| John Holt|
We'll Be Jammin'
| Johnny Holt|
10 April 1865
| October 19, 2014, St John's Wood, London, United Kingdom|
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Johnny Holt (born 10 April 1865 in Church, Lancashire) was an English professional footballer who played in twenty-one of Everton's twenty-two game Football League title winning side of 1890–91.
Despite only standing at a mere five foot five, Holt made a name for himself as a fine centre half. Whilst playing for Everton, he earned the nickname "Little Everton Devil". Holt joined Everton from Bootle F.C. in 1888 at the start of the first league season.
In March 1890 he became the first Everton player to win an England cap when he was picked to play against Wales. Holt joined Reading in 1897.
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