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No sympathy for Bale. 0

Posted on May 16, 2015 by Guest Writer

Gareth Bale is currently having a hard time of it in Madrid with the biggest ego of them all, Christiano Ronaldo, providing none to very little support for his team-mate and the fans of the club having now turned on a player that they so desperately craved just 2 years ago and who they hero worshipped after he scored all important goals for them in the Copa del Rey against Barcelona and the European Cup final against their local neighbours Atletico.

Tottenham in the news 0

Posted on April 19, 2014 by Scraggs

Much of the recent speculation has surrounded the expected replacement for Tim Sherwood for next season with the Italian equivalent of the Mail causing a run on a supposed agreement with the sacked AC Milan coach Allegri having agreed a deal to be the next for the hotseat. apparently Baldini is the driving force behind the appointment a man who only last week was reported as being the next for the chop, so what is it to be? almost certainly neither.

Walcott’s action has opened a can of worms. 68

Posted on January 07, 2014 by Guest Writer

Ian Wright and all the pro Arsenal and Walcott pundits can defend his actions as much as they like but what they refer to as harmless banter and as being only retaliation for coin throwing and abuse are kidding themselves and all the rest of us.Now Theo Walcott actually seems a very decent fella, he does not come across as mouthy and arrogant like Ian Wright or Jack Wilshere for example, in other circumstances even Tottenham supporters would recognise the fact that missing such a unique occasion as a World Cup in Brazil, if chosen of course, is a one off for any professional footballer and must hurt terribly, sympathy would be the first reaction for most rightminded people in normal circumstances but this is a bit different.

A little reminder to all you who want your Tottenham back. 5

Posted on November 29, 2013 by Guest Writer

As we approach December and with less than a third of the season gone Tottenham are apparently a club in trouble and the man in the firing line and responsible for their demise is Andre Villas-Boas, the media are already putting forward names to replace him while the odds are on him being the next to be sacked. The longer Daniel Levy delays the decision to sack this failure the less the chances Tottenham have of escaping relegation and they might still hope to have a run in the last cup remaining the FA Cup which stars for them in January.

As Real Madrid falter pressure on Bale increases. 12

Posted on September 30, 2013 by Scraggs

Gareth Bale was clearly pleased to complete his transfer to Real Madrid, but just four weeks into the move Madrid already find themselves five points behind their fiercest rivals Barcelona and their neighbours Atletico Madrid. Things might have been far worse had they not been awarded a dubious last minute penalty against Elche last week  and when I say dubious I actually mean a disastrous refereeing decision, without that they would have been looking at a seven point deficit after just seven fixtures. Villarreal slipped up unexpectedly over the weekend and would have pushed Madrid down to fourth place had they won.

Has Perez already realised Bale fee was too much. 2

Posted on September 25, 2013 by Guest Writer

For the past twenty-four hours the Real Madrid president has been telling everyone who will listen that he managed to buy Gareth Bale on the cheap, that’s £86m cheap by the way. Quite why he has chosen to reveal this information is a little mysterious so soon after the player has signed for them and with just a couple of brief appearances to his name.

The wolves are circling around Bale. 2

Posted on September 09, 2013 by Eddie S

Gareth Bale has not even been able to meet his teammates or be involved in a training session following his move to Real Madrid and already all the talk surrounding his move is negative.

His own teammates are up in arms over the sale of Mesut Ozil who has made way for Bale, not necessarily positionally but to make room in the squad, balance the setup and more importantly raise funds to offset such an enormous outlay.

If Real Madrid are such a draw why do they have to pay treble wages? 4

Posted on September 07, 2013 by Guest Writer

From saying nothing and behaving like a complete idiot, Gareth Bale cannot now keep his mouth shut as he comes out with all the platitudes we have heard so many times once players complete their transfer to the leeches of Madrid.

As expected he thanks Tottenham, Southampton, the coaches, trainers, fans, teachers and the midwife that delivered him who all have a place in his heart BUT he could not turn down the once in a lifetime opportunity of joining the famous Real Madrid. Heard it all so many times now it has become a joke like some of the football sayings like “over the moon” and “down to bare bones” or “early doors”.

Did Real Madrid use European Union money to help with Bale purchase? 0

Posted on September 05, 2013 by Random Spurs Supporter

A Belgian Euro MP has asked the European Commission to look into Real Madrids purchase of Gareth Bale as it is believed that money was borrowed from Caja Madrid, who are a part of Bankia recently baled out by European Union money with an 18bn euro loan.

With debts of 600m euros, even though Madrid are financially stable they are surely building a squad outside the rules and regulations of UEFA’s own Financial Fair Play regulations and possibly it now seems against European Union regulations.

Bale was stressed but who cares about the fans? 1

Posted on September 05, 2013 by Scraggs

Over the past twenty-fours hours or so there have been many features in relation to Gareth Bale’s stress as he was agonising over whether he would get his transfer to Real Madrid, with it came a windfall of about £10m and a six year contract at £300k per week, if it didn’t work out either because Real Madrid couldn’t or wouldn’t come up with the funds, or, Levy said NO  then he would just have to make do with his measly £120k per week from Tottenham and an alleged £20m lump sum from Madrid if they didn’t make it happen.

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