Three's a crowd: Jenas's 2010 hopes could suffer from selection, says Harry

03 December 2009 12:34
Jermaine Jenas' World Cup dream could be ruined because Tottenham Hotspur have so many good players, according to manager Harry Redknapp.[LNB]Wilson Palacios and Tom Huddlestone have been the cornerstone of Spurs' midfield this season and manager Harry Redknapp admitted he is struggling to accommodate all three.[LNB]Aaron Lennon and Niko Kranjcar are established in the two wide positions with Luka Modric ready to re-establish himself after injury.[LNB] National service: Jermaine Jenas may struggle to convince Capello in time for the World Cup if he doesn't play enough games, says Redknapp[LNB]Redknapp said: 'Two of them [Huddlestone and Jenas] are trying to get in that England squad and Wilson, has been fantastic. I tried playing all three of them against Sunderland with Robbie Keane in behind them but it didn't really work. [LNB]'We got away with it without playing very well but there's nothing to say that system wouldn't work another day.' [LNB] Tottenham close in on deal to land £6.5m Brazilian midfielder SandroForget Carling Cup exit, Spurs CAN break into the Big Four, says FergieTOTTENHAM HOTSPUR FC

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