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O'Hara: Premier League is place to be

Jamie O'Hara believes he still has the ability to play in England's top flight league.

he was talking to TalkSport and admitted he was unsure about his future and said this:

'I have played in the Premier League for five years so I think I've got the ability to play there. I'm back fit now and to be honest, we'll have to see what happens.

The Premier League is the place to be. Every team competes in there and hopefully one day I'll get back there.'

The ex-Spurs midfielder may be surprised by the lack of offers for him though, as he carries a lot of baggage with his injury problems over the last three years and not least his frosty relationship with the Wolves fans.

Indeed, Wolves may have problems offloading him.




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Date:Thursday June 6 2013

Time: 10:00AM

Your Comments

I recall his first goal for us which he scored against Albion and I thought he was going to be a great asset. Unfortunately, injury problems blunted his edge and his fitness, leaving only his ego in place. Shame really but the quicker he goes the better.
Southbank60
Almost lost for words,premiership,he wasnt good enough in the championship a weak league i thought and that team was good enough but you could see they were not up for the scrap and too many of them thought they were premiership and would stroll it,the only team that I thought played well was Derby the rest were average at best and we finished bottom two, mind boggles so no Ohara you are not premiership hence the lack of takers
davies09
A case of the older he gets, the better he used to be. He must be dreaming.
johnkelv
 

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