Racism is undoubtedly one of the diseases that have been plaguing humanity for several decades and sadly, it is still existing even today. Not only in sport, but there are also people who, even in the real world show and express acts of racism in several disgusting and unacceptable ways. Football is one of the biggest sports in the world and of course, it also has to battle with, and tackle the racism problem. There have been several cases of racism chants and other forms directed at football players from fans (both own and rival fans) and while there are moves to curb it, unfortunately, it still prevails and it keeps affecting the beautiful game as well as other sports.

One of the most recent cases of racism was the one that happened to three players of the England national team. Arsenal star Bukayo Saka and Manchester United duo Marcus Rashford and Jadon Sancho were all attacked with racist abuses by fans after they missed their kicks of the penalty shootout that saw them lose the UEFA Euros final against Italy some weeks ago. Even after then, there have been some other notable cases and some other E gland players also experienced the same thing in their recent World Cup Qualifying game against Hungary. Continue reading


Welshman Gareth Bale has lost his signature number 11 upon his return to Real Madrid. Bale was away from Real Madrid last season after he was forced to go out on loan due to the lack of playing time in the previous season.

Bale returned to Tottenham Hotspur on a season-long loan last summer after he was partially frozen out of the first team at Real Madrid under French manager Zinedine Zidane.
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Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale may not have a future at the club next season as rumors continue to loom around him. The Welsh winger was deemed surplus to requirements at the Santiago Bernabeu last season by former manager Zinedine Zidane following reports that he had a fall-out with the French manager.

Bale has often said in the past that all he wants to do is to play football, but he has not had that chance to perform for the Galacticos in recent months. Before sealing a loan move to England to join Tottenham Hotspur, Bale was relegated to the substitute’s bench and was no longer used by Zidane for reasons best known to him. When asked what the matter was, Zidane said that he was only focused on choosing the set of players he deems fit to play for the club at every point in time and before every single match.
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According to several reports from multiple sources, Real Madrid loanee Gareth Bale will be returning to the Santiago Bernabeu in the summer as it is no longer becoming feasible that he will sign a permanent contract at the Tottenham Hotspur stadium when his loan deal expires next month.

Bale signed for Spurs, his former side, on a season-long loan after he lost his place in the Real Madrid team entirely. His fall-out with the Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane meant that he would be frozen out of the Galacticos first team and he had to find another team where he would be playing his football.
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The future of Tottenham Hotspur star Gareth Bale continues to remain in huge doubt as the winger is reportedly still trying to assess his future in a bid to make the best decision that would suit him. Bale is currently enjoying his temporary career at Spurs after sealing a deadline-day loan move to the club from Spanish La Liga giants Real Madrid in the summer. The Wales international star became an outcast at the Los Blancos and was no longer trusted to lead the club’s attack by manager Zinedine Zidane.

After a couple of controversial moments, some of which saw him and his agent lash out at Madrid for not honoring his contract and not giving him the respect he deserves, he became permanently sidelined out of the first team.
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Tottenham Hotspur fans would be delighted that favourite Gareth Bale is back on form after his recent showing in the Premier League. Gareth Bale is a favourite of the Tottenham Hotspur fans in his first spell at the club before Real Madrid made a big transfer coup to sign him. Real Madrid signed Gareth Bale from the North London giants in the summer of 2013 for a world-record fee. Real Madrid paid around £85.3m to sign Gareth Bale and break their record of £80m paid for a certain Cristiano Ronaldo from Manchester United four years earlier. Gareth Bale has not been able to recapture his old form since returning to Spurs from Real Madrid at the start of this season. Gareth Bale is back at Tottenham Hotspur for his second spell after Real Madrid sanctioned his loan return to the North London club. Upon his return to Spurs, club fans were excited by the attacking front trio of Harry Kane, Gareth Bale and Son Heung-Min but manager Jose Mourinho had rarely played the three players together until the weekend when the three players featured from the start at home to Burnley in the league.

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Tottenham Hotspur attacker Gareth Bale is a doubt for the league game with Manchester City on Saturday evening as his struggles to stay fit for an extended period continues. Gareth Bale has not played for Tottenham Hotspur since the recent loss to hosts Brighton and Hove Albion in the Premier League. Welshman Gareth Bale was off form as Spurs were stunned 1-0 by Brighton. Bale has not been able to recapture his old form on his return to Tottenham Hotspur at the start of the campaign. Gareth Bale made a sensational return to Spurs in September 2020 after he signed for them on loan from Real Madrid and he was expected to form a deadly front trio with Harry Kane and Son Heung-Min but this expectation has not been met.

Tottenham Hotspur boss Jose Mourinho spoke about Gareth Bale and his injury status during his pre-match press conference on Friday for the Manchester City game this weekend. According to him, the final training session will determine if Gareth Bale features in the Spurs squad for the away game at the home of the Premier League leaders. Continue reading



Gareth Bale is slowly earning the full trust of manager José Mourinho as the Portuguese boss is doing well to blend the winger into the starting XI mix. Bale has been battling with several injuries and Mourinho has in the past often decided to start the Welshman on the bench whenever he returns to fitness.

The boss’s decision to take his time before integrating the Welsh wizard into the team is working out perfectly for the whole team as the attacker is becoming more fit to start games on the pitch rather than from the bench where he has always started from. Continue reading



Tottenham Hotspur boss Jose Mourinho has revealed that Welsh international Gareth Bale will return to his squad for the next league game, a top-of-the-table clash with Liverpool at Anfield. He made this known while fielding questions from reporters shortly after the disappointing 1-1 draw with hosts Crystal Palace in the London Derby. In his post-match press conference after the matchday twelve clash with hosts Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park, Mourinho said that Gareth Bale missed the London Derby meeting due to illness and that the Welshman has not tested positive to Covid-19.

Gareth Bale has not made the expected impact on his return to Spurs this summer as he has spent a lot of time on the bench especially in the Premier League. He had to leave Real Madrid this summer in search of more first team football at Spurs whom he joined on loan for the current campaign. Continue reading



Tottenham Hotspur winger Gareth Bale is nearing full fitness, a piece of news that will come as a huge boost to not just Jose Mourinho, but to the club, as well as the fans. José will be excited at the prospect of finally having a fully fit Bale available for selection as they approach a tough run of fixtures in the coming weeks.

The Wales forward only rejoined the London club on loan having signed from Spanish club Real Madrid but hasn’t featured in many actions for his boyhood club since then. Since the West Ham game that ended in a 3-3 draw in which he came on as a substitute, Bale has managed just six appearances for Spurs.
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