THIS ONE IS FOR , YOU DAD; TOTTENHAM V ROCHDALE FA CUP FIFTH ROUND REPLAY Wembley, Ko 7.45pm; My Father Was My Hero and My Inspiration. He Died a Year Ago but I Know His Spirit Will Be with Me at Wembley Says Rochdale Manager KEITH HILL

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THIS ONE IS FOR , YOU DAD; TOTTENHAM V ROCHDALE FA CUP FIFTH ROUND REPLAY Wembley, Ko 7.45pm; My Father Was My Hero and My Inspiration. He Died a Year Ago but I Know His Spirit Will Be with Me at Wembley Says Rochdale Manager KEITH HILL


Byline: DAVID ANDERSON

KEITH HILL says he will feel his late dad's spirit when he leads Rochdale out at Wembley tonight.

Sunday was the first anniversary of the death of Hill's dad, also called Keith, and he still feels his loss keenly.

Hill revealed his dad was his inspiration throughout his career he was on the bench for Wem Leagu Dale's last trip to Wembley for the 2008 League Two play-off final against Stockport (left). He claims he will feel his presence tonight and that the glamour Cup replay is his tribute to him.

"My dad died 12 months ago and Sunday was the first anniversary," said the Dale boss. "He has been a constant inspiration and motivation for me. He's been my hero as far back as I can remember.

"He would stand there watching me play in all weathers. We had some great times together.

"I remember signing as a pro and my dad was there. I still have the photo. The last time we were at Wembley he was on the bench, so that was good.

"Wembley will certainly be a tip of the hat to my dad because I know he will be there."

Hill, 48, watched his sixyear-old son Sidney play football in the freezing cold on Sunday and he will be a mascot tonight to continue the family's association with Wembley. "It's come full circle," said Hill. "My dad used to watch me and I was doing it on Sunday with my boy Sidney.

"That's what you go through as a parent.

"He's a mascot. He won't be on the bench because he messes about too much! …

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