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Frank Jordan (footballer)

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Frank Jordan (1883– 28 March 1938) was an English professional footballer who played at inside-left for several clubs during the years prior to World War I. Football career Jordan was born in Southampton and educated at Bevois Town school, before joining Southampton in 1905. After a year of reserve team football, Jordan moved to South Africa. After two years in South Africa, Jordan returned to England and was re-signed by Southampton in the summer of 1908. He made his first-team debut on 16 September 1908, when he replaced Sam Shearer at inside-left against Crystal Palace. Although less skillful than Shearer, Jordan was a more "thrustful" player, more suited to Southern League football, and by December he had become the regular inside-left. Described as "fleet of foot and an agile dribbler", Jordan scored four goals from his 25 league appearances in 1908–09. In the following season, he lost his place first to Sam Brittleton and then to
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