Jackie Graham

Jackie Graham

Personal information

Full name
John Joseph Graham[1]

Date of birth
(1946-07-16) 16 July 1946 (age 70)

Place of birth
Glasgow, Scotland

Height
5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)

Playing position
Central midfielder, inside left

Youth career

Clydebank Strollers

Senior career*

Years
Team
Apps
(Gls)

1965–1966
Morton
6
(1)

1966–1969
Dundee United
27
(10)

1967
→ Dallas Tornado (loan)
11
(4)

1969–1970
Guildford City

(20)

1970–1980
Brentford
374
(38)

1980–1985
Addlestone & Weybridge Town

Farnborough Town

Hounslow Town

Woking

Burnham & Hillingdon

Staines Town

Total

418
(73)

Teams managed

1986–1987
Staines Town

1990
Staines Town (joint-caretaker manager)

* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

John Joseph “Jackie” Graham (born 16 July 1946 in Glasgow) is a Scottish former professional footballer and manager who played as a central midfielder and inside left. He is best remembered for the decade he spent in the Football League with Brentford, making over 400 appearances for the club. Graham was voted into the Brentford Hall of Fame in December 2013.[2]

Contents

1 Playing career

1.1 Morton
1.2 Dundee United

1.2.1 Dallas Tornado (loan)

1.3 Guildford City
1.4 Brentford
1.5 Non-league football

2 Managerial career
3 Coaching career
4 Personal life
5 Honours

5.1 As a player
5.2 As an individual

6 Career statistics
7 References

Playing career[edit]
Morton[edit]
Graham began his career in his native Scotland in 1965 with Scottish League Division One side Morton, scoring one goal in six league appearances for the club, before departing at the end of the 1965–66 season.
Dundee United[edit]
Graham moved to fellow top-flight side Dundee United for a £15,000 fee in the summer of 1966.[3] He failed to progress at Tannadice, making just 27 appearances over the course of three seasons, scoring 10 goals.[4] He departed the club at the end of the 1968–69 season.
Dallas Tornado (loan)[edit]
Graham moved to the United States to play for United Soccer Association side Dallas Tornado on loan during the 1967 season.[5] He scored four goals in 11 appearances in a dire season for the Tornado.[5][6]
Guildford City[edit]
Graham moved to England in the summer of 1969, joining Southern League Division One side Guildford City. He later revealed that the move was brought about because his girlfriend lived in the city.[7] Graham sco
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