Danny Rose is back in training after an extended lay off that has seen the lad out of action for over eight months.
The old medial knee ligament was the cause but Rose’s real battle with rehabilitaion will come in redeeming himself with Pochettino.
The carnage of The Sun interview is something ‘young’ Danny still climbing out of. Gladys advises that the club will be putting a brave face on their public relations in respect of this, but the 27 year old is fighting for survival on two fronts.
With Bonzo gone, the shape of the Spurs backline has not only significantly changed but Ben Davies has become frankly undroppable.
Yup, Rose and Walks were part of a great defence, but the past is gone. There truth is, that Bonzo bailed at the optimum moment and Rose missed his moment. Hence the spectacular failure of his ‘don’t forget about me’ nonsense in the press.
Can the boy Rose reinvent himself at Spurs? My default position with morons is to suspect an unflattering outcome.
Rose is a depreciating asset and the market rate for an English left back – irrespective of a double digit IQ – is buoyant.
There is a veritable wheelbarrow of statistics that demonstrate that demonstrate Davies to the the superior player, however many of you are obsessed with things that ‘go fast’ and I’m not sure I can be done this evening being told how exciting Hot Wheels™ are, by people communicating via the medium of Alphabetti Spaghetti.