johnnie jackson - fact file

2003 - 2006            midfielder

Born on 15th August 1982 in Camden, London, England.

Height : - 1.85m

Weight : -  - 80 kgs


 

A midfielder who was highly rated at the club, Johnnie Jackson had a good appetite for the game.  Having had time at Colchester United and Swindon Town on loan during 2002-03, Jackson had some experience of life in the lower leagues and his position as reserve team captain showed that he was tipped as one for the future.

He possesses a sweet left foot, which can whip balls into the box from the wing and he is also the sort of player who does not fear a tackle, the majority of which see him emerge with the ball.  As a midfielder with an appreciation of the defensive side of his game, Johnnie could have been the man to win a place in Steffen Freund's role in the first team after the German left.  

Won his right to a debut after impressing on loan at Coventry City and was called back to play against Portsmouth on Boxing Day 2003, but his performances in the first team were good while not outstanding.  On occasion he showed his ability to speed down the line, but sometimes his final ball was not as telling as you might have hoped and in some games when you might have expected him to shine (Oldham Athletic away in the League Cup), he struggled.  it may have been these performances that persuaded Jol that he was not going to make it under his stewardship.

Further loan spells in the Championship with Coventry City, Watford and Derby County, which were all successful, made him a target when Tottenham released him in the summer of 2006 and he left on a free transfer to join Colchester United, playing a part in their rise to their highest league finish in the Championship of 2006-07.

Moved to Notts County for a short spell at the Meadow Lane ground, before coming back to London with Charlton, who he skippered to the League One title in 2011-12, becoming noted for his driving midfield performances and his ability from free-kicks.

 

NICKNAME :   Jacko

Career Record
 
Club Signed Fee Debut Apps Goals
TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR (scholarship) July 1998 ?? ??  ?? ??
TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR (professional) March 2000 ?? ??  ?? ??
Swindon Town August - December 2002 Loan ??  ?? ??
Colchester United March - May 2003 Loan ??  ?? ??
Coventry City November - December 2003 Loan ??  ?? ??
Watford ?? Loan ??  ?? ??
Derby County ?? Loan ??  ?? ??
Colchester United July 2006 ?? ??  ?? ??
Notts County 17th August 2009 ?? ??  ?? ??
Charlton Athletic 18th February 2010 Loan ??  ?? ??
Charlton Athletic July 2010 ?? ??  ?? ??
- ?? ?? ??  ?? ??

Career Record
TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR
- League appearances; goals
- FA Cup appearances; goals
- League Cup appearances; goals
European appearances; goals
Swindon Town (loan)
- League appearances; goals
- FA Cup appearances; goals
- League Cup appearances; goals
- Other appearances; goals
Colchester United (loan)
- League appearances; goals
- FA Cup appearances; goals
- League Cup appearances; goals
- Other appearances; goals
Watford (loan)
- League appearances; goals
- FA Cup appearances; goals
- League Cup appearances; goals
- Other appearances; goals
Derby County (loan)
- League appearances; goals
- FA Cup appearances; goals
- League Cup appearances; goals
- Other appearances; goals
Colchester United
- League appearances; goals
- FA Cup appearances; goals
- League Cup appearances; goals
- Other appearances; goals
Notts County
- League appearances; goals
- FA Cup appearances; goals
- League Cup appearances; goals
- Other appearances; goals
Charlton Athletic (loan)
- League appearances; goals
- FA Cup appearances; goals
- League Cup appearances; goals
- Other appearances; goals
Charlton Athletic
- League appearances; goals
- FA Cup appearances; goals
- League Cup appearances; goals
- Other appearances; goals
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- League appearances; goals
- FA Cup appearances; goals
- League Cup appearances; goals
- Other appearances; goals

 

Honours
England international
6 Under-20 caps; ?? goals
8 Youth caps; ?? goals
League One Championship winners medal 2011-2012  (Charlton Athletic)
- Cup winners medal 19---

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