BE­WARE A BLADES STUN­NER! Kyle sends out shock warn­ing

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“It’s go­ing to be a dif­fer­ent game from the Pre­mier League.

“Some­times we’re go­ing to have to dig deep, dig our heels in and have a bit of a bat­tle.

“We have to grit our teeth and get through it, and then hope­fully our foot­ball will show why we’re in the Pre­mier League.

“But first we have to get through that stage to earn the right to play.”

Walker is also a Blades fan. He revealed: “I was in the car driving home when the draw was made and my phone started go­ing crazy. STILL A BIG FAN: Walker in action for Sh­effield United in 2009 I wanted Sh­effield United to get to the fi­nal, but foot­ball can be a cruel game some­times.

“I play for Tot­ten­ham and I want to win things. That’s why I be­came a foot­baller.

“I want to show my son medals and tro­phies and tell him, ‘Dad won this’.”

Nigel Clough says Sh­effield United will en­joy their day out in Lon­don by giv­ing Tot­ten­ham a fright.

The Blades boss said: “We don’t fear it. We are aware of how good they are, but we don’t go into too much de­tail, oth­er­wise we’d be shak­ing be­fore we even get onto the pitch.”

United have al­ready beaten West Ham and QPR in cup competitions this term.

And Clough added: “It is some­thing we are all proud of.

“It is lovely, when you look at the teams on pa­per, that there is a curve ball in there in Sh­effield United.

“It’s not a fi­nal four that you would see ev­ery other week in the Pre­mier League.

“It is some­thing a bit dif­fer­ent.” PROUD: Nigel Clough BAD MOVE: Mi­ral­las took the penalty in­stead of Baines

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