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Cambridge United complete Carroll signing

Jake Carrolll has moved to Cambridgeshire. Credit: PA

Cambridge United have signed left-back Jake Carroll from League Two rivals Hartlepool United.

The 25-year-old moves to the Cambs Glass Stadium for an undisclosed fee.

Carroll has represented the Republic of Ireland at youth level and previously played for Huddersfield Town.

He has agreed a contract until the summer of 2019 with the U's.

I’m really pleased to be here because it’s a club clearly going in the right direction and with real ambition.

I’m relishing the chance to play my part in a team that is challenging in the top half of the division. I have heard nothing but good things about the club and its close-knit group of players, so I’m really looking forward to it.

I’ll be looking to get my head down, work hard, and earn a place in the team to show everyone around the club what I can do.

– Jake Carroll, Cambridge United

Elsewhere in League Two, Colchester United have extended the loan of Reading winger Tarique Fosu until the end of the season but Glen Kamara has returned to parent club Arsenal.

Cambridge's Derry 'disappointed' by manner of FA Cup exit

Cambridge United manager Shaun Derry admitted he was "disappointed" with his side's second-half performance after were knocked out of the FA Cup by Leeds United last night.

The U's looked on course for an upset when Uche Ikpeazu put them ahead, but Leeds turned the game on its head after the break to seal a 2-1 win and book their place in round four.

You generally look back over 90 minutes of football, and it tells you a story.

Tonight's story was that it was a really good 45 minutes - but that was it.

The second-half was disappointing from our side.

– Shaun Derry, Cambridge United manager

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McGreal and Derry nominated for Manager of the Month

Colchester manager John McGreal and Cambridge's Shaun Derry are both up for Manager of the Month Credit: PA

Colchester manager John McGreal and Cambridge United's Shaun Derry are both up for the League Two Manager of the Month award for December.

They're up against Gareth Ainsworth at Wycombe Wanderers and Exeter City's Paul Tisdale.

Colchester ended the month unbeaten to lift themselves to just outside the play-offs having earlier been fighting relegation.

Meanwhile, Cambridge moved into play-off positions after they're unbeatable run and only dropping two points in their last seven league matches.

The winner will be announced on Friday.

Abuse claims 'relate to Peterborough Utd and Cambridge Utd'

Cambridge United and Peterborough United are both caught up in the allegations. Credit: PA

Cambridgeshire Police are investigating "multiple allegations" of sex abuse relating to both Cambridge United and Peterborough United.

The force received the allegations from the NSPCC over the weekend and are now investigating.

Both clubs have yet to comment on the claims.

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Former Cobblers striker says he was abused by some Cambridge fans

Cambridge United have asked Wycombe Wanderers to provide more details of alleged racist abuse after their striker Adebayo Akinfenwa highlighted it in tweets after the game.

Adebayo Akinfenwa tweeted about the alleged abuse Credit: PA

Adebayo Akinfenwa says he's never had a problem with abuse on the pitch before.

Cambridge United have asked Wycombe to provide more details for their investigation.

Akinfenwa has previously spent two spells playing for Northampton Town. Cambridge lost 2-1 to Wycombe on Saturday.

Dramatic victory for Cambridge United in FA Cup replay

Shaun Derry's side are through to the next round of the FA Cup Credit: Cambridge United

Dover Athletic 2-4 Cambridge United

Cambridge United are through to the second round of the FA Cup after a dramatic victory against National League side Dover Athletic.

The first-round replay at the Crabble Athletic Stadium was taken to extra time after Mark Roberts equalised in stoppage time.

It looked to be heading to penalties after the game was taken to two-all in extra time- but two goals in the space of three minutes from the U's Medy Elito and Ben Williamson saw them go through to the second round where they'll play Coventry.

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