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Simeon Alexander Jackson (born March 28, 1987) is a Canadian professional soccer player who plays as a forward for League Two club Stevenage. He has spent the majority of his career playing in England, relocating from Mississauga, Ontario, to South London as a teenager to pursue his interest in football. Following a rejection by Gillingham after a trial, he played semi-professionally before making his name with Rushden & Diamonds of the Football Conference. His goalscoring feats for the club earned him a move to Gillingham, then of League Two, in 2008. He scored the winning goal for the club in the 2009 League Two Play-Off Final at Wembley Stadium.

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  • Simeon Alexander Jackson (born March 28, 1987) is a Canadian professional soccer player who plays as a forward for League Two club Stevenage. He has spent the majority of his career playing in England, relocating from Mississauga, Ontario, to South London as a teenager to pursue his interest in football. Following a rejection by Gillingham after a trial, he played semi-professionally before making his name with Rushden & Diamonds of the Football Conference. His goalscoring feats for the club earned him a move to Gillingham, then of League Two, in 2008. He scored the winning goal for the club in the 2009 League Two Play-Off Final at Wembley Stadium.
  • Simeon Alexander Jackson (born March 28, 1987) is a Canadian professional football player who plays as a forward for League Two club Stevenage. He has spent the majority of his career playing in England, relocating from Mississauga, Ontario, to South London as a teenager to pursue his interest in football. Following a rejection by Gillingham after a trial, he played semi-professionally before making his name with Rushden & Diamonds of the Football Conference. His goalscoring feats for the club earned him a move to Gillingham, then of League Two, in 2008. He scored the winning goal for the club in the 2009 League Two Play-Off Final at Wembley Stadium.
  • Simeon Alexander Jackson (born March 28, 1987) is a Canadian professional soccer player who is currently without a club. He has spent the majority of his career playing in England, relocating from Mississauga, Ontario, to South London as a teenager to pursue his interest in football. Following a rejection by Gillingham after a trial, he played semi-professionally before making his name with Rushden & Diamonds of the Football Conference. His goalscoring feats for the club earned him a move to Gillingham, then of League Two, in 2008. He scored the winning goal for the club in the 2009 League Two Play-Off Final at Wembley Stadium.
  • Simeon Alexander Jackson (born March 28, 1987) is a Canadian professional soccer player who is currently a forward at Chelmsford City. He has spent the majority of his career playing in England, relocating from Mississauga, Ontario, to South London as a teenager to pursue his interest in football. Following a rejection by Gillingham after a trial, he played semi-professionally before making his name with Rushden & Diamonds of the Football Conference. His goalscoring feats for the club earned him a move to Gillingham, then of League Two, in 2008. He scored the winning goal for the club in the 2009 League Two Play-Off Final at Wembley Stadium.
  • Simeon Alexander Jackson (born March 28, 1987) is a Canadian professional soccer player who is currently a forward at King's Lynn Town. He has spent the majority of his career playing in England, relocating from Mississauga, Ontario, to South London as a teenager to pursue his interest in football. Following a rejection by Gillingham after a trial, he played semi-professionally before making his name with Rushden & Diamonds of the Football Conference. His goalscoring feats for the club earned him a move to Gillingham, then of League Two, in 2008. He scored the winning goal for the club in the 2009 League Two Play-Off Final at Wembley Stadium.
  • Simeon Alexander Jackson (born March 28, 1987) is a Canadian professional soccer player who currently plays as a forward for King's Lynn Town, on loan from Chelmsford City. He has spent the majority of his career playing in England, relocating from Mississauga, Ontario, to South London as a teenager to pursue his interest in football. Following a rejection by Gillingham after a trial, he played semi-professionally before making his name with Rushden & Diamonds of the Football Conference. His goalscoring feats for the club earned him a move to Gillingham, then of League Two, in 2008. He scored the winning goal for the club in the 2009 League Two Play-Off Final at Wembley Stadium.
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  • Simeon Alexander Jackson (born March 28, 1987) is a Canadian professional soccer player who plays as a forward for League Two club Stevenage. He has spent the majority of his career playing in England, relocating from Mississauga, Ontario, to South London as a teenager to pursue his interest in football. Following a rejection by Gillingham after a trial, he played semi-professionally before making his name with Rushden & Diamonds of the Football Conference. His goalscoring feats for the club earned him a move to Gillingham, then of League Two, in 2008. He scored the winning goal for the club in the 2009 League Two Play-Off Final at Wembley Stadium. In 2010 Jackson was transferred to Norwich City, then of the Championship, and scored the goal that clinched Norwich's promotion to the Premier League the following year. He fell out of favour at the club during the 2012–13 season, and opted to join German club Eintracht Braunschweig who were newly promoted to the Bundesliga. Desiring regular playing time, his contract with the German club was mutually terminated in January 2014 and he returned to England with Milwall. After spells with Coventry City, Barnsley, Blackburn Rovers, Walsall and Grimsby Town, Jackson signed for Scottish club St Mirren in September 2018. He then joined another Scottish club, Kilmarnock, in October 2019. Born in Jamaica, Jackson has played for the Canadian national team since 2009. During qualification for the 2014 FIFA World Cup he scored a hat-trick against Saint Lucia.
  • Simeon Alexander Jackson (born March 28, 1987) is a Canadian professional football player who plays as a forward for League Two club Stevenage. He has spent the majority of his career playing in England, relocating from Mississauga, Ontario, to South London as a teenager to pursue his interest in football. Following a rejection by Gillingham after a trial, he played semi-professionally before making his name with Rushden & Diamonds of the Football Conference. His goalscoring feats for the club earned him a move to Gillingham, then of League Two, in 2008. He scored the winning goal for the club in the 2009 League Two Play-Off Final at Wembley Stadium. In 2010 Jackson was transferred to Norwich City, then of the Championship, and scored the goal that clinched Norwich's promotion to the Premier League the following year. He fell out of favour at the club during the 2012–13 season, and opted to join German club Eintracht Braunschweig who were newly promoted to the Bundesliga. Desiring regular playing time, his contract with the German club was mutually terminated in January 2014 and he returned to England with Milwall. After spells with Coventry City, Barnsley, Blackburn Rovers, Walsall and Grimsby Town, Jackson signed for Scottish club St Mirren in September 2018. He then joined another Scottish club, Kilmarnock, in October 2019. Born in Jamaica, Jackson has played for the Canadian national team since 2009. During qualification for the 2014 FIFA World Cup he scored a hat-trick against Saint Lucia.
  • Simeon Alexander Jackson (born March 28, 1987) is a Canadian professional soccer player who is currently without a club. He has spent the majority of his career playing in England, relocating from Mississauga, Ontario, to South London as a teenager to pursue his interest in football. Following a rejection by Gillingham after a trial, he played semi-professionally before making his name with Rushden & Diamonds of the Football Conference. His goalscoring feats for the club earned him a move to Gillingham, then of League Two, in 2008. He scored the winning goal for the club in the 2009 League Two Play-Off Final at Wembley Stadium. In 2010 Jackson was transferred to Norwich City, then of the Championship, and scored the goal that clinched Norwich's promotion to the Premier League the following year. He fell out of favour at the club during the 2012–13 season, and opted to join German club Eintracht Braunschweig who were newly promoted to the Bundesliga. Desiring regular playing time, his contract with the German club was mutually terminated in January 2014 and he returned to England with Milwall. After spells with Coventry City, Barnsley, Blackburn Rovers, Walsall and Grimsby Town, Jackson signed for Scottish club St Mirren in September 2018. He then joined another Scottish club, Kilmarnock, in October 2019. Born in Jamaica, Jackson has played for the Canadian national team since 2009. During qualification for the 2014 FIFA World Cup he scored a hat-trick against Saint Lucia.
  • Simeon Alexander Jackson (born March 28, 1987) is a Canadian professional soccer player who is currently a forward at Chelmsford City. He has spent the majority of his career playing in England, relocating from Mississauga, Ontario, to South London as a teenager to pursue his interest in football. Following a rejection by Gillingham after a trial, he played semi-professionally before making his name with Rushden & Diamonds of the Football Conference. His goalscoring feats for the club earned him a move to Gillingham, then of League Two, in 2008. He scored the winning goal for the club in the 2009 League Two Play-Off Final at Wembley Stadium. In 2010 Jackson was transferred to Norwich City, then of the Championship, and scored the goal that clinched Norwich's promotion to the Premier League the following year. He fell out of favour at the club during the 2012–13 season, and opted to join German club Eintracht Braunschweig who were newly promoted to the Bundesliga. Desiring regular playing time, his contract with the German club was mutually terminated in January 2014 and he returned to England with Milwall. After spells with Coventry City, Barnsley, Blackburn Rovers, Walsall and Grimsby Town, Jackson signed for Scottish club St Mirren in September 2018. He then joined another Scottish club, Kilmarnock, in October 2019. Born in Jamaica, Jackson has played for the Canadian national team since 2009. During qualification for the 2014 FIFA World Cup he scored a hat-trick against Saint Lucia.
  • Simeon Alexander Jackson (born March 28, 1987) is a Canadian professional soccer player who is currently a forward at King's Lynn Town. He has spent the majority of his career playing in England, relocating from Mississauga, Ontario, to South London as a teenager to pursue his interest in football. Following a rejection by Gillingham after a trial, he played semi-professionally before making his name with Rushden & Diamonds of the Football Conference. His goalscoring feats for the club earned him a move to Gillingham, then of League Two, in 2008. He scored the winning goal for the club in the 2009 League Two Play-Off Final at Wembley Stadium. In 2010 Jackson was transferred to Norwich City, then of the Championship, and scored the goal that clinched Norwich's promotion to the Premier League the following year. He fell out of favour at the club during the 2012–13 season, and opted to join German club Eintracht Braunschweig who were newly promoted to the Bundesliga. Desiring regular playing time, his contract with the German club was mutually terminated in January 2014 and he returned to England with Milwall. After spells with Coventry City, Barnsley, Blackburn Rovers, Walsall and Grimsby Town, Jackson signed for Scottish club St Mirren in September 2018. He then joined another Scottish club, Kilmarnock, in October 2019. Born in Jamaica, Jackson has played for the Canadian national team since 2009. During qualification for the 2014 FIFA World Cup he scored a hat-trick against Saint Lucia.
  • Simeon Alexander Jackson (born March 28, 1987) is a Canadian professional soccer player who currently plays as a forward for King's Lynn Town, on loan from Chelmsford City. He has spent the majority of his career playing in England, relocating from Mississauga, Ontario, to South London as a teenager to pursue his interest in football. Following a rejection by Gillingham after a trial, he played semi-professionally before making his name with Rushden & Diamonds of the Football Conference. His goalscoring feats for the club earned him a move to Gillingham, then of League Two, in 2008. He scored the winning goal for the club in the 2009 League Two Play-Off Final at Wembley Stadium. In 2010 Jackson was transferred to Norwich City, then of the Championship, and scored the goal that clinched Norwich's promotion to the Premier League the following year. He fell out of favour at the club during the 2012–13 season, and opted to join German club Eintracht Braunschweig who were newly promoted to the Bundesliga. Desiring regular playing time, his contract with the German club was mutually terminated in January 2014 and he returned to England with Milwall. After spells with Coventry City, Barnsley, Blackburn Rovers, Walsall and Grimsby Town, Jackson signed for Scottish club St Mirren in September 2018. He then joined another Scottish club, Kilmarnock, in October 2019. Born in Jamaica, Jackson has played for the Canadian national team since 2009. During qualification for the 2014 FIFA World Cup he scored a hat-trick against Saint Lucia.
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