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Oxford United named Michael Appleton as their new manager back in July 2014. The former Portsmouth, Blackpool and Blackburn boss replaced Gary Waddock at the helm, and went on to lead the club up to League One after finishing 2nd in 2015/16.
A team draped in history, Oxford United have tasted literally all parts of English football having taken part in the top division as well as the non league scene and they will certainly be looking to venture back to the glory days of the 1980s.
Between 1984 and 1986, Oxford gained back-to-back promotions to the First Division and in 1986 managed to win the Milk Cup that would have seen them entered into Europe. However, they were unable to take their place in the UEFA Cup as English teams had been banned following the Heysel disaster.
Relegated from the top flight in 1988 they plummeted dramatically through the leagues and eventually suffered relegation to the Conference in 2006 and it would be a dire time for the U's.
It would be four years until they made it back into the Football League as a 3-1 win over York City in the 2010 Conference Play-Off final saw them promoted to League Two, which has been followed by promotion to League One under Appleton in 2016.
Oxford United have reaped 5 wins in the last 10 games, beating Scunthorpe United, Peterborough United, Luton Town, Chesterfield and Charlton Athletic. 1 draws against Northampton Town and defeats to Bolton Wanderers, Oldham Athletic, Sheffield United and Bristol Rovers has seen them score 17 at an average of 1.7 goals per game while shipping 15.
|01 Apr||Oxford United||14:00||Bury|
|08 Apr||Walsall||14:00||Oxford United|
|15 Apr||Bradford City||14:00||Oxford United|
|17 Apr||Oxford United||14:00||Port Vale|
|22 Apr||Millwall||14:00||Oxford United|
|30 Apr||Oxford United||14:00||Shrewsbury Town|
|01 Apr||vs Bury||14:00|
|08 Apr||@ Walsall||14:00|
|15 Apr||@ Bradford City||14:00|
|17 Apr||vs Port Vale||14:00|
|22 Apr||@ Millwall||14:00|
|30 Apr||vs Shrewsbury Town||14:00|