The Wales International signed the Bernabeu outfit from Tottenham in 2013, but he had a complicated relationship with supporters during his seven-year stay in the Spanish capital.

To boo and whistle your player is wrong

Gareth Bale has hit out at the fans of Real Madrid, who squeezed him while working with the club of Primera Division. The Wales International signed the Bernabeu outfit from Tottenham in 2013, but he had a complicated relationship with supporters during his seven-year stay in the Spanish capital. Gareth can’t understand the level of discontent, which was sent in his direction over the years. “It’s is one of these things. I did not know too much about it when I came to Madrid,” he told reporters. “It is one of those things you don’t expect. You don’t expect your supporters to do that with your player. “I understand that if he is aimed at the team if you play poorly or at midday, you are left out of the pair. But to boo your player, or to whistle your player, as they do, is simply wrong.

Wales. Golf. Madrid

“Because if you have a bad game, you want your fans to be behind you. If they start to whistle, your confidence is reduced even more – everything becomes more complicated.” You will play worse, which will make them angrier. They harm themselves in some way. I don’t understand, and it makes no sense to me. “Critics claim that he made few indulgences for himself, apparently working on his golf more than his football, while the player seemed to fan the flames of anger, holding a flag that read: “Wales. Golf. Madrid. In that order.”

Responding to the incident, the 30-year-old player said: “I saw the banner a few weeks before. The boys showed me and said: “If we did qualify, let’s try to find it and get it out.” I was like: “Do what you want, but I’m not going to stop to get it.” They let him down, we all celebrated as a team, and I’m not going to not jump around with team-mates. It was a bit banal. A bit of fun. People see how they like it.” The 83-time capped winger’s future remains up in the air as the summer approaches.