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Danny Rose | Defensemen

Team: Tottenham Hotspur
Age / DOB:  (25) / 7/2/1990
Ht / Wt:  5'8" / 159

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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. Nov 4 - 9:19 AM
Source: The Score

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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
Oct 27 - 12:44 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.
Oct 15 - 2:43 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.
Aug 8 - 7:09 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
May 16 - 11:56 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.
May 7 - 11:10 AM

Danny Rose became the latest England international to withdraw from the upcoming games with Lithuania and Italy after picking up an unspecified injury in training.

Rose was a late addition to the England squad - replacing Manchester United left-back Luke Shaw [hamstring] - but the FA confirmed on Wednesday that the defender had returned to Tottenham for treatment following a problem during todays' session. With no additional call-ups at the time of writing Leighton Baines looks certain to start in both games although Ryan Bertrand would be an obvious choice should Roy Hodgson decide to bring in a replacement. Rose is one of five withdrawals already this week joining Adam Lallana, Daniel Sturridge and Fraser Forster while Fabian Delph has been struggling with illness and Raheem Sterling is managing a toe complaint.
Source: The Guardian
Mar 25 - 5:48 PM

One outside back was a bit of a disaster while the other, Danny Rose, was one of the few who came away from Spurs' Week 29 loss at Manchester United with any credit.

You have to dig deep to find encouraging storylines from Spurs' trip to Old Trafford last weekend but Danny Rose is one. Mauricio Pochettino did his best to replace Rose with Ben Davies and occasionally with Jan Vertonghen but Rose played well against Manchester United and even managed to get close to double digits in the Yahoo scoring system as he led all Spurs players with 9 points for the week. A yellow card and three fouls committed prevented him from doing even better with seven tackles won, three passes intercepted, a blocked shot and a successful cross.
Mar 18 - 12:46 PM

Tottenham left-back Danny Rose has signed a new five-year contract with the club.

Rose was expected to leave the club after Ben Davies' arrival from Swansea last month, but this new contract suggests the two left-backs will be competing with each other for a starting spot. Rose, who has reportedly impressed new manager Mauricio Pochettino during pre-season, can also play as a winger.
Source: The Guardian
Fri, Aug 1, 2014 05:13:00 AM

Tottenham ended a run of six games without an away win by beating 10-man Stoke.

It wasn't a particularly pleasant game at the Britannia Stadium, so it seemed apt that it was settled by a single goal. It came after Emmanuel Adebayor produced some excellent work down the flank before crossing for little Danny Rose, who headed home powerfully. Stoke had Ryan Shawcross sent off for a second yellow card, but the home side had two great chances before the end of the game - Steven N'Zonzi headed wide and Marko Arnautovic had a shot saved by Hugo Lloris. Tottenham weren't great but the win moves them within 3 points of Everton, while Stoke stay settled in mid-table.
Source: BBC Sport
Sat, Apr 26, 2014 12:30:00 PM

Danny Rose did a little bit of everything, good and bad, in a wild come-from-behind draw for Spurs at the Hawthorns.

Danny Rose was beaten badly twice in the first four minutes on Saturday and that led to West Brom going up 2-0 very early. He subsequently forced a strong save by Ben Foster and then drew a penalty from Morgan Amalfitano that Emmanuel Adebayor blew. And that was all in the first half. In the second half as Spurs came back from 3-1 down to draw even, Rose was booked for a dive that proves exactly why he is a defender.
Sat, Apr 12, 2014 12:35:00 PM

The FA have confirmed a successful appeal was made by Tottenham Hotspur to lift the suspension given to Danny Rose when he was sent off against Manchester City, and will be in contention for Spurs when they visit Hull City tomorrow.

If only the correct decision was made on the challenge itself, where Rose did tackle from behind, but he clearly got to the ball before making contact. The result led to a penalty converted by Yaya Toure and a man advantage for Manchester City which opened the floodgates. Rose should slot straight back in to the left back spot tomorrow as Spurs look to bounce back from the midweek drubbing.
Fri, Jan 31, 2014 11:30:00 AM

Tottenham say they will appeal against the red card shown to Danny Rose in the 5-1 home defeat to Manchester City.

As expected, Tottenham appeal. With Edin Dzeko running through on goal, Rose tackled the striker and appeared to win the ball, but also took some of the man. The referee appeared to award a corner before the assistant referee flagged, and once a penalty was given Rose had to be sent off for denying an obvious goalscoring opportunity. Rose faces a one-match ban and will miss the game at Hull if he is not cleared.
Source: BBC Sport
Thu, Jan 30, 2014 11:27:00 AM

Danny Rose was sent off during Tottenham's heavy defeat against Manchester City and faces a one game suspension.

This was a contentious one. As Edin Dzeko ran through on goal, Rose tackled the striker and appeared to win the ball, but also took some of the man. The referee appeared to wave play on before the assistant referee flagged, and once a penalty was given Rose had to be sent off for denying an obvious goalscoring opportunity. The score was 0-1 at that point and the decision triggered a Tottenham collapse as they went on to lose the match 5-1. Expect the club to appeal against Rose's potential one match suspension.
Source: BBC Sport
Wed, Jan 29, 2014 05:08:00 PM

Danny Rose is in line for a Premier League return after playing the first half of Spurs' Europa League match against Anzhi Makhachkala.

Spurs will be happy to get Rose back after Jan Vertonghen, who was deputizing on the left, suffered his own injury. Kyle Naughton will likely return to the bench after starting against Sunderland.
Source: The Guardian
Sat, Dec 14, 2013 01:33:00 AM