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Rangers' Defoe uninjured after car crash

Former Tottenham striker Jermain Defoe revealed he couldn't understand how he didn't win silverware at the club with the quality they had and insists it is something that the club still can't shake.
Jermain Defoe revealed how tough it was to leave West Ham for Tottenham and how his first spell ended with manager Juande Ramos telling him to leave in training against chairman Daniel Levy's will.

Jermain Defoe was involved in a car crash after Scottish side Rangers' win against Aberdeen at Ibrox on Saturday but was not seriously injured in the collision, the club confirmed.

The Scottish Premiership side said on Twitter that they were "happy and relieved to say that no one was seriously injured."

Defoe, who made just short of 500 appearances in the Premier League for West Ham, Tottenham, Portsmouth, Sunderland and Bournemouth, came on as a substitute and scored as Rangers beat Aberdeen 5-0 on earlier on Saturday.

The former England striker later posted a message on Instagram in which he reiterated he was OK after the crash.

"Thank you for your lovely messages, I know you must have been so worried," he said.

"I'm fine, I'm all good. I'm just going to go home and rest up. Still a bit in shock, but I'm all good.

"Thanks for all your messages again."

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