Craig Gordon had his arm broken by England forward Jermain Defoe, but the Scotland internationalist would like to take his revenge this afternoon at Hampden.
It was in November 2009 at White Hart Lane when Defoe left his impression on Gordon. The then Sunderland keeper was left with a snapped arm that required surgery and metal plates as well as mental scarring as Gordon faced recurring challenges to get back to full fitness.
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"Yes, there's a clause in the contract, which is hard to take, I think.
“There have been a lot of references to the Lisbon Lions and 1967. If we can replicate that it would be a nice way to finish. “If we do that then we do have a chance of taking something from this game.
That is all we have been focusing on, trying to get ourselves in the best possible place to go out there and give a good account of ourselves.
The 34-year-old striker, who could play his final home game against Swansea on Saturday, is currently assessing his options as the Black Cats prepare for life back in the Sky Bet Championship.
Moyes is hoping he decides to remain on Wearside, with potential suitors already forming an orderly queue.
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