JACK SEARCH – “GENTLEMAN JACK” – EVERTON DIRECTOR – Steve Zocek

JACK SEARCH – “GENTLEMAN JACK” – EVERTON DIRECTOR – Steve Zocek

Jack Search was born in 1915 above his father’s jewellers shop number at 87 Wavertree Road. He attended Brae Street School before heading to Liverpool Institute. In 1932, Jack left Liverpool Institute to further his studies at Liverpool Technical College where he did an engineering course for another 4 years. Jack was always a keen footballer since playing at school. His senior career began in 1933 when he played for Collegiate Old Boys. He was also a member of the old Liobians team at Liverpool Institute. Jack went on to represent Cheshire and he started attracting interest from other teams. He signed and played for Liverpool FC. After nearly two seasons in Liverpool “A” team with one game in the first team Jack moved briefly to Lucem AFC, then for six months with New Brighton. His next port of call in his football career was to join Runcorn FC in 1935 where he spent a staggering 15...
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