5 of the Best Oxford Comebacks

We take a look back at five of the most spectacular comebacks available on the internet.

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The Curse of the Kassam?

A pair of articles examining Oxford's poor home form and speculating on the reasons why. In the first we lay the blame on the counter-attacking system. In the second, we examine the role of the home fans.

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The Future's Bright

Oxford's under-18s outclass their Swindon counterparts, leaving your writer purring over their future prospects in the first team.

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The Importance of Width in League Two

Why Sean Rigg and Alfie Potter's form will be essential to our hopes of League Two promotion this season.

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We'll Win Nothing With Kids?

We look at whether the young development squad players are ready to step up to first team action.

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Sunday, 2 December 2012

Accrington Stanley 3-3 Oxford United: The Match in Tweets

Oxford managed to get their name into the hat for the third round draw of the FA Cup in dramatic circumstances with a 3-3 draw at Accrington Stanley. The two sides were level at 1-1 after 80 minutes, but a frantic final stage saw them share four goals and a 94th-minute equaliser for United from this season's scapegoat of choice, Michael Raynes. But it came at the cost of both JP Pittman and Andy Whing, both of whom had to be stretchered off having only recently recovered from long injury layoffs. And the remarkable events of the day were overshadowed by the death of Mitchell Cole at the tragically young age of 27. RIP Mitchell.