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Wigan Athletic   Views: 547
David Jack new manager of the Latics 1952   Comments: 8
Photo: Keith Beckett   Item #: 29643  
 
David Jack new manager of the Latics 1952
 
  David Jack meets the directors.
Syd Smith on the left, Syd Littler third from left.
 

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Comments by RON HUNT, 13th August 2017  
David Jack, now that man was a LEGEND.

Comments by AH, 14th August 2017  
is this the same david jack that scored wembleys 1st goal for Bolton 1926 FA cup final

Comments by RON HUNT, 14th August 2017  
Yes it is.

Comments by AH, 14th August 2017  
Thanks ron sorry it was 1923 first final Bolton v aston villa david jack received 2 medals ,winners & 1st goal scored at wembley

Comments by AH, 14th August 2017  
Sorry again West ham united

Comments by Jeff Rourke, 14th August 2017  jeffrourke1951@outlook.com 
He didn't actually take the job as his wife was ill in a London Hospital at this time. Ted Goodier was finally appointed in June 1952. It was 1923 that he scored in the first Wembley final by the way.

Comments by Philip Gormley., 14th August 2017  
Ron/AH: There's a colourised 'still' of the 1923 FA Cup Final, at Wembley Stadium, which shows the crowd having overflowed onto the pitch.

Comments by Bert, 14th August 2017  
Syd Smith, PG Preston, Syd Littler, David Jack, William Swalwell, Arthur Horrocks, Tom Hitchen, Jack Farimond.
(William Swalwell was the son of Wigan Town director, Anthony Swalwell)

 
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