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Why we think Tottenham treated Rose badly?



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By Ediale Kingsley
Is it just me or is it a bit weird that Mauricio Pochettino, the manager of a club which guards its privacy so jealously that it fines players two weeks’ wages for speaking their minds, throws his doors open to become the subject of a vanity book,’ asks The Sun’s Dave Kidd in Wednesday’s paper.
We’re sure this defence is nothing at all to do with you being the man to whom Danny Rose spoke, Dave, but Rose was disciplined for publicly talking up a move away from the club and insisting he wasn’t paid enough on the eve of a new season. It wasn’t him ‘speaking his mind’ on the best restaurants in north London or why Blue are the best pop group of all time.
Had Pochettino said the same in his book, you might have a point. Had Rose merely talked about what made him tick as a footballer, you might also have a point. As it is…