Next Match at Home-25th April 2004 vs Cambridge United kick off 3.00pm
Next Match Away-Saturday 17th April 2004 vs Darlington - Kick off 3.00pm
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Sunday 11th April 2004
Oxford now go to Torquay on Needing nothing less than 3 points after dropping into 7th spot again yesterday, but we are now only 3 points from dropping out of the play offs after Northampton won again, so this game could decide our fate, Hopefully we will go on the all out attack, but still play with 5 at the back, Then again we most probably won't, so if you are going take something inflatable to punch when the going isn't good, it might get a lot of use tomorrow.

Lets hope that Lee Steele gets more of a chance on Monday than he got on Friday, there seemed to be  little altercation as he left the field with Graham Rix, but hopefully that was in the heat of the moment, I would start with Mark Rawle and Lee Steele at Plainmoor, Steve Basham has not proved anything really lately apart from a tap in at the Cobblers.
 

Myself and Tony Adams

Tim Flowers and Micky Adams arrive in the stand



Saturday 10th April 2004
Oxford again failed to find the net at home, this time against Boston United, infact they failed to even get a shot on target in the 2nd half of the match, the U's fans left very disappointed and booed the players off the field, Bury done us a favour by beating Torquay, now we go to plainmoor to try and get the points to revive our season, failure to win at Torquay could result in our season being well and truly over.


Thursday 8th April 2004

Oxford having been defeated at Mansfield on Wednesday night 3-1 were yesterday shown a lesson in football during their reserve match when Bristol City beat a young reserve side 8-1 at Ashton Gate, But Wednesday's result at Field Mill didn't quite reflect the way the U's played on the night, During the first half the U's were on top for most of the time, but just failed to capitalise where Mansfield didn't fail, though at least 2 of their goals were gifted, the U's were applauded off the field when they were 3-1 down at the break which showed just how they had been playing.

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Monday 5th April 2004

The U's go to Field Mill AGAIN!! tomorrow night for what will again be a real 6 pointer, With the U's dropping points again on Saturday at Northampton the U's cannot afford to lose this game or their season could be well and truly over, as every game goes by the chances of gaining the Automatic spot vanishes, but at the moment we are watching over our shoulders wondering how long before the playoff spot goes.

Bash on the deck heads the ball home

Basham turns to celebrate with team mates.

Harper is desolate as we celebrate.

Pitts header is blocked, should have been a penalty

Packed area 1st half

Walker goes close, but not close enough.

Wanless goes for the diving header, but was ruled off side.