Middlesbrough are set for a major transfer coup by beating Spurs and Fulham to the signature of Rochdale defender Craig Dawson.
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Manchester UnitedRochdale(5) 1(3) 1FT-PensManchester United wins 5-3 on Penalty Kicks.Game DetailsLive football odds with bet365. Bet Now »GameCastLineups and StatsManchester United advance to the fourth round of the Carabao Cup following their 5-3 victory on penalties over third-tier Rochdale. To watch the Carabao Cup, subscribe to ESPN+. ESPN FC's Mark Ogden details the dismal situation facing Manchester United on and off the pitch. Craig Burley says Manchester United is throwing out players hoping they pan out without a true plan in place. Manchester United's current malaise was laid bare as they struggled past third-tier Rochdale 5-3 on penalties after a 1-1 draw in the Carabao Cup third round at Old Trafford on Wednesday.Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side, showing nine changes from the one that lost at West Ham United in the Premier League on Sunday, laboured against their League One opponents before taking the lead through Mason Greenwood in the 68th minute.- Carabao Cup: Chelsea get Man United, Liverpool face Arsenal- Replay...Man United squeak past Rochdale on penalties
Manchester United advance to the fourth round of the Carabao Cup following their 5-3 victory on penalties over third-tier Rochdale. To watch the Carabao Cup, subscribe to ESPN+.Rochdale shock Man United with equalizer
Carabao Cup: Luke Matheson (76') Manchester United 1-1 Rochdale. To watch the Carabao Cup, subscribe to ESPN+.
Carabao Cup: Mason Greenwood (68') Manchester United 1-0 Rochdale. To watch the Carabao Cup, subscribe to ESPN+.Pogba misses a sitter for Man United
Carabao Cup: Paul Pogba (34') Man United 0-0 Rochdale. To watch the Carabao Cup, subscribe to ESPN+.Rochdale midfielder Joe Thompson - who beat cancer twice - forced to retire at 29
Joe Thompson in action for Rochdale during a League One clash with Northampton in 2016.Joe Thompson, the Rochdale midfielder who has beaten cancer twice in the past six years, has been forced to retire at the age of 29 after admitting that he has pushed his body to the "absolute limit."The former Manchester United trainee has announced his decision after being unable to overcome a hamstring injury sustained on the opening day of the League One season against Burton Albion in August.Editor's PicksTop 30 players under 21 in men's soccerFreddy Adu: 'I'm not ready to give it up'- Viewers guide: Stream ESPN+ in U.S.- Follow Transfer Talk LIVE- Fantasy: Set lineups, check scores!"My decision to retire has been one of the hardest I've ever had to make," Thompson said. "After...