It’s not been a good week for Tottenham midfielder Jermaine Jenas to say the least! Dropped by his club and then by his country, by text no less. And amongst rumours that he threw a bit of a strop after being yanked off at halftime against Chelsea,
Ramos said of Jermaine’s absence from the squad to face Pompey: ‘He’s not injured, he’s fine. I just preferred for him not to play because there were other players who were in better condition.’ (various)
This has led to speculation that JJ is another member of the WHL squad that the Spaniard may decide to offload as he looks to make the north London club look more like his own rather than BMJ’s. Jenas has divided Spurs fans’ opinion of him but looked to have pulled the finger out as Ramos came in, enough to impress Fabio Capello (something which is fast losing its credibility).
But lately it’s been the ‘old JJ’, and that’s poopy pants.