“It brought back a lot of frustration and negativity that I don’t want to project or want to have in myself”: Danny Rose exacerbates annoyance over the Tottenham exile and calls up “brilliant” Newcastle loans for the way new clubs have treated him
- Danny Rose was on loan from Spurs last month until the end of the term
- Rose played a bit of a role at Tottenham when Jose Mourinho became the manager
- The left back has breathed new life into Newcastle under boss Steve Bruce
Danny Rose has talked about how Tottenham treated him in his last few months before moving to Newcastle – a switch he is grateful for, because they have restored the feeling that he had been “missed”.
The left back went on loan to the Magpies last month until the end of the Spurs season.
The 29-year-old has been with Tottenham for the past 13 years, but has been in contact with the club on contract disputes several times and famously gave a candid interview criticizing their transfer policy.
Danny Rose has criticized Tottenham for dealing with him under Jose Mourinho
Rose is now enjoying a new life in Newcastle – she went on loan there last month
Following the arrival of Jose Mourinho as manager in November, Rose became a bit of a player at the North London club and was involved in a heated exchange with the Portuguese after being left out of the Premier League clash in Watford on January 18 .
The left back sought a statement from the Tottenham boss after his team was announced the Friday before the game and Mourinho reasoned that a back injury meant that Rose was not in the best shape to figure out.
An upset Rose, who believed he was fit to play, got the problem with Mourinho during a warm-up training the Sunday after the game. And the two clashed with voices that were raised.
The loan to the north has given Rose a new lease of life and is grateful to Newcastle manager Steve Bruce and everyone involved for making them feel welcome.
“The past three months have been a situation that I have not had since I was 18 or 19 under Harry Redknapp (while I was with Spurs”), is quoted by the Mirror.
Rose was involved in a failure of the training field with Mourinho before his move
Rose has praised Newcastle manager Steve Bruce for being ‘great with me when I need something’
‘Coming here and seeing how the staff treats you is brilliant. The players have also been great, and it is a feeling that I have missed.
“I’m going to make the best of it in the next three months and hopefully we have a great end to the season.
“Outside the field Steve Bruce has been great with me when I need something. He told me exactly what he expected of me when I became a member.
“Even he who took the time to have that conversation with me was brilliant and it was something I missed. I am willing to fight for him in the coming months and I cannot wait to get started. “
Rose has played in both Premier League games for Newcastle since joining and wants to win his first win with the St. James’ Park outfit when traveling to Crystal Palace on Saturday.
Rose will record his first win as a Newcastle player against Crystal Palace on Saturday