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Canada's Ian Hume (17) is held as he competes for the ball against Cuba's Alain Cervantes (18) while Cuba's Silvio Pedro Minoso (4) watches from behind during Gold Cup action at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Mass. Monday, July 14, 2003. Cuba beat Canada, 2-0. (AP Photo/Winslow Townson) (WINSLOW TOWNSON)
Canada's Ian Hume (17) is held as he competes for the ball against Cuba's Alain Cervantes (18) while Cuba's Silvio Pedro Minoso (4) watches from behind during Gold Cup action at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Mass. Monday, July 14, 2003. Cuba beat Canada, 2-0. (AP Photo/Winslow Townson) (WINSLOW TOWNSON)

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"I know I'm not as sharp and quick with my speech as I was before. I was quite bright with what I was saying. I'd remember so many more words. My grammar was a lot better. They told me it could take years before I'm completely mended on the inside." Canadian International Iain Hume of Barnsley speaks to the Daily Mail ahead of today's match against Sheffield United - one year plus a day after a blow to the head from Sheffield United's Chris Morgan left the striker, who was born in Scotland but raised in Brampton, Ont., in intensive care needing brain surgery that left him with an 18-inch scar. Morgan is suspended for the rematch."

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