Friends are desperately trying to track down Esther Beadle, assistant news editor at the Oxford Mail.
which contains a special 16-page Oxford United supplement.
'Kicking On' includes interviews with all 11 summer signings, while U's chairman Darryl Eales and head coach Michael Appleton give their thoughts on the upcoming campaign.
It also includes a pull-out poster of the squad, the lowdown on all 23 of United's rivals in Sky Bet League One, plus the chance to win a shirt signed by the squad.
If you live outside Oxfordshire or are unable to buy the paper, call 01865 425262 to order a copy.
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