Jack Tinn

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Jack Tinn (died 13 March 1971) was the manager of the English football club Portsmouth F.C. from 1927-1947. Under Tinn's stewardship Portsmouth won the FA Cup for the first time in their history when they beat Wolverhampton Wanderers 4-1 at Wembley in 1939. The FA Cup was kept safe under his bed throughout the war. Although Tinn departed in 1947 he is still credited with creating the great Pompey side which went on to win back-to-back league championships in 1949 and 1950. He famously credited the 1939 cup success to his 'lucky spats' which he wore in every round. He also guided Pompey to the 1929 and 1934 cup finals.

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Portsmouth F.C.