Giggs: Bale Must Make Changes
Wales national team legend Ryan Giggs wants Gareth Bale to make changes to his playing style.
The 28-year-old is known for being an explosive player, and the player’s playing style begins to impact the body of the Real Madrid striker, with him starting to wrestle with injuries.
“When you see the game Bale, and the kind of physical he has. He will always put pressure on his body, especially looking at the kinds of challenges that other players have given him, “the former Manchester United player told reporters.
“Looking at the injuries he’s suffered, at this stage of his current career, this is a good time for him, to start caring.”
“When you get into your late 20s, you’ll start to get easily injured. That’s when you need to make changes. “
Zidane Remembers Action “Headbutt” to Materazzi’s Chest
Zinedine Zidane recalled the 2006 World Cup final incident when France lost on penalties against Italy Situs Judi. This 45-year-old coach admitted regret and not proud of the action gore chest Marco Materazzi.
The incident in the 110th minute was the end of a bitter story in Zidane’s career with the French team. The straight red card became a stain because he decided to hang up the shoes after the tournament.
“I’m not proud, I’m not at all proud of what I’ve done,” Zidane said in an interview with Telefoot on Sunday (3/9/2017), while looking back at his career recording.
“I apologize to all the young people, everyone, to all the different football coaches, but this is part of my career, my life, it’s an unpleasant one but you have to accept and digest it.”
In the same event, Zidane also played his father’s interview, Smail, with the press. This 45-year-old coach can not hold back so sad tears when knowing how much love the father.
“I am not ashamed to tell him that I love him, also to the big boys-when I call them, I say that ‘I love you’, I say that before, I also say it now and I will say it again, quotes Zidane’s father’s statement.
Problem red card, FIFA sentenced the ban to play as many as three international matches for Zidane. But as Zenane is already hanging up shoes, Zidane agreed to replace him with a social action social service with the children for three days in the FIFA humanitarian project.
Sir Alex Ferguson Confident Real Madrid Still Dominating Europe
Manchester United legendary manager, Sir Alex Ferguson, admitted confident with the dominance of Real Madrid in various competitions the next few years.
Reported by BolaSport.com from Marca, according to Ferguson, Real Madrid are still able to win the title in this season.
“Real Madrid will make other teams struggle to win,” said the former coach who now serves as UEFA Coaching Ambassador.
“If united, they will dominate for another 3-4 years,” Ferguson added.
Real Madrid successfully defended the Champions League title for two consecutive seasons.
The success makes Real Madrid the first team to back-to-back Champions League champions.
The former Manchester United manager also commented on the use of a video assistant referee (VAR).
According to the 75-year-old Scot, there is nothing wrong with giving VAR the opportunity to progress football.