Tottenham Hotspur boss Jose Mourinho backed to use Gareth Bale as an impact sub
The 31-year-old Welshman returned to North London, seven years after leaving the club to join Real Madrid. Despite it being a loan, the transfer is amongst the best deals made this summer.
Having arrived injured, Bale has not been able to take to the field. Now back in training, there is hope that he could feature this weekend against West Ham United.
“When you need a goal or a bit of inspiration from the bench there are not too many better than Gareth Bale.”
A dominant player on his day, Mills expects Bale to be brought off the bench. This should help him bring his match fitness up to speed.
The prospect of having a player of his calibre to call upon has the potential to turn a match in our favour. Known for his pace and power, Bale is a proven match-winner against the best in the game.
“Mourinho likes to keep it tight and if by the 60th minute the scores are level he will bring Bale on. Suddenly the opposition will be worried.”
The player already looks different in comparison to the forlorn facade he cut during the last couple of years at Real Madrid. A video of him in training showcased he has not lost his touch and can contribute massively to us this season.
The video sent fans into a frenzy with them excited to see their prodigal son get back onto the field.
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Bale is loved and adored at Tottenham and his story in white is about to be resurrected. It will be sure to bring about a wave of nostalgia for the older fans. It will also usher in the newer generation, who have heard the exploits of the Welsh winger.