What do you think? Should Bale stay or Go!
When he first came to the club, he was as rusty as old nails and spend most of the time exercising his bum by sitting on the bench. And, of course, it was rumoured that Mourinho didn’t really want him at the club and therefore was used “sparingly” by him. Then Mourinho left, and an inexperienced man-boy took over (Mason). Then goals from Bale were upped, and they came here, there and everywhere, and then smiles came on Gareth’s face. Alleluia!
Gareth Bale joined us earlier in the season in a double-deal with left-back Sergio Reguilon, also coming from Madrid. He mainly was used in the Europa League games and, of course, also used to get him back into fitness.
It helped that Jose Mourinho was sacked, which released the shackles from him and then he netting 4 goals in his last 4 starts.
His best performance was when he got a brilliant hat-trick versus relegated Sheffield United. Of course, he has been showing signs all season long that he still holds that world-class ability.
If you can believe the reports, then it has been said that Daniel Levy will offer our next manager the chance to re-sign him next season.
But it isn’t just about what the next manager wants, but would the astronomical wages be worth it, or should the club just let him go and move for somebody younger and hopefully with the same magic in him (that would be a hard ask).
What do you think? Bale or go for a younger model with more juice in his engine? The other thing is that Bale has been suffering from injuries and might not be worth the gamble. If we were talking about a much younger guy, then he should be snapped up and offered the earth… then there is Daniel Levy, who likes his pockets long for the short arms he has.
It is finally here, a new super book about the greats, Glories and all you want to know about the Tottenham great players (we are not worthy!) who have graced White Hart Lane and beyond. Sixty years ago this month, the Greatest Football club in the world won the double with probably the most outstanding team on this planet.
Has your eye’s seen the Glory? If yes (or even no) click HERE and follow the link, then they/ you will, and for those that are longer in the tooth (in other words, old like me)…. be prepared to be dazzled all over again!
My name is Glenn Renshaw.
I am currently a Premium Season Ticket holder (West Stand) in the new stadium. Before that – at White Hart Lane – a season ticket holder in various parts of the ground (mainly in the North stand).
Before becoming a season ticket holder, I stood on the shelf and various other parts of the ground since the 1960s (the season of the double). In 1987 I became one of the first to hold a Spurs Membership card. I was also a life long member of the Spurs supporters club (now defunct).
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I was born in 1955, Edgware, London. I currently live in Berkshire.
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