Jemain Defoe disappointed after England snub
Jermain Defoe has expressed his disappointment after being left out of Fabio Capello's 24-man squad to face Montenegro in England's final Euro 2012 qualifier next Friday. The striker starred for Tottenham in Sunday's 2-1 win over north London rivals Arsenal. Capello was present at White Hart Lane to see Defoe turn in an impressive display. On his knees: Defoe wasn't picked by Capello for the game against Montenegro But the 28-year-old striker was omitted from the squad which was announced on Sunday night, with Capello opting for Wayne Rooney, Andy Carroll, Darren Bent, Danny Welbeck and Bobby Zamora as his attacking options. 'I am obviously very disappointed,' said Defoe. 'I feel I have not let Mr Capello down when I have played, but I will work hard to get my place back.' Tottenham 2 Arsenal 1: Walker strikes to settle north London derby and pile misery on WengerUnited crock Ferdinand absent as Capello names 24-man squad for Euro clash with MontenegroWill Capello risk Gerrard in vital Euro 2012 qualifier against Montenegro?
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