Finishing from crosses – Issue 19 (February 2012)
Peter Jackson is a vastly experienced football coach, having first moved into management with Huddersfield Town in 1997. After two spells with the Yorkshire club – during which time he achieved promotion to League One – the 50-year-old arrived at Lincoln City, steering the Imps clear of relegation danger despite being diagnosed with throat cancer during his time at Sincil Bank.
Having successfully beaten the illness, Jackson then had a short spell at Bradford City at the start of the 2011/12 campaign.
As a player, he made over 650 appearances as a defender for the likes of Bradford, Huddersfield, Newcastle United and Chester City.
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