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Date of Birth October 22, 1932
Place of Birth Poplar, London, England
Country England
Profession N/A
Horoscope Libra

Gordon Jago Biography

Gordon Jago is a famous , who was born on October 22, 1932 in Poplar, London, England. According to Astrologers, Gordon Jago's zodiac sign is Libra.

Gordon Harold Jago MBE (born 22 October 1932) is an English former football player and manager, and the former director of the Dr. Pepper Dallas Cup international youth tournament.

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Born in Poplar, London, Jago began his professional career as a center back in the Football League at Charlton Athletic, with whom he joined in the 1954–55 season from non-league team Dulwich Hamlet. Prior to Charlton, he played in six full internationals as a member of the England U20 squad. He made a total of 147 appearances for Charlton, scoring one goal, at The Valley. His final season with the Addicks was 1961–62 before he moved back to non-league football, managing Eastbourne United. He started his coaching career with a spell at Fulham.

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In 1970 Jago joined Queens Park Rangers as a coach and became manager in January 1971. It was under his guidance that the basis of the QPR team which in 1975–76 would come within a point of the League title was assembled. He signed pivotal players such as Stan Bowles, Don Givens, Dave Thomas and Frank McLintock and led the club to promotion to the First Division in 1972–73. Jago left the club in October 1974 and was later appointed manager of Millwall where he remained until 1977. In 1976 Jago took Millwall from the Third to the Second Division.

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He returned to North America to coach the NASL side, Tampa Bay Rowdies between 1978 and 1982. He saw great success especially early on in Tampa, losing in the outdoor final in both 1978 and 1979 and winning an indoor championship in his second year. Jago would return the Rowdies to the indoor final in the 1981-82 season, but came up short on his second try. He took the Rowdies to the outdoor post-season in four of his five years in Tampa, before resigning in the latter part of a disappointing 1982 outdoor campaign.

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After a very brief stint as the general manager at QPR in 1984, Jago later had two separate stints as coach of indoor soccer side Dallas Sidekicks between 1984 and 1997. In between he served as the Sidekicks' team president. In 1996 he also became a ten percent stakeholder in the club. In 1998 Jago stepped down as coach for good. He became President of the World Indoor Soccer League until the merger with the MISL for the 2002–03 season. From 2013 to 2016 Jago served as the colour commentator to Norm Hitzes for the Dallas Sidekicks' televised MASL home games.

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