"Gordon Harold Jago" Order of the British Empire/MBE is a former English association football player and manager.

Born in Poplar, London, Jago began his career in the Football League with Charlton Athletic F.C./Charlton Athletic, whom he joined in the 1954–55 in English football/1954–55 season from non-league football/non-league team Dulwich Hamlet F.C./Dulwich Hamlet. He made a total of 147 appearances, scoring one goal, at The Valley (London)/The Valley. His final season with the Addicks was 1961–62 in English football/1961–62 before he moved back to non-league football, managing Eastbourne United F.C./Eastbourne United. He started his coaching career with a spell at Fulham F.C./Fulham.

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