Tottenham Hotspur left-back Danny Rose has left the England squad ahead of their match against Bulgaria.
England confirmed that the 29-year-old had not been involved in training this morning due to being suspended for the crucial Euro 2020 qualifier.
Rose picked up a booking during the 2-1 defeat against the Czech Republic on Friday night and will sit out the match in Sofia due to an accumulation of bookings picked up during qualification.
He came in for heavy criticism from former Manchester United midfielder Roy Keane following the recent loss with his display being labelled as ‘shocking and abysmal’ (ITV).
Rose was blasted for his involvement in the Czech Republic’s second goal five minutes from time with Keane suggesting that he will still be making the same mistakes in three of four year’s time.
He is now likely to return to Hotspur Way this week to continue training with his Tottenham Hotspur team-mates ahead of the visit of Watford to North London on October 19th.
21 players are out at training this morning, as the #ThreeLions prepare for Bulgaria. @_DeclanRice is not involved, while Danny Rose, who is suspended for tomorrow's game, has left the camp. pic.twitter.com/UAeNDMvRBe
— England (@England) October 13, 2019
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