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JAMIE'S FA CUP DREAM

Posted on 4 January 2008  - 12:00

Jamie O’Hara’s memories of watching Spurs in the FA Cup as a boy makes Saturday’s Third Round clash with Reading even more special for him.

Jamie O’Hara’s memories of watching Spurs in the FA Cup as a boy makes Saturday’s Third Round clash with Reading even more special for him.

It could be the 21-year-old midfielder’s first game in the competition and another landmark in his recent progression into regular first-team action.

And should he be involved against Steve Coppell's side, he will certainly have some famous moments from our FA Cup history to call on.

Jamie said: “I remember watching FA Cup games growing up and seeing a few thrillers. I’ve got a few DVDs at home of the Spurs v Arsenal games and Gazza scoring that free-kick. My Dad always puts those on if we’re doing well! It’s a great competition to be involved in.

“It’s always been a dream of mine to play at Wembley in an FA Cup Final for Spurs, so if we do well this year, you never know.

“I think we can win a trophy this year. We’ve got a great chance in the Carling Cup and if we can get a good run going in the FA Cup, then why not? There aren’t any teams out there we can’t beat on our day, so I think we can win some trophies.”