Jenas on ‘new chapter’ at Villa

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Jermaine Jenas - Tottenham Hotspur News

Jermaine Jenas, who signed on a season-long loan deal from Spurs, is looking forward to a ‘new chapter’ at Villa Park.

“Villa is a big club and I’m up for the cause. I want to get my head down and fit into the squad as quickly as I can,” he said.

“It’s a new chapter in my career and it would be great to achieve something at the club. I’m really looking forward to getting going.”

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  1. I've always had faith in JJ & hope that he suceeds at Villa ( just to prove some of the Spurs fans who abhor him). You are on loan & would hope to see you return

  2. Dithers when on the ball then either passes it to the opposition, passes back or has it nicked off him. Thats why most spurs fans don't like him. I for one hope he never comes back.

  3. hes looking forward to get going

    we have been waiting for him to get going for years

    the most overated player ever to wear a spurs shirt.

    unfortunately its only a loan so i have no doubt after a year they will send him back as quick as they can.

  4. we have been waiting for him to get going for years.
    what a waste of time
    the most overated player i have ever seen.
    unfortunately its only a loan .
    100 per cent they will hand this loser back after the loan expires.

  5. Good under Jol, very good under Ramos, absolute joke since..Spurs and jenas both needed freshening up..only 4 years ago he was playing for england , then again Carlton palmer did too..good luck to JJ..I will remember him with his great performance against chelsea at wembley in carling cup final.

  6. Will prove his doubters wrong, great engine, just needs the confidence gained from fans backing and consistent selection rather then the odd half hour here & there. Sums up our window in general that he wasn't even replaced.

  7. James, I don't know if you've been to see a football match, but Jenas is the most lily livered, brainless and weak footballer I have ever seen.
    What mystifies me is that he has a decent shot and is quick but managers have played him in a deep lying midfield role where having a brain is important. I don't know why he hasn't played just behind a front 2, driving forward and getting shots away. In my view he is up there in the Joe Cole, Dennis Romadahl, Abu Diaby category of What is he meant to be doing on the pitch?
    Will have nobody to moan at now. Ah there's always Pav!

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