Jack Chaplin

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John Fowler Chaplin (10 October 1882 – 15 April 1952) was a Scottish football player and manager. Chaplin played for Dundee, winning the Scottish Cup in 1910, and represented the Scottish League. [1] He later managed Huddersfield Town.

His brothers were fellow professional players George Chaplin and Alex Chaplin. [2]

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References

  1. http://www.londonhearts.com/SFL/players/johnchaplin.html
  2. "Scotland – Wales 2:1". IFFHS.
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