Former Real Madrid president attacks Gareth Bale's childish behavior

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Former Real Madrid boss Ramon Calderón described Gareth Bale's actions as childish, having raised the Wales flag following qualifying for Euro 2020 to ridicule the Spanish club.

The 30-year-old took part in Wales' win over Hungary on Tuesday but took the occasion to send many messages, including his love of golf ahead of Real Madrid.

Gareth Bale's relationship with Real Madrid has become increasingly fractured in recent months, which is why he has been heavily linked with a move to his former club Tottenham, especially with Jose Mourinho in charge.

Real Madrid and their fans are very angry with Gareth Bale.

Calderón told The Atlantic: "Things are going to be tough for Gareth Bale now because his actions were childish, the fans are very angry because what he did they didn't like, keeping in mind that he barely played for Real Madrid this season, then goes out on an international mission with Wales and plays two games."

He continued: "Gareth Bale put Zinedine Zidane in a very difficult position, the coach will not be satisfied with his presentation of that sign, these actions add firewood over the fire and it will be difficult for Zidane to agree to include him in the starting line-up or even on the bench in the upcoming matches."

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