Bolt, who retired from active competition in 2017, intends to use the image on items including clothing, jewellery and shoes, as well as restaurants and sports bars, the application stated. (Twitter) Perhaps one of the most recognizable signature pose in the world belongs to athletics icon Usian Bolt and he has moved to trademark a logo showing that victory celebration pose.
Gareth Bale might not have played in the Los Angeles derby on Friday night, but he made his mark with fans on either side of a pulsating game as the sun set over the Hollywood hills. Roared on by their fevered support, Bale’s new team LAFC beat David Beckham’s former franchise LA Galaxy 3-2 and signalled their growing intent to put their city-rivals in the shade. But after being introduced before kick-off to the supporters who made the match feel like a carnival with their non-stop singing and drumming, Bale was then sucked in by their passion and took to the pitch afterwards to join in.
Helped by LAFC goalkeeper Maxime Crepeau in front of the north end of the stadium, the Welsh international took part in the post-match ritual for the players where they dance and then silence the crowd before punching the air while singing “L-A-F-C”. The excited fans, who are still coming to terms with being able to sign their own Galactico from Real Madrid and former Juventus defender Giorgio Chiellini, lapped it up. There may be those who question whether Bale going to Major League Soccer is the best preparation for Wales’ World Cup campaign in November, but with the season already in full swing and concluding before teams travel to Qatar, the scheduling is perfect. Continue reading GARETH BALE: WHAT CAN THE WALES FORWARD EXPECT AT LAFC?
Gareth Bale was instrumental for Wales as they qualified for the World Cup tournament for the first time in over six decades. The Welsh team and 31 others would be one at this year’s World Cup tournament in Qatar. The last World Cup appearance for Wales was at the 1958 edition in the European nation of Sweden.
Real Madrid attacker Gareth Bale scored a brace with a goal in each half as his Welsh team beat Austria 2-1 at home in their World Cup 2022 playoff semi-final tie to qualify for the playoff final. In their playoff final tie, Wales made the tournament in Qatar thanks to the 1-0 home win over Ukraine. Continue reading BALE: NATIONS LEAGUE RECORD REVEALED
Welsh international Gareth Bale is an early doubt for the Champions League final clash with Liverpool in Paris later this month due to injury. The Welshman has missed the last four Real Madrid games as a result of a back problem.
Gareth Bale knows a lot about playing against Liverpool in the Champions League final after he scored twice for Real Madrid on the way to a 3-1 win during the 2018 Champions League final. The Welshman was an important player for Real Madrid at the time, but he’s no longer seen as an important player at the club. As a matter of fact, Gareth Bale is on course of a bench role at least if he’s fit for the upcoming Champions League final. Continue reading BALE, AN EARLY DOUBT FOR LIVERPOOL
Wales have been handed a big boost ahead of their Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup playoff clash with Austria after star player Gareth Bale returned to training. Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale was part of the Wales training onTuesday ahead of the Austria game scheduled to take place at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff on Thursday.
The return of Gareth Bale to training is a big plus for manager Robert Page especially after he missed the Barcelona game at the weekend due to an injury. Bale missed the El Clasico due to a back injury as reported in the Spanish media. The injury ensured that he missed the 4-0 rout at the hands of the Catalan giants in the league with goals from Pierre-EmerickAubameyang (2),Ferran Torres and Ronald Araujo. The defeat reduced the gap between Spanish La Liga leaders Real Madrid and nearest challengers Sevilla to nine points with nine games left to play. Barcelona are in third spot and 12 points behind Real Madrid, but they have played one less game than the top two teams. Continue reading BALE RETURNS TO TRAINING FOR AUSTRIA
Welsh international Gareth Bale was on the Real Madrid bench for the entire duration of the Spanish Copa Del Rey encounter with hosts Elche on Thursday. Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti had earlier said that Gareth Bale has recovered from injury and will be in the squad to face Elche in the round of 16 as far as the Copa Del Rey this season is concerned. The Italian tactician confirmed the availability of Bale for the Elche game after an injury layoff in his pre-match press conference before the game.
Continue reading BALE BENCHED FOR ELCHE GAME