Date: 16th May 2018 at 4:00pm
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Danny Rose has said he has moved on from the comments he made last August and is hoping to be at the club next season.

The left-back had to apologise after his notorious interview with the Sun, but he is now hoping to put it all behind him:

“I have learned my lesson on speaking on that sort of stuff. It is good that the manager has come out and said that. I hope the manager, his coaching staff, the recruitment staff and the chairman can all come together and give the manager what he wants.”

“I fancy myself against anybody in the league. Pre-season; come back and hopefully me and Ben start from scratch and we start again and work hard to nail that number one spot.”

On Twitter, fans were not ready to forgive the 27-year-old for his remarks:


It doesn’t seem a coincidence that reports have emerged that Manchester United have cooled their interest in our no.3. Reports that Everton are now leading the chase may have prompted a re-assessment by Danny about his future.

The fact that he hasn’t performed anywhere as well since his return from injury has likely put off potential suitors. He will likely use the World Cup as a chance to prove himself, but whether that will be for Mauricio Pochettino’s benefit or in a bid to attract more bids from other prospective clubs, we will soon find out over the coming months.


6 Replies to “‘You’ve made your bed,’ ‘No Self-Awareness’ – Fans Not Impressed By Spurs Star’s Latest Comments”

  • To be honest I would like Rose to stay, he is probably the best RB in the Prem when on song, I would rather he stay than Toby. COYS

  • when he has played this season, fit, he has been mostly poor. Nowhere near as committed as before comment, out of position too much and looks like he doesn’t care, body language all wrong. We don’t want to be saying these things, but we must say what is the truth out on the pitch, and he doesn’t deserve a big move based on performance.

  • Having seen rose at wembley since he came back into the team after injury then out injured then back again… I thought he has not been his usual self in game performances. But at the Leicester game saturday he had a better game and caused the Leicester RB to desperately foul him a few times, so with more game time he will get better.

    Now as to his media comments, the lad was allegedly misguided by his agent and media. So as he now realises.. poch has shown him the error of his statement, he should be given a 2nd chance, as poch has.. Should he have a good world cup, get back to form, he will be important to the spurs squad. Also the England manager would not have picked him if he was not sure of Rose’s ability to perform for England.

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