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Adiós Carlos: Tevez in numbers

Ed July 6, 2011 Tags: Just for fun 20 comments

Carlos Tevez has, for the second time in six months, demanded a move away from Manchester City. In December the pint-sized striker blamed the poor relationship with club management; yesterday the 27-year-old has begged to be closer to his family. Cynics might claim the lure of another signing on fee is strong in the scar-faced one. Rant couldn’t possibly comment.

Carlos Tevez in numbers

20 comments

Mr Bluesky - July 6, 2011 Reply

Wow… How sad can some people get. It only goes to show how infatuated our poor neighbours have become by City’s overwhelming wealth.

mongoletsi - July 7, 2011 Reply

Money can’t buy class or history.

Kilhar - July 6, 2011 Reply

Sign-on fees received per years served ratio? No mortal can ever match the ultimate king. Show me the stats for Anelka, please!

sidney - July 6, 2011 Reply

Haha, that’s ace

It’s bollocks about his kids. Unless he moves to Argentina, he’s talking shit

dingleberry - July 7, 2011 Reply

i am no tevez fan, but he has said he wants to leave England because his wife / kids cant settle here, doesnt mean he has to go back to Argentina, as the culture / climate / etc in Spain would, in theory, be a better place for his family to settle so he could go there but he is still an ungrateful money grabbing little dick

jason gerrard - July 6, 2011 Reply

he looks like freddie krugar and he haunts shitty fans in ther dreams, so now its nightmare at eastlands 2, ignore him and he will disapear(fingers crossed) learn english and you might make friends, john merrick did and he was only half as ugly as cartrouble.

Alfonso Bedoya - July 6, 2011 Reply

Commenter said:
Wow… How sad can some people get. It only goes to show how infatuated our poor neighbours have become by City’s overwhelming wealth.

Oh fuck… thanks for the chuckle mate… I was having a shit day.
You’re right though… we are a sad lot… only won the League title last year… was really hoping for another Champs league… that was hard to take, but fuck me, Barcelona is a very good team.
urmmm… have your bunch ever played Barcelona?

“Badges, to god-damned hell with badges! We have no badges. In fact, we don’t need badges. I don’t have to show you any stinking badges, you god-damned cabrón and ching’ tu madre! Come out from that shit-hole of yours. I have to speak to you.”

lynx1330 - July 6, 2011 Reply

We did play them about two years ago actually, and we beat them on their own turf

Ed - July 7, 2011 Reply

lynx1330 – haha. Yep, a friendly win two years ago makes City virtual European champions.

pedmachine - July 6, 2011 Reply

We played them away for the Joan Gamper Trophy and became the first team to beat them without going to penalties. Great goal by Martin Petrov

sheesh - July 6, 2011 Reply

Commenter said:
Wow… How sad can some people get. It only goes to show how infatuated our poor neighbours have become by City’s overwhelming wealth.

A supporter of a club whose fans sing about one of their players hating ‘Munichs’ signs up to a United forum to post a comment on a topic relating to a former United player…and then accuses us of being infatuated with his team?
That’s funny.
City fans always have been and always will be deluded.

captainhormone - July 6, 2011 Reply

…and bitter

mongoletsi - July 7, 2011 Reply

Amen to that.

Spudiator - July 7, 2011 Reply

I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again. I know a lot of fans were gutted when we didn’t sign Tevez after his 2-year “loan”, but in retrospect I’m so fucking glad we washed our hands of him! No doubt he’s got ability and work-rate, but I’ve never seen a player with so much baggage, let alone a player who makes Nicolas Anelka seem like a modest man full of gratitude for his position by comparison! The sad thing is, for the City fans, he’s proven how vital he is to them by the difference in their play with and without him, and for all their vast wealth, you cannot buy loyalty.

Alfonso Bedoya - July 7, 2011 Reply

Commenter said:
We did play them about two years ago actually, and we beat them on their own turf

Awesome… you guys are massive.

Alfonso Bedoya - July 7, 2011 Reply

Commenter said:
We played them away for the Joan Gamper Trophy and became the first team to beat them without going to penalties. Great goal by Martin Petrov

Outstanding… that sure puts our Champs league final in the shade… I’m well jealous.

uncleknobheadforfucksake - July 7, 2011 Reply

i told justin and all you cunts hes a shite player and wasnt worth shifting rooney about for, he was crap in his first year and atrocious in his second, hes not got the bottle for the big time, like berbatov,

bman - July 7, 2011 Reply

Commenter said:
We played them away for the Joan Gamper Trophy and became the first team to beat them without going to penalties. Great goal by Martin Petrov

This is the funniest thing I’ve read here in a long time, and that includes Herbie.

Just1n - August 24, 2011 Reply

Interesting article on the dodgy Russians that own Tevez economic rights.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/sport/david-conn-inside-sport-blog/2011/aug/23/carlos-tevez-legal-battle-revealed

sidney - August 24, 2011 Reply

Just1n said:
Interesting article on the dodgy Russians that own Tevez economic rights.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/sport/david-conn-inside-sport-blog/2011/aug/23/carlos-tevez-legal-battle-revealed

That… is complicated

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