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Tottenham Hotspur's Worst XI Of The Decade: Rohan Ricketts

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I'm sure there will be a few complaints about this result, but as I discussed in the nominations post there really weren't a lot of options either good or bad at this position. There had to be one winner (loser?) of this vote for Tottenham Hotspur's Worst XI of the decade and unfortunately that is Rohan Ricketts.

Ricketts played under 3 different managers during his time at Spurs and two of them really weren't all that good. Hoddle was the man that gave Ricketts his chance in the first-team and that initially seemed like a good decision, with Ricketts being tipped for an England call-up. The subsequent regimes of Jacques Santini and Martin Jol were unkind to Ricketts and he was offloaded to Wolverhampton Wanderers in 2005.

Ricketts is currently plying his trade in the fourth tier of German Football with SV Wilhelmshoren. He's also branched out into media and he's a great person to follow on Twitter. Unfortunately, he's also a member of Tottenham Hotspur's Worst XI of the Decade.

Next we move over to the right side of midfield. Only a few more spots left!