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Timmy and Oxford United

Hallowed turf!

Timmy loves football and follows Oxford United. After 4 years in the Football Conference, former winners of the Milk Cup, Oxford have won promotion in specatular fashion at Wembley!

The play off contenders - Oxford utd and Argentina?!

Did you say keep off the pitch?!

Oxford players salute their fans!

There's a happy Mallett!

Timmy and Batty!

Timmy and legend Joey Beauchamp!

Timmy and hero Dennis Smith!

Timmy meets the giant keeper Ryan Clarke!

Timmy and the Wacadwaving Beast!

Tennis lessons - with Jack Midson and Chris Evans!

Timmy supports the 12th Man initiative
"It's great to have utterly yellow blood through your veins and wear the wristband forever!"

Timmy played in the Oxford United Celebrity match May 2009. You can see all the action here!

It's a family thing - supporting your team!

There's always room for a true yellow Fan!

"OK Ollie - I'll shout louder!"!

Timmy was invited to take part in a penalty shootout. He duly dispatched some crackers (much to everyone's amazement including son, Billy)

Peter Rhodes Brown brings out Mallett and son to face the big world of penalties!

Keeper looks on in amazement! as Timmy blats the ball into the net!!

Me big chief penalty taker!

keeper squats down to be same size as Mallett man!!!

Oh No! I'll never chosen now!

I was only this far away from scoring!

That's a spare ball in case he punctures the first one!!!

Who made these goals so wide??!

The crowd can't believe what they've just seen!!

Magnetic hands on all of us!!

Many thanks to Darryl at the club and the devoted Oxford fan Aaron Strong who travelled 200 miles from West Yorkshire to take these photos of a demonstration of penalty taking !

United's open day was a great success and Timmy was on the pitch the address the fans and bring out the new team.

Jim Smith, Nick Merry and Timmy United in optimism for the new season!! "I'm looking forward to the end of the seaon" said former manager and Director Jim Smith "and a better fixture list next year!"

Former Chairman Nick Merry applauds Timmy's hat "I want one of those!"

Timmy and Miss England Ellie Glynn in the dugout discuss - well anything you like really - they were having a great time together!!

The Oxford Mail and Oxford United have joined forces to produce the hugely popular yellow wrist band!

Funniest sight of the day!!

Bring on the teams - it's a thriller!

Billy Mallett was delighted to be the mascot! "I'll never wash my shirt again!"

Believe me! I'm Oxford til I die!

the teams come out for another magic game!

Billy and his special Uncle Martin cheer an Oxford win!

Timmy played in Sky TV's The Match!

Timmy loves playing 5 a side football with the Cookham Wanderers. His goal scoring skills are legendary - they make great myths!

Our sporting hero enjoys scuba diving, and water sports, but don't ask him to bungee jump. Life's exciting enough!

Sky news came to interview Timmy Pinky Punky is part of family of Malletts, explains Timmy and nobody wants dodgy imitations!Just the one and only original!

Contact Timmy via:
John Miles Organisation,
Tel: 01275 854675 / 856770,
Fax: 01275 810186
Cadbury Camp Lane, Clapton in Gordano, Bristol, BS20 7SB

Timmy does a regular podcast for the Oxford Mail following the fortunes of OXFORD UNITED FOOTBALL CLUB.
Click the links below...

WEMBERLEE!! We're on our way!

promotion via the playoffs?!

Oxford old boys!

The drama of the Barrow FA match!

Who would be a football official?

Our advice before the last game in League 2

Timmy played in Sky TV's The Match!

Which way to go then? Timmy leads another successful midnight bike ride across the home counties!

Timmy awards the cricket trophy to the Bangladesh international team playing in Cookham!

Mr Mallett! Can I play football? West Ham's mascot, Herbie the hammer, has been mistaken for Timmy's trademark Pinky Punky Mallet and West Ham United have backed down to avoid any confusion.

Oxford Utd's mascot Ollie the Ox!

Timmy gives his opinions on the game to Oxford Utd's webmaster and programme editor Chris Williams."It was a clear penalty!"

Timmy goes to the Mad Stad to help Reading win promotion to the Premiership.

Timmy played baseball for a celebrity team at lords cricket ground.

As well as football Timmy has played charity baseball, cricket and golf and has cycled the London to Brighton annual event. His bike proudly has a coumputer that tells him how far he's gone and how many times he's fallen off! He's led some foolhardy friends on some fabulous overnight and sunset bike rides across the Thames valley and Chilterns. "I love the sense of discovery and adventure on a bike!"

Timmy went on a cycling adventure in Morocco from the Atlas mountains to the Sahara. Find out more here!