Gareth Bale Injury Latest- Bale likely to miss second leg Champions League clash v Atletico

Gareth Bale is in doubt for Real Madrid’s second leg quarterfinal Champions League tie against Atletico after picking up a calf injury in his side’s 3-1 win over Malaga in La Liga over the weekend. Early reports suggest that he has torn a muscle in his calf, which would require a healing period of anywhere between 2 and 4 weeks Continue reading

Video Gareth Bale disallowed goal v Barcelona due to Ronaldo offside- El Clasico 22 March 2015

Gareth Bale did get himself on the scoresheet in Sunday’s El Clasico against Barcelona, but unfortunately for Gareth, the goal was disallowed due to Cristiano Ronaldo being offside. Bale’s disallowed goal against Barca, came before half time, when the two sides were tied at 1-1. Real later lost the game due to Luis Suarez’s second half strike Continue reading

Video Aaron Niguez Bale tackle 2015- Elche medio apologises to Gareth Bale

Elche midfielder Aaron Niguez has apologised for his tackle on Gareth Bale during his side’s 2-0 loss to Real Madrid over the weekend. Niguez’s tackle on Bale on 52 minutes was not punished by referee Ignacio Villanueva, but he drew wide criticism from fans and pundits alike for the nature of his challenge.

Bale was not hurt by the tackle, but Niguez was substituted shortly afterwards. The Spain U21 international also apologised to Bale on Twitter. Check out Niguez’s tackle on Bale, and his apology below Continue reading

Video Liam Brady comments on Gareth Bale and “stupid” Real Madrid fans RTE Soccer

RTE Soccer expert and former Arsenal star Liam Brady blasted the Bernabeu crowd for “being stupid” and said that they were “damaging” Gareth Bale. He also said that Bale should be persevered with by Ancelotti despite his recent drought, given that he had a very good first season with Los Merengues.

Youtube-Liam Brady on Gareth Bale– RTE Soccer- after Schalke Real Madrid Champions League game on 18 February, 2015 Continue reading

“My dream became a reality”


Previously, Gareth Bale told us that his dream was to win Champions League, and he managed to fulfill his dream in the first season with Real Madrid. Aldo, they almost lost in the finals against Atletico Madrid, his teammate Sergio Ramos gave them a chance in extra time by scoring a goal in 93′.

After the 1-1 in regular time, Real Madrid managed to score three more goals in extra time, where the last goal was scored by Gareth Bale after a beautifull run by Di Maria.

He spoke to Sky Sports: “This is what every footballer dreams of, winning the Champions League. It doesn’t come any bigger than that in club football.”

“We’ve played against Atletico four times already this season and every game was very close and very difficult. When they do get a goal ahead it’s hard to break them down. Luckily we managed to get a goal in stoppage time and that gave us the momentum.”

“We’ve been showing that all season. When we play our own football we win football games and it was literally just keep attacking, keep doing what we do best and we all believed in that and we all believed if we kept doing that we’d win.”

“It was an unbelievable feeling, one you can’t describe, and yeah, it’ll be a memory forever and it’ll be great to see it in future years.”

On question was this goal the pay-back for Real Madrid’s investment in his transfer: “For me, the price tag means nothing. If I came here for a penny I would want to play well.”

“This is why I came to the club, to play in big competitions and win trophies like we have this season. Obviously the move has paid off this year and we want to win more now.”

Bale: I can’t believe it


Gareth Bale gave an interview for The Daily Telegraph about how he feels playing in Champions League first time in his career in the first season at Real Madrid.

“If someone had told me that I would be playing in a Champions League final, I probably wouldnt believe him straight away but that is football.”

“I felt the time was right to leave Tottenham and go to Real Madrid for the exact reasons I am experiencing now. As a player you want to come to the best club in the world and you want to win trophies.”

“I don’t feel I had anything to prove. I always have confidence in my ability and I always try to come through whether it is a good or a bad time. It was great to score the goal in the Copa del Rey.”

“I was a huge Real Madrid fan, the club played with such a swagger, they believed they could win every game. It was just everything about Real Madrid – the team, the stadium, winning trophies, or getting close.”

“They always had players who would get you out of your seat and, as a fan, that’s what you want to see.”

“I always wanted to be here but as soon as I came here I felt comfortable straight away. It obviously took me a some time to get used to everything but I felt comfortable straight away playing football here with the best players in the world.”

Bale happy to be in Champions League finals


First season, and already has a chance to win Champions League title. Gareth Bale said for Real Madrid’s official website:

“I’m very excited about playing in my first Champions League final and we will work very hard to prepare for it. I’m really enjoying my first season at Real Madrid and hopefully I can end the season with another title.”

Video of the interview:

Ronaldo: I have a great relationship with Bale


Big star, Cristiano Ronaldo, talked for about Gareth Bale, his relationship with him, and his quality.

“I think that Bale, Benzema and I have a great relationship. Karim and Gareth are both excellent players. I am feeling very well alongside them. Things are going well and I think that’s important for the club.”

“Gareth is an amazing player and he has adapted really well. He has put in some fantastic performances in the Champions League, La Liga and the Copa del Rey. He scored an excellent goal against Barcelona and has shown his quality.”

“I like him a lot as a player and I like him even more now that I’ve come to know him personally. We talk a lot and I do anything to help him.”