| Jack Redshaw|
| (1990-11-20) 20 November 1990 (age 25)|
Blackpool F.C. (Forward)
Jack Redshaw Wikipedia
Jack Redshaw (born 20 November 1990) is a footballer who plays as a forward for Salford City. He was one of 10 players who made their debut for Blackpool in a 2–2 draw v Colchester United on 8 August 2015.
Redshaw started his career at Manchester City signing with the club's academy at aged nine, He signed his first professional deal with the club aged 18. Redshaw made his Manchester City first team debut in a friendly against the United Arab Emirates national football team on 12 November 2009 in Abu Dhabi.
Redshaw was then in talks with Blackpool, but signed for Rochdale a few weeks later and was given the number 10 shirt. He made his debut as a late substitute for Rochdale on 14 August 2010 in the Football League One game against Brighton & Hove Albion at The Withdean Stadium. Redshaw left Rochdale and had his contract terminated by mutual agreement on 10 January 2011.
Redshaw signed for Altrincham on 13 October 2011, from Salford City. He made his debut as a substitute against Vauxhall Motors. He scored twice for Altrincham in a friendly against a Manchester United XI. He also scored in a Cheshire cup game before returning briefly to former club Salford City for a Manchester Premier Cup game, in which he scored a hat-trick. On his return to Altrincham he scored in an FA Trophy defeat against FC United of Manchester before scoring his first league goals in a 4–2 victory over F.C. Halifax Town. His second goal being a highlight of the game, struck from 20 yards and curled superbly into the top corner of Simon Eastwood's goal.
On 24 January 2012, he signed for Morecambe. He rejoined Altrincham on a one-month loan deal later that week.
In August 2014 Morecambe accepted a bid for Redshaw from League One side Peterborough United but after having a medical and discussing personal terms Redshaw rejected the move. He signed for Blackpool in 2015, spending two seasons with the club before being released in May 2017.
In July 2017 he returned to Salford City, signing a two year contract.
His father Ray Redshaw is a former player for Wigan Athletic and his brother Mark Redshaw is also a professional footballer.
His cousin is Charlene Thomas, an English middle distance runner who competes internationally for Great Britain.