[The Star] - The only two bits of transfer news was the signing of Laurent Roberts from Lorient in France, not the one in East London, and Mark Wilson being released from his contract to join Oxford United. We wish him well and I have happy memories of Mark from
[The Guardian (blog)] - Mark Wilson: the former Manchester United midfielder, who left Old Trafford for Middlesbrough for £1.5m in and was most recently at Doncaster Rovers, has joined Oxford United until the end of the season. Michael Duberry's unconventional hat-trick
[FootballFanCast.com] - Chris Wilder has brought in Oli Johnson and Mark Wilson until the end of the season, while Scott Rendell has come in from Wycombe on loan, also for the duration of the season. Johnson arrives as a free agent after his contract with Norwich was
[expressandstar.com] - Jon Parkin, Anthony McNamee and Jonathan Forte were all players who would have improved our team who moved to clubs around us instead; while Mark Wilson's move to Oxford was just plain annoying, then again the 31 st January has never been particularly
[expressandstar.com] - Boss Dean Smith today revealed he failed in a deadline-busting move for ex-Walsall loanee Mark Wilson. The Saddlers failed to agree personal terms with the midfielder who joined League Two Oxford yesterday after being released by Doncaster.
[Witney Gazette] - Although striker Scott Rendell and midfielder Mark Wilson have been at the club for two weeks since joining from Wycombe and Doncaster respectively, the big freeeze has meant they have yet to play for Chris Wilder's side.
[Banbury Cake] - Oxford United boss Chris Wilder completed a busy transfer deadline day by signing former Doncaster Rovers midfielder Mark Wilson and Wycombe striker Scott Rendell. Wilson, 33 later this month, has joined on a permanent deal from the Championship side
[The Oxford Times] - New signings Scott Rendell, Mark Wilson and Mehdi Kerrouche are added to a squad missing the injured Alfie Potter (ankle), Tom Craddock and Jon-Paul Pittman (both hamstring injuries). Rendell, Kerrouche, Oli Johnson and James Constable are likely to