Move made by Aaron Lennon wasnt Supported

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”

Aaron Lennon played only 9 Matches out of 20

20 Premier League matches have been played and Aaron Lennon from Tottenham Hotspurs has only performed in 9 games for his club, it’s evident that the English winger does not play an important role for Mauricio Pochettino and now that it’s January, clubs are searching around the transfer market for players that could be signed and Lennon has turned into an attractive target for a few clubs.

Sunderland, Stoke City and West Bromwich Albion have entered the race to sign the 27 year old English winger substitute player of Tottenham Hotspur. Continue reading “Aaron Lennon played only 9 Matches out of 20”

Aaron Lennon wont quit anytime soon

Aaron Lennon is not running out of gas just yet. The English winger is still hungry and he wants to play more and more matches.

Lennon is not the oldest football player in the world right now. In fact, he is only 27, but, it seems he has been around forever and that’s because he had made his debut at a very small age.

Lennon was only 16-year old when he had featured for the first time in the English top division for his boyhood club Leeds United.

He has not looked back since then and recently, he completed his 400 games at the senior level which is certainly some achievement especially for a player who is only in his high twenties.

Lennon finds it hard to believe the fact that it’s been 11 years since his debut.

Talking to a website the previous evening, the Spurs player said, “Time’s just flown by. It’s unbelievable.”

When asked if he knows he has got his games’ count to four hundred, Lennon said, “No one counts the no. of matches that he plays, but, people do let you know when you reach some kind of landmark. I was told yesterday that it was my four hundredth game and I am really proud of it. To be able to feature so many times at such a high level, it’s really fantastic.”

“The first time that I had stepped on to the field to play for the Three Lions, it was memorable and then, thankfully, I had the privilege to play in World Cup. Also, I have to mention my first appearance in Leeds’ jersey. That was pretty special too.”

During his 9 years at White Hart Lane, Lennon has been a regular most of the times. This season though, he has played only 4 games so far.