Ian Johnson

[footballer born 1983] Ian Johnson (born 7 March 1983 in Liverpool) is an English football midfielder. He is the grandson of former Liverpool player Ronnie Moran. Johnson started his career at Wigan Athletic. He made his debut for the club on 9 January 2001 in a 3–2 away win against Oldham Athletic in the Football League Trophy, and made ...
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Ian Johnson

[footballer born 1975] Ian Johnson (born 1 September 1975) is an English former professional footballer who played as a striker. ==Career== Born in Sunderland, Johnson made four appearances in the Football League for Middlesbrough and Bradford City. He later played non-league football for a number of clubs including Blyth Spartans, Durham C...
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Ian Johnson

[publicist] Ian Johnson is a public relations manager based in London, specialising in online, television and film publicity. In the early 1990s, Johnson worked in the Channel 4 Press Office. In 1992 he was part of the launch Press Office team for Carlton Television. From 1996 to 2001 Johnson handled publicity for LWT/Granada Television, la...
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Ian Johnson

[journalist] Created by Ren Walker for WECB. Image found at wecb.emerson.edu in the upper left hand corner. ...
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Ian Johnson

[football player] Downtown Kenosha. Taken by me (norbie13) ...
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Ian Johnson

[American football] Ian Blake Johnson (born October 10, 1986) is an American football running back. He played college football at Boise State. == Early years == Ian Johnson attended Damien High School (La Verne, California) and was named Inland Valley Offensive Player of the Year, L.A. Times All-San Gabriel Valley first team, San Gabriel Va...
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Ian Johnson

[businessman] Ian Johnson (born March 1949) is an Australian businessman. Originally a long-time senior executive at the Nine Network (GTV-9), in October 2003 Johnson moved to the Seven Network to become managing director of Channel Seven Melbourne. ...
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Ian Johnson

[cricketer] Freddie Brown and his English team toured Australia in 1950–51 to compete for the Ashes in a five Test series. Australia won the series four Tests to one; however Wisden reports that while `Australia held a slight superiority ... the difference between the teams was markedly less than revealed by statistics`. Johnson had a `me...
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