"Jack" Young (1895 in Tyne and Wear – 1952) was a defender and winger who played for Southend United, West Ham United and Queens Park Rangers. West Ham signed him for £600 from Southend in 1919, and he played for the club 138 times, scoring 3 goals. He was part of the West Ham team that won promotion to the First Division and also appeared in the famous White Horse Final, the first FA Cup final to be held at the brand new Wembley Stadium, during the 1922-23 season. He joined Queens Park Rangers in 1926.

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  • 45xCe modèle est-il pertinent ? Cliquez pour en voir d'autres.Cet article ne cite pas suffisamment ses sources (avril 2010). Si vous disposez d'ouvrages ou d'articles de référence ou si vous connaissez des sites web de qualité traitant du thème abordé ici, merci de compléter l'article en donnant les références utiles à sa vérifiabilité et en les liant à la section « Notes et références » (modifier l'article, comment ajouter mes sources ?). John « Jack » Young (né en 1895 – mort en 1952) est un joueur de football évoluant aux poste de défenseur et ailier. Il a joué pour Southend United, West Ham United et Queens Park Rangers. (fr)
  • "Jack" Young (1895 in Tyne and Wear – 1952) was a defender and winger who played for Southend United, West Ham United and Queens Park Rangers. West Ham signed him for £600 from Southend in 1919, and he played for the club 138 times, scoring 3 goals. He was part of the West Ham team that won promotion to the First Division and also appeared in the famous White Horse Final, the first FA Cup final to be held at the brand new Wembley Stadium, during the 1922-23 season. He joined Queens Park Rangers in 1926. (en)
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  • "Jack" Young (1895 in Tyne and Wear – 1952) was a defender and winger who played for Southend United, West Ham United and Queens Park Rangers. West Ham signed him for £600 from Southend in 1919, and he played for the club 138 times, scoring 3 goals. He was part of the West Ham team that won promotion to the First Division and also appeared in the famous White Horse Final, the first FA Cup final to be held at the brand new Wembley Stadium, during the 1922-23 season. He joined Queens Park Rangers in 1926. (en)
  • 45xCe modèle est-il pertinent ? Cliquez pour en voir d'autres.Cet article ne cite pas suffisamment ses sources (avril 2010). Si vous disposez d'ouvrages ou d'articles de référence ou si vous connaissez des sites web de qualité traitant du thème abordé ici, merci de compléter l'article en donnant les références utiles à sa vérifiabilité et en les liant à la section « Notes et références » (modifier l'article, comment ajouter mes sources ?). John « Jack » Young (né en 1895 – mort en 1952) est un joueur de football évoluant aux poste de défenseur et ailier. (fr)
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