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Last Updated: Tuesday, 17 April 2007, 13:50 GMT 14:50 UK
Ex-Colchester captain Cram dies
Bobby Cram, the captain of the Colchester team that stunned Leeds in the 1971 FA Cup, has died aged 68.

The Fourth Division side defeated Don Revie's Leeds 3-2 in a fifth-round tie at Layer Road in one of the greatest cup shocks of all time.

Cram was at West Brom for eight years before joining the U's, for whom he played more than 100 games, in 1969.

The uncle of former British middle distance runner Steve Cram, he died of a heart attack in Canada.



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