Danny Rose: I hope the boss gets what he wants

Ross Houston
May 17, 2018

"If contract talks aren't going the way he wants, it would be perfectly natural in the wild world of football for the people around Pochettino to remind Tottenham just how desirable a manager he is, and no club would be more guaranteed to get under Tottenham's skin than potential interest from Chelsea, because that is a very intense rivalry".

He also told chairman Daniel Levy - famed for his low-priced transfer deals and strict wage structure - he needed to "take risks and be brave" to end the club's hunt for silverware.

"I have learned my lesson on speaking on that sort of stuff", he said.


He has since featured 115 times for the north London club, as well as developing into one of the top centre-backs in the Premier League.

A top-four finish for a Spurs side, that too for a third season running, would've been a good enough for any other manager at the club in the last two decades.

"I hope the manager, his coaching staff, the recruitment staff and the chairman can all come together and give the manager what he wants".

However, after a insane season finale at Wembley, where it was Spurs' last home game before they move to the new White Heart Lane, question marks about where the club is heading remains as open as it was ever before.

Tottenham Hotspur defender Danny Rose has vowed to fight for his place in the first team next season.

"Even though I haven't played as much as I'd like I feel like I've grown mentally so there are positives to take out of the season".

"If Liverpool beat them in the Champions League, I think Real Madrid get Pochettino", Express quoted him. "Pre-season; come back and hopefully me and Ben start from scratch and we start again and work hard to nail that number one spot".

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