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Norwich City drawn away to Wycombe in EFL Cup

Dennis Srbeny (left) helped Norwich reach round three, while Gareth Ainsworth will be hoping his team can pull off a shock. Credit: PA

Norwich City have been drawn away to League One side Wycombe Wanderers in the third round of the EFL Cup.

The Canaries knocked out Premier League newcomers Cardiff City in the second round as a brace from Dennis Srbeny and a goal from youngster Max Aarons secured a 3-1 win.

Wycombe beat Forest Green Rovers on penalties to reach this stage.

The tie at Adams Park will be played in the week commencing September 24.

Norwich won the last meeting between the sides in January 2010 when Korey Smith's strike saw them run out 1-0 winners in League One.

Tottenham could face Watford at Stadium MK. Credit: PA

Meanwhile, Tottenham Hotspur's home tie against Watford could be played at Stadium MK.

Spurs are still waiting to move into their new stadium and Wembley isn't available during the week of the third round.

As a result, Tottenham have applied to the EFL board for special dispensation to play the game in Milton Keynes.

The board will consider the request at its next meeting on Thursday 6 September before making a final decision.

Stadium MK is almost 50 miles away from Wembley.

"We appreciate that Stadium MK may not be an ideal destination for every fan to get to on a weekday evening, however the club felt it would not be beneficial to request a reverse of the fixture as it would have resulted in no more than a 10% allocation of tickets for our supporters at the venue of our opponents," a Tottenham spokesperson said.

"We are extremely conscious of having to ask our supporters to attend home matches at more than one venue and apologise for any inconvenience this may cause."

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Paul Tisdale: MK Dons reveal new manager

Paul Tisdale with MK Dons chairman Pete Winkelman Credit: ITV News Anglia

MK Dons have unveiled Paul Tisdale as their new manager.

The 45-year-old recently left Exeter City after 12 years in charge.

He was presented to the media by chairman Pete Winkelman after signing a long-term rolling contract at Stadium MK.

Matt Oakley and Mel Gwinnett have also joined as Assistant Manager and First-Team Coach respectively.

The trio will be hoping to lead the Dons back to League One at the first attempt after they were relegated last season.

“When the owner contacted me we discussed the opportunity for a fresh approach, both on and off the pitch," Tisdale said.

“We have a shared vision for the club and want to build a unique environment and culture - one which will best enable the players to perform and become part of a winning football team.

“I am excited by the club’s ambition and relish the challenge of guiding MK Dons to fulfil its undoubted potential.”

Meanwhile, the Dons have confirmed that former caretaker boss Keith Millen has left the club.

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