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Danny Rose Admits Worry Surrounding Spurs’ Alarming Decline

Danny Rose claims that the dip in form experienced by Tottenham over the last few weeks is quite alarming as the end of the season approaches. Spurs have been on the losing side in three out of the last four league matches.

As a result, it has significantly worsened the hopes of finishing in the top four with the likes of Arsenal and Manchester United making up a lot of ground of late. Even Chelsea have been picking up points with a reasonable consistency. Tottenham appeared to be in a title race not too long ago, but they are now facing a major fight just to remain in the top four.

Spurs are only one point ahead of Arsenal while Manchester United are just three points behind. Crucially, Mauricio Pochettino’s team are up against the likes of Liverpool and Manchester City at the Anfield and Etihad Stadium respectively. If Spurs’ form does not improve soon, they face the risk of being knocked out of the top four before the conclusion of April. Danny Rose, who is currently with the England national team for the Euro 2020 qualifiers, claims that the club from Spurs is quite alarming. After having been 10 points clear of Arsenal not too long ago, Rose says that Spurs need to rediscover the winning touch very soon.

"“It's just crazy.Three weeks ago we were 10 clear of Arsenal and it's just funny how a week in football can seem like it lasts forever, especially when you are on the back of two defeats and fighting for a draw against Arsenal.The season is obviously not how it was looking three weeks ago, especially when you have got to travel to City and travel to Anfield. And as well, as that there are no easy “games in the league," said Rose.