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Topic - James Hanson
"It just shows if you keep working hard then anything can happen. To score a goal to take us to Wembley is unbelievable," said James Hanson, who headed in the crucial goal that secured Bradford's progress on Wednesday.
"Three years ago I was working in the Co-op (supermarket) while playing non-league for Guiseley, so it's days like this why you want to be a professional," he said. "Thankfully, all the hard work I've put in has been amazing."