Gordon Jago (manager of QPR),

Thank you to Peter Jago for finding this information for me.
On Gordon Jago (manager of QPR), a quick google search shows him to have received the MBE and done a lot of work with soccer in the USA.
Gordon Harold Jago MBE (born 22 October 1932 ) is a former English association footballmanager . player and
Born in Poplar, London, Jago began his career in the Football League with Charlton Athletic, whom he joined in the 1954-55 season from non-league team Dulwich Hamlet. He made a total of 147 appearances, scoring one goal, at The Valley. His final season with the Addicks was 1961-62 before he moved back to non-league football with Eastbourne United.
In 1967 he was appointed coach of North American Soccer League side Baltimore Bays. After two years Jago was named coach of the United States national team but ended this role after suffering two defeats in his only games in charge. Two years afterwards, he was made manager of Queens Park Rangers. It was under his guidance that the basis of a QPR team which in 1975-76 would come within a point of the League title was assembled. He signed pivotal players such as Stan Bowles, Don Givens, Dave Thomas and Frank McLintock. Jago, meanwhile, was appointed manager of Millwall in 1974 which he retained until 1977.
He returned to North America to coach NASL side Tampa Bay Rowdies between 1978 and 1982. He later had two separate stints as coach of indoor soccer side Dallas SidekicksWorld Indoor Soccer League from 1998 until the merger with the MISL for the 2002 season. He is currently the Executive Director of the Dr Pepper Dallas Cup [1]. In recognition of his achievements, he was made a Member of the Order of the British Empire by Queen Elizabeth II in 2006. between 1984 and 1997, when he returned from coaching. He became President of the

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