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John George "Jack" Peart was an English footballer who played
centre forward for 13 different teams, in a career which spanned
the First World War. After he retired he became a football manager
until his death in 1948. Peart was a centre forward who had a
nomadic career. He played for eight league clubs in a career which
spanned 19 years and every division of the Football League. He also
played non-league football in the Southern and Welsh leagues, as
well as guesting for other clubs during the First World War. Peart
was known as the 'most injured man in football', which included a
broken leg in 1910 at Sheffield United keeping him out of football
for two seasons.
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