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Jermaine Anthony Jenas
'From Clifton All Whites to the Football league' 29/40 14 of 29

14. Jermaine Anthony Jenas

Date of Birth 18th February 1983

Jermaine Jenas first played for the Under 10s Clifton All Whites team at the age of 8 being coached by his father Denis Jenas.

A promising talent, Jenas made his professional debut at age 17 for his boyhood club Nottingham Forest who were playing in the second tier, before moving to Premier League club Newcastle United for £5 million just over a year later, where he earned his first senior England cap in February 2003 aged 19 and was named PFA Young Player of the Year for the 2002–03 season.

Jermaine Anthony Jenas played as a central midfielder for English club sides Nottingham Forest, Newcastle United, Tottenham Hotspur, Aston Villa and Queens Park Rangers, all for whom he scored a career total of 39 goals from 341 league appearances. He also appeared 21 times for the senior England national football team, scoring one goal.
He is currently a television pundit for BBC match of the day.