Now it's time to get tough, says United boss Waddock

United midfielder Scott Davies’s reaction at the final whistle against Fleetwood Town sums up the club’s slump in the Sky Bet League Two promotion race

United midfielder Scott Davies’s reaction at the final whistle against Fleetwood Town sums up the club’s slump in the Sky Bet League Two promotion race

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Gary Waddock demanded Oxford United to be mentally stronger as their wretched run was extended by a 2-0 defeat at home to Fleetwood Town.

It was a seventh loss in ten games and saw the club drop out of the top seven in Sky Bet League Two for the first time this season.

Fleetwood won the game with goals from David Ball and Antoni Sarcevic, but without some good work from U’s goalkeeper Ryan Clarke the margin of victory could easily have been wider.

Waddock was bitterly disappointed with the setback, which came in his first game in charge at the Kassam Stadium.

United’s head coach admitted the way the hosts fell away after going behind after an even opening half hour was a concern.

He said: “At the moment it’s become a habit, losing, and I don’t like that – we have to turn it around very quickly. The first 25 minutes we were in the game with Fleetwood.

“Then they scored and we were deflated, it really affected us.

“We haven’t got a lot of confidence at the moment and you could see that what we had drained out of us.

“We have to address that and be mentally stronger and we haven’t got a lot of time to put it right.”

Waddock was annoyed with Fleetwood’s opening goal, which came via a corner – something the side had been warned about.

But the new U’s boss acknowledged there were a host of different issues which need to be looked at on the training ground this week ahead of a crunch trip to Plymouth Argyle on Saturday.

He said: “We got a clean sheet here against Hartlepool, but how many goals have we scored?

“How many times have we worked their goalkeeper?

“How many times has he had to pull off a worldy of a save?

“Our goalkeeper at the moment is having to work extremely hard, so it’s a combination of a lot of things and obviously time is running out.”

United were not helped by an injury to Andy Whing, which forced him off at half-time.

The midfielder has only just returned after four months out with a groin problem.

Waddock was unable to give any detail on the injury, more of which may be known today, but after losing Alfie Potter to a knock before the previous game, it was another blow the squad can ill-afford.

He said: “You look at Alfie last Saturday and Whingy now, important players for the team and for the squad.

“At some stage our luck should turn, but it will only turn if you work hard enough.”

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9:15am Mon 7 Apr 14

LeGod says...

what did i say you are on the slippery slope down the table. You do it every season start off well and die a slow death. Nice to see though from our perspective down the road.

FOREVER IN OUR SHADOW

STFC
what did i say you are on the slippery slope down the table. You do it every season start off well and die a slow death. Nice to see though from our perspective down the road. FOREVER IN OUR SHADOW STFC LeGod
  • Score: -17

9:41am Mon 7 Apr 14

cowleyman says...

it now seems we have a manager/coach who has got some sense to sort this out.good luck to him.
it now seems we have a manager/coach who has got some sense to sort this out.good luck to him. cowleyman
  • Score: 4

10:02am Mon 7 Apr 14

bigchet says...

i know it is hard for the om to find much to print about utd in midweek. but please no more quotes from players saying they are going to put it all right in the next game as it just seems to be the kiss of death. and doesnt happen. we are in desperate need of a win and i for one dont care how it comes as long as it does.
i know it is hard for the om to find much to print about utd in midweek. but please no more quotes from players saying they are going to put it all right in the next game as it just seems to be the kiss of death. and doesnt happen. we are in desperate need of a win and i for one dont care how it comes as long as it does. bigchet
  • Score: 23

10:04am Mon 7 Apr 14

South Upper 87 says...

It looked promising at the start, but once Fleetwood really got going, then heads went down. I reckon we may well have a good appointment in GW. The trouble is he needs time to bring in some decent players and get rid of Lewis and Melville.
It looked promising at the start, but once Fleetwood really got going, then heads went down. I reckon we may well have a good appointment in GW. The trouble is he needs time to bring in some decent players and get rid of Lewis and Melville. South Upper 87
  • Score: 6

10:09am Mon 7 Apr 14

Harold&Albert says...

I think the division as a whole needs to think about how it contracts players. Many are out of contract at the end of each season and the last thing any of them need now is an injury - else they will be out of work next year too. They have mortgages and bills to pay just like the rest of us. When we cam up from the Conference many players parted company with the club. Ultimately if we do ever go up - it will be the same again. If we gave more players more than a one year deal maybe we would have some loyalty, grit and determination - all of which seemed to be missing on Saturday from all but a few.
I think the division as a whole needs to think about how it contracts players. Many are out of contract at the end of each season and the last thing any of them need now is an injury - else they will be out of work next year too. They have mortgages and bills to pay just like the rest of us. When we cam up from the Conference many players parted company with the club. Ultimately if we do ever go up - it will be the same again. If we gave more players more than a one year deal maybe we would have some loyalty, grit and determination - all of which seemed to be missing on Saturday from all but a few. Harold&Albert
  • Score: 4

10:16am Mon 7 Apr 14

Oxokuba says...

Waddock in danger of catching Wilderitis with his post match clichés. The kick up the bum thing is pointless as is the tireless cheese coming from players spouting about how they feel about this loss of form. Waddock needs time but he also needs to look at his motivational skills as it's been a poor start already and he like the players need to face the reality of where their poor form is taking the club. I am struggling to see where our next goal is coming from or who is likely to score it. Agree that Lewis and Melville need to go as do at least half this current squad. Anyone else heard the rumour that Waddock was appointed because he was cheap? If this is true it's a bit of a risk from Lenagan.

Perhaps Waddock should pick mainly youngsters for next game or two and see how those 'stars' react at losing their places? Season is practically over anyway.
Waddock in danger of catching Wilderitis with his post match clichés. The kick up the bum thing is pointless as is the tireless cheese coming from players spouting about how they feel about this loss of form. Waddock needs time but he also needs to look at his motivational skills as it's been a poor start already and he like the players need to face the reality of where their poor form is taking the club. I am struggling to see where our next goal is coming from or who is likely to score it. Agree that Lewis and Melville need to go as do at least half this current squad. Anyone else heard the rumour that Waddock was appointed because he was cheap? If this is true it's a bit of a risk from Lenagan. Perhaps Waddock should pick mainly youngsters for next game or two and see how those 'stars' react at losing their places? Season is practically over anyway. Oxokuba
  • Score: 11

11:42am Mon 7 Apr 14

87oufc says...

Oxokuba wrote:
Waddock in danger of catching Wilderitis with his post match clichés. The kick up the bum thing is pointless as is the tireless cheese coming from players spouting about how they feel about this loss of form. Waddock needs time but he also needs to look at his motivational skills as it's been a poor start already and he like the players need to face the reality of where their poor form is taking the club. I am struggling to see where our next goal is coming from or who is likely to score it. Agree that Lewis and Melville need to go as do at least half this current squad. Anyone else heard the rumour that Waddock was appointed because he was cheap? If this is true it's a bit of a risk from Lenagan.

Perhaps Waddock should pick mainly youngsters for next game or two and see how those 'stars' react at losing their places? Season is practically over anyway.
Coming from a very very reliable source I was informed that GW wasn't the first choice and that someone else was chosen. But for whatever reason, it all got turned around at the last moment.
[quote][p][bold]Oxokuba[/bold] wrote: Waddock in danger of catching Wilderitis with his post match clichés. The kick up the bum thing is pointless as is the tireless cheese coming from players spouting about how they feel about this loss of form. Waddock needs time but he also needs to look at his motivational skills as it's been a poor start already and he like the players need to face the reality of where their poor form is taking the club. I am struggling to see where our next goal is coming from or who is likely to score it. Agree that Lewis and Melville need to go as do at least half this current squad. Anyone else heard the rumour that Waddock was appointed because he was cheap? If this is true it's a bit of a risk from Lenagan. Perhaps Waddock should pick mainly youngsters for next game or two and see how those 'stars' react at losing their places? Season is practically over anyway.[/p][/quote]Coming from a very very reliable source I was informed that GW wasn't the first choice and that someone else was chosen. But for whatever reason, it all got turned around at the last moment. 87oufc
  • Score: 2

12:27pm Mon 7 Apr 14

Oxokuba says...

87oufc wrote:
Oxokuba wrote:
Waddock in danger of catching Wilderitis with his post match clichés. The kick up the bum thing is pointless as is the tireless cheese coming from players spouting about how they feel about this loss of form. Waddock needs time but he also needs to look at his motivational skills as it's been a poor start already and he like the players need to face the reality of where their poor form is taking the club. I am struggling to see where our next goal is coming from or who is likely to score it. Agree that Lewis and Melville need to go as do at least half this current squad. Anyone else heard the rumour that Waddock was appointed because he was cheap? If this is true it's a bit of a risk from Lenagan.

Perhaps Waddock should pick mainly youngsters for next game or two and see how those 'stars' react at losing their places? Season is practically over anyway.
Coming from a very very reliable source I was informed that GW wasn't the first choice and that someone else was chosen. But for whatever reason, it all got turned around at the last moment.
I wouldn't be surprised at this! it's par for the course at our club. Just have to hope Lenagan knows what he's doing or I really do thing we'll get sub 4k gates next season.
[quote][p][bold]87oufc[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Oxokuba[/bold] wrote: Waddock in danger of catching Wilderitis with his post match clichés. The kick up the bum thing is pointless as is the tireless cheese coming from players spouting about how they feel about this loss of form. Waddock needs time but he also needs to look at his motivational skills as it's been a poor start already and he like the players need to face the reality of where their poor form is taking the club. I am struggling to see where our next goal is coming from or who is likely to score it. Agree that Lewis and Melville need to go as do at least half this current squad. Anyone else heard the rumour that Waddock was appointed because he was cheap? If this is true it's a bit of a risk from Lenagan. Perhaps Waddock should pick mainly youngsters for next game or two and see how those 'stars' react at losing their places? Season is practically over anyway.[/p][/quote]Coming from a very very reliable source I was informed that GW wasn't the first choice and that someone else was chosen. But for whatever reason, it all got turned around at the last moment.[/p][/quote]I wouldn't be surprised at this! it's par for the course at our club. Just have to hope Lenagan knows what he's doing or I really do thing we'll get sub 4k gates next season. Oxokuba
  • Score: 2

12:40pm Mon 7 Apr 14

Oxokuba says...

LeGod wrote:
what did i say you are on the slippery slope down the table. You do it every season start off well and die a slow death. Nice to see though from our perspective down the road.

FOREVER IN OUR SHADOW

STFC
Another Swindon fan struggling the concept of Irony here.
[quote][p][bold]LeGod[/bold] wrote: what did i say you are on the slippery slope down the table. You do it every season start off well and die a slow death. Nice to see though from our perspective down the road. FOREVER IN OUR SHADOW STFC[/p][/quote]Another Swindon fan struggling the concept of Irony here. Oxokuba
  • Score: 1

3:42pm Mon 7 Apr 14

oxcidental says...

Week in week out we continue to watch players who cannot pass to each other particularly on the ground.We continually pump high hopeful balls to our forwards giving them no chance to influence the game.Our midfield play is so slow and therefore easy for opponents to get men behind the ball and snuff out any danger.Very few goals have been scored from set plays in recent seasons,we appear to be unable to create consistant pressure in any shape or form.I have never been a fan of Smalley but to cheer his substitution does nothing for the team.I cannot see us reaching the play offs but hope we can develop a team that can entertain us with quick,fluid movement creating lots of chances and above all entertaining the fans.I have been watching united since 1959 mostly as a season ticket holder and have seen many highs and lows and look forward to next season with many new players who are prepared to wear the shirt with pride.Most of the current squad appear to spend more time writing articles for the OM than getting on with their job
Week in week out we continue to watch players who cannot pass to each other particularly on the ground.We continually pump high hopeful balls to our forwards giving them no chance to influence the game.Our midfield play is so slow and therefore easy for opponents to get men behind the ball and snuff out any danger.Very few goals have been scored from set plays in recent seasons,we appear to be unable to create consistant pressure in any shape or form.I have never been a fan of Smalley but to cheer his substitution does nothing for the team.I cannot see us reaching the play offs but hope we can develop a team that can entertain us with quick,fluid movement creating lots of chances and above all entertaining the fans.I have been watching united since 1959 mostly as a season ticket holder and have seen many highs and lows and look forward to next season with many new players who are prepared to wear the shirt with pride.Most of the current squad appear to spend more time writing articles for the OM than getting on with their job oxcidental
  • Score: 4

3:50pm Mon 7 Apr 14

BigAlBiker says...

Our best 4 were the front 4 of the half time band, at least they marched in time and together.
Our best 4 were the front 4 of the half time band, at least they marched in time and together. BigAlBiker
  • Score: 0

4:57pm Mon 7 Apr 14

Richard Wickson says...

cowleyman wrote:
it now seems we have a manager/coach who has got some sense to sort this out.good luck to him.
Yes he talks tough but, and it's a big but, can he actually turn the talk into action. At the moment this squad looks desperately short of confidence, not just the lack of goals for but the goals against is now as big a worry, he said had it not been for Clarke the deficit would have been greater, fact is Clarke is now not making the saves he did earlier in the season and I think it's due to the pressure he is now under due to the guys in front of him not doing their job well enough. The responsibility rests squarely on Lengans shoulders due to the fact he left the two goons in charge for far too long and results dropped and confidence evaporated. No matter what happens in the short term Lewis and Melville really must go at the end of the season and let Waddock bring in his own staff, unless he is allowed to choose his own team then we cannot fairly judge him. I am still surprised we were left so long on a poor run without replacing Wilder only to then get Waddock, he now has to assess just who he wants to keep for next season and I really don't think he will keep any outside the development lads, if he does then we face another poor season. The future doesn't look good, I am sorry to say but it doesn't look good at all. A lot of you will argue that we can't go from a good side, having been in the top 7 all season to a bad side in a few weeks, fact is we were never a good side. Had we been then we wouldn't have got so many poor results at home and would have been out of sight by the new year, Wilder knew in his heart that we wouldn't last the season so jumped ship, all we can now hope for is that Northampton are relegated before we face them on the last day of the season!
[quote][p][bold]cowleyman[/bold] wrote: it now seems we have a manager/coach who has got some sense to sort this out.good luck to him.[/p][/quote]Yes he talks tough but, and it's a big but, can he actually turn the talk into action. At the moment this squad looks desperately short of confidence, not just the lack of goals for but the goals against is now as big a worry, he said had it not been for Clarke the deficit would have been greater, fact is Clarke is now not making the saves he did earlier in the season and I think it's due to the pressure he is now under due to the guys in front of him not doing their job well enough. The responsibility rests squarely on Lengans shoulders due to the fact he left the two goons in charge for far too long and results dropped and confidence evaporated. No matter what happens in the short term Lewis and Melville really must go at the end of the season and let Waddock bring in his own staff, unless he is allowed to choose his own team then we cannot fairly judge him. I am still surprised we were left so long on a poor run without replacing Wilder only to then get Waddock, he now has to assess just who he wants to keep for next season and I really don't think he will keep any outside the development lads, if he does then we face another poor season. The future doesn't look good, I am sorry to say but it doesn't look good at all. A lot of you will argue that we can't go from a good side, having been in the top 7 all season to a bad side in a few weeks, fact is we were never a good side. Had we been then we wouldn't have got so many poor results at home and would have been out of sight by the new year, Wilder knew in his heart that we wouldn't last the season so jumped ship, all we can now hope for is that Northampton are relegated before we face them on the last day of the season! Richard Wickson
  • Score: 1

5:11pm Mon 7 Apr 14

Richard Wickson says...

oxcidental wrote:
Week in week out we continue to watch players who cannot pass to each other particularly on the ground.We continually pump high hopeful balls to our forwards giving them no chance to influence the game.Our midfield play is so slow and therefore easy for opponents to get men behind the ball and snuff out any danger.Very few goals have been scored from set plays in recent seasons,we appear to be unable to create consistant pressure in any shape or form.I have never been a fan of Smalley but to cheer his substitution does nothing for the team.I cannot see us reaching the play offs but hope we can develop a team that can entertain us with quick,fluid movement creating lots of chances and above all entertaining the fans.I have been watching united since 1959 mostly as a season ticket holder and have seen many highs and lows and look forward to next season with many new players who are prepared to wear the shirt with pride.Most of the current squad appear to spend more time writing articles for the OM than getting on with their job
Like you I have been around the club since 1959 and cannot remember having gone through such a poor period as the past ten years. You make a lots of good points and hopefully the owner, manager and players will read your post and take it all on board. The club and us fans deserve players who will wear the shirt with pride and above all play passing football. I yearn for a return to the Arthur Turner days when we had a team that played for each other and the club but seriously doubt whether we will ever get that again as people in general don't seem to have a lot of loyalty or decency in this day and age. OU fans excepted of course!
[quote][p][bold]oxcidental[/bold] wrote: Week in week out we continue to watch players who cannot pass to each other particularly on the ground.We continually pump high hopeful balls to our forwards giving them no chance to influence the game.Our midfield play is so slow and therefore easy for opponents to get men behind the ball and snuff out any danger.Very few goals have been scored from set plays in recent seasons,we appear to be unable to create consistant pressure in any shape or form.I have never been a fan of Smalley but to cheer his substitution does nothing for the team.I cannot see us reaching the play offs but hope we can develop a team that can entertain us with quick,fluid movement creating lots of chances and above all entertaining the fans.I have been watching united since 1959 mostly as a season ticket holder and have seen many highs and lows and look forward to next season with many new players who are prepared to wear the shirt with pride.Most of the current squad appear to spend more time writing articles for the OM than getting on with their job[/p][/quote]Like you I have been around the club since 1959 and cannot remember having gone through such a poor period as the past ten years. You make a lots of good points and hopefully the owner, manager and players will read your post and take it all on board. The club and us fans deserve players who will wear the shirt with pride and above all play passing football. I yearn for a return to the Arthur Turner days when we had a team that played for each other and the club but seriously doubt whether we will ever get that again as people in general don't seem to have a lot of loyalty or decency in this day and age. OU fans excepted of course! Richard Wickson
  • Score: 3

5:22pm Mon 7 Apr 14

LeGod says...

You look so dire.

Appointed the wrong manager who will take you no where.

All moaning at Wilder yet he would have probably at least got you in the play offs.

Still fantastic scenes seeing your players crying and flat out on the floor after saturdays game.

Another defeat i feel coming on at Plymouth who are pushing for a play off place.

Maybe you will reach mid table but will be made favourites again at the start of next season to go up but will do exactly the same again and Waddock will be sacked before Xmas.
To get you promoted you should have gone for Martin Allen as a stop gap although the football would have been dire (mind you it is now) but he would have sorted your side out and you would have had a chance of going up.

Great to see though for us not that far away.

Bye
You look so dire. Appointed the wrong manager who will take you no where. All moaning at Wilder yet he would have probably at least got you in the play offs. Still fantastic scenes seeing your players crying and flat out on the floor after saturdays game. Another defeat i feel coming on at Plymouth who are pushing for a play off place. Maybe you will reach mid table but will be made favourites again at the start of next season to go up but will do exactly the same again and Waddock will be sacked before Xmas. To get you promoted you should have gone for Martin Allen as a stop gap although the football would have been dire (mind you it is now) but he would have sorted your side out and you would have had a chance of going up. Great to see though for us not that far away. Bye LeGod
  • Score: -3

6:18pm Mon 7 Apr 14

Southsea Ox says...

Some of these comments here an din past articles are bewildering to say the least.

So, we have the same squad as that which had got us to top 3 for most of the season, and then what changed? I'll tell you what as most are missing the point here - Wilder left or should I say was left with no choice really, as he had no promise of a contract beyond this season. Some fans posting here were pleased to see him go, and now they berate GW and the players. I said back then be careful what you wish for ...

Also, another poster here makes a very good point. If a lot of players have contracts that are up at the end of the season like Wilder, then what incentive do they have ... even Alex Ferguson would struggle to get players whose contracts are due to end motivated.

I fear this season is finished and I suspect CW will keep Northampton by beating us on the last day of the season ... like I sadi be careful what you wish for.

Lets build for next season now....
Some of these comments here an din past articles are bewildering to say the least. So, we have the same squad as that which had got us to top 3 for most of the season, and then what changed? I'll tell you what as most are missing the point here - Wilder left or should I say was left with no choice really, as he had no promise of a contract beyond this season. Some fans posting here were pleased to see him go, and now they berate GW and the players. I said back then be careful what you wish for ... Also, another poster here makes a very good point. If a lot of players have contracts that are up at the end of the season like Wilder, then what incentive do they have ... even Alex Ferguson would struggle to get players whose contracts are due to end motivated. I fear this season is finished and I suspect CW will keep Northampton by beating us on the last day of the season ... like I sadi be careful what you wish for. Lets build for next season now.... Southsea Ox
  • Score: 5

7:10pm Mon 7 Apr 14

Eraser says...

Southsea Ox wrote:
Some of these comments here an din past articles are bewildering to say the least.

So, we have the same squad as that which had got us to top 3 for most of the season, and then what changed? I'll tell you what as most are missing the point here - Wilder left or should I say was left with no choice really, as he had no promise of a contract beyond this season. Some fans posting here were pleased to see him go, and now they berate GW and the players. I said back then be careful what you wish for ...

Also, another poster here makes a very good point. If a lot of players have contracts that are up at the end of the season like Wilder, then what incentive do they have ... even Alex Ferguson would struggle to get players whose contracts are due to end motivated.

I fear this season is finished and I suspect CW will keep Northampton by beating us on the last day of the season ... like I sadi be careful what you wish for.

Lets build for next season now....
I'd try harder to earn a new contract - going out with a whimper only puts you on Brackley's radar. Apparently they all have families to support etc.. but don't want to fight for a new contract or attract a decent alternative? No wonder they all wanted Mickey as full time manager,,,,,,,
[quote][p][bold]Southsea Ox[/bold] wrote: Some of these comments here an din past articles are bewildering to say the least. So, we have the same squad as that which had got us to top 3 for most of the season, and then what changed? I'll tell you what as most are missing the point here - Wilder left or should I say was left with no choice really, as he had no promise of a contract beyond this season. Some fans posting here were pleased to see him go, and now they berate GW and the players. I said back then be careful what you wish for ... Also, another poster here makes a very good point. If a lot of players have contracts that are up at the end of the season like Wilder, then what incentive do they have ... even Alex Ferguson would struggle to get players whose contracts are due to end motivated. I fear this season is finished and I suspect CW will keep Northampton by beating us on the last day of the season ... like I sadi be careful what you wish for. Lets build for next season now....[/p][/quote]I'd try harder to earn a new contract - going out with a whimper only puts you on Brackley's radar. Apparently they all have families to support etc.. but don't want to fight for a new contract or attract a decent alternative? No wonder they all wanted Mickey as full time manager,,,,,,, Eraser
  • Score: 0

9:00pm Mon 7 Apr 14

onthebench says...

LeGod wrote:
You look so dire.

Appointed the wrong manager who will take you no where.

All moaning at Wilder yet he would have probably at least got you in the play offs.

Still fantastic scenes seeing your players crying and flat out on the floor after saturdays game.

Another defeat i feel coming on at Plymouth who are pushing for a play off place.

Maybe you will reach mid table but will be made favourites again at the start of next season to go up but will do exactly the same again and Waddock will be sacked before Xmas.
To get you promoted you should have gone for Martin Allen as a stop gap although the football would have been dire (mind you it is now) but he would have sorted your side out and you would have had a chance of going up.

Great to see though for us not that far away.

Bye
You are so right in everything you say Le God. I wanted to join you and all of the other wonderful Swindon supporters in supporting the mighty reds down the A420. Sadly it Appears I do not have the appropriate qualifications however so I cannot be a Robins fan. I've not been in-bred or chewed enough straw to qualify. Shame!
[quote][p][bold]LeGod[/bold] wrote: You look so dire. Appointed the wrong manager who will take you no where. All moaning at Wilder yet he would have probably at least got you in the play offs. Still fantastic scenes seeing your players crying and flat out on the floor after saturdays game. Another defeat i feel coming on at Plymouth who are pushing for a play off place. Maybe you will reach mid table but will be made favourites again at the start of next season to go up but will do exactly the same again and Waddock will be sacked before Xmas. To get you promoted you should have gone for Martin Allen as a stop gap although the football would have been dire (mind you it is now) but he would have sorted your side out and you would have had a chance of going up. Great to see though for us not that far away. Bye[/p][/quote]You are so right in everything you say Le God. I wanted to join you and all of the other wonderful Swindon supporters in supporting the mighty reds down the A420. Sadly it Appears I do not have the appropriate qualifications however so I cannot be a Robins fan. I've not been in-bred or chewed enough straw to qualify. Shame! onthebench
  • Score: 6

8:10am Tue 8 Apr 14

hawkeye1 says...

Perhaps you could trade in the players for the Oxford Rowing team, at least
they have the winning mentality and don't just give up.
Perhaps you could trade in the players for the Oxford Rowing team, at least they have the winning mentality and don't just give up. hawkeye1
  • Score: 0

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