Clark anticipates FA Cup thriller

21 January 2009 01:26
"It'll be fantastic and it should be a good day, it's on television and hopefully the money that we can get will be spent on some players," he added."At the Stoke game there was a really good atmosphere and hopefully we'll get the crowd behind us."Having spent the bulk of his career playing in the bottom half of the Football League, Clark, like many of his team-mates, is enjoying the limelight that their giant-killing has brought them.And despite the gulf in league positions between the two clubs, the centre-back is adamant that their illustrious opponents will be in for a tough game."Obviously they're managed by [Gianfranco] Zola, who if you named 10 of the greatest players in the Premier League would be one of them," he said."They're doing really well, we'll have to be really on our game but it will be tough for them but they know that and I think it will be a good game."The 25-year-old has played more than 150 games for Pools since joining on a free transfer from Sunderland in 2004.

Source: BBC_Sport