Roman Pavlyuchenko has hit out at Harry Redknapp over the lack of first-team opportunities, according to Sky
Pavlyuchenko has only made two substitute appearances in the league this season, and believes that he has no chance of forcing his way into Harry Redknapp’s first team plans.
“I don’t believe I can fight my way into the Tottenham starting line-up. Players can feel what the manager thinks about them, and I know that the manager doesn’t count on me these days.
“I don’t want to be the team’s fourth striker. I want to play in the big games in the Premier League. Something must change. I must play in order not to miss Euro 2012, and there is a danger of missing such an important tournament.
“You don’t get into the national squad on past achievements. I will be 30 in December, and it could be my last big tournament.”
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