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Bale: Real Madrid want to win all six titles

by Tom Conn | Posted on Thursday, July 24th, 2014

Real Madrid winger, Gareth Bale is confident that with the additions the club has made this summer, Los Blancos will be able to compete for all six trophies this season.

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In his recent press conference via Sky Sports, Bale was confident that Real Madrid can compete for all six titles this season; La Liga, Champions League, Copa del Rey, Club World Cup, Spanish Super Cup and UEFA Super Cup.

“We enter six competitions and we want to win every one. That would be amazing. We are hungrier than ever.

“No team has retained the Champions League so we want to do that.

“And there is a special touch for me because the Super Cup (against Sevilla) is in my home town (Cardiff). Hopefully we can do the job and get the trophy.”

Bale then praised the additions of both Toni Kroos from Bayern Munich and James Rodriguez from AS Monaco.

“James is a great signing. He has shown what quality he has in the World Cup and hopefully he can produce for Real Madrid what he did for Colombia.

“It’s for the manager to decide what system we play and who plays. You need to perform well to keep your place, everyone knows that.”

Bale concluded by stating that he’s very comfortable in Madrid and feels he can do even better in his second season at the Santiago Bernabeu.

“It’s very difficult when you first come over. But they are such a great bunch of boys in the changing room here and they made me feel welcome.

“A lot of them speak English, which helped me.

“Getting used to the climate was quite a big change but I have a great team around me, which helps.

“I took a bit of time to settle in but I feel very comfortable now.

“It is exactly what I hoped for at Real Madrid. I still need to learn the language but that will come in time.”



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