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Rufus Smalls

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Class players always seem to have time and space when they are on the ball ........ Cowans had bags of both. Great player to watch.
 

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Class midfielder one of the best/fav I’ve seen in a Blades shirt would fit into our current side like a dream , gave an absolute mastery performance against 1-0 win Arsenal in replay at The Lane in 96 .
I wish Sid all my best wishes in his fight against this fkg awful illness I saw my mother go through . Great player , great bloke , respected throughout the game ⚔️
 

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Class midfielder one of the best/fav I’ve seen in a Blades shirt would fit into our current side like a dream , gave an absolute mastery performance against 1-0 win Arsenal in replay at The Lane in 96 .
I wish Sid all my best wishes in his fight against this fkg awful illness I saw my mother go through . Great player , great bloke , respected throughout the game ⚔
There is nothing I can add to this - everything you have said mirrors my own feelings. Thanks!!
 

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There is nothing I can add to this - everything you have said mirrors my own feelings. Oh how I would have loved to see him in this present side. Hw would have strode around BDBL like the colossus he was. Thanks!!
 

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Sid Cowans was one of the few players I’ve watched who made the game look really easy. His legs always entertained me too - looked like they were made of rubber at times.
Top, top class & this is sad news - best wishes to Sid & his family & friends.
Alzheimer’s is a cunt. It’s ravaged my in-laws & it’s so hard losing them once while they’re alive then again when eventually they curl their toes up.
F-I-L died with it in 2015 & M-I-L now needing full time care as a result of it.
So many people with it & as medicine keeps us alive longer, we’ll notice it even more.
 

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