Sunderland boss Gus Poyet has congratulated Bradford City for their FA Cup win over his Black Cats side.
He said his team tried their best and that it was a great cup tie. The former Spurs midfielder said he has no regrets.
"This is why the cup is the best competition in the world. I know what it means to Bradford fans."
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62' GOAL - Bradford 2 Sunderland 0. A clearance is intercepted and Stead slips the ball under Mannone. #BRASUN
Today's attendance at The Coral Windows Stadium is 24,021 (4,253) - A modern stadium record for the club! Many thanks for the support!
#bcafc LINE UP | City XI (vs Sunderland) Williams, Darby, McArdle, Davies, Meredith, Liddle, Morais, Knott, Clarke, Hanson, Stead
Bradford City have taken one of life's great philosophical questions and turned it on its head.
For years the great minds have pondered "Why?" - but today, Bantams fans are asking "Why not?" as they face up to Premier League side Sunderland.
Bradford miraculously came from 2-0 down at Stamford Bridge to beat Chelsea 4-2 in the last round.
Bradford City have the chance to pull off another FA Cup giant killing when they take on Sunderland at Valley Parade.
The Bantams pulled off what some consider to be the competition's greatest ever shock last month when they beat Premier League leaders Chelsea 4-2. Now the players have the chance to get Bradford to their first FA Cup quarter final in 39 years.
Manager, Phil Parkinson, said today's game would be a great day for the club:
Bradford City have been working hard to repair their bare Valley Parade pitch this week ahead of their FA Cup clash with Sunderland.Read the full story ›