Jermaine Jenas is a former footballer who started his career at his hometown club Nottingham Forrest; making his senior debut in 2000. His eye-catching performances and undoubted potential earned him a £5million move to Newcastle United as an 18 year old.
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Jermaine 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. While at Tottenham, Jermaine played an integral role in the side that won the Carling Cup in 2008, and in the same year was named as the club's vice-captain. Following a loan spell at Aston Villa, and a brief return to Nottingham Forest, Jermaine signed for Queens Park Rangers in 2013. He became an England International in 2003 and represented his country on 21 occasions and was part of the 2006 World Cup Squad. Outside of football, Jermaine co- founded Aquinas Education. The company was set up to help lower truancy and raise attainment within schools and tackle the associated problems which stem from these issues. He currently works as a pundit, most recently for the BBC on Match of the Day.
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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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