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Karl Robinson wants more aggression from Oxford next season

Oxford boss Karl Robinson said the 1-1 draw with Doncaster at the Kassam Stadium helped cement his idea that he needs more aggression in the team next season. Billy Bodin opened the scoring for Oxford after 23 minutes but Josh Martin equalised midway through the second half for Rovers, whose relegation was confirmed.
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Karl Robinson dedicates Oxford win over Cambridge to Joey Beauchamp

Oxford manager Karl Robinson admitted his team’s exciting 4-2 comeback win over Cambridge was a fitting send-off for the late Joey Beauchamp. Regarded by many as Oxford’s greatest player, Beauchamp died last week, aged 50, and the fans sang his name throughout the match. Robinson said: “It’s been...
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Karl Robinson revels in Oxford’s hard-fought win on an emotional evening

Karl Robinson revealed he and his Oxford players celebrated their hard-fought 1-0 success at bottom-of-the-table Crewe “more than any win” this term. The U’s failed to capitalise on their first-half dominance at the Mornflake Stadium, with some poor finishing marring their efforts until a scrappy finish by substitute Ciaron Brown in the 64th minute secured three points.
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