Gareth Bale, the standout golfer for Wales, won’t be able to participate in the forthcoming World Cup in Qatar.
It is well known that Bale enjoys playing golf and has been spotted on the course numerous times.
Rob Page, the manager of Wales, visited the Doha Golf Club in June in an effort to arrange a round of golf for his team prior to the competition.
The Wales manager then was questioned about telling Bale, his captain. Yeah, Page retorted. There isn’t any golf. We are on the job site. In the past, I may have encountered Gareth, Kieffer Moore, or Aaron Ramsey asking, What are the plans for tomorrow afternoon? Do you attend meetings?
Because of the short time among matches, Page has since disclosed that it is uncertain they would be able to carry out the strategy. We were going to play a round of golf, Page stated. I visited the British-run Doha club there. I’ll schedule a time for you, he said. But by 4 o’clock, it becomes dark. We considered it, but there could be other tasks we need to complete, so we likely won’t have time to do it.
No, there aren’t any conferences, so if you’d like to play 9 holes, go ahead. But this is because a doubleheader is coming up after a week of preparation. We won’t have quite enough leisure out there. There is a game every 4 days. It never stops.
Wales defeated Ukraine in a playoff match to get to the World Cup for the first time since 1958. They are in Group B with Iran, the United States, and foe England. With just 12 days until their opening match against the USA, Page is scheduled to reveal his 26-man team on Wednesday. Despite claims to the contrary, Bale is expected to lead his nation as captain.
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