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Capital One Cup R2 draw

Louis van Gaal's Manchester United will face MK Dons in the second round of the Capital One Cup.

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delboy (Stoke City) says...

This is the first time i've actually wanted Man United to win a match. MK Dons are a disgrace to football.

Posted 11:01am 14th August 2014

mufc phil (Manchester United) says...

Glad that we are away, pity it's to the franchise, would have preferred a more deserving lower league club to get the revenue drawing United brings. Philanthropic.

Posted 10:00am 14th August 2014

ScRipt69 (Manchester United) says...

Oh god do we have a whole season of this from Arsenal fans, one FA Cup and they are suddenly the team to beat. Oh I forgot they have already won the league like they did last year (up until xmas)

Posted 9:45am 14th August 2014

fpssteve (Accrington Stanley) says...

United in the second round of carling Cup oh yeah along with the other mid table teams :)

Posted 7:21am 14th August 2014

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