Spurs fans comments on Danny Rose signing for Newcastle United – Interesting
Spurs fan have been reacting to the news that Danny Rose is joining Newcastle United.
There was widespread confirmation across the media on Wednesday night that a deal had been agreed, with official announcements to come on Thursday from the two clubs.
There is some disagreement in the reports as to whether it includes a buying option agreed price in the summer.
However, there is universal agreement that the loan until the end of the season has been finalised, with £2m paid by Newcastle as a loan fee for these remaining months of the season.
So what do the Spurs fans make of the news?
Well, one thing they all appear to agree on, is that it was time for the player to move on from Tottenham.
There is also overwhelming belief that Danny Rose has past his peak and isn’t as good now as in his best days for Spurs and England.
However, as for whether he can do a decent job for Newcastle in these next few months, there is a difference of opinion but a clear majority do appear to think he will improve this NUFC team.
Wishing him well?
Once again a sizeable difference of opinion but a clear majority of Spurs fans this time having negative feelings towards Danny Rose, largely due to his what he has put out in the media at times.
Spurs fans comment on Danny Rose signing for Newcastle via their Fighting C.ck message board:
‘It’s a good move for him, he needs a chance of scene.’
‘His mouth now runs faster than his legs.’
‘What happened to Rose, I dont get it? Is it attitude or ability that declined?’
‘He has lost a yard or two of pace which is probably down to injuries
His attitude clearly hasn’t helped either, although I must say no matter how bad he has been and he has been god awful for a while now, I have never got the impression he wasn’t giving it his all on the pitch.’
‘Newcastle fans seem keen on him – even thinking he’s taking a step down by joining them.
Newcastle is ‘up norf’ and closeish to Leeds/Doncaster where Rose wants to get close to, so another win for Danny.
Good news for Newcastle – they’ve just lost their on loan LB to injury.
In his prime Rose was a fine LB but its certainly gone sour since his pre-season press article 2 years ago, and its time for him to move on.’
‘Steve Bruce said last week: “He’s a quality player and a class act, the kid. Whether it’s possible, who knows?”
Class act? Kid? What planet is Steve Bruce living on?’
‘It’s a good move for him, he needs a chance of scene.’
‘Bye bye pr.ck.
Ask Stephen Carr how well it goes when you leave Spurs and head to that cluster f.ck club.’
‘When Rose played he always showed aggression and desire to win, but unfortunately his end product, general passing and positioning have been terrible for a while.
I am so glad to get rid of him, his stories to the press, his attitude, it can not have helped the moral of the squad.
Rose leaving, along with Eriksen (to a lesser extent) at the same time as new signings, and finalising the Lo Celso transfer will give the club a huge boost for the rest of the season.’
‘Thank f.ck for that, sad how its ended, hes been here for 13 years and I’m glad to see the back of him.
One thing for certain, he might not be that good these days but he puts every ounce of effort he has when he plays, juat the quality is non-existent.’
‘Good servant for the majority of his time.
Last couple of years he MUST have had something to say in unsettling the squad.
Thank you for the memories but please sign a deal with the toons in the summer and leave on a high.’
‘F.cking brilliant news if true.’
‘At least he doesn’t have to Google Bergwijn today so there’s that.
Instead he can spend the night Googling the whole Newcastle squad.’
‘Newcastle even pay £2m + salary for 5 months of Danny Rose.’
‘Rose squeezed the very maximum out of an above average talent, never the fastest but not slow either, never a decent passer but not the worst either, what he had for many years was the will to win, an anything for the cause mentality … when it became Rose first everything else started to fall apart, once his fellow players got fed up the only way was out … sad end but he brought it upon himself.’
‘Was one of the best left backs in the league (and even the world for that one season) for a period, but ultimately he hasn’t been good enough for the last 12 months.
I actually like how honest he is and think its refreshing, even if he says some daft and outlandish things.
Makes sense for him to move and I imagine he will do well for Newcastle.
Been a great servant for the club and I don’t think his performances dipping have anything to do with his attitude, think he has just regressed in an average defence.’
‘Crazy how Mourinho had managed to f.ck this guy off in 2 months yet Poch continued to pander to him for 2 years.
I’d wish you good luck Danny but I’m sure you’ll moan about us in The Sun agaaaaain.’
‘The beginning of Poch’s bad calls.
Should’ve been straight out the door …. unbelievable how he wasn’t and he was hardly repentant was he.’
‘Was my favourite player for a while, but another one who blotted his copy book big time. That interview did it for me, and although he did at least try when he got game time, he is not the player he was.
So another one that I’ll be glad to see the back off.’
‘Finally got his big move…
Have fun googling all the random c.nts that Newcastle will be signing and give Joelinton a high five for assisting his winner earlier in the season…’
‘Sad to see bad feeling against him on here.
Along with Kyle Walker we had the two best wing backs in the country so let’s remember him for that.’
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