Cambridge is bracing itself for one of its biggest sporting encounters for years as Cambridge United entertain Manchester United in the FA Cup.
Thousands of excited Cambridge fans are looking forward to the game, not everyone in the university city is thrilled at the prospect.
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MK Dons manager Karl Robinson has admitted that Premier League side Newcastle United are interested in signing highly-rated midfielder Dele Alli.
The 18-year-old has attracted considerable interest from the top flight, but some reports have suggested that Newcastle could be about to jump to the front of the queue by tabling a £9million bid.
Robinson says that no official offer has been submitted yet however.
“There’s been a lot of talk over Dele and Newcastle United and certain clubs.
I think it’s a bit more than paper talk but there’s nothing that we’ve heard yet.”
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Manchester United manager Louis Van Gaal insists it won't be easy facing Cambridge United in the FA Cup tonight... even though there are 77 places between the two clubs.
Cambridge are currently 12th in League Two while the Red Devils - who beat League One Yeovil in Round Three - sit 3rd in the Premier League.
When you see Cambridge and you analyse Cambridge they play very direct, there's long balls, they have five or six players above one metre 90, so it's difficult for us to defend against.
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Cambridge United's longest serving player Josh Coulson says it will be "an honour" to play against manchester United when the clubs meet in the FA Cup tonight.
It's no doubt one of the biggest games of Coulson's career, although two wins at Wembley in the same season will certainly rank high on his list of 209 club appearances.
But the 25 year old says it's the draw every club wants.
When you're in the hat and man United are in there, you want Man United. Its just a pleasure and it'll be an honour to play against them.
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MK Dons have announced the loan signing of highly-rated Manchester City striker Devante Cole.
The 19-year-old, who is the son of former Manchester United forward Andy Cole, will stay at stadium:mk until the end of the campaign.
Cole has already spent time on loan at the Dons' League One rivals Barnsley this season, scoring seven goals in the process.
“Devante is a player I’ve wanted to bring to the Football Club for a long time.
He’s an exciting youngster who can play either on the wing or up-front, he’s quick and he knows how to score goals.
He’s held in high regard by Manchester City and the FA, having represented England at all levels from Under-16s to Under-19s, and I can’t wait to work with him for the remainder of the season.”
In other news, Dons boss Karl Robinson has been handed a four-match touchline ban.
It's after he was deemed to have used foul and abusive language towards a Bradford City player in September's defeat.
Colchester United have signed experienced striker Chris Porter on a free transfer.
Sheffield United agreed to cancel the 31-year-old's contract at Bramall Lane so that he could make the switch to Essex.
Porter has signed an 18-month deal with the U's, and will help to fill the void left by Freddie Sears who joined Ipswich Town last week.
Sears scored his first goal for Town in last night's 3-2 defat to Brighton and Hove Albion.
Colchester have also signed Millwall left-back Matthew Briggs on loan until the end of the seaon.
Peterborough United manager Darren Ferguson has been handed a two-match touchline ban.
The 42-year-old was sent to the stands at half-time during last week's defeat to Colchester United.
Ferguson admitted to using improper language and/or behaviour at a personal hearing yesterday. He's also been fined £1000 and warned about his future conduct.
His suspension won't come into effect until the Football Association receives the written reasons for the decision by the Independent Regulatory Commission.