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Tevez Talks Are Still Going On

One of the papers ran a story about Carlos Tevez, claiming that the Argentinian has signed up for an advert made for United which probably means he's gonna stay as why would he take part in commercial activities if he's set to leave in a few months' time? I don't know if their conclusion is correct but Sir Alex insists that talks are ongoing with the Argentina forward.

'It`s not as if we`re short on negotiations - there have been negotiations. We all know that sometimes that can take a long time, and this one is just going along.'

'David has been talking to his agent and it`s best left to David, he`s good at that. I`m used to this over the years, well used to it. You just have to be patient.'


According to some sections of the media, patient is what Tevez is not. We are led to believe that Carlos does not get enough opportunities and is therefore discontent - it's possible that he's frustrated but as for not getting enough games... stats show that with 21 appearances to his name so far he took part in more matches than anyone in the squad bar Evra (21) and Vidic (22).

True, only 12 of these were starts and he started just six league games, as opposed to Berbatov's and Rooney's 12. Still, his high appearance count shows that Sir Alex is still counting on him and Tevez would be foolish not to realise it.




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The Journalist

Writer: Zae Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday December 10 2008

Time: 9:20AM

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Is he worth the sort of money they are talking about? He looks ok but no more every time I see him play? What do you Utd fans think?
The Fear
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10/12/2008 10:18:00

i think he's worth the money because ok he doesn't score enough goals but he works his socks off
matth01
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10/12/2008 10:39:00

I hope we keep him, hate to see him leave
UnitedRed
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10/12/2008 12:51:00

the amount of money they are talking about is disgusting ffs theres supposed to be a credit crunch man utd are heavily in debt & these players are bleeding you dry wise up
dannybhoy46
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10/12/2008 13:05:00

hope he stays , he works hard and runs his socks off .
Kimbo
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10/12/2008 22:45:00

34 million! Should'nt you boys be looking to settle that 600 million debt?
JT_daniel
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11/12/2008 14:49:00

 

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