Dunbar, East Lothian born wing half Jimmy Logan played junior football for Edinburgh Myrtle in 1902 before joining Scottish League club St Bernard’s in 1903. In April 1905 he moved to Second Division Bradford City, making his Football League debut at Manchester United that October, scoring once in 5 appearances during a single season with The Bantams. In August 1906 he joined Chesterfield Town, staying 3 seasons at Saltergate scoring 10 goals in 102 appearances. When they lost their League status in 1909, he joined Bradford Park Avenue that June, staying a further 3 seasons at Park Avenue and playing 61 times, scoring 4 goals. He then returned to Scotland in 1912 to join Raith Rovers. He later became the manager of Raith Rovers from 1919 to 1926 and again from 1930 to 1933.
His younger brother, Peter Logan, also played for St Bernard’s and Bradford City, playing for them in the 1911 FA Cup Final.