Winging liar Carlos Tevez has accused Manchester United of showing him no respect, in an interview with Loaded magazine.
The striker, who signed for big spending Manchester City in a £25.5 million deal this summer, made the claims in the September issue of the top shelf men’s magazine.
“I think I deserved more respect than what was shown,” said Tevez. “It was very strange. In the first year everything went
very well – I was part of the team and felt like I was important to the coach and the club. But in the second, there was a big change. There was no communication with the manager and I began to feel as if I was not wanted. Every footballer will say that if they do not feel wanted, then it is the beginning of the end.”
Strange then that Tevez, who earns £150,000 per week at City, said of manager Sir Alex Ferguson that he “treated me with respect from the moment I arrived,” as recently as April this year.
Sir Alex Ferguson has backed new signing Michael Owen to beat the five Premier League goals that Tevez scored last season, as well as saying that the Argentine isn’t worth the money City spent on him.
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