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Oxford City Football Club, Inc. (OTCQB:OXFC) Defeats Worcester City FC 2-0.

Oxford, UK (PRWEB) December 09, 2013

Oxford City travelled to Aggborough, Worcester City's temporary home, and came away with three well-earned points.

City started brightly and were rewarded early in the game when a long range effort from Tom Winters diverted past goalkeeper Vega via Worcester defender Regan. City continued to look threatening and earned a series of corners and their second goal came just 5 minutes later when Vega totally misjudged a punch clear presenting Robinson with the simple task of heading into an empty net.

Worcester had a small spell of pressure in the first half but it was to prove fruitless with the majority of the game belonging to City. Wilmott saw a chance cleared from the goalline and Andy Ballard saw a golden opportunity go begging when he failed to connect at the back post.

The second half saw Worcester introduce 2 substitutes but City dealt well and didn't allow the home side a moment on the ball, also offering a threat on the break with Jackson and Winters running the wings and Marvin Robinson putting in a superb shift as the lone centre forward.

City came closest late in the second half when a superb Winters volley from 20 yards out whistled past the post.

CEO of Oxford City FC Thomas Anthony Guerriero said, "This was a solid result and we are expecting to build off of these recent points to progress further up the league table."

Next Match
Oxford City v Workington.

Midweek Match...
Workington make the long midweek trek from Cumbria to Marsh Lane on Tuesday to face Oxford City in a Skrill North fixture (k.o. 7.45).
The visitors are having a difficult season and, along with fellow Cumbrians, Barrow, occupy a relegation spot. While City, having taken 10 points from their last six league games, will be looking for another win.

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