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'Very Unlucky Not To Have An England Cap' - Harry Redknapp On Jamaican International Wes Morgan

'Very Unlucky Not To Have An England Cap' - Harry Redknapp On Jamaican International Wes Morgan
By Gavan Casey Updated

Naturally, former Tottenham manager and 'proper football man' Harry Redknapp thinks Leicester City captain Wes Morgan is unfortunate not to have an England cap by now - this despite Morgan's 25 caps for Jamaica.

Oh 'Arry, 'Arry, 'Arry.

To be fair, Redknapp's not wrong when he asserts in his Telegraph column that "It is almost certainly too late for him to make it into England's Euro 2016 squad." About three years too late, in fact, for a man who has captained the Reggae Boyz since late 2014.

We're only having a bit of a laugh at Redknapp's expense, of course - despite already being an international footballer for an entirely different country, the future Leicester legend was indeed born in Nottingham, and only qualifies to play for Jamaica through his grandparents.

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Redknapp's column has since been amended accordingly online, but it remains to be seen if the Telegraph editors got their hands on it in time to correct it ahead of print. Sure look, every little thing is gonna be alright.

Kudos to Talksport's Jeff Peters for spotting this one.

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