Northampton Town manager Rob Page says the chance to face Manchester United in the League Cup is 'fantastic' news for the club.
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Northampton Town's EFL Cup game against Manchester United has been selected for live TV coverage.
The third round tie will now take place on Wednesday 21 September and will be shown on Sky Sports.
The Cobblers say they will release ticket details in the coming days, with demand expected to be extremely high.
Northampton Town manager Rob Page says the prospect of facing Manchester United in the League Cup is "fantastic" news for the club.
The Cobblers will play José Mourinho's side at Sixfields in September after they were drawn together in last night's draw.
It marks an incredible turnaround for Northampton who nearly went out of business a year ago.
Twelve months ago, there was talk of administration and players not being paid.
So to all of a sudden within 12 months be talking about Man United coming to Sixfields is fantastic - not just for the club but the town as a whole.
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Northampton Town have signed former Tottenham Hotspur winger Emmanuel Sonupe on a free transfer.
The 20-year-old has joined on a deal until the end of the season following a successful trial.
Sonupe has previously spent time on loan at Scottish club St Mirren and becomes the Cobblers 12th signing of the summer.
Emmanuel has pedigree behind him having come from Tottenham, and we know there is a young player with potential there.
He is a little raw and is still learning, but he has trained with us every day, we have seen him improve and we think we have something to work with.
We will work with him, we will develop him and we think he can develop into an asset for us. He’s got a fantastic attitude since he started training here and he has fitted in really well.
Northampton Town have signed up Welsh international Lewin Nyatanga on a season-long loan from Barnsley.
The 27-year-old started his career at Derby County and has played over 100 games for Bristol City and Barnsley. He has also played 34 times for Wales.
He'll be unavailable for the Cobblers against his parent club in the EFL Cup tomorrow.
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Northampton Town have signed experienced winger Matt Taylor on a free transfer.
The 34-year-old has played for the likes of Portsmouth, Bolton Wanderers and West Ham United in the Premier League and helped Burnley gain promotion to the top flight last season.
Taylor has signed a one-year contract at Sixfields and could make his debut in the Cobblers' opening League One game against Fleetwood Town on Saturday.
Matt is a big signing for us.
He has attracted a high level of interest from some Championship clubs over the last couple of months, but with our good location for him we have been able to convince him to make the move to Sixfields.
He has proven quality, he is a winner, he gives us something different and he will fit in well with the other players we have at the club.
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