JENAS RECOMMENDS HODGSON FOR LEICESTER
Retired Premier League star turn pundit Jermaine Jenas has declared that former England manager Roy Hodgson is the right fit at Leicester City.
The coach led the Three Lions to a disappointing show at Euro 2016 where he resigned after the tournament. England were knocked out by small side Iceland – yet another poor outing in the international scene from the former World Cup champions.
Hodgson has been without a job ever since. Jenas opines that the former Fulham, Liverpool and West Brom manager has all it takes to lead the Premier League defending champions.
LEGENDARY FOOTBALLERS PLAY CHARITY GAME
Legendary footballers are set to clash in an Ipswich Town-themed charity football game, according to reports.
The charity football has raise thousands of Pounds for charity and the tradition is set to continue but with veterans lining up against each other this time in Bury St Edmunds.
Kieron Dyer, Matt Holland, Russel Osman and Titus Bramble are some of the stars that are set to feature in the duel. The funds that would be generated this term would be sent to West Suffolk Hospital’s Forget-Me-Not Dementia campaign, run by My WiSH Charity and ITFA Academy, the organizers say.
JERMAINE JENAS: WANYAMA BETTER THAN XHAKA
Retired Spurs player Jermaine Jenas had revealed he is impressed with the performance of summer addition Victor Wanyama.
The Kenya international was impressive when Spurs played the Gunners in the Premier League. His display forced Jenas to opine that Wanyama was a better buy than Swiss international Granit Xhaka.
Jenas, a Match of the Day pundit, wrote on his column in Yahoo! that:
KNEE INJURY FORCES JERMAINE JENAS TO RETIRE
Jermaine Jenas retires from football at the age of 32 having been disturbed by a knee injury.
The former England midfielder has officially declared his retirement from football career after failing to recover from a knee injury.
The 33-year old has been working a pundit for the BBC for the past two seasons and declared his retirement live on Radio 4’s Today programme, on Thursday morning, January 7th.
“I have officially retired. I tried my best to come back from the knee injury but unfortunately that is the end of my career,” he said.
Jenas’ last match was on 15th of March, 2014 in a 3-0 victory for QPR over Yeovil at Loftus Road in a Championship fixture. He injured his anterior cruciate knee ligament in training the month that followed.
LIVERPOOL LEFT BACK PROBLEMS CONTINUE
Liverpool started on a high this season in the English Premier League, defeating last term’s second-placed team 4-3.
However, they received their second shock of the intriguing season so far when they lost 2-0 to newly promoted side Burnley. The first was when Arsenal came back to 4-3 despite the Reds being 4-1 up, with the goals conceded being petty.
Jermaine Jenas About Pepe
With the Euro recently concluded, experts like Jermaine Jenas have much to say about the team that won the trophy.
He talks about Pepe, who is a controversial figure in the field and off the Portugal team, but he feels that the man has proven himself as being a true member of the country’s team when it mattered the most.
Being the football ambassador off Yahoo Sports, Jermaine is one of the experts who can comment on how the players performed on the field,