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|team 1||score||team 2|
|Shrewsbury||3 - 2||Portsmouth|
|Player rating||5.0 (what is this?)|
|Shrewsbury Town||Aldershot Town||31 Jan 2013||On Loan|
|Oxford United||Shrewsbury Town||15 May 2012||Free Transfer|
|Unassigned Players||Oxford United||5 Aug 2010||Free Transfer|
|Luton Town||Unassigned Players||10 May 2010||Released|
|Unassigned Players||Luton Town||7 Aug 2008||Free Transfer|
|Shrewsbury Town||Unassigned Players||23 Jul 2008||Contract Ended|
|Birmingham City||Shrewsbury Town||16 Jan 2008||On Loan|
|Boston United||Birmingham City||16 May 2006||Free Transfer|
|Birmingham City||Boston United||6 Jan 2006||Undisclosed|
|npower League 1||Shrewsbury Town||4 (11)||0||1||0|
|npower League 2||Aldershot Town||12 (4)||0||0||0|
|The FA Cup sponsored by Budweiser||Shrewsbury Town||1 (0)||0||0||0|
|Capital One Cup||Shrewsbury Town||0 (1)||0||0||0|
|Johnstone's Paint Trophy||Shrewsbury Town||0 (1)||0||0||0|
Shrewsbury have made their first signing of the summer with the capture of midfielder Asa Hall from Oxford United.
Asa Hall is set to leave Oxford United after failing to agree a new contract with the League Two club.
Oxford trio Wayne Brown, Asa Hall and Adam Chapman have all been offered new contracts by the League Two club.
Oxford boss Chris Wilder has praised midfielder Asa Hall after the midfielder scored both goals in Tuesday's 2-0 win at Accrington.
Swindon manager Paolo Di Canio admitted his players weren't able to handle playing in a derby as they crashed 2-0 at local rivals Oxford.
Chris Wilder couldn't hide his delight as his Oxford side sent their supporters into raptures with a 2-0 derby victory over Swindon.