Last updated : 28 January 2003 By Editor
Speaking after making the draw, Gary Pallister said:

"I'm sure both clubs will be delighted with the draw and I'm sure it will be a
terrific game. Manchester United have home advantage but either way it's
going to be one hell of a game."

Robson added:

"You always look to get a home draw and I'm sure United will be happy with
that. If you are going to win the competition you have to beat the best."

And Van der Gouw chipped in:

"I don't see any reason why United can't win all four trophies. They are in
good form, they have a big squad and the young players are doing very well.
It would be a tremendous achievement and they can pull it off."

Speaking about the West Ham game he added:

"They were magnificent. We felt the first two goals were lucky but after that
they just passed the ball round like they always do. It was a terrible day for us
and the scoreline said it all.''

The full FA Cup draw is:

Man Utd v Arsenal
Southampton or Millwall v Norwich
C Palace or Liverpool v Gillingham or Leeds
Wolves v Rochdale
Fulham v Burnley
Stoke v Chelsea
Blackburn or Sunderland v Watford
Sheffield Utd v Walsall

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