Rose confident Tottenham can halt Manchester City run

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  • by mawspurs, Dec 14, 2017 at 12:48 PM
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    Danny Rose says Tottenham Hotspur are relishing the challenge of ending another unbeaten run against Manchester City on Saturday.

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Discussion in 'Spurscommunity Front Page News' started by mawspurs, Dec 14, 2017.

  1. onthetwo
    he didnt look up for it last night (IMHO) but maybe this is the kind of game to get him going again!?
  2. tiger666
    In what way did he look "Not up for it" ?
  3. Dougal
    Yay! A Rose interview. It’s been too long.
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  4. vicbob
    He will probably get a view of how well we do from the bench!
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  5. onthetwo
    just in the way that he wasnt overlapping as he was last year. I had a look at his 'heat-map' to confirm this and hes much closer to the half-way line than in some of the games from last year. Might be tactics but against a team with 10 men behind the ball id expect him to be further forward.
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  6. chinaman

    On at least half a dozen times, he got into very good position on the left and the ball wasn't played to him. I saw a couple of times he was very frustrated with that.
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  7. Hakkz
    Maybe it's a case of people not trusting him anymore :cautious:
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  8. Geyzer Soze
    Bollocks to so this PR/ Media bullshit. So clearly tossed this by the PR dept to counterbalance the previous fuck up ...

    Idgaf just play.

    It’s the Club making a positive sound for the benefit of the fans by way of a players mouth. The player who needed a PR rub this month is Rose. Bleurgh
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  9. Japhet
    Hope Kompany is out. Nothing to lose so we might as well have a go at them. A point would be a good result though.
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  10. JC-Rule
    Maybe not playing 3 CBs, meant he could not overlap as much. But i agree, he is nowhere on the form he was last season, to be expected though.
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  11. jolsnogross
    Even though last night was pretty much lacklustre all over the pitch, including Rose, I'd probably pick him for the weekend. Walker and Sterling are going to thrive down the right unless someone makes them think about the danger in behind them. Davies has come on a bundle, but I think Rose and Son are the ones to take the game to City on that side.
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  12. gusrowe
    We are capable of getting a result but will have to be at the top of our game. Should be an open game....3-3.
  13. guiltyparty
    I was worried about the poor fella
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  14. guiltyparty
    He looks overweight and a way off full match fitness. Which is to be expected. He was an absolute machine before, ripped as fuck
  15. shelfboy68
    I wish players wouldn't say stuff like this in the press Son came out and said similar as well, look what happened before the NLD all talk and then didn't show on the day.
    I believe city are certainly beatable and we are capable of doing that but keep it amongst themselves and go out a do the business.
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  16. Gaz_Gammon
    Can i find it on Google?
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  17. sebo_sek
    I think they are all really up for it, hence the slow pace of the Brighton game.
    I remember the snipey comments befor Real. A draw was the pinnacle of hope. We are capable of beating that lot.
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  18. Bilko
    We could easily get our noses rubbed in it tomorrow- a quiet positive approach please-then we'll see
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