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‘Unreal business’, ‘At last’ – These Oxford fans react to club’s latest piece of transfer business

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Compared to some of their other potential promotion rivals this coming season, Oxford United haven’t been too active in terms of incomings – but they have added a fourth new player to their squad today.

Key players such as Rob Atkinson and Josh Ruffels have departed this summer and whilst the former hasn’t yet been replaced, the latter now has and it’s Birmingham City’s Steve Seddon who will take over at left-back.

The 23-year-old has signed a three-year contract at the Kassam Stadium, with the Blues deciding to cash in on a player with less than a year remaining on his contract.

Seddon has experience in League One, having played for AFC Wimbledon on loan on two separate occasions and also featured for Portsmouth in the same division, once again on a temporary deal.

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Lee Bowyer gave Seddon a chance in the first-team at St. Andrews at the end of the season but he clearly didn’t see enough in him to keep him around for any longer, with Chelsea’s left-sided youngster Juan Castillo arriving recently to push Seddon down the pecking order, which has led to his exit from the Blues.

Birmingham’s loss though is Oxford’s gain and their fans have been reacting to the signing on social media.


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Article title: ‘Unreal business’, ‘At last’ – These Oxford fans react to club’s latest piece of transfer business

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