Tottenham Hotspur defender Danny Rose left "fuming" after missing Arsenal game

Lawrence Cooper
November 24, 2017

"For me, I am happy that he was angry because it means he wanted to play".

Wanyama hasn't played since the defeat to Chelsea in August and, although they have had some impressive results in the ensuing period, Tottenham have certainly missed him. "That's why it surprised me, because the day before we had a conversation and he never showed me that he was angry".

Earlier in the year, Rose also exclusively told SunSport he felt "time was running out" for him to win trophies in taking a huge swipe at his own team.

"It was brilliant. I love the way they managed the game".

"The season before, we were watching the draw and we thought: "Oh Monaco, Leverkusen and CSKA" and we thought we had a chance to go to the next stage", Pochettino said. In front of me he was never upset or angry, he never showed that behaviour, he was normal.

Mauricio Pochettino has warned his Tottenham players not to forget that he is "the boss" after Danny Rose's latest comments over his lack of minutes on the pitch.

He said: "Ask me about [Rose] or Georges-Kevin N'Koudou, who wasn't involved, or Paulo Gazzaniga or Kieran Trippier or Ben Davies". All the players have contracts with us and are involved in the project.

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Érik Lamela may finally make his return to the Tottenham first team on Saturday, though Mauricio Pochettino says the final decision will be up to the player. Of course they are "fuming".

Probed about how much say he has over whether Rose stays, he continued: 'But you know in football - I think you know better than me - it's a different part of the business of football. You can not guess what is going to happen in the future, with myself the same'.

Harry Winks made a successful return to action following a minor ankle injury so the England worldwide should keep his place in midfield with Victor Wanyama continuing to nurse a knee injury which could keep him out until the New Year.

Pochettino sympathised with Tony Pulis, sacked by West Brom this week, and admits a change in the opposing dugout could affect their game plan.

"For me the position he played today he can play easy because of the characteristics of him", Pochettino said.

"They'll be miles too strong for West Brom".

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