Bale sends an S.O.S

first_imgThe MLS seems to be the best solution for Bale, by language, quality of life and possibility of playing golf, his great hobby. In the conversation unveiled now, even one of the participants even shouts: “Miami!”, In clear reference to the franchise that is now owned by Beckham, Inter Miami. Bale was already one step away from going to play in the Chinese Super League, at Jiangsu Suning, because Madrid opened the door for him last summer. Between China and the US, the choice for Bale is clear. The key is that Madrid does not charge a transfer and that they manage to pay their high salary … The sad reality is that last summer only that offer came from China by the player. So Barnett exclaims, “If anyone wants it!” The Hat-trick Potcast presented by the International Champions Cup. The first episode of this podcast of the great summer competition he served Gareth Bale to send an SOS about his situation at Real Madrid. With a contract until 2022 and a salary of 14.5 million euros that he does not want to lower, does not count for Zidane and must search for equipment. Madrid needs to lose weight in the face of the crisis that is coming due to the coronavirus. There are more soccer players like James, Mariano or Odriozola who are in the same situation …The podcast became a kind of promotional video for the Welshman. The question about MLS in which the Welsh player says “I would definitely be interested” has spread to all corners of the world. What has not transpired are the last seconds of the video of the interview that can be seen on YouTube, in which the request for help is already more evident. The interview includes Charlie Stillitano, executive producer of the International Champions Cup, Neil Barnett, a year in charge of Chelsea’s communication, and Ray Hudson, a famous American television commentator (from the Bien Sports channel). But, in addition, and this is what had not transpired, the representative of the player, Jonathan Barnett, was online. The key to the video is from minute 34:20. Charlie Stillitano begins to fire the player, and already in a more relaxed atmosphere, he says: “I hope someday you can come to MLS.” That’s when Jonathan Barnett interrupts: “If anyone loves him, Charlie! Someone has to call him first … “. That causes everyone to laugh. And Stillitano continues: “I think there must be many suitors Jonathan, there must be many suitors …”. And, finally, Bale himself enters the conversation: “(Inaudible) happen … That’s the most important thing.” The player seems to want to say: “See if they can make that happen … that’s the most important thing.” Between the representative and the player, a full SOS.(embed) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GHGG6v8k5kI (/ embed)last_img read more

Football Travels To Stetson For Season Finale

first_img Audio Tickets Story Links Drake Game Notes The Drake University football team has won its last three games and is looking to extend its streak on Saturday as the Bulldogs travel to Stetson University for the season finale.Saturday’s contest will be the third all-time meeting between Drake and Stetson. The Bulldogs leads the all-time series, 2-0, and won last year’s meeting 41-3 at Drake Stadium. The Bulldogs enter Saturday’s game with a 6-4 record and are 5-2 in PFL play and beat Butler, 28-14, last week. Last Saturday’s win ensured the Bulldogs will finish with a winning record for the 12th time in the last 13 years. After dropping its last three PFL games, Stetson is 2-5 in the league and 4-6 overall.  Senior running back Conley Wilkins is one of the best in the PFL and is looking to become the first Bulldog to rush over 1,000 yards since 2007. He ranks second in the PFL with 941 rushing yards and 1,365 all purpose yards. Wilkins has found the end zone nine times this season and has scored at least one touchdown in nine of his last 12 games, dating back to last season. For the second-straight year, fifth-year senior Eric Saubert is leading the Bulldogs in receiving. This season, he has racked up 645 receiving yards on 52 receptions and eight touchdowns. Last year, he caught 55 passes for 580 yards receiving and nine touchdowns. Defensively, fifth-year senior Taylor Coleman leads the Bulldogs and ranks fifth in PFL with 8.5 tackles per game. He recorded a season-high 16 tackles in Drake’s setback at Dayton on Oct. 1.Stetson has the top two tacklers in the PFL, Jeb Boudreaux and Donald Payne. Boudreaux leads the league with 104 tackles (72 solo) and ranks seventh with five sacks. Payne, who is a two-time PFL Defensive Player of the Year, has recorded 100 or more tackles the past three seasons and has continued that trend this year with 100 stops (70 solo). Offensively, Cole Mazza is the team’s leading rusher with 585 yards and seven touchdowns. Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more