Gareth Bale Surely Needs To Imitate Cristiano Ronaldo In Order To Save The Career Of Real Madrid

Gareth Bale has to copy the style of Cristiano Ronaldo in order to save his career in Real Madrid, as per his former boss of Wales named John Toshack. John, who handed over Gareth his international debut in the year 2006, believes that the Welshman should step up as a replacement for Cristiano Ronaldo at Real Madrid.

He admitted that injuries have played their own part in restricting the winger (pacey) during his era at the Bernabeu, where John had 2 spells as the manager between the year 1989 and 1999. But he has also urged that the 29-year-old player have to become puissant on the way the club of Real Madrid play and thereafter look to dictate their own play as Cristiano did before his departure to the club of Juventus.

Ronaldo plays his game as a winger, scores and also sets up goals for the other players of the team, John told AS. “There is clearly no doubt that Bale is one of the great players of all the time.” But he wants to continue at the club, then he has to try and copy what Ronaldo does.

“If you will look at what he has achieved, it will surprise you what he would have done in the game if he had not been so much unfortunate with the injuries. “So it is obvious that, with his experience, there is a chance that he can also drop off a bit and play some short balls and ultimately can read the game more. I am hopeful that he will go on to do more than what he has done so far because whenever he makes a comeback after sustaining an injury, you definitely know that it is time for you to start all the things again.”