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Danny Rose says no problem with Premier League players giving up wages

Danny Rose says no problem with Premier League players giving up wages

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Premier League players' "backs are against the wall" over discussions about wage cuts, says Danny Rose.Top-flight clubs have agreed to propose a 30% cut to ease the financial burden of the coronavirus crisis.There had been criticism for the slow response from football, while some clubs - including Newcastle - have placed staff on temporary leave. "We're all keen to make something happen," Rose, who is on loan at Newcastle, told BBC Radio 5 Live."I can only speak for myself but I would have no problems whatsoever contributing any of my wages to people who are fighting this on the front line and to people who have been affected by what's happening at the minute."What are Premier League and Engl...
Tottenham to replace Harry Kane and his goals with Timo Werner? Other options include Danny Ings, Moussa Dembele and Thomas Muller

Tottenham to replace Harry Kane and his goals with Timo Werner? Other options include Danny Ings, Moussa Dembele and Thomas Muller

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Tottenham have one of the best strikers in world football leading their line, but Harry Kane could leave if his ambition is not matched. Kane reiterated his desire to win trophies and, although he loves Spurs, would not stay there for the sake of it. © 2019 SOPA Img Harry Kane is one of the best strikers in world football, so who would Tottenham replace him with if they ever sold him? Since making his debut at his boyhood club in 2011, Kane has scored 181 goals for the Premier League side. Manchester United and Manchester City are believed to be keeping tabs on the £150m-rated forward, who Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy would not let go without a fight. But if Kane wants to go and pushes for a move, Tottenham may not be able to keep hold of him for m
Famous birthdays for Nov. 17: Danny DeVito, Lorne Michaels

Famous birthdays for Nov. 17: Danny DeVito, Lorne Michaels

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Nov. 17 (UPI) -- Those born on this date are under the sign of Scorpio. They include: -- King Louis XVIII of France in 1755 -- German astronomer and mathematician August Mobius in 1790 -- Social reformer Grace Abbott in 1878 -- Actor Rock Hudson in 1925 -- Balladeer Gordon Lightfoot in 1938 (age 81) -- Film director Martin Scorsese in 1942 (age 77) -- Model/actor Lauren Hutton in 1943 (age 76) -- TV producer Lorne Michaels in 1944 (age 75) File Photo by Christine Chew/UPI -- Actor/director Danny DeVito in 1944 (age 75) -- Baseball Hall of Fame member Tom Seaver in 1944 (age 75) -- Basketball Hall of Fame member Jim Boeheim in 1944 (age 75) -- Former U.S. House Speaker John Boehner, R-Oh...
Mental Health Awareness Week: Danny Rose & Peter Crouch open up in new BBC interview

Mental Health Awareness Week: Danny Rose & Peter Crouch open up in new BBC interview

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Danny Rose and Peter Crouch have opened up about their personal experiences for Mental Health Awareness Week as part of a BBC One documentary to be broadcast this weekend, 'A Royal Team Talk: Tackling Mental Health'. In it, Tottenham and England defender Rose reveals he had been labelled as "crazy" by a potential new club because of his depression, while former Liverpool and England striker Crouch admits he used to cry at night after experiencing issues with his body image.The two were speaking as part of a revealing conversation alongside HRH the Duke of Cambridge, England manager Gareth Southgate, former Arsenal and France striker Thierry Henry, ex-Spurs and England midfielder Jermaine Jenas and presenter Dan...
Danny Rose: England and Tottenham left-back ‘can’t wait’ to retire from football due to racism problems – ‘I just want to get out of it’

Danny Rose: England and Tottenham left-back ‘can’t wait’ to retire from football due to racism problems – ‘I just want to get out of it’

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GET ME OUT Rose has suffered from racial abuse on occasions throughout his career, most recently during England's Euro 2020 qualifier at Montenegro last month England and Tottenham defender Danny Rose is so sick of football’s failure to tackle racism that he ‘can’t wait’ to retire from the game. The full-back has been victim of abuse multiple times in his career, most recently during the Three Lions’ Euro 2020 qualifier at Montenegro last week. Danny Rose was subjected to racist abuse when he was booked towards the end of the 5-1 win Rose, alongside teammates Raheem Sterling and Callum Hudson-Odoi were chanted at by some of the home crowd, in a game where the defender was cautioned by the referee late on. The incident is not an isolated one t