Everton midfielder Aaron Lennon says that he will not sulk despite losing his place in the first team in recent weeks.
Lennon was brought to the club in the summer of 2015 by former boss Roberto Martinez. However, he has struggled to become a first team regular under the regime of Ronald Koeman. The Dutchman was appointed as the manager of Everton in the summer. Since then, Lennon has been in and out of the starting lineup and it has really affected his form. He has so far not contributed any goals while coming up with only one assist.
After an extended absence from the first team, Lennon finally managed to complete 90 minutes of football in the recent 1-0 loss against Liverpool. This is the first time he has been able to finish a league game. Known for his pace, Lennon would be an ideal candidate to provide strikers like Romelu Lukaku with ammunition. Continue reading “Lennon Would Not Sulk Even without First-Team Opportunities”
Everton former boss Roberto Martinez assured that the midfielder Aaron Lennon’s current form is good enough to make him an incredible asset for England squad at the last Euro 2016 this year.
The England international netted five impactful goals in his 25 Premier League appearance for Everton with 17 starts last season.
The 29-year old, capped 21 times, last played for his country in their friendly victory over Brazil in February 2013, but his ex-coach, Martinez still insists he remains a valuable option for the tournament in France which Portugal won with 1-0 after extra time in the final against the host, France.
“Obviously it is not down to me but I get the opportunity to work with Aaron day in, day out, and he is such an important player,” said Martinez when questioned about Lennon’s international chances. Martinez should know better having coached the player during his time at Everton.
“We all know the quality he brings – the pace, the one on one ability, the work-rate, the understanding. That experience he has is invaluable. There are other players in that position, but I think he is showing he can be of incredible value to any squad and clearly for his national team he could be a real help.” Continue reading “MARTINEZ RECOMMENDS LENNON FOR ENGLAND”
Former Everton midfielder Lee Carsley believes that Seamus Coleman needs a winger such as Aaron Lennon to play in front of him.
Indeed, Coleman’s has experienced a drop in form last season and was often the subjects of critics. In fairness, it was the whole Everton team that underperformed last season, and Coleman was one of those players that fail to replicate their usual form.
People were used to Coleman making those important runs on the wings, but these performances were very rare. The player also suffered numerous injuries throughout the season and this also affected his performance negatively.
However, Lee Carsley believes that the player will find his form back next season, and he will be an important player for the team. He said that the player has already shown signs that he is recovering at the Euros and that he will be an influential player next season for Everton.
Lee Carsley believes that having a player such as Aaron Lennon in the team will definitely help improve Seamus Coleman performance. The former Everton manager said that Aaron Lennon is an old-fashioned winger that likes to go up and down the wings and will provide Coleman with additional cover.
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Everton ace player, Aaron Lennon has been rated a decent player for the performance he put in last season for The Toffees.
Many Pundits reviewed the efforts put in last season by different players and the winger scored well, for a player that barely played a third of the season.
There are not too many Everton players who it can be said had positive seasons this year. There are even fewer Toffees who had career-best seasons. For Lennon, he had a career best season as he scored the most goals and played impressively, terrifying defenses for a 10-week period in the middle of the season. In the top flight football league, he had just 18 starts as the season for him was injury-ravaged. He scored just 5 goals but with an 81.2 percent passing accuracy.
The player is not known for his goal scoring aptitude but he managed to pick up five goals this season, setting a new season-best total in that department. Almost all the Pundits agreed that the Englishman maintained his lightning pace, which has always been the winger’s most dangerous trait. He continued to be capable both of taking players on with the ball in his feet and stretching opposing backlines by constantly using his speed to get in behind defenders. Continue reading “AARON LENNON RATED DECENT FOR HIS PERFORMANCE FOR EVERTON LAST SEASON”
Manchester City’s Manuel Pellegrini is searching around the transfer market for players that can reinforce the midfield department of his squad and Aston Villa’s Fabian Delph is a performer that has entered the radar of the Chilean manager.
Frank Lampard,Michah Richards and Scott Sinclair and James Milner have already seen their way out of the Etihad Stadium and now Manuel Pellegrini has the task of filling up the spots which have been left weakened as well as vulnerable.
The Premier League title is a piece of silverware that Pellegrini and Manchester City are aiming to win in the next season and reinforcing the squad is something that must be done in order to compete against the likes of: Chelsea and Manchester United.
Fabian Delph played a huge role for Aston Villa in the previous season as he became the captain of the Premier League club and was one of the main reasons on why his club managed to stay alive in the top tier England league and avoid getting relegated.
The 25 year old English midfielder has a contract with Aston Villa which extends until 2019 and Fabian Delph has a buyout clause of €8 million. Manchester City is preparing to pay the price in order to sign him and if everything goes according to plan, he might be signed by Manchester City in the summer transfer window. Continue reading “Manchester City is on the verge of signing Fabian Delph”
Aaron Lennon joined Everton earlier in February of 2015 as the English player completed his move from White Hart Lane to Goodison Park in a transfer which lasts until the end of the current season.
The footballer who was named as the ‘’Young Player of the Year’’ for Leeds United during the season of 2004-05, Aaron Lennon is going through an impressive form with Everton as he has helped the Premier League club in their quest of avoiding the bottom relegation zone and the side of Roberto Martinez are safely away from being relegated as they are located in the middle section of the English League.
Roberto Martinez is head coach of Everton and the manager has already stated that he is impressed by what Aaron Lennon has been doing in the club and a permanent deal could be agreed if Lennon continues on performing at this high level.
When Everton was facing off with Swansea City on April 11, Aaron Lennon rescued one point for his interim team as he scored the only goal of his club in a match that ended with a 1-1 draw. Lennon also found the back of the net during Everton’s match QPR which was played a few weeks ago in March. Continue reading “Aaron Lennon joined Everton earlier in February of 2015”
Former Tottenham midfielder Aaron Lennon sealed a move to Everton on transfer deadline day, but it appeared that the England international was not too happy with the move. In his first pictures as an Everton player, he appeared glum and dull.
This led to a lot of comments as to whether the 27-year-old was not too happy at moving from London to Liverpool. Everton manager Roberto Martinez insisted that this was not the case and that the photographer was to blame for this controversy. He says that it is the job of a photographer to make the subject smile. Having failed to do so, he says that it is time Everton changed their photographer.
Lennon was a Tottenham player since his £ 1 million move in 2005. He has been part of numerous success enjoyed by the club in the last decade, but he has been pushed to a fringe role under the management of Mauricio Pochettino. After having been a regular first-team player as recently as under Tim Sherwood, Lennon was not too happy with his lack of first-team opportunities. Continue reading “Move made by Aaron Lennon wasnt Supported”