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Daggers out of drop zone after draw

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Cambridge maintained their unbeaten start to 2015 with a 1-1 draw against Dagenham, who climb out of the relegation zone on goal difference.

The U's, who drew with Manchester United on Friday, took the lead after 23 minutes. Ryan Donaldson's corner was flicked by Michael Nelson to Cameron McGeehan, who swept home his third goal in two league starts.

Tom Elliott had earlier gone close, charging down goalkeeper Mark Cousins' clearance and seeing the ball drop just wide of the post.

The Daggers had scored...

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Cambridge to splash out on toilets after Man United FA Cup windfall

Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal expected a difficult FA Cup tie, and got one against Cambridge United.

Cambridge United are planning to spend the cash earned from their money-spinning FA Cup run on upgrading the Abbey Stadium -- starting with the toilets.

Cambridge are thought to have earned in excess of 1.5 million pounds so far from reaching the fourth round and taking Manchester United to a replay at Old Trafford, with only 112,500 pounds of that coming from FA prize money.

The Us received a further 144,000 pounds for the first game against Man United being broadcast live on television, which may...

Cambridge star Tom Champion gets hold of Manchester United shirt

Cambridge United's players were warned before their FA Cup clash with Manchester United that swapping shirts with one of the Premier League's finest would cost them 40 pounds.

Indeed, Cambridge coach Richard Money, despite his name, said: "We're not wealthy enough to give any of our shirts away. If they give their shirt away they're going to have to replace it."

So how do you get yourself a souvenir without having to pay for it? Follow Tom Champion's lead and manage to get Michael Carrick's shirt...

Cambridge boss defends pitch after Louis van Gaal criticism

Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal expected a difficult FA Cup tie, and got one against Cambridge United.
MK Dons proved wasteful in their first round tie against minnows Cambridge City

Cambridge head coach Richard Money has defended the Abbey Stadium pitch after it was criticised by Louis van Gaal.

Manchester United's boss said "every aspect of the match is against us'' after his men were held to a 0-0 FA Cup draw by the League Two side on Friday night.

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It was a tough evening for the three-time European champions and they must face the underdogs again for the right to make the fifth round. They will do so on their home turf, though, rather than on a pitch which Van Gaal was critical...

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Louis Van Gaal: Game's 'every aspect' against Man United after goalless draw

Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal expected a difficult FA Cup tie, and got one against Cambridge United.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley contends that this poor display from the Red Devils is a sign that tough times are on the way.

Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal complained "every aspect of a match is against us" after Cambridge deservedly earned a FA Cup fourth-round replay at Old Trafford.

Van Gaal and his distinguished visiting side endured an uncomfortable evening at the Abbey Stadium in a goalless draw which will live long in the memory for Cambridge, the lowest ranked side remaining in the competition.

"Every aspect of a match is against us," Van Gaal said. "We have to come here, the pitch is not so good, but that...