Plenty of Tottenham Hotspur fans have taken to Twitter to point the finger at Danny Rose regarding some of the latest news to come out of the club.
A long-serving #thfc player has recently complained about Mauricio Pochettino's training methods claiming it's just the "same old messages and same old training sessions". | @TheAthleticUK pic.twitter.com/6e6ubpRMNx
— Daily Hotspur (@Daily_Hotspur) September 26, 2019
It is said the player feels it is very much the “same old messages and same old training sessions” and appears to be suggesting that they are growing disillusioned under the Argentine manager.
Indeed, many of the Tottenham fans have tried to work out which long-serving player it could have been to have said something like that, with many concluding Rose to be the expected culprit.
It is not difficult to understand why fans believe it could be the 29-year-old, as the England international is not shy at voicing his concerns, having been rather vocal in the past when it comes down to how he feels.
Here are just some of the reactions fans had to the latest report…
Hi Danny obvs
— ap (@otheranthony) September 26, 2019
This is Rose surely? He loves a whinge
— Dannielle (@Danniee_xxx) September 26, 2019
Lol gotta love Rose
— Daniel Brown (@Dan_spurs1) September 26, 2019
Gotta be Rose. Long serving and has never been one to shy away from controversy
— Nike Hart Lane (@DoAHasekRoll) September 26, 2019
‘Same old’ is not a phrase many foreign English speakers would use, so unlikely to be Eriksen or Jan. My money is on Rose.
— MintyBloke (@Mintybloke) September 26, 2019
May be Jan. Most likely Rose. Said in the summer Rose must be gone and I’ll say it again
— realtastypickles | #PochOut (@TheTastyPickles) September 26, 2019
— LH (@THFChippy) September 26, 2019
Rose. Without a doubt.
— wheresthebloodystraws (@Carltondoorman1) September 26, 2019
Spurs fans, who do you think is behind the comments? Is Pochettino running out of ideas? Let us know in the comments below!
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