Aaron Lennon

Vale Aaron Lennon 9

Farewell then, little man. There’s a time and a place to discuss Aaron Lennon’s shortcomings, but today isn’t it.  Lennon has agreed to leave Tottenham after almost ten years and will join Steve Bruce’s Hull City on-loan until the end of the season. The obituary of his time at White Hart Lane will be written(…)

Why, in the long-term, Andros Townsend is more useful to Tottenham than Aaron Lennon 2

There was a time, a couple of years ago, that Aaron Lennon was almost as integral to Tottenham’s success as Gareth Bale was in 2012/13. In truth, Spurs were never as reliant on Lennon as they became on Bale, but he was often the spark in the Martin Jol/Juande Ramos days, the player who was(…)

Aaron Lennon’s future at Tottenham depends on his personality 3

A couple of years ago, the idea of Aaron Lennon not being an automatic starter for Tottenham was preposterous: during the Martin Jol years, and the early part of Harry Redknapp’s tenure, Lennon was Spurs’ predominant game-breaker. He was the one who got the crowd out of their seats, and he was the player who(…)

Aaron Lennon now vulnerable at Tottenham

Aaron Lennon now vulnerable at Tottenham 6

Aaron Lennon has been a fixture on Tottenham’s right-hand side for the best part of eight years now, but that might be about to change. Yesterday’s addition of Nacer Chadli means that Andre Villas-Boas has an awful lot of options with which to fill his midfield, and Lennon’s inability to convincingly play more than one(…)

Tottenham’s Aaron Lennon: Season in numbers

Tottenham’s Aaron Lennon: Season in numbers 0

Aaron Lennon is supposedly fit enough to start against Stoke at the weekend, and here are some statistics from his season so far: - Has started 31 Premier League games this season, the same number as Gareth Bale and fewer than only Kyle Walker (34) and Jan Vertonghen (32). - Has made one additional appearance(…)

Tottenham: the importance of Aaron Lennon alongside Gareth Bale 2

All things considered yesterday, Tottenham’s performance against Everton really wasn’t that bad. Obviously, such an opinion doesn’t tie in with the party line about Spurs being utterly useless without Gareth Bale, but so be it. The truth is, that with or without their best player, this Tottenham squad is still full of extremely talented players(…)

Goal analysis: Tottenham’s Gareth Bale (vs Swansea) 0

While we’re waiting for this evening’s games, let’s take one more look back at one of the goals from the weekend. Tottenham’s second goal against Swansea came, yet again, from the left foot of Gareth Bale - but there was far more to it that just the Welshman’s admittedly stunning finish. Step-by-step… One of the(…)

Aaron Lennon the latest Tottenham player to be linked with a move away 1

If you believe all the press reports flying around at the moment, the only player Tottenham will have left in their squad next season is David Bentley. Everybody else is off, they’re all being sold, all of them - Barcelona, Real Madrid, Manchester United, all the big clubs want all of Andre Villas-Boas’ players. Not(…)

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