticket and you have shown more patience with the performances than many others, like you mentoned.
    But the continuous criticism that some posters type on most of the articles on this site is unconstructive and at times just plain nonsense/childish. I know that some of the posters are just idiots and are easier to ignore, but it seems that people have forgotten that we are not victims, whose divine right to football success has been stolen. We are in fact supporters of a club, whose default position should be to show support for the club re developments/transfe


    rs/manager selctions and hope that the decisions turn out to be successful. Yes we can criticise, but only after it is shown the club decisions need to change.
    CW had to go and yes it was unfathomable that there was such a delay between managers, as it turned out to be the fatal blow for the season.
    With hindsight, CW should have gone in the previous summer with a new manager in place for the start of the season. But I'm sure IL will have learnt a lesson or two from all that. Afterall, he is allowed to make the odd mistake isn't he?
    Agree with very much of that. Yes, I wanted Chris W to go log before he did so. I believe that, had he stayed, we would have lost in the play offs in a very mediocre division. Of course , IL is entitled to make as many mistakes as he likes with anything which he owns (including OUFC) .My guess is that like most successful businessmen/women over his long career he has made many more right decisions than wrong.. At OUFC , most of his decisions have been very poor ones . A highly intelligent man , he can talk a good game. I want to be wrong but of the 70 applicants , my guess is that he chose one of the worst 35 applicants - don't you agree?
    Vote loser - at least part of that - which bit(s)?"
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Newey signs new Oxford United contract

Tom Newey

Tom Newey

First published in Sport
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Herald Series: Photograph of the Author by , Chief Sports Reporter covering Oxford United. Follow us on twitter: @oxfordmailoufc. Call me on 01865 425458

TOM Newey has put pen to paper on a new contract which will keep the defender at Oxford United next season.

The 31-year-old was out of contract this summer, but was offered terms earlier this month.

After considering his options, the left back has agreed to the new 12-month deal.

Newey signed last summer after being released by Scunthorpe United, making 47 appearances as the U's finished eighth in Sky Bet League Two.

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