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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.