Stimson targets Spurs showdown
The Gills' mean defence made it four home wins, and four clean sheets, on the spin as Curtis Weston's seventh goal of the season settled the tie. And Stimson, who began his playing career with Spurs in the 1980s, admits there is only one name he wants to see his side drawn up against. "I'll be watching the draw hoping we pull one of the big boys out," said Stimson. "Tottenham away would be my dream draw. A Premier League side away would do so much for this club and that's the reason why we give it our all in the FA Cup. "It was a fantastic finish from Curtis. I said to him at half-time to get forward more and he did and it was a great goal. "I knew it would be a tough game. This is the FA Cup and people are going to put everything in to get through and I knew Burton would be up for it."
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