Former Liverpool striker Ian Rush says that he is expecting even better things from Real Madrid superstar Gareth Bale in the coming years. The Welshman is one of the players nominated for the FIFA Ballon d’Or award after helping Madrid win the Champions League title last season.

Even though Bale had a tough start to his life at the Santiago Bernabeu, he became a crucial member of the team towards the end of the campaign. Undoubtedly, his performances with Madrid have led to the talk of Bale helping Wales reach new heights in the coming years.

Riise Claims Magath has destroyed club

Former Fulham defender John Arne Riise says that manager Felix Magath has completely destroyed the club in the last few months. Magath took over as the Fulham manager in the second half of last season, but he was unable to prevent the London club from losing their Premier League status after more than a decade. Despite the disappointment, there was huge expectation surrounding Craven Cottage that they would be able to return to the English top division in the first instance. This has not been the case, as Fulham have made such a poor start to the Championship that they are now in danger of relegation to League One.

Mazzarri Lavishes Praise From United

Inter Milan manager Walter Mazzarri has lavished the praise from Manchester United by saying that they looked unbeatable. Inter recently came up against United in a pre-season friendly match. After the arrival of Louis van Gaal, the club have undergone a massive transition especially in terms of formation. During the regime of Sir Alex Ferguson, United were famed for sticking with the 4-4-2 formation. Van Gaal, though, has changed this immediately after adopting the 3-5-2 formation that was so popular in his Dutch team at the World Cup 2014.

Bale Will Return To Cardiff

Real Madrid superstar Gareth Bale will be returning to Cardiff with his new team when they take on Sevilla in the UEFA Super Cup final. This match has been scheduled to take place in the millennium stadium. This incredible stadium has witnessed several great matches over the years, but the construction of the new Wembley has limited its appearance in the top stage for the last few years. It will be returning to glory once again with the UEFA Super Cup final, while this match will also see the return of Bale to his hometown.

Coleman Rejects Rumors That Bale Is Uncommitted

Wales manager Chris Coleman has rejected suggestions that Real Madrid superstar Gareth Bale does not show enough commitment to the national team. Bale was missing from the recent friendly match against Netherlands. Wales lost the match 2-0. After the encounter, Coleman stated that Bale was simply not available because of the muscle injury that has been troubling him for the last few weeks. However, the 24-year-old played 120 minutes of football in the Champions League final against Atletico Madrid. He scored the crucial goal that put Madrid ahead in extra time.


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