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 Post subject: Re: Xemi: Oxford United ex Midfielder (how about?)
PostPosted: Sun Feb 04, 2018 4:58 pm 
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Thomas Edwards wrote:
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Don't know why Oxford let him walk, unless he doesn't get on well in the changing room


Or he's not very good



Had to walk cos he couldn't run? :think:


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 Post subject: Re: Xemi: Oxford United ex Midfielder (how about?)
PostPosted: Fri Feb 16, 2018 2:27 pm 

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Argy1e wrote:
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If it happens then it would be identical to Ryan Taylor arrival last January.

Not quite. They actually wanted to keep Taylor.


So why did Oxford terminate Taylor’s contract by mutual consent?

He wasn't a regular starter and wanted to play more, but he did play and score a couple of games before his exit. Oxford would have been happy to keep him on, but he was already in talks with us before the 'mutual termination' took place.



Taylor was a regular starter for Oxford, he made 31 appearances that season before signing for us in January!


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PostPosted: Sat Feb 17, 2018 8:14 am 

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Knibbsworth wrote:
Argy1e wrote:
HC Green wrote:
Argy1e wrote:
HC Green wrote:
If it happens then it would be identical to Ryan Taylor arrival last January.

Not quite. They actually wanted to keep Taylor.


So why did Oxford terminate Taylor’s contract by mutual consent?

He wasn't a regular starter and wanted to play more, but he did play and score a couple of games before his exit. Oxford would have been happy to keep him on, but he was already in talks with us before the 'mutual termination' took place.



Taylor was a regular starter for Oxford, he made 31 appearances that season before signing for us in January!

Oxford used a heavily rotated side in the Checkatrade so I'm not sure I'd count that. Going off the league alone 11 of his appearances were from the bench with 10 starts. He completed 90 minutes in the league just four times for them. In the other cups he played six out of seven, but only four starts and again only two lots of 90 minutes.

27 appearances, 14 starts, 13 substitute appearances, only six full games. As I said, he wanted to play more.


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PostPosted: Sat Feb 17, 2018 10:52 am 
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Argy1e wrote:
Knibbsworth wrote:
Argy1e wrote:
HC Green wrote:
Argy1e wrote:
HC Green wrote:
If it happens then it would be identical to Ryan Taylor arrival last January.

Not quite. They actually wanted to keep Taylor.


So why did Oxford terminate Taylor’s contract by mutual consent?

He wasn't a regular starter and wanted to play more, but he did play and score a couple of games before his exit. Oxford would have been happy to keep him on, but he was already in talks with us before the 'mutual termination' took place.



Taylor was a regular starter for Oxford, he made 31 appearances that season before signing for us in January!

Oxford used a heavily rotated side in the Checkatrade so I'm not sure I'd count that. Going off the league alone 11 of his appearances were from the bench with 10 starts. He completed 90 minutes in the league just four times for them. In the other cups he played six out of seven, but only four starts and again only two lots of 90 minutes.

27 appearances, 14 starts, 13 substitute appearances, only six full games. As I said, he wanted to play more.


A well argued retort and once again proves that for one club a player can be cr ... average, but for another club he excels. Funny old game !


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