Danny Rose (footballer, born 1990)

For other uses, see Daniel Rose (disambiguation).
Danny Rose

Rose playing for Tottenham Hotspur in 2016
Personal information
Full name Daniel Lee Rose[1]
Date of birth (1990-07-02) 2 July 1990[1]
Place of birth Doncaster, England
Height 1.73 m (5 ft 8 in)[2]
Playing position Left-back
Club information
Current team
Tottenham Hotspur
Number 3
Youth career
2005–2006 Leeds United
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
2006–2007 Leeds United 0 (0)
2007– Tottenham Hotspur 98 (7)
2009Watford (loan) 7 (0)
2009Peterborough United (loan) 6 (0)
2010–2011Bristol City (loan) 17 (0)
2012–2013Sunderland (loan) 27 (1)
National team
2007–2008 England U17 10 (2)
2008–2009 England U19 6 (1)
2009–2013 England U21 29 (3)
2012 Great Britain 4 (0)
2016– England 11 (0)

* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 15:38, 12 November 2016 (UTC).

‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 19 November 2016

Daniel Lee "Danny" Rose (born 2 July 1990) is an English professional footballer who plays as a left-back or a winger for Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur.

Rose started his professional career at Leeds United in 2006, having progressed through the club's youth ranks, but left for current club Tottenham Hotspur in July 2007, having never played for Leeds. Having failed to break into the first team, he joined Watford on loan in March 2009, making seven appearances, and then joined Peterborough United on loan in September 2009. Having made six appearances for Peterborough, he returned to Tottenham, and made his debut for the latter club. Having still been unable to establish himself as a regular player, he joined Bristol City on loan in September 2010, and made 17 appearances. Although Rose became more involved in the Tottenham side during the 2011–12 season, making 20 appearances in all competitions, he spent the following season on loan to Sunderland, where he made 29 appearances.

Rose played for England at the under-17 and under-19 levels before making his under-21 debut in 2009. Since then, he has established himself in the side, having made 29 appearances to date. He earned his first senior cap in a 3–2 victory against Germany in 2016.

Club career

Leeds United

Born in Doncaster, South Yorkshire, Rose is a product of the Leeds United youth academy.[1] Rose was named on the bench for the Leeds first team against Barnet in the League Cup on 20 September 2006. The manager who named Rose on the bench, Kevin Blackwell, was sacked immediately after the game.[3] Rose was not involved again in a squad for Leeds that season. Leeds were subsequently relegated from The Championship to League One, and with the club entering administration Rose was sold to raise some much needed money for the club.

Tottenham Hotspur

Rose warming up for Tottenham Hotspur in 2010

On 25 July 2007, Tottenham Hotspur signed Rose for a transfer fee in the region of £1 million.[4] A regular for both the Tottenham Hotspur Academy and Reserves, Rose was named as an unused substitute for the league fixture against Sunderland in January 2008. His progress was temporarily curtailed, however, by a serious knee injury in September of the same year. Rose made his first start for Spurs in 2–2 FA Cup draw against his former club Leeds United in January 2010.[5] Rose made his league debut against Arsenal, scoring the first goal of the game after ten minutes as Tottenham won 2–1 in the Premier League on 14 April 2010.[6] The goal was subsequently described as "a volley so thunderous that you could hear the whack off his boot above the din of the raucous crowd" in The Times.[7] Rose won Goal of the Season, with votes run by Sky Sports and by the Tottenham website.[8][9] On 7 May 2011, Rose started against Blackpool to fill in for regular left-back Benoît Assou-Ekotto, although playing out of his usual position, he was specifically praised by manager Harry Redknapp for his performance in the 1–1 draw. Redknapp said that if he was going to be a top player, left-back would certainly be his permanent position. Danny would continue to fill in at left-back for the remaining three games of the season, turning in excellent performances in a narrow loss to Manchester City and wins over Liverpool and Birmingham City.

2008–09 Watford (loan)

In March 2009, Rose went on loan to Watford for the remainder of the 2008–09 season.[10] Watford manager Brendan Rodgers described Rose as a "highly talented, committed player" who possesses "good energy and real intelligence with the ball."[11] He made his debut in Watford's 2–1 away victory at Doncaster Rovers on 4 April 2009.

2009–10 season: loan to Peterborough United

On 29 September 2009, Rose joined Peterborough United on loan until January 2010.[12] He then went into that night's team where they played Plymouth Argyle, losing 2–1 at home.[13] Rose returned to Tottenham on 11 November 2009,[14] following the departure of Peterborough manager Darren Ferguson.

2010–11 season and Bristol City (loan)

On 9 September 2010, Rose joined Championship side Bristol City on a season-long loan deal subject to a recall clause which becomes active after 28 days at the club.[15] On 13 November, Rose came on as a second-half substitute against Leeds United and was booed by the home supporters. The game was the first time he had played at Elland Road after leaving the club.[16] Rose returned to Tottenham Hotspur in the spring of 2011 after a series of minor injuries had limited his impact and appearances at Bristol City.

2012–13 season: Loan to Sunderland

On 31 August 2012, Rose joined Premier League side Sunderland on a season-long loan from Spurs. Rose played his debut against Liverpool on 15 September 2012. Rose scored his first goal for Sunderland in an away game at Aston Villa on 29 April 2013.[17] Rose returned to Tottenham after being named the club's young player of the season to undergo surgery on a wrist injury in May 2013.

2013–14 season

Rose playing for Tottenham Hotspur in 2013

On 31 July 2014, Rose signed a five-year deal with Spurs.[18] The decision to award Rose a new deal was met with anger from the Tottenham fans, as the signing of Ben Davies[19] suggested that the team would head in a new direction at left-back. These remarks soon disappeared as the following season proved to be Rose's best at the club.

2014–15 season

The 2014–15 season was perhaps Rose's most successful season so far for Tottenham. Despite fears that he may have been replaced by Ben Davies in the summer of 2014,[19] Rose continued to feature at left-back under Mauricio Pochettino throughout the campaign.

On 1 January 2015, Rose scored his first goal of the season in Tottenham's 5–3 victory [20] over Chelsea at White Hart Lane. Rose scored again for Tottenham in the FA Cup 3rd Round replay against Burnley at home, netting the final goal in a 4–2 victory. The left-back added to his tally in the Premier League on 22 February against West Ham United, scoring Spurs' first in a 2–2 draw.[21] On 16 May, Rose scored his final goal of the campaign in a 2–0 home victory over Hull City,[22] which effectively relegated the Tigers pending final day confirmation. Connecting on the end of midfielder Ryan Mason's chip, Rose volleyed home the goal to cement the result.

2015–16 season

Rose was named as captain by manager Mauricio Pochettino for the first time in his career in a 2015–16 FA Cup game against Leicester City on 10 January 2016.[23]

On 28 February 2016, Rose scored the winning goal in a 2–1 home victory over Swansea City as Tottenham closed the gap on league leaders Leicester City.

2016–17 season

On 22 September 2016, Rose has signed a new contract with the club until 2021.[24]

International career

England U21s

On 1 June 2009, Rose was called into the England under-21 side for the European Championships taking place later in the month when striker Danny Welbeck was ruled out through injury.[25] He made his debut with a substitute appearance in a 7–0 friendly win over Azerbaijan on 8 June.[26]

Rose scored his first goal for England U-21s on 14 November 2009 in a 2011 European Championship qualifier win against Portugal.[27] His second goal came in a 2–0 victory against Uzbekistan on 10 August 2010.[28] His third goal for the team came on 5 June 2011 in a 2–0 win against Norway, the final warm-up game before the 2011 UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship.[29]

On 16 October 2012, Rose was shown a red card during a 2013 UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship qualification play-off match against Serbia, after he kicked a football into the crowd after the game had finished.[30] Rose felt he had been racially abused by members of the crowd throughout the game and after the game whilst celebrating the victory with his England teammates, which sparked a mass brawl between players and coaching staff of both teams.[31]

Great Britain Olympic football team

On 2 July 2012, Rose was named in Stuart Pearce's final 18-man Great Britain Olympic football squad for the 2012 Summer Olympics.

England senior team

On 28 August 2014, Rose was named in the senior England squad for the first time, ahead of a friendly against Norway and a Euro 2016 qualifier against Switzerland in September, but did not feature. Rose made his debut as a starter in a 3–2 away win over Germany in a friendly on 26 March 2016.[32]

Rose was previously eligible to play for Jamaica through his Jamaican grandfather, and was contacted by the Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) in early 2015 over the possibility of representing Jamaica at international level.[33][34]

Personal life

Rose's younger brother Mitch Rose currently plays for Mansfield Town. He also is the cousin of footballer Michael Rankine, whose uncle Mark Rankine also played professional football.

Career statistics


As of match played 6 November 2016
Appearances and goals by club, season and competition
Club Season League FA Cup League Cup Europe Total
Leeds United 2006–07[35] Championship 00000000
Tottenham Hotspur 2007–08[36] Premier League 0000000000
2008–09[37] Premier League 0000000000
2009–10[38] Premier League 11301051
2010–11[39] Premier League 4000000040
2011–12[40] Premier League 11050004[lower-alpha 1]0200
2013–14[41] Premier League 22110106[lower-alpha 1]1302
2014–15[42] Premier League 28321301[lower-alpha 1]0344
2015–16[43] Premier League 24120103[lower-alpha 1]0301
2016–17[44] Premier League 7100001[lower-alpha 2]081
Total 977131601511319
Watford (loan) 2008–09[37] Championship 7070
Peterborough United (loan) 2009–10[38] Championship 6060
Bristol City (loan) 2010–11[39] Championship 170170
Sunderland (loan) 2012–13[45] Premier League 2711010291
Career total 15481417015119010


As of match played 11 November 2016[46]
Appearances and goals by national team and year
National teamYearAppsGoals
England 2016110




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