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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 #851: Oct 04, 2011 12:29:48 pm
      Just bought the new carlos tevez dvd and the b***ard wont play haha
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      Re: Carlos Tevez (Manchester City)
      Reply #852: Oct 04, 2011 12:30:33 pm
      You need a Region 4 DVD player ;)
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      Re: Carlos Tevez (Manchester City)
      Reply #853: Oct 04, 2011 12:31:19 pm

       :lmao:
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      Re: Carlos Tevez (Manchester City)
      Reply #854: Oct 05, 2011 07:47:35 pm
      "Carlos does speak English but his English his not good enough to host a full-blown interview"  Kia Joorabchian

      TEVEZ IN ENGLAND

          Jul 2009 - present Man City: 91 appearances, 53 goals
          Aug 2007 - Jul 2009 Man Utd: 97 appearances, 34 goals
          Aug 2006 - Aug 2007 West Ham: 29 appearances, 7 goals

      5 years he has been in this country!  :dunce2:

      http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/15187855.stm

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      Re: Carlos Tevez (Manchester City)
      Reply #855: Oct 10, 2011 12:36:53 am

      Real Madrid to offer Tevez an escape from City nightmare

      Published 22:30 09/10/11
      By David McDonnell

      Real Madrid are ready to offer Carlos Tevez an escape from his Manchester City nightmare.

      The Spanish club are understood to want Tevez, whose City career is effectively over following his alleged refusal to play against Bayern Munich in the Champions League last month.

      City will this week announce what action they intend to take against him following an internal investigation into the striker’s Munich mutiny.

      Tevez, whose two-week suspension ends on Thursday and who is back home in Buenos Aires, is wanted by Real boss Jose Mourinho. But a potential January deal could be ­scuppered by the size of the fee and the former City skipper’s wage demands.

      City want at least £35million for Tevez, but the striker will have to overcome the stumbling block of Real being unwilling to meet his wage demands of £250,000-a-week.

      Cristiano Ronaldo is Real’s top earner on £200,000-a-week.

      http://www.mirrorfootball.co.uk/transfer-news/Manchester-City-striker-Carlos-Tevez-to-be-offered-Real-Madrid-escape-in-January-article809966.html
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      Re: Carlos Tevez (Manchester City)
      Reply #856: Oct 10, 2011 12:43:35 am
      If Tevez refused a move to Real Madrid purely because they wouldn't pay him that money, it shows how much of a c**t he is - though we know that.

      His talent is easily worth 35m for Madrid being they have the money - his attitude should knock that price down though, in a fair world. It will all depend how much City's owners will value getting premium for him, or just understanding they need to cut him loose ASAP.
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      Re: Carlos Tevez (Manchester City)
      Reply #857: Oct 10, 2011 12:48:48 am

      The worst part is, it would probably be a part-exchange deal, with Higuain or Benzema going the other way ...
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      Re: Carlos Tevez (Manchester City)
      Reply #858: Oct 10, 2011 03:42:45 am

      Carlos Tevez asking price 'cut to £10m as Man City look to January to offload'

      With Carlos Tevez seemingly on his way out of Manchester City, the club have started to take steps towards securing the best possible deal for their controversial forward by significantly dropping their asking price.


      City's hierarchy value the Argentine hitman at £40million but fear no club will meet such a price tag - therefore they are said to be prepared to except as little as a quarter of this fee, and try to make up the difference in add-ons.


      Tevez's refusal to come on as a substitute during City's Champions League loss to Bayern Munich last month has done him no favours in the eyes of potential suitors - who are already thin on the ground after Corinthians ruled out any future move this week.


      So, club bosses are set to demand a 20 per cent sell-on clause as one way to sweeten any move.

      As part of any deal, depending on the buying club, City could also request first-refusal clauses for any number of up-and-coming stars across Europe.


      It is thought that they are prepared to slash the asking price for the player in order to get him off their books, but will use other methods to get market value for Tevez.The Argentinean has scored 53 goals during his two years at the Etihad Stadium, but his refusal to take to the field in Munich has upset the club and its fans.

      Manager Roberto Mancini, speaking after the match, said the former Manchester United and West Ham striker would never play for the side again.

      He was then suspended for the maximum period of two weeks while an investigation is carried out.
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      http://www.metro.co.uk/sport/football/877964-carlos-tevez-asking-price-cut-to-10m-as-man-city-look-to-january-to-offload

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      Re: Carlos Tevez (Manchester City)
      Reply #859: Oct 10, 2011 09:38:33 am
      I wish they'd just give him to Boca or whatever, sick of hearing about him now. Overpaid miserable lord of the rings looking c**t, just f**k off.


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      Re: Carlos Tevez (Manchester City)
      Reply #860: Oct 10, 2011 11:28:44 am
      Tevez is a CLASS A c**t and the way he is acting, their should be a FIFA law whereby he is fined heavily and not paid his wages until he acts as a professional.

      I'm pretty sure in any other profession if your head is not in the right place to work you are told to find another f**king job and fired. He should at least be fined!!
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      Re: Carlos Tevez (Manchester City)
      Reply #861: Oct 10, 2011 11:30:35 am
      Tevez is a CLASS A c**t and the way he is acting, their should be a FIFA law whereby he is fined heavily and not paid his wages until he acts as a professional.

      I'm pretty sure in any other profession if your head is not in the right place to work you are told to find another f**king job and fired. He should at least be fined!!

      The problem for City is that firing him would hit them two fold.

      1) Tevez would probably sue them for wage contractual agreements.

      2) They would lose out on a transfer fee.
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      Re: Carlos Tevez (Manchester City)
      Reply #862: Oct 12, 2011 07:16:10 pm

      Carlos Tevez: Club statement

      Wed 12 Oct 2011
      by Chris Bailey

      The Club has been conducting an investigation into the events of 27 September at the Allianz Arena. The Club has now reached a stage in its investigation where it has concluded that there is a case for Carlos Tevez to answer of alleged breaches of contract.
      Accordingly, the Club has informed him that he will face disciplinary proceedings and the hearing will be convened shortly.
      Carlos will be required to report to Roberto Mancini for training on Thursday.

      http://www.mcfc.co.uk/News/Club-news/2011/October/Carlos-Tevez-update-12-October
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      Re: Carlos Tevez (Manchester City)
      Reply #863: Oct 13, 2011 01:30:29 pm
      Really wish citys owners took a stance and said" f**k him £250,000 is f**k all to us LET HIM ROT"then stick the f**ker in reserves and if he doesnt show donate his wages to charity or whatever,its about time someone stood up to these parasites and there cancerous agents.
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      Re: Carlos Tevez (Manchester City)
      Reply #864: Oct 13, 2011 04:35:28 pm
      He is such an ugly bugger, they should tw*t him back to Argentina IMO.
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      Re: Carlos Tevez (Manchester City)
      Reply #865: Oct 13, 2011 06:27:23 pm

      Carlos Tevez trains alone upon Manchester City return

      Thursday, 13 October 2011

      Carlos Tevez has returned to Manchester City after serving his two-week suspension - and trained alone.

      The striker arrived at the Carrington complex at 1210 BST on Thursday and was put through his paces by a club physio.

      On Wednesday evening, City announced Tevez, 27, would be facing disciplinary proceedings over allegations he refused to play in last month's Champions League defeat at Bayern Munich.

      The club said he had a case to answer over an alleged breach of contract.

      Tevez had not been expected to train with City's first-team squad and instead underwent a fitness session and assessment.

      It is unclear whether the Argentina striker will be kept away from his team-mates for the entire duration of the formal disciplinary process.

      City suspended Tevez for two weeks on full pay after the Bayern game while they gathered evidence.

      After the match, City boss Roberto Mancini said: "Tevez refused to play."

      But, in a statement released the following day, Tevez said the dispute was a "misunderstanding". It is believed that the Argentina international stands by that view and categorically refutes the accusation he refused to play.

      It is understood the formal disciplinary proceedings will take the form of a hearing to be staged during the next fortnight.

      A senior City figure who has not been part of the initial investigation will chair this hearing.

      Tevez can request that club captain Vincent Kompany or a member of the Professional Footballers' Association to be present.

      If the ruling goes against him, he could then appeal - with that hearing likely to involve a representative of the Abu Dhabi-based owners.

      If he is again unsuccessful, Tevez would be able take his case to the Premier League, meaning the dispute may not be settled until mid-December.

      Sam Allardyce believes Tevez's best chance of playing again before the January transfer window is in the Championship with West Ham.

      City have already rejected such a move but the Hammers' boss said: "When the decision is finally made regarding what's happening with Carlos then perhaps the co-chairman David Sullivan might want to pursue it.

      "What might be in our favour is an emergency loan down into the championship, if he wants to play football.

      "The Championship is the only option for him to play football from now until January and we'll see what happens after that."

      http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport2/hi/football/15291119.stm
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      Re: Carlos Tevez (Manchester City)
      Reply #866: Oct 13, 2011 06:37:45 pm
      no.
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      Re: Carlos Tevez (Manchester City)
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      Re: Carlos Tevez (Manchester City)
      Reply #868: Oct 13, 2011 08:25:13 pm
      Dont know who the biggest tw*t is....him or that clown of an agent he's got.

      Horrible little fuckers them both!
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      Re: Carlos Tevez (Manchester City)
      Reply #869: Oct 13, 2011 11:25:02 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. ;)
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      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

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