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Vybz Kartel

Gareth Bale

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22 minutes ago, LAM09 said:

Walker-Peters is a youngster that started his career at Tottenham, born/brought up in the area and reluctant to leave London whilst Bale is willing to throw away what is meant to be his prime years. The two examples couldn't be further apart from one another.

Walker Peters is never going to play regularly for Spurs and has had numerous chances to move, also he is 22 year olds and has only played 19 times for Spurs since 2015. Its same scenario as Bale not wanting to leave. Different reasons maybe but still sit and take the money at a top club or go elsewhere.

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2 minutes ago, OneMoSalah said:

Walker Peters is never going to play regularly for Spurs and has had numerous chances to move, also he is 22 year olds and has only played 19 times for Spurs since 2015. Its same scenario as Bale not wanting to leave. Different reasons maybe but still sit and take the money at a top club or go elsewhere.

Trippier could be off, so it will be either him or Aurier. Whether he ever gets a run to prove himself is a different story. Bale's reasoning is solely money motivated.

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2 hours ago, OneMoSalah said:

Tbf for the 17m a year when he clearly doesnt want to leave, unless Real Madrid dont register him which I severely doubt they would do to someone who can offer quality, its hardly bizarre. I mean even then look at Gary and Drinkwater here knew they wouldnt play but were happy to sit and collect their 100 or 120k a week or whatever despite not playing or being conaidered by their managers as important. Or look at other players of various levels at other clubs, the guy Kyle Walker-Peters at Spurs signed a new deal on decent wages for a 22 year old who plays maybe 10 times a season... its modern day football, nothing is suprising anymore. Clubs want players sign them up on huge deals offering huge sums of money all the time only for a manager to decide to chuck them. Look at Martial and Luke Shaw at United, Jose wanted to bin them and they eventually outlasted him. Theres every chance Bale outlasts Zidane at Real as he has a long contract on huge money.

Getting paid a lot is one thing but is it really worth it when you're getting disrespected by everyone around every week? Does he not have some dignity? Is he genuinely happy by wasting his years as a footballer just like that?

The difference between Bale and the likes of Cahill, Drinkwater is that they don't get disrespected by people around on a weekly basis. And for everyone player like that, there's always those who prefer to leave for playing time rather than staying for the money. IIRC, didn't Fabregas, for example, get paid 150k p/w here but chose to leave anyway because he wanted to play regularly? 

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