VIDEO: Cup triumph delights Blades boss

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Nigel Clough, the Sheffield United manager, told his players they could be set for an all Steel City quarter-final during the interval of yesterday’s dramatic FA Cup victory over Nottingham Forest.

United moved to within 90 minutes of Wembley after goals from Chris Porter (2) and Conor Coady cancelled-out Jamie Paterson’s opener for the visitors and ensured the possibility of meeting Sheffield Wednesday edged a step closer after the League One club were handed a home tie against either Charlton Athletic or Stuart Gray’s side in the last eight.

Jubilation at Bramall Lane after Uniteds great comeback to beat Nottingham Forest 3-1 in the  FA Cup fifth round yesterday 

� BLADES SPORTS PHOTOGRAPHY
Jubilation at Bramall Lane after Uniteds great comeback to beat Nottingham Forest 3-1 in the FA Cup fifth round yesterday � BLADES SPORTS PHOTOGRAPHY

With former England international Robert Lee and his son Olly performing the draw midway through the first-half of a pulsating fifth round tie with Forest, Clough said: “We knew what had happened. We thought we might not tell the lads, pondered the idea for a few seconds and then thought ‘What the hell.’

 

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