Jack Galbraith

Jack Galbraith

John McDonald "Jack" Galbraith (born 4 April, 1898 in Renton) is a former Scottish professional footballer.

Galbraith began his career palying junior football at Vale of Leven and Shawfield before signing for Clapton Orient in 1921. He went on to spend a decade at the club before joining Cardiff City in February 1931. He was signed as a replacement for the club's legendary FA Cup winning captain Fred Keenor but couldn't stop the clubs slide as they fell into the third division south. He left the club in 1935 to manage Milford United before later returning to Clapton Orient as a coach.

References

  • Hayes, Dean (2006). The Who's Who of Cardiff City. Breedon Books.

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