Asked about City’s start to the season, Rose was quoted in the Evening Standard: “I’m not surprised how well they’ve done, considering how much they’ve spent. You’d like to think a team spending that much is going to be right up there.”
“I know you can always say nothing is won in November but they are going to take some catching. We’re up for that challenge. We’ve already marked down when we play them – December 16.
“We’re looking forward to that and we just have to make sure that, if they do slip up any points along the way, we’re ready and prepared to catch them.”
One of the worst things you can do is encourage people to share their thoughts. From comment boxes on blogs to social media, the bulk of it isn’t worth reading. That’s not cruel, or unfair. That’s true.
The worst offenders are those who wouldn’t have been driven to tell you what they were feeling, but you prompted them to talk on a subject by giving them a platform. Think Gary Lineker or Lily Allen.
Need someone to be a brilliant footballer in the nineties? Lineker is your go-to guy.
Want some insight on the absolute curse of refugees clogging up, raping and radicalising their way through Europe from the same guy? No, nobody does.
Danny Rose discussing who well Manchester City are doing goes beyond being irritating. In the context of his interviews with the BBC and The Sun this is him openly courting a move.
I hope Spurs sell this gormless clown as soon as a deal can be done.