Just how low is Carlos Tevez’ IQ?

September 22, 2009 Tags: Shorts 13 comments

Carlos Tevez has expressed his surprise at the reaction he received from United supporters at this weekend’s Manchester derby. The Argentinian was roundly jeered by United fans unhappy at the striker’s switch from Old Trafford to Manchester City this summer.

Tevez moved to City in a deal worth between £25.5 million and £47 million depending on various reports, but the striker then accused manager Sir Alex Ferguson of disrespecting him and denied that United had made him a contract offer, in direct contradiction of earlier statements.

“I must admit I did believe I would get a different reception from the United supporters,” Tevez told the Daily Mail.

“Initially everything was positive and I was greeted by my former team-mates and United staff without any problems at all.

“But as soon as I entered the field the atmosphere was very different. It was hard to take because previously I was always wanted by those people.”

It’s a claim of quite staggering stupidity from the former Boca Juniors and West Ham player, who had said prior to the game that he expected a good reception from the United supporters. United fans welcomed Tevez to Manchester, with a banner outlining the club’s major trophies. City hasn’t won a competition since they beat Newcastle United to win the 1976 League Cup.


Jon - September 22, 2009 Reply

He’s a footballer. None of them are Nobel prize winners.

blustez - September 22, 2009 Reply

“City hasn’t won a competition since they beat Newcastle United to win the 1976 League Cup”

What about the championshio 2001 to 2002 season?

Ed - September 22, 2009 Reply

Shit dude, you’re right. You must be so proud.

OneRedWeevil - September 23, 2009 Reply


PossePossebon - September 23, 2009 Reply

Ha. Goodness. Good one, blustez, I do hope you guys go back down to give you another chance to win it again.

bruce thomas - September 22, 2009 Reply

How low is Tevez’s IQ?

Put it this way — you’d still find room for it underneath a limbo-dancing rattlesnake.

cloud - September 22, 2009 Reply

And long may City remain trophyless. I just hope they miss out on 4th spot and fail in all the cup competitions. It’ll give Mr. Tevez a summer to reflect on his foolish decision to leave us for them.

OLAITAN - September 23, 2009 Reply

I think tevez made is own choice,which was wrong bcos he left united purposely bcos of money,not bcos of trophies.

Tone - September 23, 2009 Reply

The really annoying thing is all the people who tell us we shouldn’t have boo’d him. Now, I didn’t actually boo, as I never do, to anyone, but I understand those who did. United fans are famed for greeting former players with respect, unlike most other fans, but there is a limit. Who are old ref’s and god knows who else to tell us we should respect this gimp?!

Colin - September 23, 2009 Reply

I can’t even remember who he is. Is he president of Venezuela? Oh no, that was Chavez. Was he a boxer? He frightens my five year old. Mind you, so does Richard Dunne, Craig Bellamy, Joe Corrigan and Tony Book. City have always had a tradition of good looking chaps. Remember George Heslop? What was happening with the hair George? Sorry, I’m drinking beer at work and going off on tagents – back to Tevez. He’s a money grabbing little shitehound who compensates for a lack of natural talent with an exaggerated work ethic. he’s the Brendan Foster of football.

Brian G - September 23, 2009 Reply

If he hadn’t told such bareface lies AND deserted the O.T fans who inspired him he might not have been booed, BUT going to Citeh was onr BIG mistake Tevez, just shows you’ve not got the freakin brains you were born with. What an absolute brainless idiot!

Salford Bred Red

Uggs - September 24, 2009 Reply

I think it shows how stupid he is after mentioning before he left that unlike Heinze he would never try and sign for a main rival…. Erm ok City are not a main rival in trophy stakes but they are our hated neighbours duh!
Along with his other rediculous comments during the summer, maybe had he kept his big mouth shut the response would have been as he had expected…..
Nevermind we have moved on and live without him still winning. Long Live UNITED

Wet Vein - February 19, 2010 Reply

Two words… skin graft.

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