The Jermain Defoe story is a great one

Defoe Celebrates

The striker rolled back the years to score on his return to the Three Lion’s setup. Before I start this off, here’s a fun fact. Defoe made his debut for England against Sweden in March 2004. Guess who was among his team mates? Gareth Southgate. Coincidentally, it was the England manager's final cap for the Three Lions Yes, Jermain Defoe has been around for that long. And he still has plenty of gas left in the tank. By the time the 2018 World Cup kicks off, Defoe would be 36. Amongst the talents of Harry Kane, Jaime Vardy, Daniel Sturridge, Marcus Rashford and even Wayne Rooney, it’s hard to see Defoe get a ticket to Russia. But here’s the thing; Defoe gets the job done. While it