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Danny Rose | Defensemen | #3

Team: Tottenham Hotspur
Age / DOB:  (27) / 7/2/1990
Ht / Wt:  5'9" / 168

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Tottenham have been boosted by the return of Danny Rose and Erik Lamela who were pictured training with the first team on Wednesday.
Rose has spent more than 8 months out after suffering a setback in his recovery from knee surgery in May while Lamela is approaching almost a year on the sidelines having had operations on both hips. However, despite the players being back with the main group today, it still could be sometime before either is ready for first-team action, particularly in the Premier League due to a lack of conditioning. Given the form of Ben Davies and the number of attacking options available at Mauricio Pochettino’s disposal, the Spurs manager will be no rush to bring either back. Instead, it's likely that they'll be involved with the under-23s, or included in the League Cup squad later this month, to help build fitness initially. Oct 11 - 3:19 PM

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Danny Rose underwent exploratory surgery on the knee that has kept him sidelined since January today, and will spend the summer in recovery.

After previous recovery attempts without surgery failed to work, Rose hopefully will be sorted when he rehabilitates over the summer, but he will likely not be ready at the start of next season in even a best-case scenario. It is tough news for Spurs as well as the England national team, as the 26-year old had a grip on the left role for the Three Lions. It is also concerning that his knee showed signs of improvement a week to ten days after the injury, with a specialist initially indicating that a scan revealed the damage was not too significant. Clearly, that wasn't the case and it has cost the full back a couple of months before the club decided to go forth with today's surgery. The hope is that he can return to the level he had been playing at, but it looks like Ben Davies will be the main option on the left starting next season.
May 16 - 9:35 AM

Danny Rose ha returned to training and word out of White Hart Lane is that the left-back could make the squad as soon as a week from Sunday, when Spurs take on rivals Arsenal in Week 35.

Spurs have been without England's first choice left-back since January but his absence has shown how strong of a squad they have, with Mauricio Pochettino tinkering with formation and Ben Davies offering very effective depth. That said, if Rose can make it back in time for the North London derby, even if only in a bench role, it would be a boost for the club's morale as they keep their sights focused on chasing the title.
Apr 21 - 4:57 AM

Mauricio Pochettino confirmed that Tottenham left-back Danny Rose is still a number of weeks away from returning to full training as he continues to recover from a knee injury.

This is a concern for Tottenham supporters and owners of Danny Rose in fantasy as recovery timelines out of White Hart Lane have a reputation for being underestimated or, as is the case with Erik Lamela, not estimated at all. Rose is too good to drop in draft leagues, but owners in that kind of format will hope weeks will not turn into months as a player's fantasy value begins to fade quickly as the matches start to run out. Ben Davies should continue to occupy the role in the meantime and makes for a fine plug and play if still available on free agent markets.
Feb 23 - 12:52 AM

Mauricio Pochettino didn't say much outside of saying he was pleased with the progression of Danny Rose and Erik Lamela.

While Rose has missed the last few weeks with a lingering knee injury, Lamela has missed months with a persistent hip problem that has hampered him throughout the season. But it sounds like both are closing in on a full return in the near future with Pochettino happy with the duo in training: "Jan is close and we’re very happy. Danny Rose is on plan, he’s very positive, a good reaction after his injury. Erik Lamela is building step by step, positive too. We’re happy with the way they are training."
Feb 16 - 3:42 PM

Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino confirmed Danny Rose received some positive news from a scan on his knee this week.

The left-back was taken off in the 36th minute against Sunderland in Week 23. While this weekend's match against Liverpool looks unlikely, with Ben Davies set to fill in once again at left-back, Rose is on track for a fairly quick recovery, according to Pochettino: "Danny is doing well, he’s very positive and we’re very positive. After seeing the specialist we’re happy with the assessment and now it’s only about recovery and building his fitness to be available as soon as possible. It’s good to see him improving every day."
Feb 9 - 7:23 AM

Danny Rose has emerged as an early for the visit of Middlesbrough this weekend.

The Tottenham left-back picked up a knee injury during the 2-2 draw at the Etihad ten days ago, but was cleared to play after he was rested in the FA Cup. However, Rose was unable to see out a very disappointing first half at the Stadium of Light on Tuesday evening after suffering a recurrence of the problem. "In a tackle, he twisted his knee," confirmed Mauricio Pochettino. "After that I cannot say more, we need to look at it tomorrow." Spurs switched to a 4-2-3-1 at Sunderland, a move which saw Kevin Wimmer drop to the bench, but following a lacklustre display, they may revert to a back three which would earn the Austrian a recall. Ben Davies is another option in a like for like swop.
Feb 1 - 6:56 AM

Tottenham fell behind in the opening half but stormed back, coming from behind with a winning goal by Danny Rose to topple Burnley, 2-1.

Burnley nearly went ahead 11 minutes in, but Hugo Lloris made a fantastic stop with his feet of an Andre Gray shot from point blank range. The Clarets would score the opener ten minutes later though, after Kyle Walker was stripped of the ball near the box. Tottenham found an equalizer from Dele Alli just six minutes later, turning in a shot after Walker fizzed a cross into the area. Alli nearly had a big day, but one shot hit the woodwork and another curled just beyond the corner of the far post. The winner came on 71 minutes, when Moussa Sissoko charged down the middle, fed the ball to Rose wide left and the full back beat the keeper at the near post. Rose would exit early with a bruised thigh but will have nine days to recover.
Source: NBC Sports
Sun, Dec 18, 2016 01:05:00 PM

Tottenham will have to do without starting-left back Danny Rose for its showdown with Chelsea due to suspension.

Rose picked up his fifth yellow card of the season in the club's 3-2 comeback win against West Ham this weekend, which incurs a one-match ban due to card accumulation. Now, manager Mauricio Pochettino will have a tough choice on his hands with backup left-back Ben Davies out with an ankle injury. Pochettino could return to the three-man back-line he used in a 1-1 draw with Arsenal in Week 11 or shift Jan Vertonghen to left-back and draft in Kevin Wimmer alongside Eric Dier in central defense with Toby Alderweireld out.
Source: The FA
Thu, Nov 24, 2016 05:21:00 AM

Danny Rose left England's draw with Spain last night prematurely because of a sore foot.

Rose left in the 79th minute of the match and was replaced by West Ham's Aaron Cresswell. His removal looks to be more of a precaution than a serious injury according to Matt Hughes' report on Twitter. That is good news for Tottenham as Ben Davies, the other senior left back for Spurs, remains sidelined with an ankle injury. Toby Alderweireld is fighting for fitness during the week and has a chance as of now to make the derby against the Hammers. That would give Spurs their preferred back four. Kevin Wimmer is on standby after finally making his first league appearance of the season in the Week 11 draw with Arsenal.
Wed, Nov 16, 2016 06:08:00 AM

Tottenham will once again wait on the injury status of standout defender Danny Rose after he sustained a knock this week.

The England left-back played a full 90 minutes against Bayer Leverkusen on Tuesday in Champions League after being left out of the 18 due to fatigue concerns last weekend. However, Rose came away from the 0-0 draw midweek with a knock, which could force Ben Davies back into the starting role. "We need to assess Danny tomorrow," Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino said in his pre-match press conference. "He has a bruised foot. We need to wait to see what happens tomorrow and then see if he’s available or not."
Fri, Oct 21, 2016 02:26:00 AM

The confusion over Danny Rose's omission from the club's 1-1 draw with West Brom on Saturday has been written off as a precaution.

Despite starting for England in its World Cup qualifiers, Rose was left out of the 18 completely over the weekend. But manager Mauricio Pochettino confirmed it was to rest him for the week ahead with a Champions League match and the weekend against Bournemouth: "After his injury he played against Manchester City and then it wasn’t in the plan to play two games with the national team. But because [Ryan] Bertrand was injured, he had to play two games. We don’t want to take risks. I think this is too much for a player coming from the injury to play two games in one week. For that [reason] we gave him a rest to be ready for the next two games."
Source: The Guardian
Mon, Oct 17, 2016 02:59:00 PM

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.
Source: The Guardian
Thu, Sep 22, 2016 09:02:00 AM

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.
Thu, Sep 8, 2016 10:45:00 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
Wed, Sep 7, 2016 09:44:00 AM