Jermaine Jenas is one of England's most recognisable footballers and a successful broadcaster, columnist and football pundit. During his football career, Jermaine played in the Premier League and represented England before making his first team debut in 2003.
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Jermaine started his football career at his hometown club Nottingham Forest; making his senior debut in 2000. His performances and undoubted potential earned him a £5 million move to Newcastle United as an 18-year-old in 2002. He spent three seasons at St. James' Park, during which he won the PFA Young Player of the Year Award in 2003, before securing a £7million transfer to Tottenham Hotspur in 2005. Since retiring from the game, Jermaine has established himself as a respected pundit for BBC and BT Sport. He has also undertaken successful ventures outside of football, including co-founding a hugely important foundation working in education, and presenting a hard-hitting documentary on knife crime for BBC Three in 2017. As of May 2021, Jermaine joined BBC?s 'The One Show' as a permanent co-host.
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In his presentations Jermaine talks about his own career as a player. He also speaks about the importance of teamwork and motivation to overcome challenges and be successful.
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