DAVID Oldfield wants to help Oxford City reach the next level ahead of his first league game in charge at Hampton & Richmond Borough.. The club is looking to build on the strong foundations that are already in place, with continued progression on the pitch and further growth of the vital community links around the city. 020 8971 4339 Email Neil, SUBSCRIPTIONS 020 8971 4332 Email David, Matt Badcock, editor Queens Park Rangers defender Gubbins links up with David Oldfield’s side on an initial two-month loan deal. https://t.co/bNlKAlUGjx pic.twitter.com/bt7YV98e6u, — The National League (@TheVanaramaNL) March 6, 2020. David Oldfield is aiming to bring more success to Marsh Lane ? NE8 3DA. You will be redirected once the validation is complete. Midfielder George, meanwhile, rejoins the club after a spell last season. The former Manchester City, Luton Town and Leicester City midfielder takes over with the side 12th in the Vanarama National League South, nine points off the play-offs and seven above the relegation zone. Oxford City have confirmed the appointment of new manager David Oldfield. NEW Oxford City manager David Oldfield was introduced to supporters before watching the 3-1 loss to Chippenham Town.. Oxford City have appointed David Oldfield as their new manager. City’s sporting director Justin Merritt said: “We are delighted to welcome David to Oxford City, his appointment brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the club combined with a desire to help the club to achieve its ambitions. David Emery, editor in chief Mar 2020 – Present 6 months. Oldfield told Oxford City’s website: “I am very pleased to be joining Oxford City and look forward to working with the players and staff at the club, both on and off the pitch. The home of non league football news. “The club is looking to build on the strong foundations that are already in place, with continued progression on the pitch and further growth of the vital community links around the city. As well as exclusive match reports and pictures from all of Saturday’s fixtures in the Vanarama National League, the BetVictor-Sponsored Isthmian League, Southern League and Northern Premier League, The Non-League Paper’s live coverage extends all the way to Steps 5 and 6. On 3 May 2008, Oxford City were promoted from the Southern League Division One South and West with a 1–0 win over Uxbridge. Former Oxford United star David Oldfield is the new manager of National League South Oxford City. 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Includes the latest news stories, results, fixtures, league tables, video and audio. www.thenationalleague.org.uk is using a security service for protection against online attacks. Mar 6, 2020 | Chimp Weekly Top Story, newsnow, Top Stories. Ballard will now be Oldfield’s assistant, with Ross Jenkins first-team coach and Alan Foster as goalkeeping coach. Posted 2 weeks ago Interviews. Unveiled by the Hoops on Friday morning, the 51-year-old UEFA Pro Licence holder will take charge of United’s local rivals for the first time on Saturday when City host Chippenham Town. Oldfield, 51, was manager of Brackley Town over a decade ago, and has had coaching roles at West Bromwich Albion, MK Dons, Stevenage, as well as being assistant manager at Peterborough United, Burton Albion and Queens Park Rangers. “David will further mentor Andy, Ross and the coaching staff and build upon our clear philosophy and playing style. www.thenationalleague.org.uk is using a security service for protection against online attacks. We spoke to David Oldfield following Oxford City's 1-1 draw away at Chelmsford City in the Vanarama National League South. Oxford City have appointed David Oldfield as their new manager. “I know the passion of Oxford City supporters and very much hope to bring more success to achieve all of our collective ambitions”. Tweets by @NonLeaguePaper View David Oldfield’s profile on LinkedIn, the world's largest professional community. We are delighted to announce the appointment of David Oldfield as the new first team manager. Oldfield said: “I am very pleased to be joining Oxford City and look forward to working with the players and staff at the club, both on and off the pitch. Please enable cookies on your browser and try again. available David Oldfield. National League clubs to go bust without help. Since retiring from playing, David has coached extensively at Peterborough United, West Bromwich Albion, MK Dons, Burton Albion and Queens Park Rangers. ?? Since Mark Jones’ departure as manager in October, Andy Ballard has held the fort. The experienced Oldfield has held coaching numerous roles since departing Brackley Town in 2008 including twice stepping up at Oxford United as caretaker manager. After over four months of searching, Oxford City have finally found their man! The service requires full cookie support in order to view this website. Oxford City manager David Oldfield had some positive words for Tamworth after they suffered a 6-1 FA Cup defeat at the hands of the Hoops on Tuesday night. ? POST MATCH INTERVIEW - Chelmsford City 1-1 Oxford City. David has 4 jobs listed on their profile. Unveiled by the Hoops on Friday morning, the 51-year-old UEFA Pro Licence holder will take charge of United’s local rivals for the first time on Saturday when City host Chippenham Town. “I know the passion of Oxford City supporters and very much hope to bring more success to achieve all of our collective ambitions.”, Designed by Elegant Themes | Powered by WordPress, HYPoint, Saltmeadows Road, Gateshead, Tyne & Wear. The 23-year-old is an Antigua and Barbuda international. Oxford City have made two new additions, with Joe Gubbins and AJ George joining. “I’m looking forward to working with David to develop player recruitment strategies and the football infrastructure.”. The former Luton Town, Manchester City, Leicester City, Millwall, Stoke City, Peterborough United and Stafford Rangers midfielder replaces caretaker boss Andy Ballard, who’s held the reins at Marsh Lane since the departure of Mark Jones by mutual consent in mid-October. Image courtesy of thenationalleague.org.uk, This article was brought to you by The Non-League Paper, the UK's best-selling football title on the newsstand, on-sale every Sunday.To subscribe to The Non-League Paper CLICK HERE, Tagged National League South, Oxford City, Oxford City FC, Vanarama, Vanarama Conference South. David began by explaining how he stared his career at Luton Town, 9,000 miles away from his birthplace in western Australia. Former Oxford United star David Oldfield is the new manager of National League South Oxford City. document.getElementById('newsnowlogo').style.cursor='pointer'; In their first season in the Premier Division they finished in 6th place, narrowly missing out on the playoffs. Sam Emery, Head of Sales It was … Continue Reading Everything Oxford City Boss David Oldfield Said About Tamworth. This process is automatic. The former Manchester City, Luton Town and Leicester City midfielder takes over with the side 12th in the Vanarama National League South, nine points off the play-offs and seven above the relegation zone. He is currently manager at Oxford City. document.getElementById('newsnowlogo_a').style.textDecoration='none'; See the complete profile on LinkedIn and discover David’s connections and jobs at similar companies. 020 8971 4337 Email Sam, Neil Wooding, Trade Marketing Manager David Charles Oldfield (born 30 May 1968 in Perth, Australia) is an ex-professional footballer, currently in charge of the reserve and U18 teams at Peterborough United.Oldfield attended Ousedale School in Newport Pagnell as his Secondary School and still holds the 100 metre record to this day. According to a club statement, Ballard is staying on as Oldfield’s number two. 020 8971 4339 Email Dave, ADVERTISING AND MARKETING Please enable JavaScript on your browser and try again. Vanarama National League South club Oxford City have announced the appointment of David Oldfield as their new manager. The former Manchester City and Leicester City midfielder takes over from caretaker boss Andy Ballard, who has held the reins at Marsh Lane since mid-October. 020 8971 4333 Email Matt, Dave Watters, online editor Non-League Paper sees fans start party that everybody wants to go to, Eleven National League clubs call for funding allocation review. !function(d,s,id){var js,fjs=d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0],p=/^http:/.test(d.location)? Make sure you get your copy of The Non-League Paper on Sunday for the latest news and action from across Non-League over the last seven days. www.thenationalleague.org.uk is using a security service for protection against online attacks. The service requires full JavaScript support in order to view this website. 020 8971 4333 Email Subscriptions, David Oldfield returns to cross town and take Oxford City helm. Oldfield previously played for Oxford United and led the club as caretaker boss in 2005. https://t.co/IkLEk8KDQn #Hoops #City1882 #Oxfordshire pic.twitter.com/Tluc48IUJB, — Oxford City FC (@OxCityFC) March 6, 2020. This article was brought to you by The Non-League Paper, the UK's best-selling football title on the newsstand, on-sale every Sunday.