Danny Rose was in attendance at Stevenage’s Lamex Stadium on Monday to cheer on Tottenham’s Under-23s against Chelsea in their Premier League 2 season opener.
Rose’s 14-year spell at Tottenham came to an end in May when the left-back’s contract ran out and he has since signed for newly promoted Watford.
The England international’s time in North London did not end the way he would have wanted as he was frozen out of the first-team picture by Jose Mourinho during his final season at the club.
The experienced defender used the opportunity to work with the academy youngsters at Spurs, with the likes of Elliot Thorpe praising the 31-year-old for his help last season.
It looks as though Rose is continuing to keep an eye on the youngsters at Spurs as the left-back was in attendance for the Under-23s derby against Chelsea.
The Spurs youngsters came back from two goals behind to level the game 2-2 owing to second-half strikes from Dilan Markanday and J’Neil Bennett. Ryan Sessegnon was also in action as he makes his way back from injury.
Rose, who watched on from the bench as Watford beat Aston Villa 3-2 on Saturday, was pictured in attendance at Stevenage on Monday afternoon.
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Spurs Web Opinion
Danny will always be Tottenham through and through. It is a shame that he did not get the send-off he deserved from the fans but I am sure he will get a great reception when Watford come to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium this season.
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