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Five Reasons Why Manchester United Should Not Sign Gareth Bale

Five Reasons Why Manchester United Should Not Sign Gareth Bale - originally posted on Manchester United are expected to splash the cash in the 2015 summer transfer window. The already cash-rich club have received an £100 million boost due to qualification in the Champions League and the net benefit of replacing Nike with Adidas as the kit sponsors. Reports in the...
Via Soccerlens
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Gareth Bale resumes training with Real Madrid ahead of crucial fixtures

Gareth Bale has resumed first-team training with Real Madrid as the club prepares for crucial domestic and European fixtures. The next four games will see Madrid play two important league matches against Sevilla (away) and Valencia (home), along with their two-legged Champions League semi-final against Juventus. After yesterday’s 3-0 victory over Almeria, Real Madrid once again...
Via World Soccer Talk
3 days ago  |  Discuss

The next Bale? Tottenham must buck trend and keep Hugo Lloris

The next Bale? Tottenham must buck trend and keep Hugo Lloris - originally posted on Although the emergence of Harry Kane has been one of the few plus points of Tottenham’s season, the performances of Hugo Lloris deserve just as much applause and recognition. The France international goalkeeper has proven himself consistently as one of the best in his position in...
Via Soccerlens
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Granada soccer player's painful block attempt on Gareth Bale goal (VIDEO)

During Real Madrid's 9-1 rout of Granada CF on Sunday, one Granada player took one for the team. Correction. Make that two for the team. As the Vine below painfully shows, it wasn't for a lack of effort, after the Granada defender failed to block Gareth Bale's chip shot but paid the price. Get out the ice pack.
Via The Other Paper
26 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Man United targets Gareth Bale, offers $181M

  Gareth Bale could return to the Premier League if Manchester United gets its way.   Manchester United submitted a blockbuster transfer bid for Bale on Tuesday, offering Real Madrid a world-record £117 million (€150 million/$181 million) for the Welsh star, Spanish Radio station Cadena COPE reported Tuesday, according to the Daily Star and 101 Great Goals.  COPE...
December 23, 2014  |  Discuss

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