Gareth Bale crushes the Spanish press

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Gareth Bale Sick of. Almost invisible this season since his return to Real Madrid last summer, with just 5 games played in all competitions (for 1 goal in C1) under the command of Carlo Ancelotti, the 32-year-old striker still draws the ire of Merengues supporters , but also from the Spanish press, which rarely spares the Welshman.

Especially since during his loan to Tottenham last year, the Madrid number 18 had suggested some great things. Back in the roster to take part in the 2022 World Cup play-offs with the Dreigiau (Dragons), Gareth Bale carried his country with a double to pay Austria’s scalp by David Alaba to take part in the final , where Wales will face Scotland or Ukraine in June.

Gareth Bale couldn’t keep silent

After this success against the Austrians, Gareth Bale took advantage of his time in the mixed zone respond to a journalist from Brand calling him a “parasite” for Real Madrid. “Honestly, I don’t need to send a message. It’s a waste of time. It’s disgusting and they should be ashamed of themselves too. I do not care. End “had commented on the Welsh star in front of the journalists.

The story could have ended there, but it didn’t. The Wales captain shared a lengthy message on his social networks this Friday. Gareth Bale generally tackles journalism there and points the finger Brandbut also, more generally, the extreme demands he believes many athletes today suffer from. “I have witnessed the damaging effects the media can have on people’s mental and physical health. The daily pressure on athletes is immense […]†wrote in particular the Real Madrid player, who obviously had a lot of use for the potato.

Gareth Bale’s full post

“The Daily Mail sheds light on this defamatory, derogatory and speculative journalism by Marca.

At a time when people are committing suicide because of the insensitivity and ruthlessness of the media, I want to know, who is holding the journalists and news outlets accountable for allowing them to write these kinds of stories?

Fortunately, during my time in the public arena, I’ve developed a thick skin, but that doesn’t mean that articles like this don’t harm and upset those who receive these evil stories personally and professionally.

I have witnessed the damaging effects the media can have on people’s mental and physical health. The media expects superhuman achievements from professional athletes and will be the first to celebrate with them when they achieve it. But instead of sympathizing with them when they make the slightest bit of human error, they are ripped to pieces, fueling the anger and disappointment of their fans.

The daily pressure on athletes is immense, and it is obvious how easily negative media pressure can send an already stressed athlete, or anyone in the public arena, to the bottom of the hole.

I hope that when our children are old enough to understand the news, journalistic ethics and standards will be strongly strengthened.

So I want to use my social media to encourage change in the way we speak in public and criticize people simply because in most cases they don’t live up to the often unrealistic expectations placed on them.

We all know who the real parasite is! †

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