Season 2019-2020: December
An Overview Of Oxford City In December 2019
"We were doing magnificently well, heading into the festive period of the season. It was no time to stop our push for honours and we were content with working hard to achieve our goals."
Oxford City Continued An Incredible Unbeaten Start To The Campaign
Unbeaten again! Victories over Southport and Maidstone United started the month off very well for us before a thrilling penalty shootout victory over Oxford United in the FA Cup Second Round replay. We followed that up with a professional victory over Halifax Town in the league and a narrow victory over East Thurrock United in the FA Trophy. The players began to become very tired as the month came to an end, drawing our final two games. Overall, not bad. Could have been better, though.
Player of the Month
Kabongo Tshimanga Was Oxford City's Star Player During December 2019
Kabongo Tshimanga was back to his goal scoring supreme as he scored six goals in the festive month of December. The striker was crucial in our cup games, and quite creative in our league games. Beast.
Kabongo Tshimanga's Season Stats
PotM Awards: 3
Fouls Committed: 28 (1.00 per game)
Fouls Against: 38 (1.36 per game)
Yellow Cards: 2
Red Cards: 0
Shots On Target Ratio: 52.17% (36/69)
Dribbles Completed: 9 (0.32 per game)
Key Passes: 18 (0.64 per game)
Crosses Completed: 5 (0.18 per game)
Pass Completion Ratio: 75.00% (351/468)
Headers Won: 80 (2.86 per game)
Minutes Played: 2,014
Average Rating: 7.05
Key Tackles: 0 (0 per game)
Tackles Won Ratio: 100.00% (13/13)
Interceptions: 4 (0.14 per game)
Distance Covered: 224.0km (8.00km per game)
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Wage: £350 p/w
Oxford City Are Top Of The Table After 25 Games
Our unbeaten run had kept us on top of the table, with other teams still in touch. Six points separated us and second placed Aldershot Town, who were determined to make sure we didn't get any further away from them.
Oxford City's Finances Were In Good Condition
Our balance got a significant boost from the FA Cup replay. Prize money and a record attendance helped bring in a rake of cash for the club. Lovely.
Oxford City Will Play Against Wigan Athletic In The FA Cup
What a month of football ahead of us! A trip to Gateshead what start the year, before setting off to play against Wigan Athletic in the FA Cup Third Round. We weren't expected to win but we were set to give them and their manager Tony Pulis absolute hell. Other highlights would include a top of the table clash against Aldershot Town and an FA Trophy fixture against Maidstone United.
, will forever be a legend!
, thank you for the kind words! I just try to make the most of everything that happens in the game and I'm glad that it translates well.
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