Jack Sharp, né le 15 février 1878 à Hereford (Angleterre), mort le 28 janvier 1938 à Liverpool (Angleterre), est un ancien footballeur anglais, qui évolue au poste d'ailier droit à Everton et en équipe d'Angleterre.Sharp a marqué un but lors de ses deux sélections avec l'équipe d'Angleterre entre 1903 et 1905. Sharp est également un joueur de cricket, il joue pour l'équipe d'Angleterre.

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  • Jack Sharp, né le 15 février 1878 à Hereford (Angleterre), mort le 28 janvier 1938 à Liverpool (Angleterre), est un ancien footballeur anglais, qui évolue au poste d'ailier droit à Everton et en équipe d'Angleterre.Sharp a marqué un but lors de ses deux sélections avec l'équipe d'Angleterre entre 1903 et 1905. Sharp est également un joueur de cricket, il joue pour l'équipe d'Angleterre.
  • John "Jack" Sharp (15 February 1878, Hereford – 28 January 1938, Wavertree, Liverpool) was an English sportsman who is most famous for his eleven season playing career at Everton F.C. from 1899-1910 which saw him win two caps for his country as well as being a cricketer for Lancashire who played in 3 Tests for England in 1909.From 1899 to 1914 he played cricket regularly for Lancashire and played in every match of 1904 when the Championship was won without a defeat. After the War he played as an amateur and captained the Lancashire side from 1923 to 1925.His position on the football pitch was right winger. After being signed from Aston Villa Sharp went on to be a Championship runner-up on three occasions with Everton, scored a goal in the club's 2–1 defeat to Sheffield Wednesday in the 1907 FA Cup Final and was an FA Cup winner one year previously against Newcastle United. His portrait appeared on 14 editions of cigarette packets, the mark of a popular sportsman at the time.When his playing career ended, Sharp became a director of Everton, a position he held for many years. He started a sports shop in Whitechapel Liverpool, which existed until the 1980s before being taken over by JJB Sports and later closed. There was also a shop in Chester, within the Grosvenor Precinct. His shop was the official supplier of playing strips to both Everton and Liverpool for many years.His brother, Bertram, was also a footballer with Aston Villa, Everton and Southampton who later became a director of Everton as well as a cricketer with Herefordshire County Cricket Club.
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  • Jack Sharp, né le 15 février 1878 à Hereford (Angleterre), mort le 28 janvier 1938 à Liverpool (Angleterre), est un ancien footballeur anglais, qui évolue au poste d'ailier droit à Everton et en équipe d'Angleterre.Sharp a marqué un but lors de ses deux sélections avec l'équipe d'Angleterre entre 1903 et 1905. Sharp est également un joueur de cricket, il joue pour l'équipe d'Angleterre.
  • John "Jack" Sharp (15 February 1878, Hereford – 28 January 1938, Wavertree, Liverpool) was an English sportsman who is most famous for his eleven season playing career at Everton F.C. from 1899-1910 which saw him win two caps for his country as well as being a cricketer for Lancashire who played in 3 Tests for England in 1909.From 1899 to 1914 he played cricket regularly for Lancashire and played in every match of 1904 when the Championship was won without a defeat.
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