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Oxford’s “massive disappointment”

Oxford-604905Reece Oxford is this morning reported as being “massively disappointed” that his loan move to Borussia Monchengaldbach has been cut short.

Having made the move into the Bundesliga to gain more first–team experience he has failed to make a single appearance for the team.

Sunsport reports that sources have declared:  “Reece hoped the move to Germany would work out better than it has, but it’s time to come back.

“Monchengladbach play a certain way and had a system in place before they signed Reece, and for some reason he has not fitted into what they are doing.

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“If he’s not going to feature after they were hammered 6-1, then when will he?”

The Hammers have been watching developments closely, with Oxford now set to return to East London in December.

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4 comments on “Oxford’s “massive disappointment”

  1. Briliant! Sorry to hear that Oxfords experience of Bundasliega has been mainly a tour of Germanys’ Substitute benches, but will be great to have him back with the squad and in the mix for playing time .
    Welcome Home Reece Oxford, we believe in you!!

  2. it was a waste of time, but worth trying. At least it shows yet again that he has a lot to work on. First Reading where he got a couple of starts ( one of them losing 7 – 1 ), and now MuncheonGladbach where he got no starts. They are not mugs.
    He certainly has potential, and a future with us but has it all to do. He will probably go out on lone again in January.

  3. I saw Glabach lose very badly against Dortmund. Saying they are no mugs is far from reality. They were slow and undisciplined in defence. Goalkeeper was caught several times with poor placement. I haven’t seen Oxford play lately (has anybody though?) but surely he could not have been as bad as these trunks in defence. Except for a couple of players, the whole Gladbach group looked like a bottom of table second division team. So why wasn’t Oxford given any play time ?

  4. Not just in Germany. He wasn’t rated much by Reading either. Could it be the claret n blue glasses again and we’re expecting more than he’s got?

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