Ledley's fogged off!
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You would forgive Ledley King for thinking that fate is conspiring against him.<P class=MsoNormal>He made a superb full debut against Derby County last season only to suffer a knee injury that ruled him out until May.<P class=MsoNormal>When he finally returned he played well enough against Manchester United and Sunderland to earn a place in England&rsquo;s squad for the European Under-21 Championship in the summer.<P class=MsoNormal>King was a revelation and arguably the find of the tournament but just as he might have been thinking about his goals for this season, he broke a bone in his foot in the final seconds of the final match.<P class=MsoNormal>That injury kept him on the sidelines until September and since then he has impressed in a new midfield role in comeback games for the reserves &mdash; enough to win a place back in the first-team squad.<P class=MsoNormal>However, he had yet to feature in a senior game this season until being recalled to the Under-21s squad and starting line-up for this week&rsquo;s friendly against Italy.<P class=MsoNormal>Just as he was set for his first senior 90 minutes of the season things turned against him again &mdash; this time thick fog descended and forced the abandonment of the game after just 11 minutes!<P class=MsoNormal>King commented: &ldquo;I was looking forward to getting a game under my belt for the Under-21s, my first one of the season, but unfortunately the fog destroyed the game and we only got to play 10 minutes.<P class=MsoNormal>&ldquo;I enjoyed the experience last time with the Under-21s and I was looking forward to this game. I was disappointed with how it turned out.&rdquo;<IMG align=left src="../title_images/england_u21_fog.jpg"> <P class=MsoNormal>There may still be a silver lining for the 20-year-old. With Ben Thatcher suspended and Sol Campbell and Mauricio Taricco both out injured he could well figure in George Graham&rsquo;s plans for Sunday&rsquo;s visit of Liverpool.<P class=MsoNormal>King, who actually made his debut at Anfield back in 1999, added: &ldquo;You never know. All I can do is keep training hard and if I do get chucked in hopefully I&rsquo;ll be ready for it. I&rsquo;ve played quite a few different positions and I&rsquo;m ready for any one that I&rsquo;m put into.<P class=MsoNormal>&ldquo;If the chance does come along I&rsquo;ll prepare myself and try to do the best job I can. I&rsquo;m just looking to push on now. Hopefully can get into the first team and push on from there.&rdquo;<P class=MsoNormal>To listen to Ledley's thoughts, <A href="http://www.spurs.co.uk/news/ram/lk001117.ram">click here</A><P class=MsoNormal>&nbsp;<P class=MsoNormal>&nbsp;<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" /><o:p></o:p>