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Chelsea ready £50m bid for Danny Rose

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Chelsea are set to launch a £50m bid for Tottenham Hotspur left-back Danny Rose, according to The Sun. The Blues will lodge their offer after they...

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Tottenham target four new signings

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Tottenham Hotspur are looking to add four new players to their squad before the transfer window closes.

In the week where full-back Danny Rose questioned the club’s ambition and criticized its transfer policy, chairman Daniel Levy is determined to make a flurry of signings in the next two weeks having signed no one in the last two months.

Former Manchester United captain says Tottenham defender has been unprofessional

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Ex-Manchester United and England defender Gary Neville believes Danny Rose has acted unprofessionally by trying to engineer a move away from Tottenham Hotspur.

Rose was forced to issue an apology after criticising Tottenham’s lack of activity in the transfer market this summer during an interview with The Sun newspaper.

Pochettino says forgives Rose for Spurs ‘Google’ jibe

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London (AFP) – Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino says he has forgiven Danny Rose after the left-back criticised the club in a controversial eve-of-season interview.

Spurs are yet to buy any new players in this transfer window and Rose, 27, told The Sun they needed to sign “world-class players” and “not players you have to Google and say, ‘Who’s that?

Rose row overshadows Spurs opener

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Newcastle (United Kingdom) (AFP) – Tottenham’s start to the season has been overshadowed by Danny Rose’s criticism of the club’s transfer policy, but Mauricio Pochettino insists his side are still in position for a strong Premier League campaign.

Rose attacked Tottenham’s lack of success in the transfer market - they have yet to sign a single player since the end of last season - by suggesting anyone they have bought previously was so unproven “you had to Google them”.

Rose row overshadows Spurs opener

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Newcastle (United Kingdom) (AFP) – Tottenham’s start to the season has been overshadowed by Danny Rose’s criticism of the club’s transfer policy, but Mauricio Pochettino insists his side are still in position for a strong Premier League campaign.

Rose attacked Tottenham’s lack of success in the transfer market - they have yet to sign a single player since the end of last season - by suggesting anyone they have bought previously was so unproven “you had to Google them”.

Tottenham’s Danny Rose issues apology

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Tottenham Hotspur left-back Danny Rose has issued an apology for his controversial interview. The 27-year-old had hit out at the north London...

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Luke Shaw to Spurs: Man Utd left-back linked with transfer

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Manchester United left-back Luke Shaw could join Tottenham Hotspur this summer as part of a deal that sees Danny Rose move in the opposite direction....

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Tottenham’s Danny Rose disgruntled with club; prepared to push for Chelsea move

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After two excellent seasons, Tottenham were poised to sustain that success in the league, put on a better show in the Champions League and improve their prospects of getting some silverware. However, the transfer window has been a largely underwhelming affair for the side.

And now, full-back Danny Rose has criticised the club over its pay structure and transfer dealings, and his views according to The Times, are shared by many of his team-mates, who have “privately supported his decision to air his grievances earlier this week”.

Tottenham Hotspur’s Danny Rose to ‘play up north’ some day

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London (AFP) – Tottenham Hotspur defender Danny Rose risked angering the London club’s supporters by revealing Thursday he wanted to “play up north” before his career was finished.

Meanwhile he also appeared to question Spurs’ transfer policy, saying he hoped a couple of “well-known players” would be joining the club soon.

Tottenham Hotspur’s Danny Rose to ‘play up north’ some day

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London (AFP) – Tottenham Hotspur defender Danny Rose risked angering the London club’s supporters by revealing Thursday he wanted to “play up north” before his career was finished.

Meanwhile he also appeared to question Spurs’ transfer policy, saying he hoped a couple of “well-known players” would be joining the club soon.

‘I’ve Got One Big Contract Left In Me And I Know My Worth’ – Danny Rose Drops Blunt Bombshell On Eve Of New Season, Implores Tottenham To Stop Signing ‘Players He Has To Google’

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Just a few days before the start of the season, Danny Rose has given an incredibly blunt interview in which he, a) criticises Tottenham's transfer activity (or lack thereof) this summer and, b) openly admits he's keen to move back to a more northerly club sooner rather than later.

Rose, who has spent the last six months out nursing a knee injury, refused to mince words while speaking to The Sun, getting pretty much all of his major gripes off his chest in one fell swoop.

Chelsea boss Antonio Conte wants to make £40m bid for Tottenham’s Danny Rose

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Tottenham Hotspur left-back Danny Rose is a transfer target for Chelsea head coach Antonio Conte, according to The Sun. The Italian boss is...

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Spurs’ Rose has knee surgery after setback

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London (AFP) – Tottenham Hotspur left-back Danny Rose has undergone exploratory surgery on his left knee after a setback in his recovery, the Premier League club announced on Tuesday.

The England international, 26, sustained medial ligament damage during Tottenham’s 0-0 draw at Sunderland on January 31.

Guardiola says Europe key to English development

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Manchester (United Kingdom) (AFP) – Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola believes European football is more important than the Premier League in helping young English players reach their full potential.

Guardiola has suggested that it is only by playing regularly in the latter stages of the Champions League at major stadiums such as the Nou Camp, the Bernabeu, the Allianz Arena and the Juventus Stadium that England’s best young players can develop the right mental attitude to win major tournaments.

Guardiola says Europe key to English development

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Manchester (United Kingdom) (AFP) – Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola believes European football is more important than the Premier League in helping young English players reach their full potential.

Guardiola has suggested that it is only by playing regularly in the latter stages of the Champions League at major stadiums such as the Nou Camp, the Bernabeu, the Allianz Arena and the Juventus Stadium that England’s best young players can develop the right mental attitude to win major tournaments.

Tottenham: Danny Rose Makes His Way Into Metro’s Team Of The Week Without Even Playing

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In a selection baffling enough tomake Garth Crooks wince, the Metro went and named Danny Rose in their 'Team of the Week' for the last round of Premier League matches.

It should probably be noted at this juncture that Rose didn't actually make it out onto the pitch for Tottenham's rout of Stoke on Saturday as he was otherwise engaged nursing a hamstring injury.

Spurs’ Danny Rose sorry for ‘Battle of Bridge’ role

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London (AFP) Tottenham Hotspur left-back Danny Rose has apologised for his role in Monday's ill-tempered 2-2 draw against Chelsea, which has been dubbed "The Battle of the Bridge".

There were 12 yellow cards and two touchline melees during the match at Stamford Bridge, which saw Spurs' Premier League title hopes dashed by Eden Hazard's 83rd-minute equaliser.

Spurs’ Danny Rose sorry for ‘Battle of Bridge’ role

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London (AFP) Tottenham Hotspur left-back Danny Rose has apologised for his role in Monday's ill-tempered 2-2 draw against Chelsea, which has been dubbed "The Battle of the Bridge".

There were 12 yellow cards and two touchline melees during the match at Stamford Bridge, which saw Spurs' Premier League title hopes dashed by Eden Hazard's 83rd-minute equaliser.

Five reasons for England fans to be optimistic after Germany 2-3 England

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Manchester City vs Tottenham Hotspur combined XI – who makes the final cut?

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Manchester City vs Tottenham Hotspur combined XI who makes the final cut? - originally posted on Soccerlens.com

Tottenham Hotspur travel to the Etihad Stadium to face Manchester City in game that could be extremely pivotal in the Premier League title race.

We pick the available combined eleven of the two teams, based on form.

Arsenal vs Tottenham: 10 Classic North London Derbies

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The north London derby. A simple utterance of the historic fixture is usually enough to get the blood boiling for fans of Arsenal and Tottenham. A mention of the opposing team serves as a reminder of...

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Hugo Lloris set to return for Spurs this Saturday against Stoke

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Hugo Lloris is ready to start for Tottenham after head coach Mauricio Pochettino reported a fully-fit squad ahead of Saturday's match against Stoke.

The 28-year-old goalkeeper sustained a fractured wrist in pre-season and was only fit enough to start the season-opener at Manchester United from the bench, although he played 90 minutes for Spurs' Under-21s against Everton on Monday.

Chelsea ask Tottenham to name price for Danny Rose? What do you think?

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According to various sources, Chelsea have made an enquiry over the availability of Tottenham's left back Danny Rose and have followed that up by asking them to name their price. What do you think of Rose?

I personally believe that Chelsea have pretty much shot themselves in the foot here with Ryan Bertrand.

REPORTS: Chelsea poised to bid for Tottenham left back?

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Tottenham's Danny Rose, according to reports, has become the subject of significant interest by Manchester City and Chelsea with both poised to make a bid for him this summer. What are your thoughts?

If you asked any Chelsea fan of areas on the pitch that they believe need to be strengthened, they would respond by saying the left back area.

Tottenham’s Danny Rose in Man City’s sights – but should they sell?

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Following Manchester City's capitulation in the second half of this season, a widescale revamp of the playing squad is expected this summer.

One of the issues that the current Premier League champions have is a lack of homegrown players, with their array of stars originating from the four corners of the globe.

Juan Mata, Kane, Gerrard… Names of the Premier League, week 30

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Watch Spurs 4-3 Leicester match highlights [VIDEO]

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Leicester manager Nigel Pearson labeled referee Mike Dean "one of the most arrogant men" he has ever met after awarding a game-changing penalty against Harry Kane-inspired Tottenham.

White Hart Lane bore witness to a thrilling, end-to-end encounter on Saturday, with star turn Kane capping a wonderful week with his first Premier League hat-trick as Spurs ran out 4-3 victors.

Watch Spurs 4-3 Leicester match highlights [VIDEO]

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Leicester manager Nigel Pearson labeled referee Mike Dean "one of the most arrogant men" he has ever met after awarding a game-changing penalty against Harry Kane-inspired Tottenham.

White Hart Lane bore witness to a thrilling, end-to-end encounter on Saturday, with star turn Kane capping a wonderful week with his first Premier League hat-trick as Spurs ran out 4-3 victors.

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Liverpool 2-0 Spurs: Five Lilywhite Observations

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Having not strung consecutive passes together since around 2014, and suffered defeats in recent weeks to such behemoths as Swansea and Southampton, there was a fairly morbid inevitability about the fact that Liverpool would rediscover their joie de vivre against us. Of course they would.

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Spurs 4-0 WBA: Four Lilywhite Observations

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Enjoying Themselves

Have you ever seen a set of players just enjoying life as much our lot did yesterday? While the pre-match prognostications had naturally been cheery thoughts of how West Brom derailed us last year, and we rarely beat them, and wouldn't it just be so very Tottenham to follow up a win over Chelsea with a pickle against WBA – our heroes sauntered onto the pitch as if they had been having the mother of all jollies in the changing room, and were determined that nothing as irrelevant as a referee's whistle was going to interrupt their fun.

Stoke 0-4 Spurs: Five Lilywhite Musings

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A curious sport seems to have broken out amongst our heroes, whereby they amuse one another by replicating exactly all results from last season. I must confess I have come across more entertaining gags in my time, but if it means meeting Stoke away and treating that impostor with a disdainful 0-4 then I am all for it.

Spurs 1-1 Liverpool: Five Lilywhite Musings

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I suppose in theory one could quite rightly point to a win and two draws as a solid, meat-and-two-veg sort of return on the opening few weeks, the sort of thing upon which vast and dashed successful empires were built in the days of yore.

Nevertheless, at the final whistle yesterday it felt not so much like we had purred through the gears so much as just about got the thing back into the garage in one piece, and with some pretty dubious coughing and spluttering sounds emanating from the engine.

Spurs 3-0 Bournemouth: Six Lilywhite Observations

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1. Fast Start

No time to bed in and have a few early sighters, not with our lot. The opening toot of the whistle was the signal for the hounds to be released, and before one even had time to pour a stiff something into a tumbler and give it a swirl, young Kane was already racing away to dish out back-slaps and "What hos".

Spurs 2-2 Arsenal: Five Dashed Frustrated Lilywhite Observations

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1. A Dampish Squib

I suspect I was not the only one who, as matters progressed yesterday, found myself murmuring "Not so good, not so good." The opening salvos were dished out well enough, and the ten-minute spell after the red card obviously had us all leaping from our seats like men possessed.

City 1-2 Spurs: 7 Lilywhite Observations

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1. Dreamland (For Now)

As my ill-treated cardiovascular system desperately creaked its way through those wretched "four minutes" of injury-time, I noted today – and not for the first time - that watching Spurs will presumably one day be the death of me. Having been in something approaching rude health at kick-off (a brief social binge to Malta will do that to a man), by minute 94+ I was little more than a slab of meat slung over a chair, fingernails gnawed into submission, and oxygen collected only by the most rudimentary gasps that sounded like a radiator from a bygone era.

Spurs 4-1 Sunderland: 4 Lilywhite Points of Note

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The Return of Dembele

Coincidence? Around these parts we certainly think not. For the last couple of weeks young Master Carroll has been hopscotching around the place, with pretty passes a-plenty and a very serious expression, which does not make him look any less like a 10 year-old but is noble enough.

Burnley 0-0 Spurs: Searching The Dirge For Positives

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The media and PR machine would no doubt insist otherwise, but following the defeat to Man Utd, and with the Top Four starting to edge away, there is now an unmistakeable whiff in the air of a troupe of lilywhites going through the motions as if their lives depend on thrill-free monotony, as the season winds down.

The Rest

Arsenal handed BIG injury boost with super Spaniard

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When the recent north London derby clash between Arsenal and Tottenham in the Premier League was ending I did not even realise at the time that our Spanish international star Hector Bellerin had picked up an injury thanks to a rash and needless tackle by Danny Rose, which was later criticised by Arsene Wenger.

Summer Lilywhite Musings

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Here at AANP Towers we are pretty firmly of the opinion that not a dashed jot ought to be read into the great big tease that is The Pre-Season Friendly, and in that spirit I'm inclined to care not a hang about the two defeats. Of rather more interest were the shiny new personnel who gambolled around the Melbourne Cricket Ground (a turn of events that did get me thinking that the last time I tried playing football on a cricket green I was unceremoniously booted off, with the threat the local constabulary were to be involved, but such is life).