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Top facts about Danny Rose

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Born on 2 July 1990,

Daniel Lee Rose

is an English professional footballer who plays as a left-back for the Tottenham Hotspur and the England national team.

Rose began his professional career at Leeds United in 2006, having risen through the youth ranks of the club, left in July 2007 for the current Tottenham Hotspur club. In March 2009, he joined Watford on loan, making seven appearances, having struggled to break into the first team, and then joined Peterborough United on loan in September 2009.

He returned to Tottenham having made six appearances for Peterborough, and made his debut for the latter club. In September 2010, having still not been able to develop himself as a regular player, he joined

Bristol City

on loan and made 17 appearances.

While during the 2011-12 season, Rose became more interested with the Tottenham side, making 20 appearances in all competitions, he spent the next season on loan to Sunderland, where he made 29 appearances. In January 2020, for the remainder of the 2019–20 season, Rose joined Newcastle United on loan

Until making his under-21 debut in 2009, Rose played for England at the under-17 and under-19 ranks. In a 3–2 win over Germany in 2016, he won his first senior cap.

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He made his debut for them on June 8 in a 7-0 friendly match victory over Azerbaijan, while his first goal for them came in a qualifier win against Portugal on November 14, 2009.

On August 28, 2014, Rose was called before a match against Norway and September in the senior England squad for UEFA Euro 2016 qualifiers, but did not feature in either of them. On March 26, 2016, he made his debut in a 3-2 winning game against Germany.

On April 14, 2010, in a match against

Arsenal

, Rose made his Premier League debut for Tottenham Hotspur, scoring within 10 minutes of the start of the match. For Tottenham, the match ended in a 2-1 win. It received the Sky Sports and Tottenham website 'Goal of the season' title.

He also got a lot of praise from Harry Redknapp, their boss, and after that, Rose became the regular Left Back.

Rose joined EFL Championship club Bristol City on a season-long loan in 2010. He came out as a substitute to play against Leeds United on November 13, but was booed by the home fans. Following several injuries he returned to Tottenham.

During the match against Leicester City on January 10, 2016, manager Mauricio Pochettino appointed him as captain for the 2015-16 FA Cup season. Rose scored the winning goal against

Swansea City

on February 28, 2016, which helped them to win the match 2-1.

When they were the runners-ups during the 2014-15 Football League Cup, Danny Rose was with the Tottenham Hotspur squad.

During 2012-13, he also won the 'Young Player of the Season' for Sunderland and was named in the 2015-16 and 2016-17 Premier League PFA Team of the Year.

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Danny Rose Childhood

He was born in the lovely town of Doncaster, England, on July 2nd, 1990. That's similar to Leeds, so it's no wonder that the Englishman went to play for Leeds United. He also went to the Leeds United senior squad, but with the first team he never appeared to play any minutes.

He was signed by Tottenham Hotspurs in 2007 and, at the beginning of his time at Spurs, he was sent on loan for 4 years (to 4 separate clubs).

He played the most games in 2014-2015: a total of 34. Not only does he play club football, he is also a regular member of the national team of The Three Lions, England.

He played the most successful England tournament in decades at the 2018 FIFA

World Cup

in Russia, he and his English teammates were 4th in the world after losing to Croatia in the semi-finals and losing to Belgium in the game for 3rd place.

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Danny Rose Information

  • Full Name

    : Daniel Lee Rose

  • Nickname

    : Roze

Danny Rose personal information

  • Danny Rose Date of Birth

    : 02 July 1990

  • Danny Rose Place of birth

    : Doncaster

  • Danny Rose Age in 2021

    : 30

  • Danny Rose Religion

    : Christianity

  • Danny Rose Nationality

    : English

  • Danny Rose Facebook

    : Danny Rose

  • Danny Rose Instagram

    : @danny_rose3_fanpage

  • Danny Rose Twitter

    : @realdannyrose

Physical Stats

  • Foot

    : Right

  • Hand

    : Right

  • Height

    : 173 cm

  • Weight

    : 76 kg

Family information

  • Father’s Name

    : Nigel Rose

  • Mother’s Name

    : Angela Rankine

  • Marital status

    : Unmarried

  • His Siblings

    : Mitch Rose, Mitchell Rose

Football Information

  • Position

    : Left back

  • Teams

    : Leeds United, Tottenham Hotspur, Watford (loan), Bristol City (loan), Sunderland (loan), Newcastle United (loan)

Danny Rose Favorites

  • Favorite food

    : Coq au vin, Cassoulet, Boeuf bourguignon

  • Favorite drinks

    : Cold Brew, Hot Chocolate

  • Favorite Superhero

    : Albert Camus

  • Favorite sports

    : Soccer, football, American Football, volleyball

  • Favorite Musician/Music

    : Gérard Souza

  • Favorite Footballers

    : Maradona, Ronaldinho, Leo Messi

  • Favorite color

    : black

  • Favorite Pet

    : Dog

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Danny Rose career

Rose is a product of the youth academy at Leeds United. In the League Cup on 20 September 2006, Rose was called on the bench for the Leeds first team against

Barnet

. Kevin Blackwell, the manager who had named Rose on the bench, was dismissed immediately after the match.

Rose wasn't involved in the Leeds squad again that season. Leeds were subsequently relegated from the Championship to League One, and Rose was sold to raise some much-needed cash for the club with the club entering administration.

Tottenham Hotspur

Tottenham Hotspur signed Rose on 25 July 2007 for a transfer fee in the range of £1 million. Rose, a regular for both the Academy and Reserves, was appointed in January 2008 as an unused replacement for the league fixture against Sunderland.

However, his progress was temporarily curtailed by a serious injury to his knee in September of the same year. In January 2010, Rose made his first appearance for Spurs in the 2-2 FA Cup tie against his former Leeds United club.

Rose made his league debut against Arsenal, scoring the match's first goal after ten minutes as Tottenham won 2-1 on 14 April 2010 in the Premier League.

The goal was later described in The Times as "a volley so thunderous that you could hear the whack off his boot above the din of the raucous crowd" With votes run by Sky Sports and by the Tottenham website, Rose won Goal of the Season.

Rose began filling in for regular left-back Benoît Assou-Ekotto against Blackpool on 7 May 2011, while playing out of his normal place, he was explicitly lauded by manager Harry Redknapp for his success in the 1-1 draw.

Redknapp later clarified that by claiming that it would be Rose's best way to play for the England national team, he persuaded Rose at that time to move from a left winger to a left-back.

For the final three matches of the season, Rose played as left-back, presenting outstanding displays in a close defeat to Manchester City and victories over Liverpool and Birmingham City.

For the rest of the 2008–09 season, Rose went on loan to

Watford

in March 2009. Rose was described by Watford manager Brendan Rodgers as a "highly talented and committed player" who has "good energy and real intelligence with the ball."

Rose joined Peterborough United on loan on 29 September 2009 until January 2010.

On 31 August 2012, on a season-long loan from Spurs, Rose joined Premier League side Sunderland. On 15 September 2012, Rose made his debut against Liverpool. In May 2013, Rose returned to Tottenham after being named the season's young player of the club to undergo surgery on a wrist injury.

For the first time in seven years, on 30 January 2020, Rose switched clubs when he joined

Newcastle United

on loan for the remainder of the season.

Rose was not given a squad number for the season and was excluded from Tottenham's Premier League and Europa League team.

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On 1 June 2009, for the European Championships, which took place later in the month after striker Danny Welbeck was ruled out by injury, Rose was called into the England under-21 squad. He made his debut on 8 June with a substitution appearance in a 7-0 friendly victory over

Azerbaijan

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In the 2011 European Championship qualifier win against Portugal, Rose scored his first goal for England U-21s on 14 November 2009. In a 2-0 win over

Uzbekistan

on 10 August 2010, his second goal came. In a 2-0 victory over Norway, the last warm-up match before the 2011 UEFA European Under-21 Championship, his third goal for the team came on 5 June 2011.

On 16 October 2012, during the 2013 UEFA European Under-21 Championship qualifying play-off match against Serbia, Rose was shown a red card after he kicked a ball into the crowd after the match was over.

Throughout the match and after the match, Rose was racially attacked by members of the crowd when celebrating the win with his England teammates, which sparked a mass brawl between players and coaching personnel from both sides.

Rose was selected for the 2012 Summer Olympics on 2 July 2012 in Stuart Pearce's final 18-man Great Britain Olympic football team.

He was named for the first time in the senior England squad on 28 August 2014, ahead of a friendly game against Norway and a Euro 2016 qualifier against Switzerland in September. On 26 March 2016.

Via his Jamaican grandfather, Rose was originally qualified to play for Jamaica and was approached by the Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) in early 2015 about the prospect of representing Jamaica at international level.

He was also selected for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in the 23-man England national team squad. Following top facts about Danny Rose, in this part, we would have a descrption of his personal life.

Danny Rose Personal Life

One of the most influential players in the Tottenham Hotspur was an integral part of the team of Mauricio Pochettino, who in the 2018-2019 season made it to the UEFA Champions League final.

For a while now, almost everyone who watches soccer has known Danny Rose. This knowledge, though, is generally limited to his professional experience and on-the-field, with gossip still becoming a matter of his personal life.

But, in a little more depth, let's look at Danny's family and love life. To be frank, the data surrounding Danny's love life is almost non-existent. When it comes to keeping his private life private, maybe Danny is an expert or maybe he doesn't have one for people to chat to.

The Tottenham Hotspur player has never been seen with someone off the field who would be considered his partner, any way. As Danny has an almost-clean slate on that one, too, the situation is close when it comes to his dating gossip.

June 2014 was the last time the player was seen hanging out with a female friend. He was seen walking the beaches with a blonde lady in Barbados. During Danny's time off from football, the two were having fun.

From that lone spotting years ago, though, little could be inferred as they have not been seen again together. Since 2014, Danny has not been seen by anybody else.

It can be speculated that the Spurs player is not involved with anyone right now given all this knowledge, or there is a lack of it. And, in the event of him possessing a wife, identical conclusions may be made.

Nigel Rose and Angela Rose gave birth to Danny Rose. He's got a sibling named Mitchell Rose as well.

About his popularity now, though, Danny has had a life far from family and personal struggles, not to mention racial issues. He and his parents, especially his mother, were subjected to relentless racial violence.

Other than that, when his uncle committed suicide, he experienced a terrible tragedy within the family. And a shot was fired at his house in another tragic event, and his brother nearly survived.

Now on to private matters, which are rooted in his family troubles. Due to the problems listed above, and also because of his injuries, he suffered from depression. Both of this led to Danny being diagnosed with depression and months of being on medication.

He has now, however, recovered from both his illness and his knee injury. And the player, with his family, leads a safe life.

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Interesting fact about Danny Rose

One of the youth team players at Leeds, the Doncaster-born player was involved in the 'tapping up' controversy surrounding Chelsea in 2006. The others were Tom Taiwo and Michael Woods, but Rose was the only one of the three who did not leave for Stamford Bridge.

Rose had previously attracted the attention of Sir Alex Ferguson, the former Manchester United boss, but eventually recommended Danny at Peterborough to his uncle, Darren, who took him on loan last year.

Danny Rose net worth

For more than a decade, he has played in the Premier League, and you know what that means: he's rich. His estimated net worth is approximately EUR 16 million (14.5 Million Pound). His market worth is difficult to assess since he was never transferred.

Its total market valuation is about Euro 12 million (10.8 Million Pound).

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Danny Rose achievements

Tottenham Hotspur

  • Football League Cup runner-up

    : 2014–15

  • UEFA Champions League runner-up

    : 2018–19

England U17

  • UEFA European Under-17 Championship runner-up

    : 2007

England U21

  • UEFA European Under-21 Championship runner-up

    : 2009

England

  • UEFA Nations League third place

    : 2018–19

Individual

  • Sunderland Young Player of the Season

    : 2012–13

  • PFA Team of the Year

    : 2015–16 Premier League, 2016–17 Premier League

Danny Rose Social media

Danny Rose at the age of 30 may have called time for a glittering future in football, but this star is sure to continue raising on social media.

The England and Tottenham left-back in recent years has become a celebrity on Instagram and Twitter due to his funny, inspiring, and most often weird posts and tweets.

Danny Rose tattoos

Danny Rose does not have tattoos as yet, unlike other football stars who are covered with tattoos. He has an incredible, lean body and an inspirational stomach. We don't know whether or not he's interested in getting tattoos, but we can promise the ink will be super-hot on the body for sure!

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