Aaron Lennon

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Aaron Lennon
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Date of Birth16th April 1987
Place of BirthLeeds, England
Natural PositionRM, AMR
Starting ClubTottenham
Starting Wage (per week)£45,000

Aaron Lennon is a 23 year old Right Winger currently playing for Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur. He has been with the club for five and a half years, joining at the early age of 18 and has never looked back, establishing himself as the main right midfielder for almost all of the time period he has been signed to the club. He has been nominated for the PFA young player of the year award three times, in 2005-2006 (winner: Wayne Rooney) 2006-2007 (winner: Cristiano Ronaldo) and once more in 2008-2009 (winner: Ashley Young). He is noted for his blistering pace, ability to beat his man and tireless work rate. a Clichéd view on the player is that his "final ball is lacking". However, it is arguable that this is due to notable lack of an aerial striker during his time as a right midfielder at Tottenham.

Football manager 2010

Aaron Lennon is one of the stand out wingers on Football Manager 2010, available for a usually fair sum. His very high physical stats, high dribbling and fairly good technicals will enable him to beat his man and put in crosses. On top of this, there is room for improvement for the 5"5 winger, and if shaped correctly can become devastatingly effective. Though not as important as fellow team mate Luka Modric, he is still one of the stand out performers for the team.

Football Manager 2011

In the latest iteration of the Football Manager series, it appears as though Lennon's stats have been reduced. His questionable pace and acceleration stats of 17 and 18 respectively can be disputed (as he is notably one of the quickest players in the premier league- and particularly in comparison with Gabby Agbonlahor, Who Lennon is as quick as but whom has 20/20 pace/acceleration stats), but the particular let down are his low passing, concentration, decisions and composure stats may let him down this year. Though still a reasonably good player, better options are available for non-Spurs managers (whereas Spurs managers may look to invest in a striker for the team).

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