Thanks but expect no favours!
Micky Adams was the man that brought Neill Collins to Sheffield United but The Blades defender has told his former boss not to expect any favours at the weekend.
Collins, as he told the official website, has praised his efforts with Port Vale and feels Adams "definitely deserves the success" he is having at Port Vale.
Should the Port Vale boss expect a favour from The Blades when they come to Bramall Lane on Saturday though in the FA Cup? No chance: 'Unfortunately, things didn't work out for Micky here a couple of seasons ago, but I will always be grateful to him for bringing me to Sheffield United.
'He has proved at Vale Park what a good manager he is and with him being a Unitedite it will be extra special for him coming back.
'He has worked tremendously hard and put some of his own money in so he definitely deserves the success he is enjoying at the present time. But we need to win at the weekend and put ourselves in the hat for the third round.'
With just one defeat in their last 14 and Sheffield United having a slight wobble this is going to be an interesting game that could go either way!
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