Danny Rose has been a conflicting figure this season at Tottenham, and judging by these comments, there are a number of fans who simply aren’t too keen on him.
Congratulations, lads! https://t.co/FhkvnJYC1u
— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) November 7, 2019
The 29-year-old left-back was called up to Gareth Southgate’s squad this week as the Three Lions take on Montenegro and Kosovo in two Euro 2020 qualifying games that will seemingly be used for the England manager to determine who should be in contention for next summer’s tournament with the team on the verge of qualification.
And for Tottenham fans on social media, who also saw Harry Kane and Harry Winks receive call-ups to the England squad (per the FA’s official website), some were confused as to why Rose was yet again included to represent the Three Lions despite playing close to 1,000 minutes for Spurs this season, as stats from Transfermarkt show.
Here’s what some Tottenham fans had to say about Rose being included in Southgate’s squad for the November international fixtures, with a few supporters questioning why the left-back had been called up…
Danny Rose. Who’s picking the squad? Him mum.
— Gareth Ward (@GarethWspurs) November 7, 2019
How does Rose make it in there? Not surprised about Alli. Too slow and ineffective.
— AO (@Adam_Oliver1) November 7, 2019
Lowkey would be good if Sess emerges somehow in these 18 years. He can easily bench Danny Rose
Think final squad ideally should be either AWB/Walker/Sess over Rose, Dele over Mount and Grealish/RLC over CHO https://t.co/iwUrtMGXg2
— Thfcaditya (@thfcaditya) November 8, 2019
Why are Delph and Rose in the England team?
— Dave Wayvee (@DaveWayvee) November 7, 2019
I’m hoping Danny Rose is nowhere near the starting 11!!
— Dean Andrews (@deanoandrews9) November 8, 2019
How is he taking Danny Rose over Wan Bissaka
— Daniel (@Dansafc18) November 7, 2019
Tottenham fans, where do you stand on Rose this season? Let us know!
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