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Old 03-08-2017, 10:59 AM
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Although captain of the successful promotion winning 68/69 team and featuring in subsequent 1st division campaigns, John Sewell used to cop quite a lot of unfair stick, due mainly to him refusing to commit to a tackle, as encouraged to by the crowd and the tendency to launch the ball forward, being nicknamed 'shovel'.
In general, he was a pretty intelligent player, also being a successful penalty taker. Amongst the players, he was known as 'the Duke' for his snappy dress sense.
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