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FA Cup
Quarter-Final: Sunday 9 March 2003

Sheffield United 1 - 0 Leeds United
(Half-time: 0 - 0)
Crowd: 24633
Referee: S Bennett (Orpington)
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Match Facts
Sheffield United Team Leeds United
Paddy Kenny   Paul Robinson
Robert Page   Danny Mills Booked - 84 minutes
Rob Kozluk   Teddy Lucic
Shaun Murphy   Raúl Bravo
Michael Tonge   Ian Harte Booked - 9 minutes Subbed - 79 minutes
Michael Brown   Lucas Radebe Booked - 90 minutes
Nick Montgomery   Seth Johnson Booked - 76 minutes
Philip Jagielka   Paul Okon Subbed - 79 minutes
Stuart McCall   Harry Kewell Subbed - 45 minutes
Booked - 58 minutes Goal - 78 minutes Steve Kabba   Alan Smith
Wayne Allison   Mark Viduka
Colin Cryan   Nigel Martyn
Jean-Phillipe Javary   Matthew Kilgallon
Grant Smith   James Milner Sub - 79 minutes
Laurens Ten Heuvel   Eirik Bakke Sub - 45 minutes
Paul Peschisolido   Nick Barmby Sub - 79 minutes
Match Reports
BBC Kabba ends Leeds dream
The Guardian Kabba puts a cap on Blades' season of surprises
The Independent Leeds fall to Kabba's knockout punch Kabba's cutting edge takes Blades past Leeds
The Sporting Life Sheffield United 1 - 0 Leeds United
The Electronic Telegraph Leeds finished off by Kabba
The Times Warnock's warriors stun Leeds
Yorkshire Evening Post United hopes of a silver lining blown away by distinct shortage of passion

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Kabba puts a cap on Blades' season of surprises - Daniel Taylor

Copy from Football Unlimited of 10/03/2003.

Bramall Lane witnessed a match here that most people will want to forget but one of which Sheffield United and their followers will cherish the memories.

Having to watch the type of Sunday-morning huff and puff that will have been replicated on craggy parks throughout south Yorkshire yesterday was a small sacrifice when the upshot was a place in the FA Cup semi-finals. The knowledge that Watford will accompany the Blades in today's draw will help too.

For their manager Neil Warnock, a passionate, verbose hometown hero in an era of mercurial imports, it was "the finest hour" of a remarkable season that has also seen his side reach the semi-finals of the Worthington Cup and mount a serious campaign for promotion from the First Division.

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