Rose: I'll voice my opinions differently in future

mawspurs

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The Tottenham left-back was fined for an explosive interview last season, but says that has been forgotten about as he returns to fitness

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Interesting how he'll voice those concerns differently now that his competition has had an excellent spell in the side.

But bitterness aside I hope he just gets his head down and gets back to his excellent pre-injury form.
 

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Interesting how he'll voice those concerns differently now that his competition has had an excellent spell in the side.

But bitterness aside I hope he just gets his head down and gets back to his excellent pre-injury form.
Really reads to me like he's off in the summer. The whole want to win something here 'this season'. Doesn't need the qualifier. And he hasn't really apologised for it, he's apologised for the reaction to it.

Could be wrong, but going on what Trix has said, feels like they've had a chat, they've agreed he's off, but can he pack it in till then as he's disrupting the group.
 

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Perfectly happy for him to voice his opinions as long as it's to the Club and not the gutter press.
 

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I hope the club hit him with another big fine as clearly this latest outburst was not authorised by the club either.
 

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His original comments were completely baffling as our success has been based on players you need to Google. Indeed, he wouldn't be here if we didn't.
And as for wages they will rise accordingly with the extra revenue from Wembley/new stadium as a percentage of the increased turnover.
For me, it's £50 million to United at the end of the season and get Sessegnon or Luke Shaw in for half (or less) of that.
 

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just when i thought we'd moved on.....:mad::mad:
Yeah, because the best thing for both Tottenham and Rose would be to just ignore this issue and let it fester.

If Rose felt he needed to excuse himself / apologise again then it is good for him and his confidence that he did so, I just want him to be back to his best and ready to play, everything else is just background noise.
 
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