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Oxford United Salaries 2020 (Weekly Wages 2020)

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Oxford United Salaries 2020

Want to know what the Oxford United Salaries 2020 are? Who are Oxford United Salaries 2020 highest earners? How much do Oxford United players earn with Oxford United Salaries 2020? Have you ever wondered about which players at Oxford United earn the most at Oxford United Salaries 2020? Well if you have, then worry not, because we have prepared a full list for Oxford United Salaries 2020.

Oxford United FC is a team that has never grown into it’s capability.

This club named Oxford United Football Club currently plays in the League One – the third division of English football.

Their fan have never seen them compete at the top level i.e Premier League. The club was founded in the year 1893 but they took a lot of years to break into the Football League caliber.

They are also known as The Oxford or simply just Yellows.

Since formation of the Oxford have played in few various stadiums. Since 1925 they have found and moved into a new home stadium that they have been using till date, Kassam. The stadium holds a capacity of over 12,000 seats.

Oxford United Salaries 2020

The club’s home colours are yellow for shirts with strip and navy shorts and stockings.

The Oxford have won the League Cup in the mid 80’s. They are the first team to have won major trophy and also be relegated from the Football League

Oxford United FC fans and rivalries

The Oxford are widely supported around Oxfordshire areas in South east of England.

Oxford fans consider their fierce rivals to be Swindon Town. They also share a fierce rivalry with Reading.

Oxford United Salaries 2020 (Player Contracts)

Oxford United Salaries 2020? League One wages for Oxford United Salaries 2020? How much do League One footballers earn at Oxford United Salaries 2020? Who is earning the most at Oxford United for Oxford United Salaries 2020? Who are the highest-earning players at Oxford United for Oxford United Salaries 2020?

Oxford United Salaries 2020

The Yellows do not reveal their wages information but judging by transfer market value as highlighted in table below- it is likely that players such as Tony McMahon and Luke Garbutt are earning the most at Oxford United.

Oxford United players earn an average £2,588 per-week according to Footy.com.

Oxford United Salaries 2020 (Weekly Wage)

The Yellows, like most other football clubs, do not release their wage bill. However many journalists often break wage bill information from Premier League teams which are often accurate. But for Championship and League One teams, very little is known about players wage bills. But here we take a look at the likely Oxford United Salaries 2020.

What we can tell you is that the average player wages in the League One are around £2,000 per-week. However, according to reports, the average weekly wage of a Oxford United player is around £2,588 per-week. So here are the Oxford United Salaries 2020 and contract details 2020.

Oxford United Salaries 2020

# Player Pos Age Contract until Market value
1 Simon Eastwood GK 30 30/06/21 200 Th. €
13 Jack Stevens GK 21 30/06/20 50 Th. €
5 Elliott Moore CB 22 30/06/22 900 Th. €
15 John Mousinho CB 33 30/06/20 250 Th. €
22 Charlie Raglan CB 25 30/06/19 100 Th. €
35 Sam Allardyce CB 19 30/06/20
4 Robert Dickie CB 22 30/06/21
3 Josh Ruffels LB 25 30/06/20 200 Th. €
33 Kevin Berkoe RB 18 30/06/20 500 Th. €
12 Sam Long RB 23 30/06/19 50 Th. €
20 Jamie Hanson DM 23 30/06/22 200 Th. €
16 Shandon Baptiste DM 21 30/06/23
18 Mark Sykes CM 22 30/06/21 350 Th. €
2 Chris Cadden RM 23 31/12/19 700 Th. €
8 Cameron Brannagan AM 23 30/06/21 250 Th. €
14 Anthony Forde LM 25 30/06/21 350 Th. €
19 Jamie Mackie RW 32 30/06/20 1,00 Mill. €
21 Malachi Napa AM 20 30/06/21
17 James Henry RW 30 500 Th. €
7 Rob Hall RW 25 30/06/20 400 Th. €
10 Ben Woodburn LM 19 30/06/20 5.00 Mill. €
Matty Taylor CF 27 30/06/20 750 Th. €
23 Dan Agyei CF 22 30/06/22 100 Th. €

Oxford United news and latest news about Oxford!

Oxford United FC titles

The Oxford aren’t considered as richly historical clubs when trophy talks are put forth,

Domestically, Oxford United has won:

Second Division / League One titles: 1

Third Division / Football League One titles: 3

League Cup: 1

In international club football, Oxford has won:

Oxford was unable to enter the 1987 UEFA Cup due to UEFA ban on English clubs in European competitions due to off-field footballing disasters.

Followed up with relegation from the top flight in 1988 began an 18-year decline which saw the club relegated to the Conference in 2006.

Oxford United transfer news

Oxford United players transfer news is very active for a League One side.

The Oxford have signed 15 players and have loaned in 6 players in the recent transfer windows.

They have sold or released 13 players in the process.

The club has to improve a lot to have some control over their transfer business game to go further in the English league.

Oxford United transfer rumours.

There is always news and rumours when it comes to Oxford. Their record signing fee was literally as little as 0.4 million euros for Dean Windass.

The highest fee that Oxford United received by selling a player was around 3 million for Kemar Roofe.

There are usually several pages with  Oxford United transfer rumours on the internet and in the newspapers and there is nothing to write about if the newspapers usually find news. If it’s not credible news, it’s usually rumoured that they’ve taken from the air and the Internet.

Oxford United stream

There are many fans who want to see their club get on a good track and compete on a top-level.

Oxford United live stream online free is something that is interesting to many. There are many sites to stream Oxford United.

Oxford United game schedule

Fixtures Oxford United? There are 46 game weeks from August to May in League One. Then they also play the FA Cup and the Carabao Cup which makes it easy to get around 50 or 60 matches in a season.

Therefore, Oxford United fixtures are packed and it is often possible to play two or three matches within a week.

The competition season offers very many matches and then you can also add training cups and various preseason competitions. When it comes to  Oxford fixtures and schedules, it’s possible to see when the team is playing their next match in League One’s game schedule.

Oxford United match today?

It’s easy to find when the Oxford is playing their next match. They mostly play league games on Saturdays.

To be absolutely sure we have collected all the matches in one and the same place.

Oxford United Champions League and Europe League

As mentioned above – Oxford was unable to enter the 1987 UEFA Cup due to the UEFA ban on English clubs in European competitions due to the Hillsborough incident ban.

Oxford United next game

What match is the next in League One game program? There are many fans who want to see the team play because of many reasons. They have many young stars in the squad capable of playing an attractive style of football.

But next match in the league match at Oxford fixtures, they aren’t favourites to win certainly though.

Oxford United news

The news around this English club is pretty active.

Today, they may not be challenging some of the world’s biggest football clubs, but the news about The Oxford Club is getting big and better for a good cause.

If we look at Oxford’ payroll, they will undoubtedly pay some of the lowest in Europe. However, players earn bonuses so players reach high sums quickly. This is to get around the FIFA Financial Fair Play rules.

Oxford United latest news

Oxford United news is often about game purchases, but it is also very interesting about other parts.

It is especially useful for Oxford United ticketsshirts, and match kits.

There are also many who are looking for a logo or wallpaper to have on their mobile or tablets. Click to go to Oxford United’s official shop , Twitter account and webpage .

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