Oxford United news
Oxford will open up their 2013/14 League Two campaign on the road when they visit 2008 FA Cup winners Portsmouth on August 3.
Charlton will host Oxford in Round 1 of the Capital One Cup.
Oxford have signed former Reading midfielder Josh Shama on a one-year deal which includes a further 12-month option.
Oxford have signed midfielder Danny Rose following his departure from Fleetwood.
Oxford have handed three young players their first professional contracts.
Oxford midfielder Andy Whing has signed a new contract that could keep him at the Kassam until 2016.
Oxford youngsters Tyrone Marsh and Max Crocombe have signed new long-term deals with the U's, committing their future to the club for up to four years.
Left-back Luke O'Brien has turned down the chance to stay at Oxford and signed a contract with Gateshead.
Oxford midfielder Adam Chapman has joined Newport for an undisclosed fee.
Oxford have made Jonathan Meades their first signing of the summer, while Scott Davies and Deane Smalley have signed new deals at the League Two club.
Simon Heslop has moved to npower League One side Stevenage following his departure from Oxford.
Oxford manager Chris Wilder has urged his side's supporters to be patient for new signings following a slow start to the summer.
Oxford have released 12 members of their first-team squad including joint top goalscorer Tom Craddock and veteran defender Michael Duberry.
Oxford manager Chris Wilder wants his players to build on a solid end to this season and embark on play-off quest next term.
Oxford finished the season off in style with a third successive victory as they ran out 3-0 winners at 10-man Accrington.
Oxford's Tyrone Marsh will be involved at Accrington in the U's final match of the season.
Oxford boss Chris Wilder has signed a new 12-month deal, the club have announced.
Oxford boss Chris Wilder said his team's final flourish at home in the 3-0 win over Rochdale should not mask what has been a disappointing season.
Three fine second-half strikes enabled Oxford to end a disappointing home campaign on a high as they ran out 3-0 winners over Rochdale.
Oxford look set to be boosted by the return of James Constable and Jon-Paul Pittman to the matchday squad against Rochdale.
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