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Alloa Athletic V Oxford United

Alloa Athletic
vs.
Oxford United

Recreation Park

10th July 2013

19:30hrs

Chris Wilder takes his team to bonny Scotland for the next preseason match.

Player manager Paul Hartley is the man in charge of Alloawho has seen his team promoted two years on the trot. 2011/12 Champions Division 3 and 2012/13 Runners up Division 2

Alloa Athletic Team News:

Alloa team last match:1 Craig McDowall,2 Michael Doyle,3 Trialist - Craig McLeish,4 Ben Gordon,5 Jason Marr,6 Darren Young,7 Trialist - Mark Lamont,8 Willie Robertson,9 Andy Kirk,10 Kevin Cawley,11 Graham Forsyth

Subs who they replaced in brackets:12 Stephen Simmons (6),14 Iain Flannigan (2),15 Jonathan Tiffoney (3),16 Eddie Ferns (9),17 Trialist - Brian Coyle (8),18 Russell McLean (5),14 Steven Smith U17,15 Scott Hynd (7) U17,16 Chad Meechan (15) U17,17 Lee McLelland (10) U17,GK Scott Bain (1)

Player to watch: Andy Kirk

The Northern Ireland man has scored 157 goals for Glentoran, Hearts, Boston, Northampton, Yeovil and Dunfermline before signing for the Wasps

Oxford United Team News:

Oxford went with two teams in each half at Ardley see below: One change is that Sam Long has been drafted in to replace Tyrone Marsh in the squad.

Oxford 1st half:Ryan Clarke,Dave Hunt,Matt Heath,Jake Wright,David Lynn,Scott Davies,Andy Whing,Jon Meades,Tyrone Marsh,James Constable,Sean Rigg.

Oxford 2nd half:Max Crocombe,Matt Bevans,Michael Raynes,Kenzer Lee, Tom Newey,Alfie Potter,Asa Hall,Danny Rose,Callum O'Dowda,Paul Kitson, Deane Smalley.

Player to watch: Matt Heath

Could Matt be the central defender we are still lokking for?

Match Facts & Stats

Alloa Athletice was founded in 1878, joined FA in 1883 and was admitted to League 1921.

Known as the Wasps due to the club colours being black and gold hoops.

They play in Alloa which is in the greatly named Clackmannanshire...

Match Prediction:

Alloa 2 Oxford 2 Scorers Hall and Kitson

Next Fixtures:

Saturday 13th July Berwick v Oxford ko 15:00hrs


Writer:Terry
Date:Wednesday July 10 2013
Time: 1:33PM

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