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Real Madrid

Stats suggest Bale is Madrid's fall guy

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 By Rob Train

Real Madrid will appreciate current international break due to recent form

The FC team discuss whether Gareth Bale should stick it out at Real Madrid or head back to the Premier League.

The latest international break has come just at the right time for Real Madrid. The 2-1 loss at Camp Nou against Barcelona may have opened up a four-point lead at the top of the table in the Catalan club's favour, but the two-week La Liga shutdown permits Carlo Ancelotti and his staff to analyze Real's recent poor run of results with no "big" games on the horizon.

Of course, there is the FIFA curse to consider: a club manager is never entirely happy when his playing staff are away in the hands of...

Gareth Bale is Real Madrid's fall guy despite replicating his 2013-14 form

ESPN FC's Spain correspondent Sid Lowe lays out the reasons why Gareth Bale has been made a target for criticism among Madrid supporters this season.

When two of a country's leading newspapers -- and renowned supporters of Real Madrid -- rail against a player of their beloved club, it won't be long before the fans are baying for blood. Despite netting a match-winning brace the game previous, the daggers were out for Gareth Bale once again after the Clasico. AS awarded only referee Mateu Lahoz a lower rating on the day than the Welshman and Marca refused outright to even give the 25-year-old a score.

It's true that Bale had a disappointing night...

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If Gareth Bale isn't staying at Real Madrid, where could he go next?

The ESPN FC panel answer your tweets on Gareth Bale's future, the decline of English players and Chelsea's Premier League lead.

Gareth Bale must be glad for this international break. Having suffered angry Real Madrid fans trying to kick lumps out of his soft-top Bentley in the early hours of Monday, a return to the sleepy calm of his heartland could only have been welcome.

The Wales national team's hotel in Cardiff Bay is just six miles from Whitchurch, the northern suburb of the Welsh capital where Bale grew up. In this part of the world, everyone is rooting for him. Even Thursday's flight to Israel and a vital Euro...

Real Madrid lost the Clasico, but their stunning goal proves they'll rebound

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno weighs in on Real Madrid's inability to capitalise on their scoring opportunities against Barcelona.

After Sunday's Clasico, in the mid-sized lecture theatre that is the Camp Nou news conference room, both Carlo Ancelotti and Luis Enrique used phrases about the competing teams being "two of the best in the world."

Given that Madrid are world and European champions and Barcelona have won two Champions Leagues and two Club World Cups of their own since 2009, I think that's a fair comment. So how easy is it, I wonder, to move the ball from goalkeeper to goalscorer against "one of the best teams...

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Manchester City's Cristiano Ronaldo bid bound to upset Man United

The ESPN FC crew weigh on in Cristiano Ronaldo's relationship with Gareth Bale and the rest of his teammates at Real Madrid.

As the summer window draws ever closer, the transfer rumours and gossip continue to spread.

City players convinced Ronaldo is on his way

For quite a while now, it's been generally accepted that it was only a matter of when, not if, Cristiano Ronaldo would return to Manchester.

In an interesting turn of events, though, it seems that cross-town rivals Manchester City have muscled in on a potential deal for the Manchester United hero. Speaking to Revista de La Liga, Spanish football expert Graham Hunter...

Barcelona claim Clasico points; Man United see off Gerrard and Liverpool

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno examines Luis Suarez's world-class performance against Real Madrid in El Clasico.

Maybe you can distill it down to some kind of scientific axiom: the greater the number of individual superstars on the pitch, the greater the chance that a moment of genius, magic or what you might otherwise call unaccountable skill will be the difference between the two.

Barcelona and Real Madrid both had spells in which they enjoyed the upper hand in Sunday's Clasico, but only the Catalans had Luis Suarez and the move he pulled 10 minutes into the second half.

The former Liverpool striker ghosted...