He played 290 minutes a season with Real Madrid

He played 290 minutes a season with Real Madrid.. Gareth Bale is determined to get out of the small door of the Santiago Bernabeu  Despite Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti's statements that Gareth Bale should leave Real Madrid in a manner befitting his career, the Welsh star refuses to leave the small door of the Santiago Bernabeu.  And the latest chapters of Bale's crisis with the team was what Real Madrid announced today, Wednesday, in a statement on its website, that it was decided "at the last minute" that Bale would be absent from today's match.  Real Madrid said, "Bale will not participate in tonight's match against Osasuna," in the 33rd round of the Spanish Football League.  Gareth Bale, 32, played only 290 minutes with Real Madrid in all competitions this season, and scored one goal in 7 matches, including 4 matches in which he participated in the starting lineup.  Bale will leave Real Madrid when his contract expires in June.  And Robert Page, who is coach of the Wales national team, recently said that Bale will "definitely" continue his career at club level next season, as he looks forward to participating in the World Cup in Qatar.  Real Madrid is 15 points ahead of its closest rivals at the top of the Spanish League, and will take another huge step towards winning the league title for the 35th time in its history, in the event of a victory over Osasuna.    “Security considerations” Israel may warn its citizens against traveling to the 2022 World Cup in Qatar Israeli media reported that the coming days may witness the issuance of a recommendation from the Counter-Terrorism Office, to warn the Israelis against traveling to Qatar to participate in the World Cup 2022. What is the story?  Israeli media reported on Tuesday evening that the coming days may witness the issuance of a recommendation from the Counter-Terrorism Office, to warn the Israelis against traveling to Qatar to participate in the World Cup 2022.  Israeli security concerns are growing about the possibility of Israelis being targeted in Qatar.  The Israeli National Security Council will hold a session to discuss this point next week, at a time when sports tourism agencies estimate that between 25,000 and 30,000 Israelis intend to attend the World Cup in Qatar.  The Times of Israel considered that the geographical proximity between Qatar and Iran, and the possibility of hundreds of thousands of Iranian fans, may pose a threat to the presence of Israeli fans in Qatar.  While a security source told the Hebrew newspaper, "If no agreement is reached regarding Israeli security considerations, recommendations may be issued to avoid traveling to Qatar to attend the World Cup."

Gareth Bale is determined to get out of the small door of the Santiago Bernabeu
Despite Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti's statements that Gareth Bale should leave Real Madrid in a manner befitting his career, the Welsh star refuses to leave the small door of the Santiago Bernabeu.

And the latest chapters of Bale's crisis with the team was what Real Madrid announced today, Wednesday, in a statement on its website, that it was decided "at the last minute" that Bale would be absent from today's match.

Real Madrid said, "Bale will not participate in tonight's match against Osasuna," in the 33rd round of the Spanish Football League.

Gareth Bale, 32, played only 290 minutes with Real Madrid in all competitions this season, and scored one goal in 7 matches, including 4 matches in which he participated in the starting lineup.

Bale will leave Real Madrid when his contract expires in June.

And Robert Page, who is coach of the Wales national team, recently said that Bale will "definitely" continue his career at club level next season, as he looks forward to participating in the World Cup in Qatar.

Real Madrid is 15 points ahead of its closest rivals at the top of the Spanish League, and will take another huge step towards winning the league title for the 35th time in its history, in the event of a victory over Osasuna.

“Security considerations” Israel may warn its citizens against traveling to the 2022 World Cup in Qatar

Israeli media reported that the coming days may witness the issuance of a recommendation from the Counter-Terrorism Office, to warn the Israelis against traveling to Qatar to participate in the World Cup 2022. What is the story?

Israeli media reported on Tuesday evening that the coming days may witness the issuance of a recommendation from the Counter-Terrorism Office, to warn the Israelis against traveling to Qatar to participate in the World Cup 2022.

Israeli security concerns are growing about the possibility of Israelis being targeted in Qatar.

The Israeli National Security Council will hold a session to discuss this point next week, at a time when sports tourism agencies estimate that between 25,000 and 30,000 Israelis intend to attend the World Cup in Qatar.

The Times of Israel considered that the geographical proximity between Qatar and Iran, and the possibility of hundreds of thousands of Iranian fans, may pose a threat to the presence of Israeli fans in Qatar.

While a security source told the Hebrew newspaper, "If no agreement is reached regarding Israeli security considerations, recommendations may be issued to avoid traveling to Qatar to attend the World Cup."
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