Johnnie Jackson


Johnnie Jackson admits he hit a new high at Wimbledon with defeat of leaders

AFC Wimbledon boss Johnnie Jackson admitted his side’s 2-0 victory over league leaders Leyton Orient was his favourite as Dons boss. Ayoub Assal’s fifth goal in his last six matches opened the scoring for Jackson’s side, his 19th-minute effort curling into the back of the net after a deflection.
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Johnnie Jackson delighted as AFC Wimbledon start with no relegation ‘hangover’

New AFC Wimbledon manager Johnnie Jackson credited a positive off-season atmosphere at Plough Lane as his side claimed their first league victory since December with a confident 2-0 win over Gillingham. Ethan Chislett’s stunning opener and a second-half header from the outstanding Jack Currie ensured that the Dons triumphed in...
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AFC Wimbledon make winning start under Johnnie Jackson

AFC Wimbledon claimed their first league victory since December as life in League Two under new manager Johnnie Jackson began with a confident 2-0 win over Gillingham. After a tight opening 15 minutes, Ethan Chislett met Lee Brown’s partially cleared corner to spectacularly fire past Gills’ on-loan Crawley goalkeeper Glenn Morris from the edge of the box.
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Johnnie Jackson Has Been Committed to Military Before Muscle

You probably know the name Johnnie Jackson because of his incredible bodybuilding career that spanned two decades. The 2001 NPC Nationals Champion went on to win several titles including the Arnold South Africa in 2017, and he graced the Olympia stage 13 times. His training videos with fellow bodybuilding legend Branch Warren have become iconic. Many of his fans also know he has had competed in the world of powerlifting as well. What you may not know is before all of that, he served in the United States National Guard and the US Army, having been involved in Operation Desert Storm in the early 1990s. Jackson’s decision to join the service was made after his first dream of playing college football for Penn State didn’t work out the way he hoped.

Johnnie Jackson: AFC Wimbledon appoint ex-Charlton boss as new manager

AFC Wimbledon have appointed former Charlton Athletic boss Johnnie Jackson as their new manager. The 39-year-old left the Addicks earlier this month and steps into the role vacated by interim boss Mark Bowen, who left the club last week. The Dons have been looking for a permanent boss since Mark...

Johnnie Jackson: Charlton Athletic manager leaves League One club

Charlton manager Johnnie Jackson has left the League One club. The 39-year-old was named interim manager in October before being appointed permanently in December. The south London club won three of their last five league games and finished the season 13th in the table. Charlton owner Thomas Sandgaard said it...

Charlton announce the departure of manager Johnnie Jackson

Charlton have announced the departure of manager Johnnie Jackson after seven months in charge. Jackson took over as caretaker manager in October 2021 following the sacking of Nigel Adkins, with the side sat in the League One relegation zone with two wins from 13 games. The former Addicks midfielder was...

Charlton should have been out of sight at Doncaster – Johnnie Jackson

Frustrated Charlton boss Johnnie Jackson felt his side “should have been out of sight” at Doncaster after they claimed 1-0 win at the Eco-Power Stadium. The Addicks missed a string of chances, with Conor Washington seeing a penalty saved before Jayden Stockley netted the only goal of the game midway through the second half.

Johnnie Jackson vows to get ruthless as Charlton continue slide into trouble

Charlton boss Johnnie Jackson promised to be ruthless as he looks to arrest their slide down the table following their 2-1 loss to 10-man Accrington. The Addicks have now lost seven of their last eight games and are just seven points off the bottom four – and play Gillingham on Tuesday who occupy that final relegation place.

Key quotes from Johnnie Jackson as Charlton Athletic draw against Sunderland

Johnnie Jackson was satisfied with the Charlton Athletic performance in the match yesterday against Sunderland. Charlton were playing defensively for most of the match as Sunderland put the ball into the box, amounting to nine corners in the match for the Black Cats. On MacGillivray. “I thought Craig MacGillivray was...

Johnnie Jackson rues early Charlton miss after Wigan fight back to win

Charlton boss Johnnie Jackson felt Wigan took advantage of a huge early turning point to edge an entertaining Sky Bet League One encounter at the DW Stadium. The Addicks led through Elliot Lee’s seventh-minute goal when former Wigan man Alex Gilbey hit the bar from 18 yards. Wigan recovered...