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Reg Harrison dead at 97: Derby legend who was oldest living FA Cup winner passes away surrounded by family

DERBY legend Reg Harrison has passed away at the age of 97.

The former winger was the oldest living FA Cup winner, lifting the trophy in 1946.

He spent 11 years with the Rams between 1944 and 1955 before ending his playing career with Boston United and Long Eaton United.

Harrison scored 59 goals in 281 appearances for Derby.

As reported by The Times, Harrison died at around 9pm last night surrounded by family in the bungalow he lived in for 54 years.

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