Jimmy Jewell

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Jimmy Jewell was an English association football manager who during his career he coached Norwich City in 1939.[1]

During the First World War was in the R.N.A.S. and became one of the first pilots of the RAF.[2]

He refereed in the 1938 FA Cup Final as well seventeen international matches.[3]

During the Second World War, he served as a RAF Physical Fitness Officer.[4]

He worked as a television commentator for the B.B.C. during the 1948 Summer Olympics.[5]


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