Born John, but known as Jack, this defender started his footballing career with Earlestown and then moved on to Wigan Borough, the predecessor of Wigan Athletic.
His first league game came in 1925 and he stayed in the side for the whole of the next season. Spent six seasons with Wigan Borough before signing for Tottenham in May 1931, where he faced trying to oust Bert Lyons from his right back slot in the side.
Played his first game for the club in the reserves v Watford and then two days later featured for the first team in a match against Preston North End. Lack made only 12 first team appearances in the league in that one season with the club, but also made 18 reserve team outings and four in the A team.
In September 1932, Jack moved on to Watford for £150, where he went on to play 100 times before he transferred to Mansfield Town in March 1936, to make 30 appearances for the Stags.
Frank, Jack's son, played for Liverpool County and also had trials with Notts. Forest.
Jack Moran died in Newton Le Willows near St. Helens, Merseyside on 12th October 1959.