United go all yellow

United go all yellow

United go all yellow

First published in Oxford Utd

Oxford United have unveiled their new kits for this season.

The all-yellow home strip marks a change from last season, when it included navy blue shorts and socks.

It will be officially unveiled this morning, along with the new away kit, at the club’s open day at the Kassam Stadium.

Members of United’s first-team squad are pictured modelling the strip at the ground

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9:21am Sat 14 Jul 12

BigAlBiker says...

Well I for one will be keeping last years shirt and saving my cash.

I like the all yellow but supporters oly wear the shirt which is not THAT much difference
Well I for one will be keeping last years shirt and saving my cash. I like the all yellow but supporters oly wear the shirt which is not THAT much difference BigAlBiker
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9:34am Sat 14 Jul 12

oxfordus says...

I think the all yellow theme lacks imagination although i like the collar.
The away strip style is not new and is commonly worn by lots of other clubs (in different colours obviously), e.g. Dundee Utd, York, Southend, Ross County. However I like it enough to buy it :)
I think the all yellow theme lacks imagination although i like the collar. The away strip style is not new and is commonly worn by lots of other clubs (in different colours obviously), e.g. Dundee Utd, York, Southend, Ross County. However I like it enough to buy it :) oxfordus
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9:39am Sat 14 Jul 12

Chish and Fips says...

'Dog sick' yellow - yeuk !!
'Dog sick' yellow - yeuk !! Chish and Fips
  • Score: 3

3:55pm Sat 14 Jul 12

Megastar07 says...

Like your scumdon away kit
Like your scumdon away kit Megastar07
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4:38pm Sat 14 Jul 12

wheatley_jake says...

I personally like the kit, but it has probably cost the club a lot of money in shirt sales as they had no childs/youth sizes in the home shirt available to buy on the day, its good that they bought the release of the away kit forward (which is a vast improvement on last years) so they managed to get some money of youngsters shirt sales
I personally like the kit, but it has probably cost the club a lot of money in shirt sales as they had no childs/youth sizes in the home shirt available to buy on the day, its good that they bought the release of the away kit forward (which is a vast improvement on last years) so they managed to get some money of youngsters shirt sales wheatley_jake
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6:32pm Sat 14 Jul 12

Chish and Fips says...

Megastar07 wrote:
Like your scumdon away kit
Blue (mainly) and yellow, and yes its again that revolting 'dog sick' yellow. !!!
[quote][p][bold]Megastar07[/bold] wrote: Like your scumdon away kit[/p][/quote]Blue (mainly) and yellow, and yes its again that revolting 'dog sick' yellow. !!! Chish and Fips
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7:55pm Sat 14 Jul 12

06RUSS says...

Chish and Fips wrote:
Megastar07 wrote:
Like your scumdon away kit
Blue (mainly) and yellow, and yes its again that revolting 'dog sick' yellow. !!!
Grow up
[quote][p][bold]Chish and Fips[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Megastar07[/bold] wrote: Like your scumdon away kit[/p][/quote]Blue (mainly) and yellow, and yes its again that revolting 'dog sick' yellow. !!![/p][/quote]Grow up 06RUSS
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9:58pm Sat 14 Jul 12

Chish and Fips says...

Yes Mega07 grow up as the lady says.
Yes Mega07 grow up as the lady says. Chish and Fips
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10:49am Sun 15 Jul 12

bigchet says...

if mikek feels that the county ground is a proper ground then he really should get out more ,must admit to grudging admiration at the way that the tractor seats at the away end are replaced on the tractors for monday morning.
if mikek feels that the county ground is a proper ground then he really should get out more ,must admit to grudging admiration at the way that the tractor seats at the away end are replaced on the tractors for monday morning. bigchet
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11:23am Sun 15 Jul 12

Ginger-nutz says...

bigchet wrote:
if mikek feels that the county ground is a proper ground then he really should get out more ,must admit to grudging admiration at the way that the tractor seats at the away end are replaced on the tractors for monday morning.
Lol :)......
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You should be on stage bigchet.
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Now that you are sharing your skittle alley with the rugby boys, it should assist you in bringing all your opponents down to your standard of hoofball :)
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And perhaps you could generate some more revenue but hosting a few 'Aunt Sally' meets during the week :)
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Good luck next season.....Cos I think you're going to need it :)
[quote][p][bold]bigchet[/bold] wrote: if mikek feels that the county ground is a proper ground then he really should get out more ,must admit to grudging admiration at the way that the tractor seats at the away end are replaced on the tractors for monday morning.[/p][/quote]Lol :)...... . You should be on stage bigchet. . Now that you are sharing your skittle alley with the rugby boys, it should assist you in bringing all your opponents down to your standard of hoofball :) . And perhaps you could generate some more revenue but hosting a few 'Aunt Sally' meets during the week :) . Good luck next season.....Cos I think you're going to need it :) Ginger-nutz
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11:24am Sun 15 Jul 12

ox born says...

first time on this site but it really is come on you yellows now. got a very good feeling about this season and looking forward to seeing oxford promoted as champions at the end of it.
first time on this site but it really is come on you yellows now. got a very good feeling about this season and looking forward to seeing oxford promoted as champions at the end of it. ox born
  • Score: 4

12:05pm Sun 15 Jul 12

Chish and Fips says...

bigchet wrote:
if mikek feels that the county ground is a proper ground then he really should get out more ,must admit to grudging admiration at the way that the tractor seats at the away end are replaced on the tractors for monday morning.
A proper ground would be able to cope with a large contingent of away supporters ... ahem ... not the 3 sided land locked excuse you have.
[quote][p][bold]bigchet[/bold] wrote: if mikek feels that the county ground is a proper ground then he really should get out more ,must admit to grudging admiration at the way that the tractor seats at the away end are replaced on the tractors for monday morning.[/p][/quote]A proper ground would be able to cope with a large contingent of away supporters ... ahem ... not the 3 sided land locked excuse you have. Chish and Fips
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3:34pm Sun 15 Jul 12

bigchet says...

well chish we really did try our best to please you when you visited the kassam, even scoring the goals at your end so that you did not miss any of the excitement ,so dont be so ungrateful.
well chish we really did try our best to please you when you visited the kassam, even scoring the goals at your end so that you did not miss any of the excitement ,so dont be so ungrateful. bigchet
  • Score: 1

3:50pm Sun 15 Jul 12

Chish and Fips says...

bigchet wrote:
well chish we really did try our best to please you when you visited the kassam, even scoring the goals at your end so that you did not miss any of the excitement ,so dont be so ungrateful.
Couldn't get a ticket Bigchet , so yet again your words of wisdom crash and burn in a smouldering heap, there were a few thousand others of us suffered from the woes of a poorly organised/designed excuse for a football ground and couldn't come along to support your flying high neighbours.
We may have an old ground that needs updating but we can cope with a large away contingent of supporters and a road system that copes. I personally would put up with that, and have the ground sorted when we know we can fill the stands week after week.
Nothing worse than having some huge soulless new ground languishing in L2 or worse .....
[quote][p][bold]bigchet[/bold] wrote: well chish we really did try our best to please you when you visited the kassam, even scoring the goals at your end so that you did not miss any of the excitement ,so dont be so ungrateful.[/p][/quote]Couldn't get a ticket Bigchet , so yet again your words of wisdom crash and burn in a smouldering heap, there were a few thousand others of us suffered from the woes of a poorly organised/designed excuse for a football ground and couldn't come along to support your flying high neighbours. We may have an old ground that needs updating but we can cope with a large away contingent of supporters and a road system that copes. I personally would put up with that, and have the ground sorted when we know we can fill the stands week after week. Nothing worse than having some huge soulless new ground languishing in L2 or worse ..... Chish and Fips
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6:10pm Sun 15 Jul 12

mikek says...

bigchet wrote:
if mikek feels that the county ground is a proper ground then he really should get out more ,must admit to grudging admiration at the way that the tractor seats at the away end are replaced on the tractors for monday morning.
The County Ground is going under development and will get even better very soon. At least we don't have a leach bleeding us dry ha ha keep paying the bills.
[quote][p][bold]bigchet[/bold] wrote: if mikek feels that the county ground is a proper ground then he really should get out more ,must admit to grudging admiration at the way that the tractor seats at the away end are replaced on the tractors for monday morning.[/p][/quote]The County Ground is going under development and will get even better very soon. At least we don't have a leach bleeding us dry ha ha keep paying the bills. mikek
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8:39pm Sun 15 Jul 12

bigchet says...

point taken chish ,but surprised someone so committed didnt ensure getting a ticket, as ive said before never been a problem coping with stfc travelling support on previous occassions. as far as your ground developing goes good luck to you but dont count your chickens before they hatch as lots can go wrong between planning and completion as we were not the first to find out.
point taken chish ,but surprised someone so committed didnt ensure getting a ticket, as ive said before never been a problem coping with stfc travelling support on previous occassions. as far as your ground developing goes good luck to you but dont count your chickens before they hatch as lots can go wrong between planning and completion as we were not the first to find out. bigchet
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12:03am Mon 16 Jul 12

BenkiuGuasu says...

Hate the all yellow theme...hated it last year when we wore all yellow in away games....it's horrible.... cant spot the difference with the shirt.... same ugly red bit in the middle...
Hate the all yellow theme...hated it last year when we wore all yellow in away games....it's horrible.... cant spot the difference with the shirt.... same ugly red bit in the middle... BenkiuGuasu
  • Score: 0

2:51pm Mon 16 Jul 12

karatavuk says...

It would be OK with blue shorts.
It would be OK with blue shorts. karatavuk
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