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International A-Z

Andy Greeves explores the vast number of countries our players have represented on a letter-by-letter basis. The series continues with letter ‘E’ and looks at individuals to have won between five and nine caps for England while under contract with us.

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England

Five of the 33 caps Michael Carrick has won for England so far in his career came while he was a Spurs player between 2004 and 2006. The midfielder, who has been included in the national team’s squad for the 2006 and 2010 FIFA World Cups, played against the USA and Columbia in 2005 and made appearances against Uruguay and Jamaica the following year. On June 25, 2006, he started in a 1-0 win against Ecuador (pictured, above) in the FIFA World Cup round of 16.

Jimmy Seed was capped five times for England during his career, all of which came while he was playing for us. His international debut came against Belgium on May 21, 1921, and he featured in games against Northern Ireland, Wales, Belgium and Scotland between 1922 and 1925. His only goal came in the second meeting with Belgium on March 19, 1923.



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