Tommy Jackson (footballer, born 1898)

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Thomas Jackson (16 March 1898 – 1975) was a football player in the early years of professional football in England, who played over 200 games for Aston Villa as a goalkeeper. He was mentioned in season 4 episode 2 of the British television drama series Peaky Blinders.

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