GALLERY: Capital One Cup enjoys tour of Cambridge as Cambridge United prepare to take part for first time in 10 years

10:52 08 August 2014

Richard Money with the Capital One Cup.

Richard Money with the Capital One Cup.

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The Capital One Cup has been taken on a tour of Cambridge.

The cup stopped off at King’s College, enjoyed a trip on the river and was clutched by Cambridge United boss Richard Money.

Cambridge United will take part in the Capital One Cup, which is exclusively for the 92 Premier and Football League teams, this season after gaining promotion to League Two in May.

The U’s 2-1 play-off final win over Gateshead at Wembley ended a nine-year exile from the Football League.

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