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John Morton (26 February 1914 – 8 March 1986), better known as Jackie Morton, was an English professional footballer who played as a forward in the Football League for West Ham United. Morton made 275 appearances and scored 57 goals for the East London club until 1939, having signed from Gainsborough Trinity for £600 in 1931. Along with Joe Cockroft, he was an ever-present for the club during the 1933–34 season. Morton had previously played for Woodburn Council School and Woodhouse Alliance, and signed pro with Gainsborough aged 17.

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  • John Morton (26 February 1914 – 8 March 1986), better known as Jackie Morton, was an English professional footballer who played as a forward in the Football League for West Ham United. Morton made 275 appearances and scored 57 goals for the East London club until 1939, having signed from Gainsborough Trinity for £600 in 1931. Along with Joe Cockroft, he was an ever-present for the club during the 1933–34 season. Morton had previously played for Woodburn Council School and Woodhouse Alliance, and signed pro with Gainsborough aged 17.
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  • John Morton (26 February 1914 – 8 March 1986), better known as Jackie Morton, was an English professional footballer who played as a forward in the Football League for West Ham United. Morton made 275 appearances and scored 57 goals for the East London club until 1939, having signed from Gainsborough Trinity for £600 in 1931. Along with Joe Cockroft, he was an ever-present for the club during the 1933–34 season. Morton had previously played for Woodburn Council School and Woodhouse Alliance, and signed pro with Gainsborough aged 17. He gained a solitary cap for England in a 5–4 victory over Czechoslovakia on 1 December 1937, in which he scored the second England goal (Stanley Matthews scored his only international hat trick in this match).
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