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Tottenham Hotspur's Best XI Of The Decade: Robbie Keane

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Yes, it's been a while since we voted on this. I apologize for the delay. My move and subsequent lack of internet has really hindered my productivity over the past week. Speaking of hindered productivity, Robbie Keane is the final member of our Tottenham Hotspur Best XI of the Decade squad.

Perhaps that's not fair to the Irishman. In all fairness the Robbie Keane being inducted into this squad is not the current version. We're adding the 2002-2008 Keano. During that time the striker appeared in 254 games for Spurs and scored 107 goals. Since then he's managed just 15 goals in 49 appearances.

Keane will always hold a special place in the hearts of supporters. For many new fans of the club Keane was a source of pride for the club in the early part of past decade. I love Robbie Keane. I wish he would ride off into the sunset and be remembered for his great career with the club, but he remains at the club, frustrating many with his high wages and lack of production.

Be on the lookout for our final Worst XI of the Decade vote later this week!