Jonathan Woodgate in final bid to save Spurs career

24 August 2010 04:50
Tottenham defender Jonathan Woodgate has one final chance to save his career at White Hart Lane. [LNB]Woodgate has struggled with injuries throughout his playing days and the 30-year-old is facing an operation to cure the groin problem that has sidelined him since November. [LNB]The former Leeds, Real Madrid, Middlesbrough and Newcastle centre-half is running out of options and Spurs boss Harry Redknapp said: 'It's so sad for Jonathan. He's such a good player and a great lad as well. [LNB] Jinxed: Woodgate (right) has been hampered by a string of injuries[LNB]'He's been all round the world really, trying to find a cure for this groin problem. [LNB]'He's seen two specialists and he's going to get one more opinion, but they seem to be of the opinion that the only chance is an operation.[LNB] 'If he has the op then he's going to be out for quite a long time again before he'll be fit to play. But whatever it takes, we'll back him 100 per cent. We'd love to see him back. [LNB]'We just hope he can get it sorted. No-one could have tried harder than he's tried - he's given it everything he's got. [LNB]'It's amazing. He just can't find a cure for it at the moment, and the operation seems the last chance.'  [LNB] Hands off, Spurs! Pienaar isn't for sale, say Everton amid Crouch talkSign up to our FREE Fantasy Football game - with £40,000 in prize money up for grabsRedknapp admits Spurs will struggle to lure Diarra to White Hart LaneDefoe desperate to play prime-time football as Spurs striker eyes Euro joyTOTTENHAM HOTSPUR FC

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