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Tevez Is A Whining Egoist Hypocrite

Tevez Is A Whining Egoist Hypocrite

Carlos Tevez continued throwing mud on our beloved club for no apparent reason. His disgusting hate campaign against Manchester United made most of us lose all the respect towards him but he's still deluded enough to believe we'll treat him as a hero.

"If I play for Manchester City I don`t think the United fans will feel I am a traitor," he told The People.

"They have to remember that at least as far as I know I have been thrown out of the club and I have to study the best offers available.'

Thrown out of the club??? How dare you utter such obvious lies, you filthy little traitor? As we all know, Carlos Tevez was offered a 5-year-contract on 110k-a-week which, for me, does not amount to 'being thrown out of the club'. But the man has no shame.

'Leaving came about because I could not stand my sporting situation at Manchester United any longer. My first year was good in all senses. I played in the games and felt respected by the coach but in my second year some strange things happened that I still do not understand.

'After the game at Old Trafford where Liverpool beat us, Ferguson ignored me almost as if I was to blame for the defeat when really Liverpool dominated us all over the pitch. After that the fans called for me to be in the team but he never took the advice on board because he always knows best.'

'I gave everything for Manchester United and people know that. For that reason I don`t deserve the way things have ended up."

You spoilt little brat, you played 51 games but your goalscoring record is a lot worse than Wayne Rooney's, Dimitar Berbatov's or indeed, Michael Owen's!! After the game against Liverpool United played 16 games, Tevez featured in 13, starting 6 of them. He started against Arsenal in the Champions League, he started the title decider against Arsenal, he started the crucial league fixture against City, he started and was total, absolute, utter crap against Aston Villa.

Should he have played more? No, because apart from the workrate of which he's so proud he gave almost nothing this year, a few goals (most notably at Wigan and against Citeh) aside. His lack of pace, his dreadful first touch, his bluntness in front of goal were all distinctly annoying yet he's still viewing himself as some world-class football god. I hope that as almost the entire Old Trafford backed him and supported him during his time at United, so will the entire stadium give him what he deserves when he returns with the bitters: a heartfelt, resounding booing and some proper chants. He's shown his true colours now: he's nothing more than a whining, egoist hypocrite, a spoilt brat.

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Date:Sunday July 5 2009
Time: 12:52PM


Bet u were singing "fergie fergie sign him up" though, weren't you? Smells o sour grapes to me. Channel your hatred toward Citeh not Tevez!
05/07/2009 13:06:00
Top class comedy here, I laughed out loud at this article. Keep 'em coming!
05/07/2009 15:30:00
Agree with Zbam above. This writer like some Man Utd fans, they are just hypocrite. Most of them asked the club to "sign him up", but the club ignore the plea and upset Tevez. Now Tev has gone and talked about his plight, some of them are not pleased. Hypocrite fans. If not because of Tev, you wouldn't even have had the chance to win the 2007/2009 Double Glory seeing that Tev so many crucial goals for you, and you dare to say he was crap in Moscow Final? HOW DARE YOU?! If not because of Tev help your team in the Tottenham 5-2 fightback in 2008/2009, Man Utd would surely have lost that game embarrassedly. The next game against Arsenal would have been affected by that and it could have been Arsenal were the one who went into the CL Final. If not because of Tev's last goal with a superb flick that turn the game around against Wigan, your team would have had to fight till the end with Liverpool for the title, and would have lost already. Now he was just telling the truth about his plight, but you slam him and completely forgot about his full-heart contribution to the club that betrayed him. You are hypocrite.
05/07/2009 16:07:00
Fergie sign him up was the chants I heard at Old Trafford sure did change your tune fast, he was trated like crap by Utd simple as that !!
Total Manchester
05/07/2009 16:14:00
hahaha.Another comedy classic from Zae.
05/07/2009 16:20:00
I strongly suggest some of you Man Utd fans be wise and not to boo him when he returns to Old Trafford. That will be a stupid move. If Tev hears that you ignorant fans booing him and choose to forget his heart-felt contribution to Man Utd, I am quite sure he will play "extremely well" to score and win against Man Utd. Ungrateful boos deserve all this. You deserve it.
05/07/2009 16:25:00
I wouldn't boo him, he put his heart and soul into his football while he was here, its a shame he's gone to city though I'd much rather he was still here but lets be honest he could of been offered a contract months ago I can understand his frustrations he watched Berbatov get plaudits off Fergie and we all know Berbatov has the work ethic of a heroin addict. At the end of the day Fergie didnt want him he only offered him a deal at the very end to save face with us the fans we don't know what happened internally at the club but as far as I'm concerned he was treated like *****. He scored some vital goals for us and leaves us with some good memories. Fergie should of signed him up long ago.
05/07/2009 17:50:00
I agree with Tevez that he was thrown out of the club. Despite many rival fans wanting to laugh at the fact that he allegedly turned us down - the only quotes I've seen from Kia Joorabchian say we did nothing to sign him for almost 2 years, made an offer and then withdrew the offer when they asked for time to consider it. I will never doubt the commitment of Tevez in a United shirt, but this season, for anyone that really watched his contribution in games, there was ample reason to doubt his talent. Lots of people will disagree with me, but if you were able to go back and watch some of his performances in full, you would see a player who isn't that quick, has a really inconsistent first touch, gives the ball away more often than is acceptable and most importantly, is EXTREMELY wasteful in front of goal. Michael Owen will never show the desire to win in the dying minutes of a game that Tevez did, but if he gets himself into the scoring positions that Tevez did, he'd never have to, because we should already be 1 or 2 goals up. I was never one of those who thought we should 'sign him up' because I always thought the fee was extortionate. But I always hoped that he would show the kind of talent and improvement which would justify the fee. Unfortunately, that never materialised in our shirt and for a 25-year old that claims that he will be going back to play for Boca at 28-years old - I just can't see how Fergie could justify spending that kind of money. I can understand Tevez feeling hurt and betrayed - which is why he says these things (which the facts show to be at a minimum - exaggerated, or at wors t -lies) but he has to get over it and move on.
05/07/2009 18:40:00
All i will say is that Tevez was a great super sub, the amount of chances he missed in front of goal inside the penalty area in the time that we had him was astounding. As for the chanting Fergie sign him up chants I was not one of them. The guy is Kia Joorabchins little whore and all this talk about love, loyalty respect is exactly the same tripe he uttered when he left West Ham. Tevez is a good player but not a great player not one worth £26 million!
05/07/2009 21:13:00
I don't know whats his problem now.I don't think any of us would have serious problems even if he joined r rivals but his constant attacks at fergie are seriously annoying.
06/07/2009 06:53:00
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