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Cambridge United's FA Cup run over despite valiant Manchester United effort

Juan Mata celebrates scoring Manchester United's opener. Credit: PA

Cambridge United's hopes of causing an FA Cup upset in their fourth round replay at Old Trafford were dashed after they were beaten 3-0 by Manchester United.

The U's had a great chance to open the scoring in the first minute when Tom Elliott was put through by Daley Blind's mistake, but he could only find the post.

Cambridge United players clap their fans at the end of the game. Credit: PA

They were made to pay for that miss in the end as the Premier League side took control.

Juan Mata opened the scoring midway through the first-half, and United added another shortly after through Marcos Rojo.

Substitute James Wilson put the game to bed in the second-half with a fine strike from outside the box.

United will now go on to play Preston North End in the fifth round.

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Hamilton: "We couldn't deny Andreu his Norwich City move"

Tony Andreu (left) has signed for Norwich City. Credit: PA

Hamilton Academical say that they couldn't stand in the way of Tony Andreu's move to Norwich City.

The 26-year-old completed his move to Norfolk last night in a deal thought to be in excess of £1million.

Frenchman Andreu has scored 12 goals in the Scottish Premier League this season, and will link up again with his former manager Alex Neil at Carrow Road.

Hamilton say that they will use the funds received to produce more young players in the future.

"After last Saturday’s spirited display at Dundee we thought we would enjoy a period of stability to allow Martin (Canning), his staff and new players to settle in.

However, we were disrupted yet again when late yesterday afternoon Norwich City tabled an offer for Tony (Andreu).

As you are all aware we will not deny staff or players the opportunity to improve their circumstances and so it has proven with Tony.

The sums received will be reinvested entirely within the club structure to assist us in producing more quality players and to allow us to expand our ever increasing community programs.

In conclusion I would thank Tony for his terrific play and goals that have lit up the last twelve months at the club. He has been an admirable player and person for us in all respects."

– Ronnie MacDonald, HAMILTON vice-chairman
Dorrans (left) saw his move to Norwich City collapse at the final hurdle. Credit: PA

Despite securing Andreu's services, the Canaries saw a swap deal with West Brom involving Graham Dorrans and Martin Olsson collapse at the final hurdle.

It's understood that Dorrans was prepared to join Norwich, but the deal fell down when Olsson failed to arrive for his West Brom medical on time.

However, according to The Daily Mirror, Dorrans will move to the Canaries on a temporary basis when the loan window opens next week.

C'mon you U's! Fans set off for the Theatre of Dreams

Cambridge United supporters are well on the way to Old Trafford for their FA Cup clash with Premier League giants Manchester United. Coaches and cars left the city earlier this afternoon. We caught up with some of the fans as they set-off from the Abbey Stadium for what promises to be a night to remember whatever the result.

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Dream move for non-league striker

Among many of the deals on Transfer deadline day a dream move for a non-league player from Bedfordshire.

Barton Rovers striker Keshi Anderson has joined Premier League Crystal Palace after impressing the club during an Under 21 match last week when he scored a hat-trick in six minutes!

The nineteen year old has scored sixteen goals for Rovers in the Southern League Division One Central this season and had been training with Luton Town. Now he's a Premier League player having signed a contract with Palace until the end of 2016.

The transfer fee is undisclosed.

MK Dons re-sign former captain Andrews on loan

Keith Andrews is back at MK Dons. Credit: PA

MK Dons have signed former captain Keith Andrews on loan until the end of the season.

The 34-year-old left stadium:mk to join Blackburn Rovers in 2008 after leading the Dons to promotion from League Two.

However, the Irishman is now back at the club after Bolton Wanderers sanctioned the move.

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