|Full name||Jack Abrahams|
|Place of birth||England|
|Burnley Union Stars|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
Abrahams joined Burnley in September 1885 and played in many friendly matches during the 1885–86 season, scoring his first goal for the club in the 1–2 defeat to Bolton Wanderers on 19 September. He scored thrice in total over the course of the campaign, adding to his tally with goals against Preston North End and Aston Villa. Abrahams remained an integral part of the Burnley side during the following three seasons and played at right-half in the club's first match in the Football League, a 2–5 loss away at Preston on 8 September 1888. In total, Abrahams made 13 league appearances for Burnley during the 1888–89 season, and scored once, netting the only goal of the game as Notts County were beaten at Turf Moor on 29 December. He left Burnley to join amateur side Burnley Union Stars in 1889.
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