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

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      Carlos Tevez (Manchester City)

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      Re: Carlos Tevez (Manchester City)
      Reply #870: Oct 13, 2011 11:38:54 pm
      More than 80% would have taken Tevez when he was up for grabs after his United loan expired.

      Looks like we've dodged a bullet here. ;)

      Probably did in more ways than one had we signed and still been in the top 4 Hansel & Grettle would probably still be raping our bird.
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      Re: Carlos Tevez (Manchester City)
      Reply #871: Oct 14, 2011 12:27:30 am
      More than 80% would have taken Tevez when he was up for grabs after his United loan expired.

      Looks like we've dodged a bullet here. ;)

      Personally, I would still take him, if he wasn't on such ridiculous wages ...
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      Re: Carlos Tevez (Manchester City)
      Reply #872: Oct 14, 2011 04:00:16 pm
      More than 80% would have taken Tevez when he was up for grabs after his United loan expired.

      Looks like we've dodged a bullet here. ;)

      Think he did more good than harm to Manchester City.
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      Re: Carlos Tevez (Manchester City)
      Reply #873: Oct 25, 2011 09:36:42 pm
      http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/football/teams/manchester-city/8849244/Manchester-City-fine-Carlos-Tevez-four-weeks-wages-over-his-Champions-League-stand-off-in-Munich.html

      Manchester City fine Carlos Tevez four weeks' wages
      Manchester City have fined Carlos Tevez four weeks' wages after finding him guilty of misconduct, the club announced on Tuesday night.

      The player has also been warned as to his future conduct following an investigation into his behaviour on the bench during last month's Champions League defeat at Bayern Munich.

      The 27 year-old, who attended a disciplinary hearing last Friday, was also suspended for two weeks but that punishment is deemed to have already been served.

      Tevez was suspended for two weeks while City conducted their investigation into claims by manager Roberto Mancini that he refused to come on as substitute during the game at the Allianz Arena on September 27.

      Tevez denied those allegations and blamed a misunderstanding, saying he had merely refused to warm up, something he deemed unnecessary as he had already done so.

      The club, however, in a statement posted on their website, have found the Argentinian guilty of five breaches of contract.

      Tevez has 14 days to decide whether to appeal to the City board of directors.

      Statement from the club
      Manchester City Football Club can confirm that a disciplinary hearing has been concluded in relation to a charge of misconduct by Carlos Tevez.

      The charge relates to events during the Champions League match against Bayern Munich on Sept 27 2011.

      Following a detailed investigation and associated hearing, a disciplinary panel has upheld the charge of misconduct. Five separate breaches of contract formed the basis of the decision by the panel.

      As a result Tevez has been fined four weeks’ wages and has been suspended for a period of two weeks (deemed to have already been served). He has received a written warning as to his future conduct.

      Carlos Tevez has been informed in writing of the decision of the disciplinary panel, and the Club has written to the Professional Footballers Association for ratification of the fine. The five contractual obligations found by the disciplinary panel to have been breached are:

      1. An obligation to participate in any matches in which the player is selected to play for the club when directed by a Club official.

      2. An obligation to undertake such other duties and to participate in such other activities as are consistent with the performance of the player’s duties and as are reasonably required of him.

      3. An obligation to comply with and act in accordance with all lawful instructions of any authorised official of the Club.

      4. An obligation to observe the statutes and regulations of FIFA and UEFA, the FA Rules, the League Rules, the Code of Practice and the Club rules, including but not limited to breach of Rule E3(1) of the FA Rules (obligation on the player all times to act in the best interests of the game and not act in any manner which is improper or which brings the game into disrepute).

      5. An obligation not to knowingly or recklessly do anything or omit to do anything which is likely to bring the Club or the game of football into disrepute or cause the player or the Club to be in breach of the Rules (as defined in the contract) or cause damage to the Club.

      Carlos Tevez has the right to appeal this decision to the Board of the Club. Any appeal must be made within 14 days.
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      Re: Carlos Tevez (Manchester City)
      Reply #874: Oct 25, 2011 10:54:07 pm
      Manchester City forward Carlos Tevez may sue Roberto Mancini
      Carlos Tevez may sue Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini for defamation of character, BBC Sport understands.

      City fined Tevez four weeks wages - about £1m - for what they believe were five separate breaches of contract.

      Tevez's camp believe Mancini's claim that the forward refused to play in the Champions League match against Bayern Munich could amount to defamation.

      Tevez was charged by City for refusing to resume warming up with a view to playing, BBC Sport understands.

      http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/15455362.stm

      You couldn't make this up!
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      Re: Carlos Tevez (Manchester City)
      Reply #875: Oct 25, 2011 11:27:24 pm
      What a poisonous creature.
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      Re: Carlos Tevez (Manchester City)
      Reply #876: Oct 26, 2011 08:22:52 am
      But all he wants is to see his family. Poor guy.

      Like f**k you sh*t stain. $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$.
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      Re: Carlos Tevez (Manchester City)
      Reply #877: Oct 28, 2011 11:38:14 am
      Manchester City furious as PFA force them to halve Tevez penalty

      Last updated at 10:52 PM on 27th October 2011

      Manchester City have confirmed Carlos Tevez will be fined only two weeks' wages for misconduct following a ruling from the Professional Footballers' Association.

      City intended to fine the Argentinian four weeks' wages after ruling he was guilty of refusing to play against Bayern Munich last month.

      However, the PFA have refused to sanction a fine above the maximum two weeks' wages the club are permitted to impose without without the permission of the union.

      http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-2054429/Carlos-Tevez-fine-reduced-Manchester-City.html

      Gordon Taylor is a tw*t !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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      Re: Carlos Tevez (Manchester City)
      Reply #878: Oct 30, 2011 08:45:53 pm

      Napoli want Tevez to join from Manchester City in swap deal

      Last updated at 2:33 PM on 30th October 2011

      Napoli are weighing up a move for Carlos Tevez after being told by Manchester City they have no chance of signing Mario Balotelli.

      The Italian club are hopeful they might be able to land Tevez, with City boss Roberto Mancini believed to be interested in three Napoli players.

      Mancini is eyeing a move for striker Ezequiel Lavezzi, and he is also keen on forward Edinson Cavani and playmaker Marek Hamsik.

      And Napoli will be anxious to seal a swap, with Tevez heading to Naples, according to The People.

      It could mean Tevez following in the footsteps of his hero Diego Maradona, who remains a legend at Napoli.

      If Napoli do make a move, they will face strong domestic competition from Italian giants AC Milan and Juventus.

      And Sportsmail have reported that his former club, Corinthians, are also ready to make a bid for the unsettled Tevez in January.

      City boss Roberto Mancini has said Tevez won't play for him again, following the player's alleged refusal to come on as substitute during last month's Champions League clash with Bayern Munich.

      http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-2055268/Carlos-Tevez-wanted-Napoli-swap-deal.html
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      Re: Carlos Tevez (Manchester City)
      Reply #879: Nov 02, 2011 12:48:25 am

      Tevez 'wants to stay in the Premier League'

      Published 22:31 31/10/11
      By David McDonnell

      Carlos Tevez wants to move to another Premier League club having been exiled by Manchester City.

      Tevez, out of favour with City boss Roberto Mancini following the notorious bench episode against Bayern Munich, is keen to stay in England.

      The striker’s City career looks over after Mancini said he was “finished” at the club and Tevez’s advisor, Kia Joorabchian, said the 27-year-old would welcome a move elsewhere in the Premier League.

      “His family are now living in England, so he’s quite happy and settled,” said Joorabchian.

      “He had some problems about being away from them before, but they are with him now and everything is fine. He’d be happy to move to another Premier League club.”

      Tevez was initially charged with refusing to come off the bench under orders from Mancini in a Champions League tie in Munich on September 27.

      City were forced to downgrade that charge to one of refusing to carry out duties as a first-team player and duly found Tevez guilty of five separate breaches of his contract.

      Although City fined Tevez four weeks’ wages - around £1million - they were forced to halve that penalty on orders from the Professional Footballers’ Association, which sets the rulings for such practices.

      “This week, the Professional Footballers’ Association rejected the claim that he had refused to come on as a substitute,” said Joorabchian.

      “That has changed everything and clarified what actually happened.

      “Carlos was desperate to play. He loves to play the game and always wants to play. Having to sit on the sidelines is very tough for him.

      “It’s not easy for him at the moment, but, in the January transfer window, City will want to get him out either on a permanent basis or on loan.

      “We’ll have to wait and see what happens.”

      Joorabchian did confirm there was no way Tevez would return to former club West Ham, after their boss Sam Allardyce had expressed interest in taking him on loan.

      “He loves West Ham... but that’s not going to happen,” said Joorabchian.

      http://www.mirrorfootball.co.uk/transfer-news/Manchester-City-transfer-gossip-Carlos-Tevez-wants-move-to-another-Premier-League-club-says-advisor-Kia-Joorabchian-article825204.html
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      Re: Carlos Tevez (Manchester City)
      Reply #880: Nov 02, 2011 07:57:32 am
      Definitely do not want him at Anfield,he would cause too much disruption in the club and he would cause problems with the wage structure.Leave well alone.
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      Re: Carlos Tevez (Manchester City)
      Reply #881: Nov 02, 2011 04:44:40 pm
      No ta he can f**k right off the knobhead,tw*ts like this want booting out of football altogether.
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      Re: Carlos Tevez (Manchester City)
      Reply #882: Nov 14, 2011 01:19:56 pm
      So Tevez wants to stay in the PL, bullshit, next week he'll want to move closer to his family again, then the week after will go AWOL, oh hold on hasn't he Just done that, should be banned for his actions, just a spoilt little runt, any club taking him on must be mad, seems to think the world revolves around him, a disruptive Influence to be steered well clear of.
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      Reply #883: Nov 15, 2011 09:19:02 am
      Any chance of resetting the poll to 'see him sign January'? It'd be interesting to see what the result would be now, I think I know but the extended use of a dead poll's a good thing ain't it?

      ;)
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      Re: Carlos Tevez (Manchester City)
      Reply #884: Nov 15, 2011 10:27:46 am
      Anyone still want him?

      Missed training yet again.
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      Re: Carlos Tevez (Manchester City)
      Reply #885: Nov 15, 2011 10:30:55 am
      Anyone still want him?

      Missed training yet again.
      I'm sure there are some saps out there who would want him. Hello Harry !
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      Re: Carlos Tevez (Manchester City)
      Reply #886: Nov 15, 2011 11:51:12 am
      Hope this c*nt never plays top flight football again. He's shat on his team mates, his club and their supporters. The guy is an absolute disgrace to professional football.
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      Reply #887: Nov 15, 2011 11:53:22 am
      Quote from LFCexiled
      Any chance of resetting the poll to 'see him sign January'? It'd be interesting to see what the result would be now, I think I know but the extended use of a dead poll's a good thing ain't it?

      Yeah, maybe now the poll won't look so phallic.

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      Re: Carlos Tevez (Manchester City)
      Reply #888: Nov 15, 2011 06:13:02 pm
      Any chance of resetting the poll to 'see him sign January'? It'd be interesting to see what the result would be now, I think I know but the extended use of a dead poll's a good thing ain't it?

      ;)

      Why waste our time voting on a player who has no respect for anything other than his bank balance?
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      Re: Carlos Tevez (Manchester City)
      Reply #889: Nov 15, 2011 09:51:56 pm
      Apparentley the poor little lamb is in no fit state to return to manchester,or play football and is depressed.tw*t.
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      Reply #890: Nov 15, 2011 10:32:13 pm
      Anyone think he's already engineered a move away in January, lets be honest its not the best way to attract a club to you, has got me thninking he already has a club lined up.
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      Reply #891: Nov 15, 2011 11:47:09 pm
      Anyone think he's already engineered a move away in January, lets be honest its not the best way to attract a club to you, has got me thninking he already has a club lined up.

      Yeah thinking that too, I think even he's smart enough to understand that his behaviour at the moment will just be putting clubs off left right and centre.
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      Re: Carlos Tevez (Manchester City)
      Reply #892: Nov 24, 2011 07:08:28 pm

      AC Milan in talks to sign Manchester City's Carlos Tevez

      Thursday, 24 November 2011
      By David Ornstein

      AC Milan have opened talks with Carlos Tevez's advisors about a January move for the Manchester City striker, BBC Sport understands.

      Inter and Juventus are also interested but Tevez's advisor Kia Joorabchian met AC officials in Milan on Thursday.

      City are only prepared to let the 27-year-old leave on a permanent deal.

      Tevez has been expected to leave City since he was found guilty of committing five breaches of contract in a Champions League game in September.

      The striker has scored 44 goals in 63 league starts for Manchester City and has another nine goals in cup competitions.

      AC Milan are in the market for a striker as a replacement for Antonio Cassano, who is out for the season after undergoing a heart operation.

      It is understood City will not sell Tevez unless the price suits them.

      But they are keen to offload the striker, with manager Roberto Mancini last week reiterating his view that striker Tevez is unlikely to play for the club again.

      The Argentine failed to report for training this month, with the club telling their lawyers to take action.

      Asked if he could play for the Blues again, Mancini said: "I don't think so. I know he is in Argentina. I don't know what he is doing."

      Tevez was photographed returning to Argentina when the club expected him to report for training in Manchester during the international break.

      It was the latest twist in an ongoing saga between Tevez and the club.

      The player asked for a move away from the Premier League last December, stating he wanted to be closer to his family.

      Then, in September, Mancini alleged that Tevez refused to come off the substitutes' bench in a Champions League fixture against Bayern Munich, while the striker maintained there had been a misunderstanding.

      An internal club investigation concluded that Tevez was guilty of five breaches of his contract and the player was fined two weeks' wages.

      http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport2/hi/football/15882464.stm
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      Reply #893: Jan 28, 2012 11:46:47 pm
      Daniel Taylor must have been pissed off with today's result and this is all he could come up with.

      Manchester City reject Liverpool's Andy Carroll for Carlos Tevez offer

      • Liverpool offered City a straight swap of the strikers
      • Tevez likely to return to Manchester City next week

      Liverpool have made a remarkable bid to swap Andy Carroll with Carlos Tevez and move on their club-record £35m signing not even a year after signing him from Newcastle United.

      The Anfield club contacted City on Thursday to ask how much they want for Tevez and whether they would be willing to contemplate a straight exchange with Carroll. Brian Marwood, the City football administrator, rebuffed the idea immediately, even though Carroll is a player Roberto Mancini has admitted admiring when he was at Newcastle.

      The move demonstrates how Liverpool are now openly looking at offloading Carroll despite the insistence behind the scenes at Anfield that he can still play a prominent part and Kenny Dalglish's praise for the player after the 2-1 FA Cup defeat of Manchester United.

      Carroll has scored only six goals in 35 appearances since becoming the eighth most expensive footballer in history and has not even been able to establish himself as a regular starter this season.

      His problems adapting on Merseyside have also left Liverpool willing to take a £10m hit on the player, with Tevez valued at £25m, though that revelation is hardly surprising considering his difficulties at Anfield, added to the sense that he has not always been fully focused.

      Fabio Capello, the England manager, has already expressed misgivings about the lifestyle of a player who has managed only two league goals this season in 20 appearances.

      Those remarks went down badly at Anfield, with Dalglish defending Carroll, but the questions will probably not go away until he becomes a regular scorer. Carroll's longest run of starts this season is three games and Marwood's decision was made on the basis that he could no longer improve their team even though Mancini has a shortage of front players at a time when Tevez's strike is in its 11th week and Mario Balotelli is now serving a four-match suspension.

      Tevez is planning to return to Manchester next week now it has become apparent that Milan are not able to meet City's asking price and, unless anything changes before Tuesday's transfer deadline, his adviser, Kia Joorabchian, says the Argentinian wants to re-establish himself in the team.

      Whether that is possible remains to be seen, with Mancini not prepared to entertain the idea unless there is an apology from Tevez for walking out on the club and the string of other offences that have already led to him being found guilty of gross misconduct and losing almost £10m in wages, fines and lost bonuses since the start of the season.

      Tevez is still a formidable striker and finished as the league's joint-top scorer last season, but he will be returning to England with a severely damaged reputation and Liverpool's attempt to take him along the M62 will surprise many people given his propensity for causing dressing-room problems and an apparent dislike of living in England.

      There is also the fact that, approaching his 28th birthday, he would not have fitted into Liverpool's usual policy of buying players at a young age who will keep a resale value over the course of their contract. Liverpool, however, were willing to make an exception and City would have been glad to arrange a deal after unsuccessful talks not just with Milan but also Juventus, Internazionale and Paris St-Germain. They remain open to offers for the Argentinian but will not change their mind about Carroll.



      http://www.guardian.co.uk/football/2012/jan/28/liverpool-andy-carroll-carlos-tevez
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      Reply #894: Jan 29, 2012 01:06:23 am
      Daniel Taylor is a f**king fanny of the highest order.
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      Re: Carlos Tevez (Manchester City)
      Reply #895: Jan 29, 2012 01:48:30 am
      He is weeks away from fitness,Good Players if he stopped throwing his toys out of the pram!!

      What a bout his wages,there is no way we could afford his wages.
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      Re: Carlos Tevez (Manchester City)
      Reply #896: Jan 29, 2012 08:14:07 am
       I would not like to see Tevez at Anfield as I believe he would upset the applecart and be a disruption.He has made that much money out of football he knows he can walk out on any club whenever things do not go the way he wants.His last 12 months at City he has stated time and time again he does not want to be in England and wants to go home to Argentina.He would be too big a risk and his wages would probably be exhorbitant.
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      Re: Carlos Tevez (Manchester City)
      Reply #897: Feb 14, 2012 08:08:45 pm
      Tevez: "I was treated like a dog."

      Not even Harry Redknapp's dog earns £200,000 a week!!
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      Reply #899: Feb 22, 2012 09:29:48 pm
      Can't believe he's back at city. Completely undermines Mancini's authority.

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