|Full name||John Henry George Newman|
|Date of birth||13 December 1933|
|Place of birth||Hereford, Herefordshire, England|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
John Henry George Newman (born 13 December 1933) is an English former football player and manager.
Born in Hereford, Herefordshire, Newman played as a central defender, beginning his career with Birmingham City in 1951 where he won the Second Division and was on the losing side in the 1956 FA Cup Final.He moved on to Leicester City and then to Plymouth Argyle, for whom he made over 300 appearances between 1960 and 1967. In 1966, he played for the Football League representative team which beat the Irish Football League 12–0 at Home Park; the Football League team contained seven of the 1966 World Cup-winning team. He then moved on to Devon rivals Exeter City, where he was made player-manager in 1969, continuing in the manager's role after he retired from playing in 1972. He moved on to Grimsby Town, gaining promotion to the Third Division, and had a largely unsuccessful eleven months in charge at Derby County, before returning to his home town to manage Hereford United.
|Exeter City||1 April 1969||21 December 1976||377||138||98||141||36.60|
|Grimsby Town||21 December 1976||11 July 1979||137||60||30||47||43.80|
|Derby County||25 January 1982||7 November 1982||38||6||13||19||15.79|
|Hereford United||1 March 1983||2 October 1987||231||83||58||90||35.93|
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