Gareth Bale’s former manager Harry Redknapp has told Spanish newspaper AS that the Welsh star needs to be strong and believe that he can turn his situation around.
Redknapp, under whom Bale first burst onto the world stage, had this to say about the player he managed for close to four years Continue reading
Replicating his achievements from 2013/14 was always going to be difficult for Gareth Bale, but he has not regressed to the level that certain members of the Spanish press or Santiago Bernabeu support would have you believe. Yes, the expectations from him were always high because the sheer monetary value of his transfer, but Bale has not done too shabbily when he’s donned a Real shirt this season, albeit not at the same level as last season.
To add to last season’s cup final heroics at home and abroad, Bale has already provided an assist in a victorious UEFA Super Cup triumph over Sevilla and netted in a third major showpiece as Real Madrid surged to FIFA World Club Cup glory in Morocco. Continue reading
Gareth Bale has defended his own form, and has said that he will “learn” from the criticism and return stronger.
Real were eliminated in the Champions League semifinal by Juventus following a 1-1 draw in the second leg, and fans jeered Bale at the Bernabeu during the game Continue reading