Player watch: Danny Rose

danielneeds

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Well at least stop putting him in any squads then. Not sure if he is still expecting to be considered for the England euro squad. Probably is, based on his reaction to being left out
The guy’s obviously got a very high opinion of himself, which you kind of need to make it as a footballer, but yeah, I’d probably tell him he’s not gonna play anyone and see if he still wants to see out his last 18 months. There’s also the fact that if you do that, he’s probably got friends in the dressing room who might get upset. It’s always complicated ostracising players.
 

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The club have a dilemma inasmuch as Rose has mental health issues, so has to be treated accordingly. If banished to train with the U23's or something and his mental health worsened, that would leave the club vulnerable to all sorts of claims / litigation.
 

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The club have a dilemma inasmuch as Rose has mental health issues, so has to be treated accordingly. If banished to train with the U23's or something and his mental health worsened, that would leave the club vulnerable to all sorts of claims / litigation.
Think that's a bit of a stretch. To this date I can't think of a case of any sportsman taking litigation against their club for mental health reasons.
 

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The club have a dilemma inasmuch as Rose has mental health issues, so has to be treated accordingly. If banished to train with the U23's or something and his mental health worsened, that would leave the club vulnerable to all sorts of claims / litigation.
Ohhh christ.

It's football ffs. FOOTBALL. Think about all the actual bad stuff going on in the world.

He's on 60k a week, he'll be fine.
 

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Ohhh christ.

It's football ffs. FOOTBALL. Think about all the actual bad stuff going on in the world.

He's on 60k a week, he'll be fine.
Football clubs are employers, so would have to adhere to employment laws.

I don't think anything such as this would happen anyway in these circumstances. We won't make him go train with the U23s, so it's irrelevant.
 

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remember when he got too big for his boots and was say shit like Spurs dont pay me what im worth, stop buying players i have to google, i want to win trophies, i want to go back up north, fastfoward couple years, now his gonna run down his contract for over a year (despite the club trying to sell him and tell him his not wanted), rejected a move to watford, rightly on the fringes now, and now a bust up with the manager, life comes at you fast Danny boy, nothing but trouble even when we were doing good, he rocked the boat, get rid asap
 

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Well at least stop putting him in any squads then. Not sure if he is still expecting to be considered for the England euro squad. Probably is, based on his reaction to being left out
That's a great point. He's been a part of the England squad whenever he's been fit so he would expect to be a part of it. He really needs to decide how important it is to him because he probably won't get much game time here so could easily miss out.

remember when he got too big for his boots and was say shit like Spurs dont pay me what im worth, stop buying players i have to google, i want to win trophies, i want to go back up north, fastfoward couple years, now his gonna run down his contract for over a year (despite the club trying to sell him and tell him his not wanted), rejected a move to watford, rightly on the fringes now, and now a bust up with the manager, life comes at you fast Danny boy, nothing but trouble even when we were doing good, he rocked the boat, get rid asap
To be fair why would a player that wants to move up North move to Watford? If you want to move a player on who's reluctant to go there has to be something in the move for them. Watford was a step down from us in every way, other than possible game time and he obviously backed himself to get into the team ahead of Davies.
 

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Think that's a bit of a stretch. To this date I can't think of a case of any sportsman taking litigation against their club for mental health reasons.
Maybe, but the club still have a duty of care towards the player & his state of mind is well documented, so the club have to be a little bit careful in their dealings with him. In truth, he is player who I would worry about once he can no longer play football at the highest level & maybe the club need to have him talking to him now & hopefully getting him to some sort of equilibrium before he leaves us.
 

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Maybe, but the club still have a duty of care towards the player & his state of mind is well documented, so the club have to be a little bit careful in their dealings with him. In truth, he is player who I would worry about once he can no longer play football at the highest level & maybe the club need to have him talking to him now & hopefully getting him to some sort of equilibrium before he leaves us.
He knows how to use Google, maybe he'll use it to find himself some help.
 

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The moment he told us he won’t be sold and intends to see out his contract he should have been told he would be no where near a squad. Fed up of us being held to ransom by players who want to just get paid and see out their time getting the club no money back in for them but talking themselves up as if they could leave tomorrow for a much bigger club.
How can you have the cheek to say you expect to leave on a free at the end of your contract and then complain when you aren’t played. You aren’t committed, other players are, they play, you don’t.
Honestly, let’s just get this attitude out of our club.
They all say they deserve to have won something, well, you’re the players. It can’t ALL come down to the manager that you haven’t performed on the pitch to win anything. Yes, I agree Levy and freshening up the squad plays a part. However some of these players basically act as if they would walk in to any other teams eleven and win something tomorrow. Simply, they wouldn’t.
 
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He suffers from depression, and he's admitted that he doesn't really enjoy football. To the point where he can't wait to retire. Just let him go.
 

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Of course. But money - lack of it - can badly impact your mental health.
Yeah, I'm pretty sure my mental health wouldn't be half as bad if I was earning 60 grand a year, let alone week.
Although granted, I probably drink myself to death by the end of the year, at least I'd die well fed and well clothed!
 

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There are a few players in that squad now who appear to be very unsettling. Danny Rose and Eriksen to start. But i can see Ali and Dier getting the hump very quickly. Didn't Ali react badly to being taken off at Watford?
Rose and Eriksen need to be shown the door asap. This is the reason clubs need to bring in fresh faces, that motivation and positive attitude doesn't last forever and new energy, new attitude is needed. I think it's what Poch meant when he said Spurs 2.0 or something like that. A positive attitude and energy are contagious but so is negativity.
 
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