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Defoe out


Filed: Sunday, 20th November 2005
By: Matthew O'Greel


Former Hammers striker Jermain Defoe has been omitted from the Tottenham line-up set to face West Ham this afternoon.

The England international - who moved from East to North London in 2004 in the wake of West Ham's relegation from the Premiership - is replaced by Irish striker Robbie Keane.

West Ham start with Mark Noble in place of the injured Nigel Reo-Coker.

West Ham United: Hislop; Ferdinand, Gabbidon, Repka, Konchesky; Mullins, Benayoun, Etherington, Noble; Harewood, Sheringham.

Tottenham: Robinson; King, Stalteri, Lee, Dawson; Davids, Jenas, Carrick, Tainio; Keane, Mido.





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