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Would you like to see Carlos Tevez sign for Liverpool this summer?

Yes, whatever the cost
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Yes - for the right price
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: April 23, 2009, 10:20:39 AM »
http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/teams/m/man_utd/8013479.stm#

With Tevez loan finishing at the end of the season, can you see us putting in a bid for Tevez and would any of us want him at our club.
Me personally thinks he is a fantastic player who's talent is wasted at the scum, he never stops working and i could see him easily slotting into our team the link with Mashcer would make be interesting.

I also feel United wont put a bid in for him because they just paid over £30 mil for lazy boy Berbatov, and Tevez is on the bench alot of games.

Be good to here your thoughts on this onne.

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Reply #1 : April 23, 2009, 10:34:48 AM »
no doubt he has the quality,and would make us a even more potent attacking force,but it is all about the funds,dont think rafa will spend 30 million on one player.

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Reply #2 : April 23, 2009, 10:43:29 AM »
30million. No way, he hardly plays and is finishing at the end of the season.
Although would he be accepted?
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Re: Carlos Tevez (Man Utd)
Reply #3 : April 23, 2009, 10:43:39 AM »
no doubt he has the quality,and would make us a even more potent attacking force,but it is all about the funds,dont think rafa will spend 30 million on one player.

Why don't we loan him like the Manc sh*te did?

No - not worth £30 million.  Very hit and miss with United - and besides we've already fulfilled our ugly quota at Anfield.

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Re: Carlos Tevez (Man Utd)
Reply #4 : April 23, 2009, 10:56:43 AM »
Ide pay 20 mill for him, get 10 mill for babel, then he would only cost 10 mill

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Reply #5 : April 23, 2009, 11:19:24 AM »
I think we got the better player out of the 2 - Masch has been really good this year, he has matured this year and formed a great partnership with Xabi.

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Reply #6 : April 23, 2009, 02:06:10 PM »
I wouldnt mind getting Tevez here,30 mil is a bit steep though.Put in a 20 mil offer on him and work it from there.

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Re: Carlos Tevez (Man Utd)
Reply #7 : April 23, 2009, 02:20:58 PM »
Would love to see the ugly b***ard here, he is aclass player.

Unfortunetly this season he just hasnt played regularly enough and being able to gather any sort of momentum to his game. Him and Torres would be one deadly combination.

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Reply #8 : April 23, 2009, 02:26:13 PM »
Damn, i forgot to post a news article when i did this topic last night. No wonder it got deleted  :f_doh:

I'd like to see him in our shirt next season, he'd be a very good partner for Nando.

He's got bags of skill and is as strong as a bull so will be able to hold the ball up well. Plus, if Rafa is going to rotate a lot next season or if injuries strike like we all know they can then we're going to need a top line striker to cover.

This guy fits the bill but £30million? I think some serious wheeler-dealing is going to have to happen to pull it off.
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Reply #9 : April 23, 2009, 02:27:47 PM »
I'd be interested in him, though I have to admit as I don't watch Man Utd every week, I don't know what attacking positions he can play.

£30 million is a lot, is he able to cover several different positions? If he could be cover striker/second striker/wide right or left, then it would be a decent deal, because he would have a starting slot most weeks depending on the number of competitions we were playing and any injuries that might be hampering us.

Certainly can't fault his determination and attitude - he would fit well into our side in that respect alone.

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Reply #10 : April 23, 2009, 02:52:43 PM »
He does tend to play in alot of different positions, he would be good behind Torres if stevie wasn't available, very good as a back up to Torres could also see him play wide right or wide lef, basically he is very vesatile. Hopefully when his loan finishes we could get him for £20 - £25 mil. And at that price think its good business.
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Reply #11 : April 23, 2009, 02:54:14 PM »
No, don't want him. Not really good in a United shirt IMO. And 30 million, would just eat up our whole transfer budget isn't it? He has the quality, but I think he's gonna be a bit of a Robbie Keane when he comes here.

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Reply #12 : April 23, 2009, 03:17:06 PM »
He's down the pecking order at the scum but when he does get games he generally plays very well.

Wasn't he benched for ages after Berbatov arrived then scored 4 when he did finally get a game only to be benched again the week after?

He was consistently good too when he was playing week in, week out for West Ham.

All said and done though i wouldn't give £30 million or even £20 million for him.

Maybe £15 million plus Itandje :D
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Re: Carlos Tevez (Man Utd)
Reply #13 : April 23, 2009, 03:28:20 PM »
he's got more to offer than keane,good going forward and also prepared to defend,great movement also the kind of mentality trhat you need,would complement fernando,but as been stated my his manegement team the figure is way of the mark,not worth 30 million,more likely to fetch around the 25 mark.
torres/silva/tevez would look good in our squad.

wonder what would fergie think if we came in with a bid?
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Re: Carlos Tevez (Man Utd)
Reply #14 : April 23, 2009, 03:30:23 PM »
Wouldn't spend 30 million on him, would be hard pushed to spend 20 million him. But he is certainly a Benitez type of player - hard worker. He'll run from now until doomsday for the cause but I certainly wouldn't have him ahead of Nando or Stevie and doubt he'd get in a Rafa Benitez side ahead of Dirk Kuyt which is why I wouldn't spend 20 million on him to sit on the bench, we don't have that luxery at the moment. And as for left wing, well although I think Riera is a waste of time out there, I don't think Tevez is a left winger by any stretch.

I'd much prefer the money spent on a proper left winger, rather than a makeshift one.

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Reply #15 : April 23, 2009, 03:36:34 PM »
I'd much prefer the money spent on a proper left winger, rather than a makeshift one.



Riera a waste of time? Don't talk cack.

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Re: Carlos Tevez (Man Utd)
Reply #16 : April 23, 2009, 03:40:38 PM »
wonder what would fergie think if we came in with a bid?

He couldn't say f**k all since ManUre don't own him. Would be hilarious tho if we were to steal him and he was instrumental in helping us win back to back titles ;)
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Re: Carlos Tevez (Man Utd)
Reply #17 : April 23, 2009, 03:53:26 PM »
He's a great player even though never got the playing time needed. The Scums almost depending on that Berbalazyboy although in my opinion Tevez is better than him. 30 million is a serious money but if we could bid around 20 million that will be great. Don't know about cash+player because Tevez is not in contract with any club. I think his owner is a 3rd party management if i'm not mistaken. I think you can't swap players+cash right? It's only cash term.

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Reply #18 : April 23, 2009, 04:27:15 PM »
He is a player who will greatly increase our goal's tally without negatively affecting the team balance. He can play on both wings and alongside Torres as second striker and is physically strong. Specially against weaker teams which defend with 10 men, he can be great asset. Unlike Kuyt, Tevez has the ability to take on defenders as well.

Personally I would like either him or Silva to join us next season. But don't think that we are in a condition to spend 30 million on one player.  :(

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Reply #19 : April 23, 2009, 04:31:14 PM »
Though Tevez would bring us quality to win more trophies, I wouldn't pay 30 million for him. Maybe not even 25 million.

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Reply #20 : April 23, 2009, 04:40:00 PM »
Considering he always but always scores against us, i would still have him.

The mans a work horse and for that reason he doesnt seem to belong in a Manure shirt.  He would obviously click with Mash so that would also be good for us.

As much as i like Babel, i cant be listening to his constant whining about being on the bench alot of the time and Tevez could be the answer to that.

How the lazy f*cker Berbatov gets games ahead of him i will never know, maybe its Fergie keeping the board happy by playing 30mill every game?

Personally, Tevez would be good for us alongside Nando and infront of Stevie.

That would mean our attacking options would be Torres, Tevez, Kuyt, Yossi and N'gog which i think is pretty damn scarey to any team
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Re: Carlos Tevez (Man Utd)
Reply #21 : April 23, 2009, 04:49:35 PM »
Everybody is aware that 36million is the minimum fee for Tevez right? I don't know about you, but no thanks imo

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Reply #22 : April 23, 2009, 04:52:00 PM »
Everybody is aware that 36million is the minimum fee for Tevez right? I don't know about you, but no thanks imo

I think Fergie will be happy with a bottle of Johnny Walker Blue Label judging by how knackered he looks lately
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Re: Carlos Tevez (Man Utd)
Reply #23 : April 23, 2009, 04:54:04 PM »
IMO he is like Kuyt, a work horse that never stops running and although he is capable of scoring a lot of goals he doesn't so what would be the point in spending all that money for a player we already have?

Also i doubt he would want to join us anyway because if he isn't happy about not playing every week at United then he wont be happy not playing every week for us.


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Reply #24 : April 23, 2009, 05:21:11 PM »
Rafa would love the player because of his work rate, Tevez made a big mistake going to MU. I can't see him being bought by Ferguson for 30 mill so if Rafa makes it look like he's interested he'll lay out a big part of the fee he gets for Ronaldo.

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Reply #25 : April 23, 2009, 05:41:52 PM »
I think he is definately a Benitez type player and a wonderful asset to any team.  I would be definitely be interested if we can work round the fee.  Apparantley Utd have to pay 10m+ for the loan period and then it is around 22m for the player.  I think 22m would be alright and worth it.  Saying that since he has been dropped to the bench more often than not when Rooney has been fit it should have an effect on his valuation.  So if the players owner MSS or whatever they're called want to finally release a player that they had for so long then a deal can be reached if we're interested.  But if they're going to go round the long term loan method again then it will again be a substancial 30m+ which isn't really worth it.

I think Tevez would be a wonderful acquisition, but we have to make room for a good quality winger, which will require at least  12m.

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Reply #26 : April 23, 2009, 05:48:17 PM »
Everybody is aware that 36million is the minimum fee for Tevez right? I don't know about you, but no thanks imo

If there's no room for bargaining then that's pissed on my bonfire.

No chance in hell I'd want us to pay that much for him, talented or not.

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Reply #27 : April 23, 2009, 05:50:11 PM »
I think he would be a great asset to us pity he had 2 years with the Mancs

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Re: Carlos Tevez (Man Utd)
Reply #28 : April 23, 2009, 05:52:33 PM »
I think Fergie will be happy with a bottle of Johnny Walker Blue Label judging by how knackered he looks lately

To bad he isn't a United player then...  :-\

He is the property of Kia Durabshin (that guy who we bought Mash off) and not United. He has been on loan the whole time, costing United 8mill a season or something. But they can't officially sign him until they cough up 36mill up front

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Reply #29 : April 23, 2009, 07:38:18 PM »
No doubt would be a quality signing, Not too sure where he would play in the team though, on the left?