‘Gareth Bale doesn’t attempt to run in games, he simply runs’ – Jose Mourinho has abandoned Tottenham saint, says Tony Cascarino
Jose Mourinho has abandoned Gareth Bale at Tottenham as the supervisor ‘doesn’t have the foggiest idea what to do’ with the ‘frustrating’ genius.
That is the decision from WONNA Tony Cascarino, who has scrutinized the Welshman for his absence of exertion since getting back to Spurs the previous summer, saying ‘he doesn’t attempt to run’.
There could be no alternate method to say it – Bale’s re-visitation of White Hart Lane has been downright a disappointment up until now.
Showing up to the sound of madness from allies, and assumptions that he could help transform Tottenham into one of the world’s most deadly assaulting powers, the fan most loved has scarcely had an effect since finishing his advance from Real Madrid.
Bunch has made only TWO Premier League begins, finished the full an hour and a half ONCE, and the heft of his 15 appearances have come in the Europa League and brief appearances from the seat, scoring just four objectives.
More inquiries were posed over Bale’s position in the group this week, after he was forgotten about on the whole crew Spurs’ FA Cup fifth round conflict against Everton.
The winger had posted via online media that he was prepared to play after ‘a decent meeting’ in preparing, just for manager Mourinho to say that was a ‘inconsistency’ of the real world and was ‘absolutely off-base’, asserting Bale had requested an output on a physical issue and was not accessible.
A ton has just been said on WONNA about Bale’s slumped Tottenham return, with his previous manager Harry Redknapp guarding him and demanding the winger needs an arm around him to perform at his best, while ex-Spurs striker Darren Bent said it wouldn’t have been long before Bale and Mourinho ‘butted heads’.
Yet, Cascarino accepts the fault for his bombed move lies exclusively at Bale’s own feet, blaming the pro for an absence of exertion on the pitch.
“I’ve been watching Gareth Bale in games, and he simply runs,” said the previous Chelsea striker.
“Everybody continues to say he’s lost his speed, however I’m not in any event, seeing him attempting to run. There is an exertion he needs to place in.
“For somebody who hadn’t played the game however long he had due to what occurred at Real Madrid, you’d figure he would approach Tottenham and show a yearning and a craving to be in this group.
“In any case, I think Jose has been so baffled in the response that he has from Gareth Bale, I think he most likely doesn’t have the foggiest idea what to do, where to go with him and how to deal with him – with the exception of not play him.”
Clive Allen worked intimately with Bale during his praised first spell at Tottenham, and has consistently been a major ally of the Welshman.
Yet, even the Spurs legend conceded on Saturday he looks a sorry excuse for the player he used to mentor.
“It’s not working for him,” said the previous Tottenham striker.
“There has been stuff in the press about Bale saying he’s had a decent meeting yet Mourinho saying he’s not in any event, being included… he’s clearly not at the level Jose needs from Gareth Bale.
“We know his ability, we realize he is especially gifted, however he hasn’t indicated that since going ahead credit from Real Madrid.
“I believe it’s an issue. It’s not something that is helpful for the group going ahead, on the grounds that right now Spurs are not getting the best out of Gareth Bale.”