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Danny Rose | Defensemen | #3

Team: Tottenham Hotspur
Age / DOB:  (26) / 7/2/1990
Ht / Wt:  5'8" / 165

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Danny Rose has penned a new five-year contract that will see the left back a part of the clubs plans until at least the summer of 2021.
Spurs like the core group of regulars they have and are looking to build on their chemistry for the years to come. Rose becomes the fifth regular to sign an extension this year, joining Dele Alli, Christian Eriksen, Mousa Dembele and Eric Dier. Harry Kane is also thought to be inking a new deal sometime soon. All of these contract men are coming off seasons where they either met or exceeded expectations and, in theory, their chance to play together for several seasons to come could provide a window for Spurs to be a steady force for a spot in the league's top four. Rose is still a doubt for the weekend trip to Middlesbrough as he has yet to be cleared for his hamstring injury. Sep 22 - 9:02 AM
Source: The Guardian


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Mauricio Pochettino has revealed in his press conference ahead of Saturday's match against Stoke City that Danny Rose will not play.

Rose's chances of playing this weekend looked to be in major doubt when news hit earlier in the week of a hamstring injury he picked up while playing on international duty. Now that we know he is definitely out for Week 4, the question of how long will he be out of action remains. The report from the Telegraph said the left back could miss up to three weeks but Pochettino offered no definitive timetable when stating Rose's unavailability against the Potters. Fantasy managers will have to do without him for at least one week then. Draft league owners will need to rely on a backup to fill in when he returns while FPL owners need to decide whether they can afford to be without his services for as many as two or three games.
Sep 8 - 10:45 AM

According to the Telegraph, Danny Rose could possibly miss as much as three weeks with a hamstring strain he sustained in England's match with Slovakia.

Rose felt a tweak in his hamstring midway through England's draw with Slovakia, but he carried on and completed the match. Spurs are worried that the left back may have suffered a strain and could miss a couple of league games and, more importantly, their opening Champions League tie with Monaco. However, he has yet to be ruled out this weekend against Stoke so the club will need to monitor Rose over the next couple of days before determining how much, if any, time he will miss. Fantasy owners should prepare to be without him this weekend for the Potters and wait for an update on Friday from Mauricio Pochettino regarding Rose's status.
Source: Telegraph
Sep 7 - 9:44 AM

Reports in England claim Tottenham is in negotiations with fullbacks Kyle Walker and Danny Rose over new contracts.

Rose is the club's longest-serving player and club president Daniel Levy is reportedly ready to offer the left-back an increase in his £35,000-a-week wages after helping the club back into the Champions League with a third-place in the Premier League. Walker is also expected to sign a new contract at the club while DeAndre Yedlin is hoping to provide competition at both positions with his preseason outings. Meanwhile, Harry Kane and Eric Dier are also rumored to be next in line for new contracts.
Source: The Mirror
Jul 28 - 5:17 PM

Danny Rose has a hamstring issue while Toby Alderweireld picked up a knock in Tottenham's draw yesterday evening against Chelsea, putting two key Spurs defenders' status in doubt ahead of this weekend's match with Southampton.

There are some major talking points coming out of yesterday's draw for Spurs and none of them are positive. They set a Premier League record by accumulating nine yellow cards against Chelsea, amazingly finishing the match with a full XI. Mousa Dembele appeared to have eye-gouged Diego Costa and could face a ban this week that will end his season prematurely, this after Tottenham already lost Dele Alli to suspension. In the final ten minutes and change, Danny Rose had to be replaced by Ben Davies and Toby Alderweireld came off hobbling just before the final whistle. All of this while the club were officially eliminated from title contention. Davies can play as an adequate replacement for Rose if the latter cannot go but an absence of Alderweireld would really hurt the club as they attempt to hold on to a final position ahead of rivals Arsenal.
Source: Daily Mail
May 3 - 12:56 PM

Danny Rose made his first appearance for the England senior national team in the side's friendly with Germany on Saturday in Berlin.

Despite starting in only 18 of the club's 31 Premier League matches, the left-back was called into the starting lineup after an injury to Ryan Bertrand. Rose has been in excellent form of late as the 25-year-old has been a critical part of the league's best defense (by least goals conceded) in recent weeks. But Rose wasn't the only Spurs player to start against the world champions as Eric Dier, Dele Alli and Harry Kane also represented the North London contingent in the hopes of making the squad for this summer's European championships.
Source: Sky Sports
Mar 26 - 5:41 PM

Danny Rose picked up a calf injury during Tottenham's draw with Arsenal this past Saturday, but the club thinks the left back could be available for selection by this weekend when they play Aston Villa.

Initial reports had Rose missing as many as four weeks but the most recent statement from the club are much more optimistic. Spurs play the first leg of their Europa League tilt with Borussia Dortmund on Thursday, but with the track record of Mauricio Pochettino rotating his fullbacks, Rose likely would be giving way to Ben Davies regardless of injury status. Rose owners should feel optimistic that the injury is not as bad as first feared, however, if Rose is still feeling any discomfort, one has to imagine Pochettino may turn to Davies again for the Villa match, as they have a very winnable fixture and it would not be prudent to unnecessarily risk Rose.
Mar 7 - 8:46 AM

Spurs gained a major boost in the title race with a come-from-behind 2-1 home win against Swansea City thanks to two second-half goals.

On a day when Arsenal lost to Manchester United, Spurs pulled three points clear of their north London rivals and kept pace with league-leading Leicester City, who are two points above Spurs. Tottenham waited 70 minutes to score its first goal against relegation candidate Swansea City, who took the lead in the 19th minute behind Alberto Paloschi's goal. But second-half substitute Nacer Chadli knotted things up with 20 minutes to go after cleverly redirecting a shot from Kyle Walker into the corner of the net. Just seven minutes later, Danny Rose scored his first Premier League goal of the season off a poorly-headed clearance following a corner kick to give Spurs a resounding three points in such a tight title race.
Source: NBC Sports
Feb 28 - 11:18 AM

Danny Rose was a surprise absentee last weekend, picking up an illness just before Tottenham's match with Southampton, but the left back has been deemed fit by Mauricio Pochettino ahead of Boxing Day.

Rose is ready to step back into his role, but Ben Davies, who was the preferred choice in the early part of the season, helped Tottenham to a clean sheet at St. Mary's and could very easily get the nod again against Norwich. It would make sense in the 48 hour turnaround between Week's 18 and 19 for Pochettino to rotate the pair, as they both offer strong options at the position and it would allow Rose a lighter task as he returns from his illness. In other words, Rose owners should be planning on seeing their man sitting on the bench some time in the next week.
Wed, Dec 23, 2015 09:07:00 AM

Danny Rose had to exit near the end of Tottenham's Monday night victory after picking up a knock.

Rose appears to have taken a hold of the left back spot for Mauricio Pochettino, and has done well in three successive starts. He helped Spurs to a clean sheet draw with Liverpool in the first of those starts, then supplied an assist in each of the last two wins. The knock appears to be nothing serious and with a crucial derby clash next up in league play, the odds are looking right now that he will be in the XI. Pochettino will likely let the left back heal midweek and turn to Ben Davies for the Europa tie Thursday night.
Source: The Score
Wed, Nov 4, 2015 09:19:00 AM

Danny Rose has appeared to finally overtake Ben Davies for Tottenham's left back position, starting the last two league games.

With Spurs having their best result yet over the weekend, and Rose providing the assist for the Mousa Dembele goal, it would be hard to imagine Mauricio Pochettino suddenly switching back to Davies any time soon, unless Rose is injured or plays exceptionally poorly. There is a good chance many managers in draft leagues gave up on Rose, having started only once in the first eight weeks. Check the free agent list to see if he is still there and scoop him up post-haste.
Source: The Guardian
Tue, Oct 27, 2015 12:44:00 PM

The hand injury suffered by Danny Rose during Tottenham's Europa League clash with AS Monaco last week has healed enough to allow him to join the squad when Spurs host Liverpool in the opening match of Week 9.

Having made only one league appearance so far this season, at the surprise of just about everyone, the availability of Rose by no means indicates he is yet a fantasy option. Ben Davies has been the main man at left back for Mauricio Pochettino. Still, Rose is a name worth constant monitoring, as he was a major fantasy weapon last season and can be again if/when he reclaims the position.
Thu, Oct 15, 2015 02:43:00 PM

Danny Rose was a surprise omission from Tottenham's Opening Day team sheet, as he suffered a quad injury in training late yesterday.

Hugo Lloris starts on the bench as well, as Pochettino uses precaution with his prized keeper. Eric Dier continues his role as an out-of-position defender playing in a holding midfield spot along with Nabil Bentaleb. Erik Lamela stays benched while Moussa Dembele gets the start. Nary a striker on the bench to support Harry Kane. Ben Davies starts for Rose.
Sat, Aug 8, 2015 07:09:00 AM

Sporting a freshly-reddened hairdo, Danny Rose helped Tottenham get closer to qualifying for European play next season with a goal in the 2-0 defeat of Hull City.

After picking up just one point over their past three matches, Tottenham did well to bounce back today, and they needed to for their European hopes after Southampton won earlier in the day. Spurs won the possession battle in the first half but the two sides were without a goal at the half. Then, in the 54th minute, Erik Lamela delivered a perfectly weighted through ball to Nacer Chadli who beat Steve Harper to it in the are and guided home to give them the advantage. Seven minutes later, it was Rose who fed Ryan Mason then continued his run into the area to receive the give and go and smashed the roof of the net. Tottenham will wrap up their season at Goodison Park next weekend.
Source: NBC Sports
Sat, May 16, 2015 11:56:00 AM

It seems an unlikely rumor but Danny Rose has been linked with a £15m summer move to Manchester City.

For a player who wasn't even supposed to start at Spurs this season, a proposed move to Manchester City for £15m seems very flattering. Rose was solid for Spurs and, for what it's worth in the real world, he was Spurs' third highest producing fantasy player behind Harry Kane and Christen Eriksen which is a bit of a surprise. Still, when you ask yourself what City has to do to get back to challenging for the title after fading badly, "bring in Danny Rose" hardly seems like an inspiring answer.
Thu, May 7, 2015 11:10:00 AM