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Wednesday boss impressed with his young goalkeepers

Sheffield Wednesday 0 Swansea City 0

By Eleanor Crooks

Sheffield Wednesday boss Jos Luhukay believes in Joe Wildsmith and Cameron Dawson he has the best goalkeeping resources of his career.

Luhukay was appointed manager at Hillsborough last month after two decades of experience in Germany and has been hugely impressed by the two 22-year-olds.

Wildsmith has the number one shirt in the Championship while Luhukay has turned to Dawson in the FA Cup, and he produced a stunning save to keep out Mike van der Hoorn's header against Swansea on Saturday and earn Wednesday a 0-0 draw and a fifth-round replay.

"I'm so long in football but in all my time I have not found two such good goalkeepers like we have," said Luhukay.

"In the time I've been here, Joe has been fantastic in the Championship and Cammie is fantastic in the FA Cup."

The sides must now do battle in south Wales for the right to play either Tottenham or Rochdale - a game both clubs could have done without.

Wednesday in particular have a hectic schedule and go straight into preparing for a Championship clash away to Millwall tomorrow.

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