I first saw Jack play in 1964, he was the backbone of Revie's team
Always remember with a smile on my face Big Jack going one of his inelegant dribbles that seem to take him pass the opposition defenders
A LUFC legend & a World Cup Winner to boot!
You'll always be remembered in my mind
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R.I.P. Big Jack
Another one of our heroes passes away.
What a devastating year with Norman and Trevor also going.
We have modern heroes, but Jack, Trevor, Norman and Billy are true legends.
Very gutted, at least we know Jack is not suffering anymore, he's gone to a better place with his mates.
As someone posted elsewhere "God is building the best defence in heaven".
Hopefully, our current heroes can offer a fitting tribute by winning these last four games in style, to lift the Championship trophy and take us back to the top where we've always belonged.
RIP Big Jack
And Paul Madeley the Rolls Royce of Revie's teamDavidH wrote: ↑Sat Jul 11, 2020 8:45 am This is so sad to hear. I know he had been in poor health for some years with a form of dementia, but it's still a shock. He joins Billy Bremner, Norman Hunter and Trevor Cherry, and of course, Don Revie. It seems the places in Don's team up there are being filled alarmingly fast by all these ex-players.
RIP big Jack.
R.I.P.Jack thanks for the memories .Condolences to all his family.
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Paul, Norman, Trevor and now Big Jack.