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Bale’s image is getting worse to Real Madrid fans

Gareth Bale was booed at the Bernabeu fans by coach Zinedine Zidane in the match of Real Madrid in the La Liga round 14.

Gareth Bale is becoming the focus of criticism at Real. After being brought on the pitch in the 67th minute, every time Bale touched the ball, the four corners of the Bernabeu stands gave boos, as well as a mocking banner aimed at the Welsh player.

The future of Gareth Bale at Real is very dim. Despite repeatedly missing Real’s games due to injuries, Bale was still able to play two full matches of the Wales team in the EURO 2020 qualifying round in the recent focus.

Bale had a celebration to upset Real fans with the banner “Wales. Golf. Madrid. In That Order”. This message can be understood as: With Bale, the first priority is the Wales team, the second is golf, then Real Madrid.

This provocation caused him to receive much criticism from Real fans. The climax was in the victory over Real Sociedad, despite a 25-minute effort to appear on the field, the former Tottenham player was still booed by the Real fans.

Even mocking banners aimed at 30-year-old players with the content: “Rodrygo. Vini. Lucas. Bale. In that order”. It can be understood that this message is that Gareth Bale is only the fourth choice for the winger position at Real, behind rookie Rodrygo.

Coach Zidane must speak out to ease the situation. Goal quoted the French coach: “I hope this will not continue. We always want our fans to stand side by side with the team. Fans have the right to do what they want, we can’t control it. Bale is a good player who wants to contribute to the team and aspire to play like other players.

With the victory over Sociedad, Real continued to share the top position of the La Liga rankings with Barcelona, ​​both teams getting 28 points after 13 matches.

In the middle of next week, Real will have a match with PSG in the Champions League. The opponent that they lost 0-3 in the first match.

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Guardiola sent a letter to thank the fans

Coach Pep Guardiola sent a thank you letter to each of the 114 fans who accompanied Man City in Ukraine.

Darren, one of the fans received, posted the letter on Twitter. “Dear Darren, on September 18, you and 113 other dedicated fans took a long trip to watch us play against Shakhtar Donetsk in Ukraine. I want to take this opportunity to We are happy to start the Champions League campaign with a victory.We faced a hard-to-beat Shakhtar, but I feel Man City played well, controlled the game and deserved it. Winning. Having your support in such matches is of great significance, and as I said, we are nothing without the supporters. “

Besides thanks, Guardiola also presented gifts to fans on behalf of Man City: “As a thanks, we would like to invite you to experience Tunnel Club in the return leg against Shakhtar on November 26. On behalf of the players and staff, I thank you again for your incredible support. Pep Guardiola “.

Tunnel Club is a special area on Etihad Stadium, where fans can watch the match near the coach, have the opportunity to watch players walk out of the tunnel and enjoy a great dinner with five dishes. The standard fare for fans to enter this area is about 780 USD. If buying VIP tickets for groups of 10, fans need to spend US $ 15,500.

The match on 18/9 took place in Ukraine, where Man City won 3-0. They currently lead Group C with 10 points after four matches, more than five points behind Atalanta and Shakhtar. In the match on November 26, Man City only needed to draw Shakhtar to win tickets for the 1/8 round early.

Guardiola thanked the referee after the defeat to Liverpool

Pep Guardiola, insisted that he was sincere thanks to the referee after the controversial defeat with Liverpool owner in the Premier League on 10/11.

Earlier, a live television camera showed the Man City coach twice shouting “Thank you very much” with an ironic expression aimed at the referee Michael Oliver, as he approached the referee’s handshake after the game at Anfield.

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Arsenal captain cursed fans on the way out

Arsenal midfielder Granit Xhaka was unable to keep his cool when he was booed by Arsenal fans on the pitch in the 61st minute of a 2-2 draw with Crystal Palace on October 27.

When the score was 2-2, coach Unai Emery replaced Xhaka with young talent Bukayo Saka – who tends to attack more. Arsenal captain is not happy with this decision.

Xhaka’s exasperation escalated when he was booed by his home fans on his way out of the yard. Xhaka swore at it “bastard” and made an act of raising his hand to his ear to tease the fans. The Swiss midfielder then took off his Arsenal shirt and went straight into the Emirates tunnel, instead of sitting with the substitutes.

Xhaka was elected Arsenal captain in late September, replacing Laurent Koscielny – who moved to Bordeaux in the summer. Right from that time, Arsenal fans opposed Mr. Emery’s decision because the 27-year-old midfielder often made mistakes.

“I don’t see the leadership qualities at Xhaka,” former Arsenal midfielder Emmanuel Petit told Goal. “I saw that at Guendouzi. He was one of the few players who showed that he wanted to win every match.”

Xhaka and Emery were both chilled by the “Gunners” fans, following Arsenal’s disappointing performance in the last three matches. They lost to Sheffield United, beat Guimaraes thanks to two Pepe penalties at the end of the match, and then lost points to Crystal Palace in the 10th round of the Premier League on October 27.

In the match against Crystal Palace, Arsenal led 2-0 after just nine minutes thanks to Sokratis and David Luiz. But the host to rival the city equalized 2-2 after the mistakes of the defense. The draw was arguably unlucky for Arsenal, when VAR twice made a decision that was detrimental to them. Arsenal also missed many clear opportunities in the match they launched up to 14 finishes.

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Man Utd fans demanded dismissal of Solskjaer

Coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is facing the wave of dismissal when Man Utd shows signs of sinking into crisis.

The number of supporters demanding Solskjaer sacking is increasing, after a poor defeat on the pitch of West Ham. From chanting the slogan “Ole disappeared” on the London pitch, many fans turned to attacks on social networks. According to the Sun, some even arrived at the gate of Man Utd’s Carrington training ground on the morning of September 23, London time, to protest, and demanded that the club fire Solskjaer when the coach drove through the gate.

Some also criticized Vice President Ed Woodward, who was in charge of buying and selling players. A fan wrote on Twitter: “The problem is not Ole, but Ed Woodward. I feel sorry for Ole, because Ed Woodward put Man Utd in an unforgivable situation.”

The crisis at Man Utd broke out when Solskjaer teachers and students lost on the pitch of West Ham. They fell to eighth in the Premier League, with eight points after six rounds. Man Utd are 10 points behind leaders Liverpool.

Former player Alan Shearer said that Man Utd is so bad it is “unbelievable”. Coach Jose Mourinho also did not hesitate to criticize that Man Utd did not show any positive signs compared to the previous season – the time he was fired.

Besides achievements, Man Utd also faces an injury crisis. Three strikers Marcus Rashford, Anthony Martial and Mason Greenwood are unable to play due to various reasons. From the next match, Solskjaer may have to play winger Jesse Lingard instead.

Before the attack fell into an injury crisis, Man Utd used to push Romelu Lukaku and Alexis Sanchez to Inter. They also do not buy replacements.

Supporter: ‘Sanchez gets to Man Utd to sabotage’

Social media got off the ground after Alexis Sanchez left his mark in the first match for Inter.

“Sanchez was once the best Arsenal player, has always been in good form with the Chilean team, and now scores twice within the first two minutes of the first match for Inter. He came to Man Utd just to sabotage,” one fan commented on Twitter.

The two goals Sanchez left a mark in the Inter match against Sampdoria 3-1. In the first situation, after Sensi’s long-range shot, the ball touched Sanchez before hitting the net into the net (the goal is calculated for Sensi). After about two minutes, the Chilean striker himself scored with a cushion of the ball into the city.

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Why are Japanese fans indifferent to Asian Cup?

After Japan overtook Saudi Arabia, I hastily texted a Japanese friend to watch the quarter-final match. The answer is: “Asian Cup? Which tournament is it? ”.

The Japanese are indifferent to the Asian Cup

In excitement, I texted all Japanese friends to create a memorable football viewing session. Any more wonderful experience when Vietnamese fans are far away from the country can watch the quarter-finals against Japan on Japanese soil.

The Japanese celebrated jubilantly in Shibuya after reaching the knock-out World Cup, but the Asian Cup was almost unconcerned.

Takahashi snapped a bit at the phone and then “countered” with images of thousands of Japanese filling the legendary Shibuya (Tokyo) 6 after the Green Samurai lowered Poland to enter the knockout round of the 2018 World Cup. “The match ended at 1 am (Japanese time), but Tokyo still exploded in the celebration party”, Takahashi said. So what’s more amazing when we watch football.

New baseball cheering is a popular culture in Japan

Except for Tokyo, where there is intense interference between Japanese culture and foreign culture – other regions in Japan still have only a very modest love for the ball. rock. To them, baseball is the No. 1 sport. According to statistics from Statista, the number of Japanese fans is up to 44.91 million in 2015, while the number of people who accept themselves is Football fans are only about 10.9 million people.

For the Japanese, the World Cup is a big event, but the Asian Cup is not. It can be said that while Vietnamese people watch football because of their intense love for the red-shirted soldiers, a part of the Japanese follow the green Samurai simply because of the national spirit.

The modest Asian Cup on the newspapers

Smartnews is the most popular newspaper reader application in Japan. However, information about the Asian Cup and the next match against Vietnam will only sink in the sea of ​​sports information in the land of the rising sun.

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