Oxford United boss encouraged despite latest defeat

Peter Leven slots home his late penalty at Cheltenham

Peter Leven slots home his late penalty at Cheltenham

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

DESPITE suffering another defeat, Chris Wilder felt Oxford United restored some pride with their performance at Cheltenham Town last night.

A Peter Leven penalty ten minutes from time gave United hope of salvaging something from the game, after sweet strikes from Darren Carter and Shaun Harrad had put the hosts in charge.

But the U’s were unable to find an equaliser and went down 2-1, their fourth successive npower League Two defeat.

Although it was another setback, Wilder, who blasted his players after Saturday’s defeat at Burton, was encouraged by the display.

“I have said to the players that I can accept that,” he said.

“I am disappointed with the result, but I don’t think we deserved to be beaten if I’m honest.

“We don’t accept losing lightly, but we will win more games than we lose if we play like that.

“I am sure there’s a win around the corner, that’s what we have got to believe.”

He added: “There’s things we can’t control that are going against us, but the heart and spirit is definitely there.

“If you have got that, you have got something to work from.”

One of the main positives was the return of Lee Cox from injury.

The midfielder had not featured since August 21 after picking up a groin injury, but made it through 90 minutes.

The on-loan Swindon man felt the U’s were unlucky to take nothing from the game.

He said: “I was quite surprised with how I lasted, but with the first game back, the adrenalin helps you through it.

“I think we definitely deserved something out of the game.

“We had a lot of chances, we fought hard, but it was just unfortunate again that two wonder goals have killed us.”

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9:59am Wed 19 Sep 12

adlibber says...

Pride? Seriously? That's like a man walking into a bookies with £500 and coming out boasting he's got a fiver left. 4 defeats on the bounce 12 points lost and already 10 points behind the leaders after just 7 games. We are going nowhere with this current set up. if Mr Lenagan thinks the head in the sand approach is a useful management tool he may question that when he resurfacesto find just a handful of supporters left. The time to act is now - we need a new manager with more than one plan.
Pride? Seriously? That's like a man walking into a bookies with £500 and coming out boasting he's got a fiver left. 4 defeats on the bounce 12 points lost and already 10 points behind the leaders after just 7 games. We are going nowhere with this current set up. if Mr Lenagan thinks the head in the sand approach is a useful management tool he may question that when he resurfacesto find just a handful of supporters left. The time to act is now - we need a new manager with more than one plan. adlibber
  • Score: 4

10:47am Wed 19 Sep 12

BigOx22 says...

I agree adlibber. Change is needed. Give someone new a chance before it's too late. CW thank you for getting us back into the league but thats as far as you can take us. You said and the end of last season we were stronger then our first season back but we wasn't. We need battlers in the team in this league. Look at all the players we have let go in the past and look were they are now. Sort it out IL. The fans love this club but it doesn't seem like the people at the club have a care in the world at the moment!
I agree adlibber. Change is needed. Give someone new a chance before it's too late. CW thank you for getting us back into the league but thats as far as you can take us. You said and the end of last season we were stronger then our first season back but we wasn't. We need battlers in the team in this league. Look at all the players we have let go in the past and look were they are now. Sort it out IL. The fans love this club but it doesn't seem like the people at the club have a care in the world at the moment! BigOx22
  • Score: -3

11:11am Wed 19 Sep 12

AylesburyOx says...

I see Wilder is now putting his faith in blind optimism with -

“I am sure there’s a win around the corner, that’s what we have got to believe.”

Still, better than motivating the players, working on your coaching and coming up with a tactical strategy.

Law of averages dictates that we must win at some point; I'd say we have a greater chance of getting there faster Mr Wilder if you stepped down as manager
I see Wilder is now putting his faith in blind optimism with - “I am sure there’s a win around the corner, that’s what we have got to believe.” Still, better than motivating the players, working on your coaching and coming up with a tactical strategy. Law of averages dictates that we must win at some point; I'd say we have a greater chance of getting there faster Mr Wilder if you stepped down as manager AylesburyOx
  • Score: -1

11:16am Wed 19 Sep 12

Joe1 says...

Four defeats on the trot, and still not feeling the bad vibrations running through the club Mr.Wilder?
Get real, with the current team & yr tactics CW, we will not get anywhere let alone survive in this division.
If we don't win at home on Saturday, time to move on Mr.Wilder.

"COME ON YOU YELLOWS"
.
Four defeats on the trot, and still not feeling the bad vibrations running through the club Mr.Wilder? Get real, with the current team & yr tactics CW, we will not get anywhere let alone survive in this division. If we don't win at home on Saturday, time to move on Mr.Wilder. "COME ON YOU YELLOWS" . Joe1
  • Score: -1

11:23am Wed 19 Sep 12

LeGod says...

A great night with Swindon winning and you losing again and slipping down the league as i predicted and looking at your next four games i see doom and gloom on the horizon for you Yellow bellies. Love it and nice to see.

Conference here you go!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
!!!!!!!!

FOREVER IN OUR SHADOW
A great night with Swindon winning and you losing again and slipping down the league as i predicted and looking at your next four games i see doom and gloom on the horizon for you Yellow bellies. Love it and nice to see. Conference here you go!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!! FOREVER IN OUR SHADOW LeGod
  • Score: -2

11:53am Wed 19 Sep 12

BigOx22 says...

LeGob it wouldn't matter if we were in the conference south we would still beat you!
LeGob it wouldn't matter if we were in the conference south we would still beat you! BigOx22
  • Score: 4

11:57am Wed 19 Sep 12

Underfaker says...

For gods sake Wilder show some real pride and walk away for all our sakes
For gods sake Wilder show some real pride and walk away for all our sakes Underfaker
  • Score: -1

12:06pm Wed 19 Sep 12

umpcah says...

“I am sure there’s a win around the corner" says Wilder. Oxford fans need to know which corner !
“I am sure there’s a win around the corner" says Wilder. Oxford fans need to know which corner ! umpcah
  • Score: 1

12:27pm Wed 19 Sep 12

DuberryandBeanofan says...

umpcah wrote:
“I am sure there’s a win around the corner" says Wilder. Oxford fans need to know which corner !
How can people comment if they weren't at the game??? Get up from your chair and get down to the Kassam. No trolls are needed. I don't get people who comment on a game and then say "I didn't go" It does my head in. You try to be a manager!!!
[quote][p][bold]umpcah[/bold] wrote: “I am sure there’s a win around the corner" says Wilder. Oxford fans need to know which corner ![/p][/quote]How can people comment if they weren't at the game??? Get up from your chair and get down to the Kassam. No trolls are needed. I don't get people who comment on a game and then say "I didn't go" It does my head in. You try to be a manager!!! DuberryandBeanofan
  • Score: 2

1:15pm Wed 19 Sep 12

northampton yellow says...

£22 pound last nite to watch more rubbish even when we were on top for a little bit you could see we wasnt going to score we got no strikers at this club they couldnt hit a barn door as for wilder saying it was a better proformance and that suited him WILDER WE LOST AGAIN AND NOW SIT IN 16TH lose sat and we are right in the s..t come on LENEGAN GET RID DONT YOU CARE EITHER.
£22 pound last nite to watch more rubbish even when we were on top for a little bit you could see we wasnt going to score we got no strikers at this club they couldnt hit a barn door as for wilder saying it was a better proformance and that suited him WILDER WE LOST AGAIN AND NOW SIT IN 16TH lose sat and we are right in the s..t come on LENEGAN GET RID DONT YOU CARE EITHER. northampton yellow
  • Score: -1

1:42pm Wed 19 Sep 12

onthebench says...

Just a thought for everyone calling for Wilders head. (and I know football is not the same as an "ordinary" job before anyone brings that up). If you are lucky enough to have a job, but your machinery or computer (aka players!) aren't performing as well as you know they could. Plus maybe some of your machinery wasn't working at all (aka Duberry, Davis, Whing), some only at lower efficiency than usual (Levin, Cox) would you feel that it is fair that your fellow workers (supporters) gather around your desk singing "sack him/her - they haven't got a clue"? The people asking for someone with a family to be sacked should take a good hard look at themselves in the mirror and ask what made them so cruel and uncaring. We are in Division 2, not the Conference - thank you Mr Wilder, and whatever anyone may think, we have not gone out and splashed big cash on players (aka Rotherham, Fleetwood). Frankly, nor do I want us to. We must operate within our means and not end up as another Plymouth or Glasgow Rangers. A reality check is required by many of our supporters. My reaction to the poor run we are on, I'll shout louder in support to help turn it around!!
Just a thought for everyone calling for Wilders head. (and I know football is not the same as an "ordinary" job before anyone brings that up). If you are lucky enough to have a job, but your machinery or computer (aka players!) aren't performing as well as you know they could. Plus maybe some of your machinery wasn't working at all (aka Duberry, Davis, Whing), some only at lower efficiency than usual (Levin, Cox) would you feel that it is fair that your fellow workers (supporters) gather around your desk singing "sack him/her - they haven't got a clue"? The people asking for someone with a family to be sacked should take a good hard look at themselves in the mirror and ask what made them so cruel and uncaring. We are in Division 2, not the Conference - thank you Mr Wilder, and whatever anyone may think, we have not gone out and splashed big cash on players (aka Rotherham, Fleetwood). Frankly, nor do I want us to. We must operate within our means and not end up as another Plymouth or Glasgow Rangers. A reality check is required by many of our supporters. My reaction to the poor run we are on, I'll shout louder in support to help turn it around!! onthebench
  • Score: 4

2:28pm Wed 19 Sep 12

Beau champ mummy says...

Lenagan do the decent thing and get out of ur club out out out
Lenagan do the decent thing and get out of ur club out out out Beau champ mummy
  • Score: -4

3:56pm Wed 19 Sep 12

adlibber says...

onthebench wrote:
Just a thought for everyone calling for Wilders head. (and I know football is not the same as an "ordinary" job before anyone brings that up). If you are lucky enough to have a job, but your machinery or computer (aka players!) aren't performing as well as you know they could. Plus maybe some of your machinery wasn't working at all (aka Duberry, Davis, Whing), some only at lower efficiency than usual (Levin, Cox) would you feel that it is fair that your fellow workers (supporters) gather around your desk singing "sack him/her - they haven't got a clue"? The people asking for someone with a family to be sacked should take a good hard look at themselves in the mirror and ask what made them so cruel and uncaring. We are in Division 2, not the Conference - thank you Mr Wilder, and whatever anyone may think, we have not gone out and splashed big cash on players (aka Rotherham, Fleetwood). Frankly, nor do I want us to. We must operate within our means and not end up as another Plymouth or Glasgow Rangers. A reality check is required by many of our supporters. My reaction to the poor run we are on, I'll shout louder in support to help turn it around!!
You mean like those giants Stevenage,Dagenham&R
edbridge etc who have exceeded themselves on far less resources? Wilder has had four years decent resources and a very loyal fan base. It's not a question of a family man getting sacked because it's not just any old job. If a Chairman of a commercial company performed so badly that customers left and the business fell into debt the chairman would be gone. Wilder is in a competitive business based on results and no club would keep someone in charge on loyalty alone, particularly when the team is failing.

That's the reality check - you can't expect fans to just pay up and shut up when the manager has run out of ideas and the players are not performing. A change is needed now. Another mediocre season will drive fans away. Lenagan has to act like a Chairman now and address this dire situation. If we head back to the Conference I think the club will disappear.
[quote][p][bold]onthebench[/bold] wrote: Just a thought for everyone calling for Wilders head. (and I know football is not the same as an "ordinary" job before anyone brings that up). If you are lucky enough to have a job, but your machinery or computer (aka players!) aren't performing as well as you know they could. Plus maybe some of your machinery wasn't working at all (aka Duberry, Davis, Whing), some only at lower efficiency than usual (Levin, Cox) would you feel that it is fair that your fellow workers (supporters) gather around your desk singing "sack him/her - they haven't got a clue"? The people asking for someone with a family to be sacked should take a good hard look at themselves in the mirror and ask what made them so cruel and uncaring. We are in Division 2, not the Conference - thank you Mr Wilder, and whatever anyone may think, we have not gone out and splashed big cash on players (aka Rotherham, Fleetwood). Frankly, nor do I want us to. We must operate within our means and not end up as another Plymouth or Glasgow Rangers. A reality check is required by many of our supporters. My reaction to the poor run we are on, I'll shout louder in support to help turn it around!![/p][/quote]You mean like those giants Stevenage,Dagenham&R edbridge etc who have exceeded themselves on far less resources? Wilder has had four years decent resources and a very loyal fan base. It's not a question of a family man getting sacked because it's not just any old job. If a Chairman of a commercial company performed so badly that customers left and the business fell into debt the chairman would be gone. Wilder is in a competitive business based on results and no club would keep someone in charge on loyalty alone, particularly when the team is failing. That's the reality check - you can't expect fans to just pay up and shut up when the manager has run out of ideas and the players are not performing. A change is needed now. Another mediocre season will drive fans away. Lenagan has to act like a Chairman now and address this dire situation. If we head back to the Conference I think the club will disappear. adlibber
  • Score: 0

3:57pm Wed 19 Sep 12

Brenda Jackson says...

Yes Mr Wilder we can take great comfort
and feel proud that we were 'only' beaten by the odd goal, progress indeed!

'onthebench' You big old softie you, Football is SUPPOSED to be competitive
it's a RESULTS game -even Chris Wilder would agree with that, at the moment CW's team are neither COMPETITIVE nor getting results!! Shout as loud as you like saturday- as i and many thousands do, match after match- But the term is, 'Flogging a dead Orse!! There are the Stevenages of this World making mugs out of us -on half our attendances, according to the Chairman, our Budget is for a top three place at the end of the season, believe him or not? CW has 'lost the dressing room' he's now lost many of his supporters, and can't win a raffle. If we want to be successful, there's no time for losers.
Yes Mr Wilder we can take great comfort and feel proud that we were 'only' beaten by the odd goal, progress indeed! 'onthebench' You big old softie you, Football is SUPPOSED to be competitive it's a RESULTS game -even Chris Wilder would agree with that, at the moment CW's team are neither COMPETITIVE nor getting results!! Shout as loud as you like saturday- as i and many thousands do, match after match- But the term is, 'Flogging a dead Orse!! There are the Stevenages of this World making mugs out of us -on half our attendances, according to the Chairman, our Budget is for a top three place at the end of the season, believe him or not? CW has 'lost the dressing room' he's now lost many of his supporters, and can't win a raffle. If we want to be successful, there's no time for losers. Brenda Jackson
  • Score: 1

4:12pm Wed 19 Sep 12

Beau champ mummy says...

Get this parasite lenagan out
Get this parasite lenagan out Beau champ mummy
  • Score: -3

4:56pm Wed 19 Sep 12

Merekat1 says...

Wilder is in complete denial.

A man so out of his comfort zone that he'll do great harm to this great club if he is allowed to continue much longer.

We deserve better and I hope Mr Lenegan takes action before fans desert the club in droves and nobody wants to see that.
Wilder is in complete denial. A man so out of his comfort zone that he'll do great harm to this great club if he is allowed to continue much longer. We deserve better and I hope Mr Lenegan takes action before fans desert the club in droves and nobody wants to see that. Merekat1
  • Score: 0

5:36pm Wed 19 Sep 12

LeGod says...

Well i take all you Yelllows fans back to this time last year. We had just appointed Di Canio and you were overjoyed as you were near the top of L2 and i remember distinctly you lot daily invading our forum at STFC ridiculing Di Canio as our manager. Well what do you have to say now.
We knew Di Canio would succeed and now we see the Yellow bellies declining and the Reds improving game on game and YES were in a league above you as well whereas your slipping down the league at a rate of knots.
Looking at your next five games i can only see one potential win if so the decline will be spiralling out of control towards oblivion again.
You had your big night in the JPT against us Yes we made good money from it last season but im glad were out and now all i can see now at your club are edgy nervous players not relaxed on the pitch and your season falling apart.

Never mind you'll hold your own in the conference as you'll be a big fish in that league behind Luton.
Well i take all you Yelllows fans back to this time last year. We had just appointed Di Canio and you were overjoyed as you were near the top of L2 and i remember distinctly you lot daily invading our forum at STFC ridiculing Di Canio as our manager. Well what do you have to say now. We knew Di Canio would succeed and now we see the Yellow bellies declining and the Reds improving game on game and YES were in a league above you as well whereas your slipping down the league at a rate of knots. Looking at your next five games i can only see one potential win if so the decline will be spiralling out of control towards oblivion again. You had your big night in the JPT against us Yes we made good money from it last season but im glad were out and now all i can see now at your club are edgy nervous players not relaxed on the pitch and your season falling apart. Never mind you'll hold your own in the conference as you'll be a big fish in that league behind Luton. LeGod
  • Score: -4

6:03pm Wed 19 Sep 12

bigchet says...

as usual le god has crawled out from beneath his stone because stfc have had a result ,very noticable that he dissapeared when they were struggling.pdc has done ok for them so far but its obvious that he is on such an ego trip that its all about him and not the club, makes the chosen one one at real madrid seem almost modest.
as usual le god has crawled out from beneath his stone because stfc have had a result ,very noticable that he dissapeared when they were struggling.pdc has done ok for them so far but its obvious that he is on such an ego trip that its all about him and not the club, makes the chosen one one at real madrid seem almost modest. bigchet
  • Score: 3

6:39pm Wed 19 Sep 12

northampton yellow says...

just watching the england womens game god cant we have their strikers they are finding the back of the net LOL
just watching the england womens game god cant we have their strikers they are finding the back of the net LOL northampton yellow
  • Score: 0

6:40pm Wed 19 Sep 12

hawkeye1 says...

So we lost the last 7 games last season, we have now lost 4 out of 7 so far this season, 11 losses out of 14 games, not good, CW say's it is due to missing players due to injury, most of these missing players were in the last 7 games last season, so don't see much change if and when they do come back, it is going to be a long season for us fans,and I don't hold out much hope for the end.
So we lost the last 7 games last season, we have now lost 4 out of 7 so far this season, 11 losses out of 14 games, not good, CW say's it is due to missing players due to injury, most of these missing players were in the last 7 games last season, so don't see much change if and when they do come back, it is going to be a long season for us fans,and I don't hold out much hope for the end. hawkeye1
  • Score: 0

6:43pm Wed 19 Sep 12

AylesburyOx says...

LeGod wrote:
Well i take all you Yelllows fans back to this time last year. We had just appointed Di Canio and you were overjoyed as you were near the top of L2 and i remember distinctly you lot daily invading our forum at STFC ridiculing Di Canio as our manager. Well what do you have to say now.
We knew Di Canio would succeed and now we see the Yellow bellies declining and the Reds improving game on game and YES were in a league above you as well whereas your slipping down the league at a rate of knots.
Looking at your next five games i can only see one potential win if so the decline will be spiralling out of control towards oblivion again.
You had your big night in the JPT against us Yes we made good money from it last season but im glad were out and now all i can see now at your club are edgy nervous players not relaxed on the pitch and your season falling apart.

Never mind you'll hold your own in the conference as you'll be a big fish in that league behind Luton.
Say what you will; we could be bottom of the Boddingtons Sunday League division 12 getting 8 nil drummings every week by Railway Arms United and Kings Head FC. We could have only 8 player with a combined aged of 350 and only 13 legs between them. We could literally have a donkey in midfield and play on a football pitch that doubles up as a pig farm and have a fan base of 6.
We could have all those things, but I'd still leap out of bed every morning and punch the sky with pure unadulterated joy knowing I wasn't a Swindon Town fan.
[quote][p][bold]LeGod[/bold] wrote: Well i take all you Yelllows fans back to this time last year. We had just appointed Di Canio and you were overjoyed as you were near the top of L2 and i remember distinctly you lot daily invading our forum at STFC ridiculing Di Canio as our manager. Well what do you have to say now. We knew Di Canio would succeed and now we see the Yellow bellies declining and the Reds improving game on game and YES were in a league above you as well whereas your slipping down the league at a rate of knots. Looking at your next five games i can only see one potential win if so the decline will be spiralling out of control towards oblivion again. You had your big night in the JPT against us Yes we made good money from it last season but im glad were out and now all i can see now at your club are edgy nervous players not relaxed on the pitch and your season falling apart. Never mind you'll hold your own in the conference as you'll be a big fish in that league behind Luton.[/p][/quote]Say what you will; we could be bottom of the Boddingtons Sunday League division 12 getting 8 nil drummings every week by Railway Arms United and Kings Head FC. We could have only 8 player with a combined aged of 350 and only 13 legs between them. We could literally have a donkey in midfield and play on a football pitch that doubles up as a pig farm and have a fan base of 6. We could have all those things, but I'd still leap out of bed every morning and punch the sky with pure unadulterated joy knowing I wasn't a Swindon Town fan. AylesburyOx
  • Score: 8

9:04pm Wed 19 Sep 12

melatwyke says...

Oh dear!
Oh dear! melatwyke
  • Score: 0

10:47pm Wed 19 Sep 12

brocky152 says...

onthebench wrote:
Just a thought for everyone calling for Wilders head. (and I know football is not the same as an "ordinary" job before anyone brings that up). If you are lucky enough to have a job, but your machinery or computer (aka players!) aren't performing as well as you know they could. Plus maybe some of your machinery wasn't working at all (aka Duberry, Davis, Whing), some only at lower efficiency than usual (Levin, Cox) would you feel that it is fair that your fellow workers (supporters) gather around your desk singing "sack him/her - they haven't got a clue"? The people asking for someone with a family to be sacked should take a good hard look at themselves in the mirror and ask what made them so cruel and uncaring. We are in Division 2, not the Conference - thank you Mr Wilder, and whatever anyone may think, we have not gone out and splashed big cash on players (aka Rotherham, Fleetwood). Frankly, nor do I want us to. We must operate within our means and not end up as another Plymouth or Glasgow Rangers. A reality check is required by many of our supporters. My reaction to the poor run we are on, I'll shout louder in support to help turn it around!!
Here here othebench.
Are we 7 games in to the season or 27? Far too much panicing going on. Success comes with hard graft and Wilder grafts but sadly some of his squad don't!! 3 wins and 4 defeats isn't our worst start to a season and certainly not a sackable offence in my opinion!!!
Those supporters intending turning up on Saturday with such a negative attitude towards Wilder and the players would be better off staying away in the short term just until confidence returns and we are back to our winning ways.
[quote][p][bold]onthebench[/bold] wrote: Just a thought for everyone calling for Wilders head. (and I know football is not the same as an "ordinary" job before anyone brings that up). If you are lucky enough to have a job, but your machinery or computer (aka players!) aren't performing as well as you know they could. Plus maybe some of your machinery wasn't working at all (aka Duberry, Davis, Whing), some only at lower efficiency than usual (Levin, Cox) would you feel that it is fair that your fellow workers (supporters) gather around your desk singing "sack him/her - they haven't got a clue"? The people asking for someone with a family to be sacked should take a good hard look at themselves in the mirror and ask what made them so cruel and uncaring. We are in Division 2, not the Conference - thank you Mr Wilder, and whatever anyone may think, we have not gone out and splashed big cash on players (aka Rotherham, Fleetwood). Frankly, nor do I want us to. We must operate within our means and not end up as another Plymouth or Glasgow Rangers. A reality check is required by many of our supporters. My reaction to the poor run we are on, I'll shout louder in support to help turn it around!![/p][/quote]Here here othebench. Are we 7 games in to the season or 27? Far too much panicing going on. Success comes with hard graft and Wilder grafts but sadly some of his squad don't!! 3 wins and 4 defeats isn't our worst start to a season and certainly not a sackable offence in my opinion!!! Those supporters intending turning up on Saturday with such a negative attitude towards Wilder and the players would be better off staying away in the short term just until confidence returns and we are back to our winning ways. brocky152
  • Score: -2

6:06am Thu 20 Sep 12

adlibber says...

LeGod wrote:
Well i take all you Yelllows fans back to this time last year. We had just appointed Di Canio and you were overjoyed as you were near the top of L2 and i remember distinctly you lot daily invading our forum at STFC ridiculing Di Canio as our manager. Well what do you have to say now.
We knew Di Canio would succeed and now we see the Yellow bellies declining and the Reds improving game on game and YES were in a league above you as well whereas your slipping down the league at a rate of knots.
Looking at your next five games i can only see one potential win if so the decline will be spiralling out of control towards oblivion again.
You had your big night in the JPT against us Yes we made good money from it last season but im glad were out and now all i can see now at your club are edgy nervous players not relaxed on the pitch and your season falling apart.

Never mind you'll hold your own in the conference as you'll be a big fish in that league behind Luton.
Concentrate on your own club and in particular your hilariously fascist manager who I hear is considering a trip to Gretna Green to marry himself. I imagine you have that famous picture of PDC in his Lazio kit doing his nazi salute on your wall,probably stimulates you too. Your opinions are tedious,repetitive,i
ll informed and irrelevant. Your selective silence on 4 occasions (you know, when your successful team failed consistently to beat a team you spend months of your life ridiculing) simply proves how pathetically empty you are. And really chap the amount of time you spend on this forum should be a worry to your parents.

It's time you wandered off into the sunset and given the sun will never set over Swindon's dark cavernous uncultured cow pat you may have to move. Come to Oxford I'm sure your views will receive a warm welcome.
[quote][p][bold]LeGod[/bold] wrote: Well i take all you Yelllows fans back to this time last year. We had just appointed Di Canio and you were overjoyed as you were near the top of L2 and i remember distinctly you lot daily invading our forum at STFC ridiculing Di Canio as our manager. Well what do you have to say now. We knew Di Canio would succeed and now we see the Yellow bellies declining and the Reds improving game on game and YES were in a league above you as well whereas your slipping down the league at a rate of knots. Looking at your next five games i can only see one potential win if so the decline will be spiralling out of control towards oblivion again. You had your big night in the JPT against us Yes we made good money from it last season but im glad were out and now all i can see now at your club are edgy nervous players not relaxed on the pitch and your season falling apart. Never mind you'll hold your own in the conference as you'll be a big fish in that league behind Luton.[/p][/quote]Concentrate on your own club and in particular your hilariously fascist manager who I hear is considering a trip to Gretna Green to marry himself. I imagine you have that famous picture of PDC in his Lazio kit doing his nazi salute on your wall,probably stimulates you too. Your opinions are tedious,repetitive,i ll informed and irrelevant. Your selective silence on 4 occasions (you know, when your successful team failed consistently to beat a team you spend months of your life ridiculing) simply proves how pathetically empty you are. And really chap the amount of time you spend on this forum should be a worry to your parents. It's time you wandered off into the sunset and given the sun will never set over Swindon's dark cavernous uncultured cow pat you may have to move. Come to Oxford I'm sure your views will receive a warm welcome. adlibber
  • Score: 5

6:31am Thu 20 Sep 12

Megastar07 says...

In or out
Let's start a poll
In or out Let's start a poll Megastar07
  • Score: 1

6:58am Thu 20 Sep 12

brocky152 says...

Megastar07 wrote:
In or out Let's start a poll
In
[quote][p][bold]Megastar07[/bold] wrote: In or out Let's start a poll[/p][/quote]In brocky152
  • Score: 0

9:01am Thu 20 Sep 12

BigOx22 says...

Megastar07 wrote:
In or out
Let's start a poll
I will wait till after Saturday. I'm not throwing my season ticket away what ever happens.
[quote][p][bold]Megastar07[/bold] wrote: In or out Let's start a poll[/p][/quote]I will wait till after Saturday. I'm not throwing my season ticket away what ever happens. BigOx22
  • Score: 1

11:21am Thu 20 Sep 12

Carterton Mike says...

Very disappointed at Cheltenham, proving once again the Yellows can't SCORE. I have supported since 1954 and am sadder now than ever before!
When we beat Swindon on the 5th I turned to my friends and said " that will be the last time we win for a while "
Why can't this stupid hatred between OUFC & STFC stop. Let's concentrate on the league, and see all the other teams as the ones to beat !
HOWEVER I don't see this happening until the club has an attacking coach.
Give Wilder 2 more games to turn it round. If not then he must go.
Very disappointed at Cheltenham, proving once again the Yellows can't SCORE. I have supported since 1954 and am sadder now than ever before! When we beat Swindon on the 5th I turned to my friends and said " that will be the last time we win for a while " Why can't this stupid hatred between OUFC & STFC stop. Let's concentrate on the league, and see all the other teams as the ones to beat ! HOWEVER I don't see this happening until the club has an attacking coach. Give Wilder 2 more games to turn it round. If not then he must go. Carterton Mike
  • Score: -1

3:07pm Thu 20 Sep 12

darkskies says...

Carterton Mike wrote:
Very disappointed at Cheltenham, proving once again the Yellows can't SCORE. I have supported since 1954 and am sadder now than ever before!
When we beat Swindon on the 5th I turned to my friends and said " that will be the last time we win for a while "
Why can't this stupid hatred between OUFC & STFC stop. Let's concentrate on the league, and see all the other teams as the ones to beat !
HOWEVER I don't see this happening until the club has an attacking coach.
Give Wilder 2 more games to turn it round. If not then he must go.
Here here I totally agree with everything you said CM. my dad brother and brother-in-law are all Swindon supporters but I am OUFC through and through. The wons against Swindon were great but ots league points and league wins we need
COYY
[quote][p][bold]Carterton Mike[/bold] wrote: Very disappointed at Cheltenham, proving once again the Yellows can't SCORE. I have supported since 1954 and am sadder now than ever before! When we beat Swindon on the 5th I turned to my friends and said " that will be the last time we win for a while " Why can't this stupid hatred between OUFC & STFC stop. Let's concentrate on the league, and see all the other teams as the ones to beat ! HOWEVER I don't see this happening until the club has an attacking coach. Give Wilder 2 more games to turn it round. If not then he must go.[/p][/quote]Here here I totally agree with everything you said CM. my dad brother and brother-in-law are all Swindon supporters but I am OUFC through and through. The wons against Swindon were great but ots league points and league wins we need COYY darkskies
  • Score: 1

4:34pm Thu 20 Sep 12

BigOx22 says...

Carterton Mike wrote:
Very disappointed at Cheltenham, proving once again the Yellows can't SCORE. I have supported since 1954 and am sadder now than ever before!
When we beat Swindon on the 5th I turned to my friends and said " that will be the last time we win for a while "
Why can't this stupid hatred between OUFC & STFC stop. Let's concentrate on the league, and see all the other teams as the ones to beat !
HOWEVER I don't see this happening until the club has an attacking coach.
Give Wilder 2 more games to turn it round. If not then he must go.
Yes we need an attacking coach! I don't understand why the players can't play like we did against Swinedon every game. Something must have been said before the game to get them to play like that. I would have settled defeat against the scum for us to have won the last 3 games in the league. It was a tinpot trophy that we don't really want and to be honest we ain't going to win.
[quote][p][bold]Carterton Mike[/bold] wrote: Very disappointed at Cheltenham, proving once again the Yellows can't SCORE. I have supported since 1954 and am sadder now than ever before! When we beat Swindon on the 5th I turned to my friends and said " that will be the last time we win for a while " Why can't this stupid hatred between OUFC & STFC stop. Let's concentrate on the league, and see all the other teams as the ones to beat ! HOWEVER I don't see this happening until the club has an attacking coach. Give Wilder 2 more games to turn it round. If not then he must go.[/p][/quote]Yes we need an attacking coach! I don't understand why the players can't play like we did against Swinedon every game. Something must have been said before the game to get them to play like that. I would have settled defeat against the scum for us to have won the last 3 games in the league. It was a tinpot trophy that we don't really want and to be honest we ain't going to win. BigOx22
  • Score: 2

5:25pm Sat 29 Sep 12

Flipmode says...

RAAAAARRRR
RAAAAARRRR Flipmode
  • Score: 0

8:51am Mon 1 Oct 12

badger86 says...

Coventry job has gone to Mark Robins. Time to concentrate back on the Us wilder. If you get us promoted you'll be linked with these jobs once more. We now demand promotions and if you don't get us in the play offs this year your stock will fall even further
Coventry job has gone to Mark Robins. Time to concentrate back on the Us wilder. If you get us promoted you'll be linked with these jobs once more. We now demand promotions and if you don't get us in the play offs this year your stock will fall even further badger86
  • Score: 0

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