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Re: Gareth Bale transfer saga

Post by halamadrid2 on Mon Jul 29, 2013 2:12 pm

only it wouldn't

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Re: Gareth Bale transfer saga

Post by free_cat on Mon Jul 29, 2013 2:12 pm


Nani - Soldado - Di Maria

-------Holtby

---Dembele --- Paulinho/Sandro

Coentrao - Vertonghen - Kaboul - Walker

-----------Lloris

Not bad... a pity Soldado in there.

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Post by The_Badger on Mon Jul 29, 2013 2:16 pm

@halamadrid2 wrote:only it wouldn't

Of course it would.

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Post by B-Mac on Mon Jul 29, 2013 2:22 pm

@The_Badger wrote:
@halamadrid2 wrote:only it wouldn't

Of course it would.

Hala still has faith in Castilla to be like La Masia for Madrid Proud

those spanish youths

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Post by Le Samourai on Mon Jul 29, 2013 2:33 pm

B-Mac MUFC wrote:
@The_Badger wrote:
@halamadrid2 wrote:only it wouldn't

Of course it would.

Hala still has faith in Castilla to be like La Masia for Madrid Proud

those spanish youths

Tottenham is one club. They produce only so many players we actually want. Then, when we come for them, Levy is incredibly difficult.

I wouldn't hurt us, it would direct us toward more pliable clubs, and better value targets.

On the other hand lets see them get what they want from United or any other club.

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Re: Gareth Bale transfer saga

Post by jibers on Mon Jul 29, 2013 2:34 pm

Hopefully Bale comes to United. Giggs natural heir. Giggs will hand him his number 11 ffs


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Post by Adit on Mon Jul 29, 2013 2:38 pm

He is indeed coming home jibbers..

http://www.goal.com/en/news/596/exclusive/2013/07/29/4150929/man-utd-consider-255m-fellaini-move-as-fabregas-hopes-fade

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Post by sportsczy on Mon Jul 29, 2013 2:47 pm

According to the BBC (as reliable as it gets), Spurs have rejected a 98.5 mil offer by Madrid for Bale.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/football/23490932

But Bale is applying monstrous pressure and is refusing to play so far.

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Re: Gareth Bale transfer saga

Post by jibers on Mon Jul 29, 2013 2:49 pm

@Adit wrote:He is indeed coming home jibbers..

http://www.goal.com/en/news/596/exclusive/2013/07/29/4150929/man-utd-consider-255m-fellaini-move-as-fabregas-hopes-fade

Fellaini :proud:Best false DM/CM/SS/ST eva


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Re: Gareth Bale transfer saga

Post by Valkyrja on Mon Jul 29, 2013 2:49 pm

Levy is crazy

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Re: Gareth Bale transfer saga

Post by Onyx on Mon Jul 29, 2013 2:51 pm

The BBC link says there's yet to be an offer for Bale.

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Re: Gareth Bale transfer saga

Post by sportsczy on Mon Jul 29, 2013 2:57 pm

Yohan Modric wrote:The BBC link says there's yet to be an offer for Bale.
Madrid don't make written offers unless both sides are mostly agreed. Part of Flo's "keep good relationships with everyone" policy. Making a written offer when the other side is refusing to sell is antagonistic.

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Re: Gareth Bale transfer saga

Post by Zealous on Mon Jul 29, 2013 3:04 pm

Levy is too obsessed about keeping an image of being this negotiations guru that he routinely fails to improve his squad as a result.

If he were smart he'd take the money and run. The longer this drags out the less time he'll have to strengthen the squad with all the money Madrid will drop on him.

For Madrid the money is not an issue, mostly because that money will come back and bring friends. Spurs are getting a generous deal here but hopefully they remain stubborn to the point where we cut off relations with them. I'm tired of how they conduct business.

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Re: Gareth Bale transfer saga

Post by Lex on Mon Jul 29, 2013 3:14 pm

Aaaaaah Sp*rs' best player piling on pressure to escape. Love it Proud

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Re: Gareth Bale transfer saga

Post by Zealous on Mon Jul 29, 2013 3:16 pm

Sexta Deportes is saying Bale is a Madrid player now lol

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Post by jibers on Mon Jul 29, 2013 3:16 pm

@Zealous wrote:Levy is too obsessed about keeping an image of being this negotiations guru that he routinely fails to improve his squad as a result.

If he were smart he'd take the money and run. The longer this drags out the less time he'll have to strengthen the squad with all the money Madrid will drop on him.

For Madrid the money is not an issue, mostly because that money will come back and bring friends. Spurs are getting a generous deal here but hopefully they remain stubborn to the point where we cut off relations with them. I'm tired of how they conduct business.

pls be quiet. Why the hell should he sell if he doesn't want to. Get a grip lol. Wow, Madrid cuts off business with spurs, do you think Levy gives a toss?

The bloody arrogance here...unbelievable...

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Post by Zealous on Mon Jul 29, 2013 3:20 pm

@jibers wrote:
@Zealous wrote:Levy is too obsessed about keeping an image of being this negotiations guru that he routinely fails to improve his squad as a result.

If he were smart he'd take the money and run. The longer this drags out the less time he'll have to strengthen the squad with all the money Madrid will drop on him.

For Madrid the money is not an issue, mostly because that money will come back and bring friends. Spurs are getting a generous deal here but hopefully they remain stubborn to the point where we cut off relations with them. I'm tired of how they conduct business.

pls be quiet. Why the hell should he sell if he doesn't want to. Get a grip lol. Wow, Madrid cuts off business with spurs, do you think Levy gives a toss?

The bloody arrogance here...unbelievable...

I don't have to sell a plot of land for twice what it is worth and reinvest somewhere else but I more than likely would do so. It's just good business sense mate, business sense that Levy doesn't seem to have if you ask me.

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Re: Gareth Bale transfer saga

Post by The_Badger on Mon Jul 29, 2013 3:20 pm

Has Bale handed in a transfer request?

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Re: Gareth Bale transfer saga

Post by halamadrid2 on Mon Jul 29, 2013 3:21 pm

B-Mac MUFC wrote:
@The_Badger wrote:
@halamadrid2 wrote:only it wouldn't

Of course it would.

Hala still has faith in Castilla to be like La Masia for Madrid Proud

those spanish youths
pls our castilla players are better than some of their first teamers pls go

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Post by The_Badger on Mon Jul 29, 2013 3:24 pm

@Zealous wrote:Levy is too obsessed about keeping an image of being this negotiations guru that he routinely fails to improve his squad as a result.

If he were smart he'd take the money and run. The longer this drags out the less time he'll have to strengthen the squad with all the money Madrid will drop on him.

For Madrid the money is not an issue, mostly because that money will come back and bring friends. Spurs are getting a generous deal here but hopefully they remain stubborn to the point where we cut off relations with them. I'm tired of how they conduct business.

Levy is attempting to construct a team that challenges for accolades and success. Selling Spurs best player undermines that objective.

It's typical arrogance being displayed here by "fans" of top teams who think they have some God given right to buy who they want from where they want and anyone resisting is a fool.

Perez is a corrupt, morally bankrupt scumbag and I applaud Levy for trolling him and Real Madrid.


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Re: Gareth Bale transfer saga

Post by Zealous on Mon Jul 29, 2013 3:32 pm

Suprs are a small club who with or without Bale won't win the league unless they get a City/Chelsea style takeover. Barring that an FA cup run is the closest they'll get to real silverware.

If it's the CL they want then 90 million euro could go a long way to getting that. Arsenal have no superstars on their team yet make the CL thanks to them having a competent squad. Spurs could have that if they want or they could keep Bale and see where that leads them. He won't be signing any extension from now on either so next summer he won't be worth 90 million, likely much less than that if Spurs don't make it to the CL.

It's not about arrogance or whatever the fck you guys are crying about. As if Real Madrid isn't light years ahead of a poverty club like Spurs anyway. It's about knowing how to build a team and I don't think Levy knows what he's doing when it comes to that. Like you said though he doesn't have to sell if he doesn't want to.

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Post by The Franchise on Mon Jul 29, 2013 3:37 pm

It seems like arrogance when you lambast Levy for how he does business, when all he actually is doing is refusing to sell to you...he aint trying to do any business.

You speaking as if they are trying sell and just being pricks about it. Thats not whats happening.

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Post by Zealous on Mon Jul 29, 2013 3:41 pm

@The Franchise wrote:It seems like arrogance when you lambast Levy for how he does business, when all he actually is doing is refusing to sell to you...he aint trying to do any business.

You speaking as if they are trying sell and just being pricks about it. Thats not whats happening.

Spurs are a selling club. They'll sell, only question will be how much. 90 million now or much less later down the line.

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Post by The_Badger on Mon Jul 29, 2013 3:43 pm

@Zealous wrote:Suprs are a small club who with or without Bale won't win the league unless they get a City/Chelsea style takeover. Barring that an FA cup run is the closest they'll get to real silverware.

If it's the CL they want then 90 million euro could go a long way to getting that. Arsenal have no superstars on their team yet make the CL thanks to them having a competent squad. Spurs could have that if they want or they could keep Bale and see where that leads them. He won't be signing any extension from now on either so next summer he won't be worth 90 million, likely much less than that if Spurs don't make it to the CL.

It's not about arrogance or whatever the fck you guys are crying about. As if Real Madrid isn't light years ahead of a poverty club like Spurs anyway. It's about knowing how to build a team and I don't think Levy knows what he's doing when it comes to that. Like you said though he doesn't have to sell if he doesn't want to.

Spurs don't need the money though. If they wanted to spend £85m on players they could do that with or with the sale of Bale.

I can't help but laugh at the irony of RM fans bemoaning the way Levy conducts his business, which there is absolutely nothing wrong with, when RM's business practices are utterly abhorrent.

And calling them a poverty club is hilarious they're owned by billionaires and don't demand government handouts to bail them out of the red.

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Post by Le Samourai on Mon Jul 29, 2013 3:44 pm

If he doesn't want to sell, god bless, he has that right.

I just think it's about time we forget about him because there's obviously never going to be a time where he will deal. We'll not get good value, nor will we get who we want when we want him. So forget about Levy for good.

When Bale goes, let's see what he goes for if we ain't interested. When they need a CL quality player, let them look somewhere other than our bench.

Prefer to deal with Napoli and Benitez from now on Proud

On a side note, I didn't want Bale for any price. Levy is doing us a favor. But, I don't want to see time wasted in the future when we actually want someone from Tottenham. It's not going to go smoothly, don't bother. Get someone else.

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Re: Gareth Bale transfer saga

Post by Pedram on Mon Jul 29, 2013 4:16 pm

I just don't get why we persist so much to sign him, it's not like Bale is the 2nd coming of jesus.

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