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Profile of the English footballer Jermain Defoe, who currently plays as a forward at Sunderland. The 33-year old player Defoe joined Sunderland from and wears the number 18 shirt.

Jermain Defoe
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        (Squad number 18)

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Jermain Defoe Career
1999–2004West Ham United93(29)
2000–2001Bournemouth (loan)29(18)
2004–2008Tottenham Hotspur139(43)
2008Portsmouth (loan)1(1)
2009–2014Tottenham Hotspur135(47)
2014–2015Toronto FC19(11)
2014Tottenham Hotspur (loan)2(1)

England U168(0)
2000–2001England U187(0)
2001–2003England U2123(7)

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Jermain Defoe : Sunderland News
“Liverpool midfielder, Adam Lallana, has ushered heaps of praise on his England teammate, Jermain Defoe, in comments appearing in the Evening Standard, saying the Sunderland striker is a great role model.”
 hitc.com Yesterday
“Jermain Defoe has credited a recent switch to a vegan diet as being partly behind his continued excellence at the top level as the Sunderland striker seeks to maintain his form and remain in contention within the England set-up following his goalscoring”
 The Guardian Yesterday
“The Sunderland forward marked his return from international Returning Defoe on target in England's routine win Jermain Defoe made a goalscoring return to the international fold as England chalked up a routine 2-0 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifying win”
 SBS The World Game Yesterday
“Jermain Defoe has revealed the secrets of the strict regime behind the glorious Indian summer of his career. Defoe returned to international football on Sunday after a four-year absence and took just 21 minutes to take his international goal tally to 20.”
 Sunderland Echo Yesterday
“Jermain Defoe reveals emotions behind his first England goal in four years while Jamie Vardy tells the source of his black-eye. Sunderland and England striker Jermain Defoe has turned to veganism in a bid to stay on top of his game at 34.”
 espnfc.com Yesterday
“Defoe also spoke of his delight at making it an even more special day at Wembley for terminally-ill Sunderland fan Bradley Lowery who was one of the mascots for the game.”
 Daily Star Yesterday
“PA Sport’s Mark Mann-Bryans crunches the numbers following Jermain Defoe’s comeback to the England team. 3 – Defoe became only the third Sunderland player to score for England since World War Two, after Len Shackleton and Darren Bent.”
 Times of Malta Yesterday
“Jermain Defoe has told of his heartbreak at being snubbed by Roy Hodgson for last year’s Euros - and revealed he is trying to turn vegan to reach next year’s World Cup.”
 Mirror Yesterday
“Defoe admitted last week he might have to leave Sunderland for the sake of his England career if the Black Cats, as looks all but inevitable this season, do drop out of the Premier League.”
 The Daily Express 2 days ago
“I wouldn’t be surprised if Jermain Defoe was back in training at the Academy of Light on Monday. I can guarantee that whenever he does pitch up at Sunderland’s training ground, he will be absolutely buzzing.”
 The Chronicle 2 days ago
Jermain Defoe Career Honours
  • Premier League Player of the Month (1): August 2009
  • EDGE Performance of the Month (1): October 2009
  • Tottenham Hotspur FC 'Moment of the Year' (1): 2009–10 (for his 5 goals vs Wigan Athletic.)
  • Premier League Goal of the Month (1): November 2012

    Source: wikipedia.org

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