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    Gareth Bale and how he suits AVB's system.

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    Gareth Bale and how he suits AVB's system.

    Post by BazSpur on Thu Feb 28 2013, 06:03

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/football/blog/2013/feb/26/gareth-bale-sensation-tottenham-style


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    Re: Gareth Bale and how he suits AVB's system.

    Post by vis on Thu Feb 28 2013, 09:22

    Good find Baz. Bale is not yet World class but he is developing into a fine player and time is on his side to develop further, maybe one day deserving the accolade of being considered amongst the best on the planet. The claims of a "one man team" are wide of the mark because without the other 10 lads on the pitch supporting him during a game, the rest of the squad giving the back-up required and the belief of the manager & his support team Bale would be just another player. With what he receives from his team mates & management he is slowly realising his potential . . . . .


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