Wycombe Wanderers 1 (Grant pen 49) Oxford United 3 (Constable 4, Craddock 46, Mullins 61)

SECOND half goals from Tom Craddock and Johnny Mullins ended Oxford United's losing streak away from home as Wycombe Wanderers were well beaten.

The victory halted a run of six successive league defeats on United's travels and was thoroughly deserved after an intense derby clash.

James Constable's fourth-minute strike separated the sides at the interval and Craddock sublimely doubled the lead with his eighth goal of the season just after the break.

Joel Grant quickly pulled a goal back from the penalty spot, but Mullins' header gave United a cushion in the final half hour.

Skipper Jake Wright returned to the starting line-up, replacing the suspended Michael Raynes.

The only other change to the United starting line-up from Tuesday's 2-0 defeat at Rochdale was in midfield, where Adam Chapman came in for Jake Forster-Caskey.

The visitors, backed by 1,800 noisy supporters, made an excellent start.

Chapman curled a free-kick just wide in the opening seconds, before Constable opened the scoring in the fourth minute.

Peter Leven picked out Craddock, who expertly laid the ball off for his strike partner to beat Nikki Bull from 20 yards.

It was only the No 9's second goal of the season and his first in the league since February.

Constable had the ball in the net again on 18 minutes, racing on to Leven's through ball and beating Bull, only to look up and see an offside flag.

The first half was played out in a frantic, derby tempo, with neither side able to retain possession for any length of time.

Three players were booked in the opening half hour by referee Neil Swarbrick, who was quick to penalise any infringements.

Constable's goal was by far the best opening United forged before the break, but at the back they looked solid, led by the excellent Wright and Mullins.

Wycombe, who lost Jo Kuffour to injury, looked most dangerous on the counter-attack, but failed to trouble Ryan Clarke until stoppage time.

Charles Dunne's swerving shot was only parried by the U's goalkeeper, but he and Wright responded superbly to block Grant's follow-up effort.

The game exploded just after the break, when both sides scored in quick succession.

The U's struck first through Craddock, who scored four goals a week earlier. The confidence gained against Accrington Stanley was clear to see as he ran on to a ball over the top from Wright and volleyed past Bull from the edge of the penalty area.

But United's 2-0 lead was short-lived.

Constable was adjudged to have fouled Dave Winfield in the box and Grant stroked home the resulting penalty.

The goal fired up the home side, who briefly rattled United and pushed them back.

The spell lasted until just after the hour mark, when the two-goal lead was restored thanks to an error from Bull.

The Wanderers goalkeeper dropped a free-kick from Leven and the ball found its way to Sean Rigg, whose cross was headed in by Mullins.

A terrific burst from Potter laid on a clear chance for Craddock to make it 4-1, but the striker was denied by a point blank save from Bull.

Wycombe threw everything forward in the closing stages.

United had to dig deep in driving rain and their efforts ensured Wycombe did not have a clear chance to pull a goal back.

The closest they came was a fizzing Matthew Spring effort which flew wide of the post in the 89th minute.

Oxford Utd: Clarke, Whing, Mullins, Wright, Capaldi, Potter, Chapman, Leven (Worley 90), Rigg (Forster-Caskey 67), Constable, Craddock (Pittman 88).

Unused subs: Brown, Heslop, O'Brien, Marsh.

Wycombe: Bull, Stewart, Winfield, Doherty, Dunne, Ainsworth (Morais 62), Scowen, Lewis, Grant, Wood (Spring 78), Kuffour (Logan 38).

Unused subs: Harrison, Angol, Taylor, Hause.

Referee: Neil Swarbrick.

Attendance: 5,490.

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5:40pm Sat 27 Oct 12

jbowling says...

You have never heard this from me before but well done Mr Wilder.

1 You have kept the same formation for three games now and given the front players a chance of scoring.

2 Despite that silly comment in the week about not trying to hold on to leads you didn't try to do that today. FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER.

Please keep this strategy and don't bottle it (like you did putting Heslop on for Potter at Rochdale).

If you do, as one of your biggest critics, good luck to you and hopefully you can get this club somewhere.

DON'T BOTTLE IT !
You have never heard this from me before but well done Mr Wilder. 1 You have kept the same formation for three games now and given the front players a chance of scoring. 2 Despite that silly comment in the week about not trying to hold on to leads you didn't try to do that today. FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER. Please keep this strategy and don't bottle it (like you did putting Heslop on for Potter at Rochdale). If you do, as one of your biggest critics, good luck to you and hopefully you can get this club somewhere. DON'T BOTTLE IT ! jbowling

5:55pm Sat 27 Oct 12

oldun says...

442 - as we knew for ages. Keep it up CW - nice to beat little Wycombe - the library was quiet as ever. Never mind any win away from home is a good result . Well done STFC - putting an even smaller club to sword but by a great margin. Time we caught you up again - next season please, Mr Lenagan
442 - as we knew for ages. Keep it up CW - nice to beat little Wycombe - the library was quiet as ever. Never mind any win away from home is a good result . Well done STFC - putting an even smaller club to sword but by a great margin. Time we caught you up again - next season please, Mr Lenagan oldun

7:49pm Sat 27 Oct 12

Malcy69 says...

WILDER STILL MUST GO
WILDER STILL MUST GO Malcy69

8:00pm Sat 27 Oct 12

philwhiteheadisgod says...

Really good performance today. Potter and Rigg Brilliant, Beano and Cradd linking up well and commanding displays from Mullins and Whingy. Bit dissapointed with some of chappers wayward passing. however, did CW not dick around again at 3-1 by taking off Rigg and going back to his 433 and put us on the back foot a bit and take away most of our attacking threat? Maybe I am being a little unfair but I would still make the change if IL is serious about us progressing. COYY
Really good performance today. Potter and Rigg Brilliant, Beano and Cradd linking up well and commanding displays from Mullins and Whingy. Bit dissapointed with some of chappers wayward passing. however, did CW not dick around again at 3-1 by taking off Rigg and going back to his 433 and put us on the back foot a bit and take away most of our attacking threat? Maybe I am being a little unfair but I would still make the change if IL is serious about us progressing. COYY philwhiteheadisgod

2:58pm Sun 28 Oct 12

support your local team says...

Some of the comments above re CW are totally uncalled for and disrespectful to someone working hard on behalf of our club.
Thought Jake Wright was imperious in the first half and ensured we stayed ahead. He should have been MOM in my opinion.
Chappy was not on good form. We gave the ball away far too cheaply and he was one of the worst offenders.
That said, good result and good performance - well done CW and the lads.
Some of the comments above re CW are totally uncalled for and disrespectful to someone working hard on behalf of our club. Thought Jake Wright was imperious in the first half and ensured we stayed ahead. He should have been MOM in my opinion. Chappy was not on good form. We gave the ball away far too cheaply and he was one of the worst offenders. That said, good result and good performance - well done CW and the lads. support your local team

3:30pm Sun 28 Oct 12

oldun says...

Working hard is the least you must expect from any manager - so not criticism ever of any manager?
Working hard is the least you must expect from any manager - so not criticism ever of any manager? oldun

5:42pm Sun 28 Oct 12

support your local team says...

Dont be daft. Its the tone not the criticism itself. Adopting an insulting manner towards your own teams manager (or players) is unnecessary - you can criticise without being offensive/rude. We all want the best for the club and we should recognise this when we communicate with each other.
Dont be daft. Its the tone not the criticism itself. Adopting an insulting manner towards your own teams manager (or players) is unnecessary - you can criticise without being offensive/rude. We all want the best for the club and we should recognise this when we communicate with each other. support your local team

7:17pm Sun 28 Oct 12

The Manager says...

Another good result but we are not out of the woods yet for sure. Did anyone listen to Mr. Wilder on Radox before the game because I am sure that he said the Yellows were at their best when playing 4 3 3 . I'm not quite sure what he has been watching for the last year or so but if he did say that then where are the results to support that remark. Easy to put the blame on injuries poor quality of players bad weather bad playing surfaces but what part do you play in this then Mr. Wilder I and many other fans are intrigued to know. Meanwhile please keep playing 4 4 2 it does work.
Another good result but we are not out of the woods yet for sure. Did anyone listen to Mr. Wilder on Radox before the game because I am sure that he said the Yellows were at their best when playing 4 3 3 . I'm not quite sure what he has been watching for the last year or so but if he did say that then where are the results to support that remark. Easy to put the blame on injuries poor quality of players bad weather bad playing surfaces but what part do you play in this then Mr. Wilder I and many other fans are intrigued to know. Meanwhile please keep playing 4 4 2 it does work. The Manager

7:36pm Sun 28 Oct 12

oldun says...

support your local team wrote:
Dont be daft. Its the tone not the criticism itself. Adopting an insulting manner towards your own teams manager (or players) is unnecessary - you can criticise without being offensive/rude. We all want the best for the club and we should recognise this when we communicate with each other.
Silly me - obviously I must become much more perceptive in my interpretation of clear points . Politely _CW - in my humble opinion - has not been too special a manager since we ended in our second best Conference finish - pity we missed those penalties versus Exeter in our first year down . Take us into the top three this season Mr Wilder and you will have done a decent job . Polite enough , sir?
[quote][p][bold]support your local team[/bold] wrote: Dont be daft. Its the tone not the criticism itself. Adopting an insulting manner towards your own teams manager (or players) is unnecessary - you can criticise without being offensive/rude. We all want the best for the club and we should recognise this when we communicate with each other.[/p][/quote]Silly me - obviously I must become much more perceptive in my interpretation of clear points . Politely _CW - in my humble opinion - has not been too special a manager since we ended in our second best Conference finish - pity we missed those penalties versus Exeter in our first year down . Take us into the top three this season Mr Wilder and you will have done a decent job . Polite enough , sir? oldun

7:36pm Sun 28 Oct 12

oldun says...

support your local team wrote:
Dont be daft. Its the tone not the criticism itself. Adopting an insulting manner towards your own teams manager (or players) is unnecessary - you can criticise without being offensive/rude. We all want the best for the club and we should recognise this when we communicate with each other.
Silly me - obviously I must become much more perceptive in my interpretation of clear points . Politely _CW - in my humble opinion - has not been too special a manager since we ended in our second best Conference finish - pity we missed those penalties versus Exeter in our first year down . Take us into the top three this season Mr Wilder and you will have done a decent job . Polite enough , sir?
[quote][p][bold]support your local team[/bold] wrote: Dont be daft. Its the tone not the criticism itself. Adopting an insulting manner towards your own teams manager (or players) is unnecessary - you can criticise without being offensive/rude. We all want the best for the club and we should recognise this when we communicate with each other.[/p][/quote]Silly me - obviously I must become much more perceptive in my interpretation of clear points . Politely _CW - in my humble opinion - has not been too special a manager since we ended in our second best Conference finish - pity we missed those penalties versus Exeter in our first year down . Take us into the top three this season Mr Wilder and you will have done a decent job . Polite enough , sir? oldun

7:39pm Sun 28 Oct 12

oldun says...

Still struggling to find more than one 'disrespectful' comment - I must check that dictionary
Still struggling to find more than one 'disrespectful' comment - I must check that dictionary oldun

7:56pm Sun 28 Oct 12

support your local team says...

Look up 'facetious' as well while youre at it. Its what you are.
Look up 'facetious' as well while youre at it. Its what you are. support your local team

8:57pm Sun 28 Oct 12

oldun says...

Whatever
Whatever oldun

11:03pm Sun 28 Oct 12

hawkeye1 says...

Hey oldun, don't let them get to you, most of them were not around in the good old days of Oxford United, it is
a pity as they would then realize what it is like for us olduns,
Hey oldun, don't let them get to you, most of them were not around in the good old days of Oxford United, it is a pity as they would then realize what it is like for us olduns, hawkeye1

5:20am Mon 29 Oct 12

oldun says...

hawkeye1 wrote:
Hey oldun, don't let them get to you, most of them were not around in the good old days of Oxford United, it is
a pity as they would then realize what it is like for us olduns,
Unlucky them. It would take a lot more than "don't be daft" to get to me - I am daft! I will continue to criticise amanager or a player if I wish to - regardless of their commitment - as the other guy (possibly a good un) appreciates . No doubt he agrees with that
[quote][p][bold]hawkeye1[/bold] wrote: Hey oldun, don't let them get to you, most of them were not around in the good old days of Oxford United, it is a pity as they would then realize what it is like for us olduns,[/p][/quote]Unlucky them. It would take a lot more than "don't be daft" to get to me - I am daft! I will continue to criticise amanager or a player if I wish to - regardless of their commitment - as the other guy (possibly a good un) appreciates . No doubt he agrees with that oldun

9:00am Mon 29 Oct 12

adlibber says...

support your local team wrote:
Look up 'facetious' as well while youre at it. Its what you are.
Maybe you should look up pompous eh? or patronising. Oldun seems a pretty fair debater who articulates his points very well. I'm not sure where you've been for last 2 years or whether you've read Wilder's unintentionally comical pre/post match rants. The manager deserves flak when the team is under performing and whilst two wins from three is good (even though they were against very poor teams) it doesn't compare to 6 defeats on the bounce does it? Unless we get a decent run going we'll simply amble along until we reach mid table mediocrity and this is not good enough.

Wilder has had plenty of time to get it right and he's made some awful decisions on and off the pitch - several loan players have been flops and the manager has to 'man' up (another ridiculous Wilderism used on his players) when his decisions go wrong.

I've said it along that promotion is the only objective this season and I'm not sure wilder can achieve this because he is a walking contradiction. No excuses any more League 1 next season or new manager. Lenagan's silence isn't helping the club at all either.
[quote][p][bold]support your local team[/bold] wrote: Look up 'facetious' as well while youre at it. Its what you are.[/p][/quote]Maybe you should look up pompous eh? or patronising. Oldun seems a pretty fair debater who articulates his points very well. I'm not sure where you've been for last 2 years or whether you've read Wilder's unintentionally comical pre/post match rants. The manager deserves flak when the team is under performing and whilst two wins from three is good (even though they were against very poor teams) it doesn't compare to 6 defeats on the bounce does it? Unless we get a decent run going we'll simply amble along until we reach mid table mediocrity and this is not good enough. Wilder has had plenty of time to get it right and he's made some awful decisions on and off the pitch - several loan players have been flops and the manager has to 'man' up (another ridiculous Wilderism used on his players) when his decisions go wrong. I've said it along that promotion is the only objective this season and I'm not sure wilder can achieve this because he is a walking contradiction. No excuses any more League 1 next season or new manager. Lenagan's silence isn't helping the club at all either. adlibber

10:11am Mon 29 Oct 12

oldun says...

adlibber wrote:
support your local team wrote:
Look up 'facetious' as well while youre at it. Its what you are.
Maybe you should look up pompous eh? or patronising. Oldun seems a pretty fair debater who articulates his points very well. I'm not sure where you've been for last 2 years or whether you've read Wilder's unintentionally comical pre/post match rants. The manager deserves flak when the team is under performing and whilst two wins from three is good (even though they were against very poor teams) it doesn't compare to 6 defeats on the bounce does it? Unless we get a decent run going we'll simply amble along until we reach mid table mediocrity and this is not good enough.

Wilder has had plenty of time to get it right and he's made some awful decisions on and off the pitch - several loan players have been flops and the manager has to 'man' up (another ridiculous Wilderism used on his players) when his decisions go wrong.

I've said it along that promotion is the only objective this season and I'm not sure wilder can achieve this because he is a walking contradiction. No excuses any more League 1 next season or new manager. Lenagan's silence isn't helping the club at all either.
Agreed - League One next season or new manager - or possibly with a new manager. Anything less than the third tier would not be good enough. U's fans have suffered for too many years - last season of good football for United was 97-98 . Yep, our team had some good results against weak opposition since then eg - in one of Atkins seasons and in two of the Conference seasons - 2nd in our first season among 'the dead men' . COYY
[quote][p][bold]adlibber[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]support your local team[/bold] wrote: Look up 'facetious' as well while youre at it. Its what you are.[/p][/quote]Maybe you should look up pompous eh? or patronising. Oldun seems a pretty fair debater who articulates his points very well. I'm not sure where you've been for last 2 years or whether you've read Wilder's unintentionally comical pre/post match rants. The manager deserves flak when the team is under performing and whilst two wins from three is good (even though they were against very poor teams) it doesn't compare to 6 defeats on the bounce does it? Unless we get a decent run going we'll simply amble along until we reach mid table mediocrity and this is not good enough. Wilder has had plenty of time to get it right and he's made some awful decisions on and off the pitch - several loan players have been flops and the manager has to 'man' up (another ridiculous Wilderism used on his players) when his decisions go wrong. I've said it along that promotion is the only objective this season and I'm not sure wilder can achieve this because he is a walking contradiction. No excuses any more League 1 next season or new manager. Lenagan's silence isn't helping the club at all either.[/p][/quote]Agreed - League One next season or new manager - or possibly with a new manager. Anything less than the third tier would not be good enough. U's fans have suffered for too many years - last season of good football for United was 97-98 . Yep, our team had some good results against weak opposition since then eg - in one of Atkins seasons and in two of the Conference seasons - 2nd in our first season among 'the dead men' . COYY oldun

8:53am Tue 30 Oct 12

Mick E says...

Well done lads great result & well done WIlder. 5 pts off the play offs and 9 off of automatic promotion, don't look down & don't let the negative fans get you down. The majority of us are positive it's just that the negative ones shout a lot louder on internet forums. Luckily not so much in the stands.
Well done lads great result & well done WIlder. 5 pts off the play offs and 9 off of automatic promotion, don't look down & don't let the negative fans get you down. The majority of us are positive it's just that the negative ones shout a lot louder on internet forums. Luckily not so much in the stands. Mick E

9:06am Tue 30 Oct 12

oldun says...

I remain very positive that we can (can) climb from the lower reaches (yes) of the table - 4th place would be (unless followed by an approx one in four chance of promotion) should be for this club very very disappointing . Conceded (many?) more than we have scored . Always look on the bright side - I do - we can do it
I remain very positive that we can (can) climb from the lower reaches (yes) of the table - 4th place would be (unless followed by an approx one in four chance of promotion) should be for this club very very disappointing . Conceded (many?) more than we have scored . Always look on the bright side - I do - we can do it oldun

1:14pm Tue 30 Oct 12

adlibber says...

Mick E wrote:
Well done lads great result & well done WIlder. 5 pts off the play offs and 9 off of automatic promotion, don't look down & don't let the negative fans get you down. The majority of us are positive it's just that the negative ones shout a lot louder on internet forums. Luckily not so much in the stands.
well you keep your undying faith and I'll keep my cynicism alive - that way at least one of us will be basing our opinions on the performances so far of this team under Wilder. 16pts from top position and 7 points from a relegation spot is just as real as your positive slant - we just see it differently. Promotion this season is an absolute must and Wilder should be prepared for this or accept this might be his last season. Having said that I wouldn't miss Lenagan if he went either as he's shown very little interest in the club. You need to take thing less personally Mick E - I want the same as you for our club I'm just not sure Wilder is the man to take us forward.
[quote][p][bold]Mick E[/bold] wrote: Well done lads great result & well done WIlder. 5 pts off the play offs and 9 off of automatic promotion, don't look down & don't let the negative fans get you down. The majority of us are positive it's just that the negative ones shout a lot louder on internet forums. Luckily not so much in the stands.[/p][/quote]well you keep your undying faith and I'll keep my cynicism alive - that way at least one of us will be basing our opinions on the performances so far of this team under Wilder. 16pts from top position and 7 points from a relegation spot is just as real as your positive slant - we just see it differently. Promotion this season is an absolute must and Wilder should be prepared for this or accept this might be his last season. Having said that I wouldn't miss Lenagan if he went either as he's shown very little interest in the club. You need to take thing less personally Mick E - I want the same as you for our club I'm just not sure Wilder is the man to take us forward. adlibber

6:26pm Wed 31 Oct 12

greengarden says...

adlibber wrote:
Mick E wrote:
Well done lads great result & well done WIlder. 5 pts off the play offs and 9 off of automatic promotion, don't look down & don't let the negative fans get you down. The majority of us are positive it's just that the negative ones shout a lot louder on internet forums. Luckily not so much in the stands.
well you keep your undying faith and I'll keep my cynicism alive - that way at least one of us will be basing our opinions on the performances so far of this team under Wilder. 16pts from top position and 7 points from a relegation spot is just as real as your positive slant - we just see it differently. Promotion this season is an absolute must and Wilder should be prepared for this or accept this might be his last season. Having said that I wouldn't miss Lenagan if he went either as he's shown very little interest in the club. You need to take thing less personally Mick E - I want the same as you for our club I'm just not sure Wilder is the man to take us forward.
ha what a great post !!

adlibber in one move has just suggested both Wilder and Lenegan go.....

ummm wonder who that leaves us with. I know a rich Russian or Arabian businessman will step and we will be in the Prem League soon - hilarious

I love it.....COYY and well done CW at the weekend, it been a difficult season but lets all keep the faith..
[quote][p][bold]adlibber[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mick E[/bold] wrote: Well done lads great result & well done WIlder. 5 pts off the play offs and 9 off of automatic promotion, don't look down & don't let the negative fans get you down. The majority of us are positive it's just that the negative ones shout a lot louder on internet forums. Luckily not so much in the stands.[/p][/quote]well you keep your undying faith and I'll keep my cynicism alive - that way at least one of us will be basing our opinions on the performances so far of this team under Wilder. 16pts from top position and 7 points from a relegation spot is just as real as your positive slant - we just see it differently. Promotion this season is an absolute must and Wilder should be prepared for this or accept this might be his last season. Having said that I wouldn't miss Lenagan if he went either as he's shown very little interest in the club. You need to take thing less personally Mick E - I want the same as you for our club I'm just not sure Wilder is the man to take us forward.[/p][/quote]ha what a great post !! adlibber in one move has just suggested both Wilder and Lenegan go..... ummm wonder who that leaves us with. I know a rich Russian or Arabian businessman will step and we will be in the Prem League soon - hilarious I love it.....COYY and well done CW at the weekend, it been a difficult season but lets all keep the faith.. greengarden

7:11pm Wed 31 Oct 12

oldun says...

greengarden wrote:
adlibber wrote:
Mick E wrote:
Well done lads great result & well done WIlder. 5 pts off the play offs and 9 off of automatic promotion, don't look down & don't let the negative fans get you down. The majority of us are positive it's just that the negative ones shout a lot louder on internet forums. Luckily not so much in the stands.
well you keep your undying faith and I'll keep my cynicism alive - that way at least one of us will be basing our opinions on the performances so far of this team under Wilder. 16pts from top position and 7 points from a relegation spot is just as real as your positive slant - we just see it differently. Promotion this season is an absolute must and Wilder should be prepared for this or accept this might be his last season. Having said that I wouldn't miss Lenagan if he went either as he's shown very little interest in the club. You need to take thing less personally Mick E - I want the same as you for our club I'm just not sure Wilder is the man to take us forward.
ha what a great post !!

adlibber in one move has just suggested both Wilder and Lenegan go.....

ummm wonder who that leaves us with. I know a rich Russian or Arabian businessman will step and we will be in the Prem League soon - hilarious

I love it.....COYY and well done CW at the weekend, it been a difficult season but lets all keep the faith..
??? Many clubs far above United in the table (and in League One) have much less affluent owners than IL is oft purported to be. CW - my jury is out with him. Not with yours? If he takes into the third tier at the end of this season he might get my vote for another two seasons. If not , then we must have a new manager next season. Hope that's not too hilarious!
[quote][p][bold]greengarden[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]adlibber[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mick E[/bold] wrote: Well done lads great result & well done WIlder. 5 pts off the play offs and 9 off of automatic promotion, don't look down & don't let the negative fans get you down. The majority of us are positive it's just that the negative ones shout a lot louder on internet forums. Luckily not so much in the stands.[/p][/quote]well you keep your undying faith and I'll keep my cynicism alive - that way at least one of us will be basing our opinions on the performances so far of this team under Wilder. 16pts from top position and 7 points from a relegation spot is just as real as your positive slant - we just see it differently. Promotion this season is an absolute must and Wilder should be prepared for this or accept this might be his last season. Having said that I wouldn't miss Lenagan if he went either as he's shown very little interest in the club. You need to take thing less personally Mick E - I want the same as you for our club I'm just not sure Wilder is the man to take us forward.[/p][/quote]ha what a great post !! adlibber in one move has just suggested both Wilder and Lenegan go..... ummm wonder who that leaves us with. I know a rich Russian or Arabian businessman will step and we will be in the Prem League soon - hilarious I love it.....COYY and well done CW at the weekend, it been a difficult season but lets all keep the faith..[/p][/quote]??? Many clubs far above United in the table (and in League One) have much less affluent owners than IL is oft purported to be. CW - my jury is out with him. Not with yours? If he takes into the third tier at the end of this season he might get my vote for another two seasons. If not , then we must have a new manager next season. Hope that's not too hilarious! oldun

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