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Getafe have made a cheeky Cardiffesque approach in the hope he doesn't want to uproot his family from Madrid 

And also in the hope it pisses Madrid fans off even more if he starts putting a shift in. 

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5 hours ago, TheExile said:

He’s the wrong player to be raising it for sure. How many games a season do some of the National league players have to go through? 

I’d argue he’s not the wrong player, the more high profile the more noticed the issue is. The lower league players are always ignored. 

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5 hours ago, HoylandOwl said:

I’d argue he’s not the wrong player, the more high profile the more noticed the issue is. The lower league players are always ignored. 

He’s a player who’s been happy to take the money and nearly moved to China at his peak purely for cash and hasn’t played. If anything he could do with the games.

If someone like Ronaldo said it it would be different. Most of the non league guys just get on with it. 

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25 minutes ago, TheExile said:

He’s a player who’s been happy to take the money and nearly moved to China at his peak purely for cash and hasn’t played. If anything he could do with the games.

If someone like Ronaldo said it it would be different. Most of the non league guys just get on with it. 

I agree they do get on with it, and many of them depend on their wages to help pay their mortgages. So they won’t really whinge, but it is true that they play too many games

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59 minutes ago, TheExile said:

He’s a player who’s been happy to take the money and nearly moved to China at his peak purely for cash and hasn’t played. If anything he could do with the games.

If someone like Ronaldo said it it would be different. Most of the non league guys just get on with it. 

He took the contract his employers offered him. A lower league player on £2k isn't going to turn down £6.5k if it's offered. Same if you're on £200k and your next contract says £650k.

He's never been fined for missing training or match days and older players like Puyol, Ramos, and Buyo have praised his training dedication. 

Perez made him the most expensive transfer, at the time. Perez initially hid the cost so Ronaldo (the previous most expensive player) wouldn't find out but he did and threw his teddy so far out of the cot it's in orbit with Simonsen's penalty. Ronaldo told Perez he was off unless Bale was made to play wide right. Perez told Benitez then Zidane to do that because Ronaldo 'sold shirts'. Perez gave Bale the £600k+ contract, to make him the highest paid player in the world and when Madrid were going through a bad patch Perez leaked details of that contract to friendly journalists. One of them wrote he can't play football, he was injured and not playing at the time. Another wrote he can't speak Spanish, he's fluent in everyday speech but journalists kept trying to tie him up in more technical speak and then misrepresented his words. That's when the fans started to turn and the journos kept fuelling it. Then Isco and Asensio started to be picked ahead of him and Perez insisted they continued to play as Bale had stopped selling shirts. Perez thinks of players as commercial generators. Benitez lost his job because he kept dropping James Rodriguez who was the biggest shirt seller in South America at the time. 

Perez made Bale unsaleable with the salary and length of contract so he became a noose around the club's neck as tactics changed, new players came in, and Bale found himself unused. None of that was Bale's fault. Endorsing the flag Wales, Golf, Madrid was his fault but by then his time at Madrid was over, bar the contract ending. 

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The above post was brought you by the founder of the Gareth Bale soggy biscuit fan club. 

 

 

Why would Puyol praise Bale his dedication, they weren't at the same club. 

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1 hour ago, Tylluan said:

Perez made Bale unsaleable with the salary and length of contract so he became a noose around the club's neck as tactics changed, new players came in, and Bale found himself unused. None of that was Bale's fault. Endorsing the flag Wales, Golf, Madrid was his fault but by then his time at Madrid was over, bar the contract ending. 

Not quite unsellable, they managed to agree to a transfer to China, which Bale was supposedly happy with, but Real decided to stop it when they thought they could get some money for him (think they thought that Man U we’re about to bid). It was Real’s greed that kept him there until now. Bale might be a prick, but I don’t see many players acting hugely differently to the way he has with Madrid.

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Wasn't it Bale that tried to trademark that cringey heart sign that most wet through twats use these days......mostly on "talent" shows.....?

For that reason alone .....oh.....and having a hairstyle like a fuckin Sumo wrestler......he can get in the sea......

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He's trademarked a stylised version of the symbol incorporating an 11 and uses it merchandise, much in the same way Ronaldo trademarked the letters C and R and the number 7 (brought to you in association with Sesame Street) 

Pocketed about £3m a year from it but stopped using it when he went on loan to Spurs and wore the 9 shirt. At Spurs he did the MW sign to signify his support for Make a Wish and that £25% of his loan wages were going to the Foundation. 

 

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On 12/06/2022 at 20:10, Tylluan said:

He took the contract his employers offered him. A lower league player on £2k isn't going to turn down £6.5k if it's offered. Same if you're on £200k and your next contract says £650k.

He's never been fined for missing training or match days and older players like Puyol, Ramos, and Buyo have praised his training dedication. 

Perez made him the most expensive transfer, at the time. Perez initially hid the cost so Ronaldo (the previous most expensive player) wouldn't find out but he did and threw his teddy so far out of the cot it's in orbit with Simonsen's penalty. Ronaldo told Perez he was off unless Bale was made to play wide right. Perez told Benitez then Zidane to do that because Ronaldo 'sold shirts'. Perez gave Bale the £600k+ contract, to make him the highest paid player in the world and when Madrid were going through a bad patch Perez leaked details of that contract to friendly journalists. One of them wrote he can't play football, he was injured and not playing at the time. Another wrote he can't speak Spanish, he's fluent in everyday speech but journalists kept trying to tie him up in more technical speak and then misrepresented his words. That's when the fans started to turn and the journos kept fuelling it. Then Isco and Asensio started to be picked ahead of him and Perez insisted they continued to play as Bale had stopped selling shirts. Perez thinks of players as commercial generators. Benitez lost his job because he kept dropping James Rodriguez who was the biggest shirt seller in South America at the time. 

Perez made Bale unsaleable with the salary and length of contract so he became a noose around the club's neck as tactics changed, new players came in, and Bale found himself unused. None of that was Bale's fault. Endorsing the flag Wales, Golf, Madrid was his fault but by then his time at Madrid was over, bar the contract ending. 

I don’t blame him one bit for taking the money. We’d all do it. But for a player who doesn’t play much and has clearly moved (or remained) in a situation where he doesn’t play because he’s on so much cash he can’t really speak for those overworked players with any real credibility.

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8 minutes ago, TheExile said:

I don’t blame him one bit for taking the money. We’d all do it. But for a player who doesn’t play much and has clearly moved (or remained) in a situation where he doesn’t play because he’s on so much cash he can’t really speak for those overworked players with any real credibility.

Sorry, but this comes up all the time & i, IMVHO think it is an horrific analogy.

Yes, we the working class would do it & take the money, because the money we would move for is negligible, but for that we would still turn up and work for it and not try and screw the club and especially the fans that scrape the money together to pay these wankers their money

For multi millionaires to move just for the money, some even going for the money & have no intention of putting a shift in (like we have had in the past few years)is absolutely pathetic, just like the wasters doing it at golf.

 

Sorry to pick on your post.

 

Rant over 😜

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I suppose it could look that way. 

But in all honesty, for me it's all about the greed of players, I use the term players loosely because a hell of a lot of them don't want to play and we don't know what they do or don't do in training so that they don't play, they just take their pieces of silver from the fans. 

But as I said earlier, if you and everybody else is happy to pay for them to do that, that's your choice. 

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1 hour ago, Andyben said:

I don't remember Bale missing a single training session so that doesn't work Mal.

It comes across as pretty spiteful and envious more than anything.

Don't you have to attend regularly to keep on getting your dole money?

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