“Bale goes for goal, OH WHAT A GOAL!” This piece of commentary from Sky Sports will be one that will live long in the memory for Spurs fans. The words cannot begin to describe the nature of that Gareth Bale goal to win away at West Ham United.
I don’t want to blab on and on about Bale because we all know how good he has been and how big a player he is. I just want to put out my stance on where his future lies.
Gareth Bale will NOT leave White Hart Lane this summer. He is a Tottenham man and will help the club to reach our ultimate aim, Champions League football and a trophy. There may be interest from the big boys, namely Manchester United, Real Madrid and Paris Saint Germain but Gareth is 23 and will stay. Many Spurs fans would like to thank Gareth for his incredible season, which could easily have had it’s own goal of the season contest and we all hope that Gareth will sign a new contract and score more goals and even better goals – if that is possible – in the 2013/14 season. Here are some messages from Spurs fans about/to Gareth:
@joeroberson7 – With outstanding performances and scoring many goals, but not just ordinary ‘tap ins’, Gareth has scored many world class goals throughout the season. He saw himself win PFA Player of the Year, Young Player of the Year and many other awards. Tottenham’s failure to secure a striker in January seemed like a disaster, however with a fabulous contribution of 31 goals Bale helped spurs reach a all time record points total of 72.
@katiee_bale11 – This season Welsh superstar, Gareth Bale has established himself as one of the finest players in the world. I love Gareth Bale because he doesn’t talk about how brilliant his performance on the pitch is. He always says it is down to the players and the manager. Bale is such a role model to younger footballers and watching him is an excitement for all football fans because of the energy he brings to the pitch each game.
@nicksharris -Gareth Bale redefined the long range thunderstrike on his own terms last season, netting nine times from outside the box in the Premier League, a total no-one in Europe’s top divisions could match, not even the freakish Lionel Messi. What was all the more remarkable was the frequency with which he scored these stunners to win matches, with the unbelievable late goal against West Ham likely to live in the memory of every Spurs fan for years to come.
@aman_thfc – An injury to Jermain Defoe and the over dependency of spurs on Adebayor to do the job forced AVB to deploy Bale behind the striker to chip in with goals. It is clearly visible that Bale appreciated the fact that AVB let him do that when Bale struck the winner against West Ham and ran straight into the arms of AVB. Not only did that show his appreciation towards the manager but also it showed how much love the two men share.
@TalkingTHFC – What can I say about Gareth Bale? The man’s a menace. I feel a warmth and excitement every time I see him on the team sheet. Bale brings more than his abilities with him. He brings hope to fans, he brings enjoyment to neutrals, he brings something to scream and cheer about. Bale’s a character that kids model themselves on. His performances these past few years amazed me to start but as they continued it became a norm to have such a talented individual. His goals have been phenomenal especially those against United and West Ham and I thank him for giving me memories I will remember for the rest of my life as a Spurs fan. Thank you, Gareth Bale.
@sticksTHFC – Gareth Bale has turned into an exceptional footballer through some amazing performances this season and the Welsh Wizard has caught the eye of the top European clubs. Still only 23, Bale still has room for improvement before he can really be compared to the two best players in world football – Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo – but I am confident he will make it.
As you can see from those opinions, Gareth means a lot to every Spurs fan and deep inside us, we hope he will become a legend at our club.
From me (@Nikhil_Saglani) – Thank you, Gareth, for your stunning performances and goals this season. Each and every memory will remain in my heart for a very long time. Seeing you mature as a young left back into an experienced midfielder has been one of the best parts of my short life as a Spurs fan. I am immensely proud to call you my idol, hero, inspiration and favourite player and I wish you every success next season and for the rest of your career. COYS!