Real nameMichael Jackson
Age44 (Born 04 Dec, 1973)
Height6ft (1.83m)
Weight13st 8lb (86.17kg)
Place of birthLiverpool
NationalityEngland
  
  

Career

CLUBFROMTOFEELEAGUEFA CUPLGE CUPOTHER
    APPSGLSAPPSGLSAPPSGLSAPPSGLS
Shrewsbury 24 Jun, 08 31 May, 10 Free 21 (0)21 (0)01 (0)00 (0)0
Blackpool 23 Jun, 06 24 Jun, 08 Free 65 (3)16 (0)14 (1)13 (0)0
Tranmere 25 May, 04 23 Jun, 06 Free 86 (0)82 (0)02 (0)06 (0)0
Tranmere 18 Dec, 02 20 Jan, 03 Loan 6 (0)00 (0)00 (0)00 (0)0
Preston 27 Mar, 97 25 May, 04 £125,000 243 (8)1714 (0)016 (0)27 (0)0
Bury 13 Aug, 93 27 Mar, 97 Free 123 (2)92 (0)09 (0)19 (0)0
Crewe 29 Jul, 92 13 Aug, 93 Trainee 5 (0)01 (0)01 (0)02 (0)0
Totals   £125,000 549 (13)3726 (0)133 (1)427 (0)0
Goals per Game    0.06 0.03 n/a 0

Games played by Mike Jackson in 2008/2009

  GLS  YEL RED 
League TwoSa 09Aug 2008Shrewsbury4 - 0Macclesfield
Carling CupTu 12Aug 2008Shrewsbury0 - 1Carlisle
League TwoSa 16Aug 2008Exeter0 - 1Shrewsbury
League TwoSa 23Aug 2008Shrewsbury1 - 0Aldershot
League TwoSa 30Aug 2008Notts Co2 - 2Shrewsbury
League TwoSa 06Sep 2008Morecambe1 - 0Shrewsbury
League TwoSa 13Sep 2008Shrewsbury7 - 0Gillingham
1 goal1
League TwoSu 21Sep 2008Chester1 - 1Shrewsbury
League TwoSa 27Sep 2008Shrewsbury2 - 0Bradford
League TwoSa 04Oct 2008Darlington (old)1 - 1Shrewsbury
League TwoSa 11Oct 2008Shrewsbury1 - 2Port Vale
League TwoSa 18Oct 2008Shrewsbury4 - 1Bournemouth
League TwoTu 21Oct 2008Accrington2 - 1Shrewsbury
League TwoSa 25Oct 2008Brentford1 - 1Shrewsbury
League TwoTu 28Oct 2008Shrewsbury2 - 2Barnet
League TwoSa 01Nov 2008Shrewsbury3 - 0Luton
English FA CupSa 08Nov 2008Blyth Sptns3 - 1Shrewsbury
League TwoFr 14Nov 2008Chesterfield2 - 2Shrewsbury
League TwoTu 03Feb 2009Shrewsbury2 - 0Accrington
League TwoSa 07Feb 2009Bournemouth1 - 0Shrewsbury
League TwoSa 14Feb 2009Shrewsbury2 - 1Chesterfield
1 goal1
League TwoTu 17Feb 2009Shrewsbury1 - 0Chester
League TwoSa 21Feb 2009Luton3 - 1Shrewsbury
Appearances:23Totals:
2
7
0
 

 

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England v Croatia

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