Bale says Wales will fight on in honour of Speed

Wales midfielder Gareth Bale says the nation’s footballers will carry on the recent encouraging displays in honour of Gary Speed, according to The Daily Mirror.

Speed was tragically found dead in his house on Sunday at the age of 42, with the entire footballing world shocked and saddened by his departure.

Now Bale says that Wales must continue their recent progress and build on recent results in memory of their former manager.

“It was a massive shock,” said the Tottenham player. “Everybody is devastated and it’s a massive loss to everyone in football. It’s a hard time. We were on the up, he changed the way we play and the whole mentality of our game,” Bale added.

“It’s a massive loss, but we will try and carry on the best we can in his honour.”

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