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Anyone remember that Bale chap?

Discussion in 'General Football' started by Amor, 6 Oct 2013.

  1. totalspurs

    totalspurs Paolo Tramezzani

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    Every morning i have my tea in my Bale3 mug before I go to work. With a sigh I reminisce about the good times. Watching GB score an an unbelievable goal. Still cherish the moments. ..but hay suppose you can't live in the past. Being a Spurs supporter you get use to what if moments.
     
  2. Huddy

    Huddy Sergei Rebrov

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    Sorry Madrid no refunds.

    I miss his explosiveness and the sheer number of get out of jail cards he produced for us last season, but we got 5 players in return which when settled will hopefully make us a better team, lest I forget that young winger we have to replace him with, oh whats his name again...........Townsend.

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    I hope he succeeds in Madrid, but their fans like flair and technical skills and Bale's game is about directness and pace, it might not work out for him.
     
  3. Jurgen the German

    Jurgen the German Colin Calderwood

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    I wouldn't wish injury on him, but I can't say I'm gutted after he refused to train/play which cost him some fitness going into his new club. Nobody's fault but his and his agent. Now of course, we don't know if this injury is connected, but his lack of pre season action can't have helped.

    Barnett told the TV station La Sexta: "The whole story is complete rubbish, irresponsible and a disgrace. I was contacted by a reporter from Marca: I told them that it was complete rubbish and yet they still printed it. Whatever they say is a lie. It is stupid and irresponsible. He passed the medical and he is 400% fit. There is nothing wrong with him. He is the most expensive signing in history; if there had been any problem they would have stopped the signing.

    How ironic that Bale's agent is unhappy with a story printed in Marca. Now you know how we ****ing felt all summer you prick.
     
  4. markysimmo

    markysimmo Johnny nice-tits

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    Barnett told the TV station La Sexta: "The whole story is complete rubbish, irresponsible and a disgrace. I was contacted by a reporter from Marca: I told them that it was complete rubbish and yet they still printed it. Whatever they say is a lie. It is stupid and irresponsible.

    Karma Barnett for continually feeding Marca **** in the summer you ****
     
  5. markysimmo

    markysimmo Johnny nice-tits

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    Great minds Jurgen hahah
     
  6. Jurgen the German

    Jurgen the German Colin Calderwood

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    Who would have thought he doesn't like it when Marca run stories that don't best serve his client eh?
     
  7. Jordinho

    Jordinho John White Staff Member

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    Apparently he has some kind of lump on a disc, but it won't prevent him from playing.
     
  8. Amor

    Amor Nicola Berti

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    I don't really wan't to see Bale set the world ablaze after all that happened, but I would be very disappointed if his career was stifled by injury's.
     
  9. thfcsteff

    thfcsteff Barry Daines Staff Member

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    I had no idea that 'hernia' was a euphemism for 'Cristiano Ronaldo'...the boy has been sold-out by all who advised him...enjoy the money matey because the career might not ever quite recover...
     
  10. billyiddo

    billyiddo Jimmy Cantrell Staff Member

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  11. markysimmo

    markysimmo Johnny nice-tits

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    Marca gone into overdrive today, 1st 3 stories on their website !!!!

    http://www.marca.com/2013/10/13/en/football/real_madrid/1381649460.html

    In light of the information divulged by Real Madrid regarding Gareth Bale's back injury, MARCA gathered the opinions of several prestigious Spanish doctors. The most convincing was Dr. Avelino Parajón: "If Real Madrid have signed Gareth Bale knowing about this protrusion, they have committed an error".

    "That is not to say that tomorrow it can be operated on and he can continue playing, like has happened many times. But if he already has problems with protruding discs, that indicates that it is not a one-off", continued the doctor.

    "When a person has those problems at that age, it suggests that he has a great possibility of suffering herniated discs and symptoms arising from that over time. It is a bad sign for any athlete", assures Parajón


    http://www.marca.com/2013/10/13/en/football/real_madrid/1381650368.html

    Tottenham backroom staff already devised a special fitness programme for Gareth Bale three years ago. The Welshman had suffered postural difficulties dating back to his time at Southampton.

    The Spurs devised a tailor-made exercise programme for Bale to ease his pain from back-related injuries and tried to get him fit for the club's biggest match in a generation against... Real Madrid.

    The midfielder had suffered from unique postural problems since he was a youth-team player coming through the ranks at Southampton


    http://www.marca.com/2013/10/11/en/football/real_madrid/1381527287.html

    Bale's hernia brings back bad memories for the Real fans and medical staff. The Welshman is not the first footballer from Real Madrid to suffer such an injury. 'Pipita' Higuain went through the same thing three seasons ago.

    The Argentine suffered a herniated disc in the lumbar (L5-S1), which resulted in sensory and motor weakness in his legs. At first, he attempted to avoid surgery with a treatment that was intended to heal the Argentine without the need for hospitalisation.

    But the injury did not evolve as expected and Higuaín was forced to undergo surgery, although he at first refused to go under the knife until the end of the season. In December the injury worsened and Mourinho and the club's medical staff urged him to have the operation.

    However, a new treatment appeared on the horizon and it looked like Higuaín would manage to avoid the operating theatre once and for all. But it didn't go well and by the end of the month the club was already seeking a doctor to carry out the surgery.

    On 11th January in Chicago, Higuain entered the operating theatre of Dr. Fessler, an expert in the field. The operation was quick and successful with the doctor performing a non-invasive intervention, meaning less distress for the player.

    The procedure was conducted at Northwestern Memorial Hospital and Higuaín was accompanied by four people: his mother Nancy, his father Jorge, Real Madrid's Sanitas doctor, Carlos Díez, and the Argentinean team doctor, Daniel Martínez
     
  12. Little Luka

    Little Luka Jason Dozzell

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    This transfer is sailing up as one of the greatest scams in football, if not history of sports. Love it. I really hope we knew.
     
  13. glorygloryeze

    glorygloryeze Christian Ziege

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  14. DHSF

    DHSF Les Ferdinand

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    I couldnt care less about him now. He burnt his bridges well before the transfer happened. Yeah yeah yeah - the stories were al made up and just media propaganda and hype. ok.
     
  15. metalgear

    metalgear Paul Robinson

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    yeah the marca hype
    but hey we definitely got a good deal if bale's injury is taking him out of a large chunk of the season
     
  16. billyiddo

    billyiddo Jimmy Cantrell Staff Member

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    Yet here you are again in another Bale thread telling us all that you don't care ...

    ;)
     
  17. DHSF

    DHSF Les Ferdinand

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    Well its not like im watching him play or read articles or even comment on him. I dont - not even sure why we have a thread on Bale.

    A bit like the thread on Harry. The same people who didnt like him are same people who bringing him up on here. Thought we were moving on? ;)))))))))))

    Anywasy no dout theyll give us Bale back for Townsend
     
  18. Mumorn

    Mumorn Vic Buckingham

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    All that whilst Bale has earnt over £2,000,000 since he has joined them.
     
  19. onlyme

    onlyme Banned

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    Wow!! That is more than twice the amount of money I have earned since he joined them.

    RM also signed Woodgate who had big injury probs for them but was one of our best ever signings.
     
  20. Robbo

    Robbo Pat van den Hauwe

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    Not that I wish any serious injury to Bale, but if it does turn out he has serious back issues that will prevent him from playing and performing regularly for Real Madrid, it will be hilarious. Absolutely hilarious.

    After all the **** Real Madrid and their PR people over at Marca pulled during the summer, if it turns out Real bought the world's most expensive player and then found out he was crooked, it will be the biggedt load of karma the world has ever seen. Seriously.

    I would feel very sorry for Bale though. In between laughing at Real and Marca.
     

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