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Danny Rose

25-Year-Old Defender     Tottenham Hotspur  Premier


England

Birthdate:  July 2, 1990    Birthplace:  Doncaster, United Kingdom    Nationality:  England    Height:  5' 8"    Weight:  159 lbs    Show ContractHide Contract

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Danny Rose Contract Information:

Signed new five-year contract with Tottenham in July of 2014

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2015 Proj. Tottenham Hotspur 2165 2 3 15 4 802 17 89 69 52

May 16, 2016    Danny Rose News

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Rose was unused sub in Sunday's 5-1 season finale loss to Newcastle.

A few injuries hampered Rose's season partially and he was given a break in a game that Spurs only needed a draw in. Of the regular starting back-four, Rose will be the only one with a fierce competition for his spot next season with Ben Davies' talent showcased this campaign. Rose will finish the season with one goal, three assists, seven yellow cards and eight clean sheets in 24 Premier League starts.

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May 8, 2016

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Rose (hamstring) is starting on Sunday against Southampton.

Rose picked up a knock last Monday against Chelsea, but it was never considered serious and he'll take his regular spot as the starting leftback.

May 7, 2016

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Rose (hamstring) is fit to play Sunday against Southampton.

Rose left last Monday's match against Chelsea due to the injury, but he trained this week and should slot back into his regular starting role.

April 19, 2016

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Rose tallied a clean sheet, one shot off target and three crosses in Monday's 4-0 dominant win over Stoke.

With Marko Arnautovic turning the Stoke's left flank by far the more active, had a quiet defensive day. That allowed him to take a look upfront and along with the clean sheet he posted a solid work. Rose only has one goal and three assists, thus far, in Premier League but he is always active on offense and with the Spurs scoring 11 goals and picking up three clean sheets in their last four games his fantasy upside is huge. He is faces another favorable match up on Monday when the Spurs are hosting the Baggies.

April 10, 2016

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Rose won three tackles, attempted two shots, put in five crosses and earned an assist during Sunday's 3-0 win over Manchester United.

The fullback was all over the field Sunday, and he capped off his day by slotting a ball into Erik Lamela for Spurs' back-breaking third goal. Rose has been limited to 23 league matches this season, but his ability to get forward and his position along the formidable Tottenham back line has made him a worth fantasy play when he is in the lineup. He should remain a strong option next week versus Stoke.

March 20, 2016

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Rose had one shot (off target), two dribbles and three crosses on the way to a clean sheet in Sunday's 3-0 win over Bournemouth.

Numerous ailments and occasional rotations with Ben Davies have hampered his overall fantasy value, playing only 18 Premier League games this season. However, whenever Rose steps on the field, he has a high fantasy upside given his role in the attack.

March 14, 2016

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Rose created two chances and made three tackles on his way to helping Spurs to a 0-2 win against Aston Villa at Villa Park on Sunday.

A break away from Jordan Veretout aside, Rose had a comfortable game at left back. He was solid defensively and provided a threat going forward. With each game a cup final between now and the end of the season, expect Rose to hold down his place regardless of competition from Ben Davies.

March 13, 2016

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Rose (calf) has returned to the starting lineup for the match against Aston Villa.

Rose has healed up and is making his return to the starting left back position for Tottenham. With this start he'll look to regain his position from Ben Davies and help the back four against Aston Villa.