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  1. 09/08/2022 · JACK SIMPSON has left Rangers after agreeing a permanent move to English Championship side Cardiff City. The central defender, 25, had joined the Ibrox club from Bournemouth in February last year but failed to nail down a spot in Giovanni van Bronckhorst's squad.

  2. 09/08/2022 · Cardiff City have announced the signing of centre-back Jack Simpson from Rangers. Simpson, 25, joins on a two-year deal and becomes the Bluebirds 15th signing of the summer. He becomes Cardiff's ...

  3. Hace 1 día · READ MORE: Cardiff City transfer news Live: Latest on signings, departures and pre-West Brom press conference "Nothing has changed," Morison said of the ex-Rangers man. "He hasn't played a game.

  4. "Captain Jack Harkness" was the alias adopted by Time Agent and con man Javic Piotr Thane (AUDIO: Month 25, R&J) from the 51st century. He was a companion of the Ninth and Tenth Doctors, and an associate of the Sixth and Thirteenth Doctors. After he was shot and killed by a Dalek, Jack was revived by Rose Tyler, who at the time was transformed into a nearly omnipotent being. Unable to control ...

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  6. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Jack_ShermanJack Sherman - Wikipedia

    Jack Morris Sherman (January 18, 1956 – August 18, 2020) was an American guitarist, best known as the second guitarist for the Red Hot Chili Peppers, between Hillel Slovak's departure and return. He played on the band's debut album , and co-wrote much of their second album, Freaky Styley .

  7. Jack David Collison (born 2 October 1988) is a football coach and former professional footballer who played as a midfielder. He is the head coach of Atlanta United 2 in the USL Championship . Collison began his career with Peterborough United 's youth system in 1998, before moving to Cambridge United in 2000, where he stayed for five years.