MK Dons manager Karl Robinson says that his side's historic 4-0 win over Manchester United shows the potential of the club.
350 police officers will be on the streets of Ipswich tomorrow ahead of the first East Anglian derby in 3 years
Norwich City manager Neil Adams has defended the club's decision to sell midfielder Leroy Fer.
Peterborough United have completed the signing of Gateshead forward Marcus Maddison.
The 20-year-old has made a big impression since joining Gateshead following his release from Premier League giants Newcastle United.
Maddison has agreed a four-year contract with Posh.
I'm delighted to intro Marcus Maddison,a talented 20 yr old who can play wide & number 10 role. Goals/Assists/Flair! http://t.co/mbI6jf89yE
– Darren Ferguson, Peterborough United manager
"He is a really good player and I really like him. He is a good age, 20-years-old, fits the bill in terms of what we are after.
He is a player that has had a go at the big time, didn't quite work out as he had hoped but he has gone into the non-league and is on his way back up again."
Meanwhile, Posh goalkeeper Joe Day has joined Newport County on a one-month loan deal.
Norwich City have signed highly-rated Falkirk midfielder Conor McGrandles for an undisclosed fee.
The exact cost of the transfer hasn't been revealed by either club, but it's thought that the Canaries have paid in excess of £1million to land the 18-year-old.
Norwich made the decision to move for McGrandles following a recommendation from current Norwich assistant manager Gary Holt, who left Falkirk this summer.
The Bairns have described it as a record sale for them, with McGrandles signing a three-year contract, with the option of a further 12 months, at Carrow Road.
– Conor McGrandles, Norwich City
"It feels brilliant to be here, a dream come true really. I never expected it to happen so quick, but I'm just really delighted to be here.
I know Gary Holt through our time at Falkirk and he was a big factor in me coming here. He told me all about the place and sold it really well."
Meanwhile, Norwich could be set to announce another new signing today with the club thought to be closing in on Club Brugge midfielder Vadis Odjidja-Ofoe.
It's understood that the Belgian has now penned a three-year contract after the two clubs agreed a fee of between €4million and €5million.
That fee would rise again if the Canaries gained promotion to the Premier League.
The draw for the third round of the Capital One League Cup has been made.
MK Dons reward for their historic win over Manchester United is a home tie against Bradford City.
Norwich City will travel to League Two Shrewsbury Town.
Club Brugge midfielder Vadis Odjidja-Ofoe is heading to England for a medical ahead of a potential move to Norwich City, according to reports in Belgium.
It's thought that the 25-year-old said goodbye to his teammates yesterday.
The Canaries will still need to agree personal terms with the player.
Odjidja-Ofoe has a €7million release clause in his Brugge contract, but it's believed that Norwich would pay more around the €5million mark.
The Canaries have also been heavily linked with highly-rated Falkirk winger Conor McGrandles, but could face late competition from Aston Villa.
Meanwhile, Norwich defender Ryan Bennett is set for a spell on the sidelines.
He underwent surgery yesterday on an ankle injury picked up in Saturday's win over local rivals Ipswich Town.
MK Dons have thrashed Manchester United in the Capital One Cup 4-0.
Both Will Grigg and Benik Afobe scored a brace against a young side fielded by Louis Van Gaal.
Club Brugge midfielder Vadis Odjidja-Ofoe will decide in the coming days whether he wants to move to Norwich City.
Talks are thought to be at an advanced stage between the two clubs, but personal terms still need to be agreed with the player.
Odjidja-Ofoe was a second-half substitute in Brugge's 3-1 defeat to Mechelen yesterday, and the 25-year-old was tight-lipped about his future after the game.
– Vadis Odjidja-Ofoe, Club Brugge
"I am currently still a player of Club Brugge.
My contract is still ongoing here and I still do my best for the club.
Whether this was my last game in black and blue, I don't want to say anything about it."
Norwich City boss Neil Adams praised goalscorer Lewis Grabban for his performance against arch-rivals Ipswich Town.
Ipswich Town defender Luke Chambers said slack defending cost Ipswich the game.
The former Nottingham Forest star said the game had been relatively even and is already looking forward to the return fixture.