Gareth Bale provokes Real Madrid fans with new statement

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Gareth Bale, the Real Madrid player, spoke on some topics with the British newspaper Daily Telegraph, where he touched on his career in the world of football and his ignorance in international politics.

The Welsh winger has been subjected to many sharp criticisms from Real Madrid fans over the past months due to the decline in his technical level on the one hand, and the increase in the number of injuries on the other, which is an obstacle to the progress of the team's results.

The 30-year-old made a statement that seems to provoke a large segment of Real Madrid fans, especially within Spain, especially with the recent campaign against the downs within the club.

The former Tottenham player, while recently with his national team in the international break, said he received the most criticism compared to the rest of his Real Madrid team-mates, although he is not the only one who has contributed to such results.

Gareth Bale is not thinking about football at the moment but with other things.
Gareth Bale said in this interview: "When you turn 18, professionalism in football is all you dream of, but you disappear when you play for a long time, so I'm at a time when I need to think about things other than football."

The Daily Telegraph journalist was shocked to hear from Gareth Bale answering about who the British prime minister is right now when he said: "I don't know who the Prime Minister is, I'm following golf."

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