Jack Fairbrother

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For the forward of the 1950s and 1960s, see John Fairbrother.

John "Jack" Fairbrother (16 August 1917 – October 1999) was an English professional football goalkeeper, best known for his time at Newcastle United shortly after the Second World War. His uncle George Harrison played for Everton and England.

He became the coach of Maccabi Petah Tikva in 1958,[1] where he stayed until January 1959.[2]


  1. ^ Maccabi P.T.'s Manager Arrived from England Hadshot HaSport, 12 January 1958, p. 1 (Hebrew)
  2. ^ A Romanian Manager to Maccabi P.T. Ma'ariv, 11 January 1959, Historical Jewish Press (Hebrew)

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