as reported by cambridge-news.co.uk,

Greg Taylor was part of one of the most famous FA Cup giant-killings in recent times – but he will be trying to avoid a banana skin on Sunday.

The U’s travel to National League North side Guiseley AFC, looking to safely negotiate a tricky first round tie.

But five years ago he was helping cause a massive upset when his Luton Town side, then in the Conference, knocked out top flight Norwich City.

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“That was brilliant to be a part of,” he said. “It was the first time a Conference team had knocked out a Premier League team. They put out a decent side (including an on-loan Harry Kane) but we were just too good for them on the day.

“I don’t know if they underestimated us, but we certainly won’t be doing that with Guiseley on Sunday. We’ve done our homework and will go out and do a professional job.

“We will aproach it the same way we approach any other game and give Guiseley the respect they deserve. You only have to look at how many times bigger clubs are knocked out by smaller ones to know what can happen.”

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On the flip side of the coin, Taylor has also been an FA Cup underdog too, having been part of the u’s side which famously took Manchester United

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