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Tevez Is The Most Hard-Working And Loyal Whinger

Tevez Is The Most Hard-Working And Loyal Whinger

Oh guess what? Carlos Tevez is back on air, with his lame 'I was so mistreated at United' show raining on us once more. This time he started broadcasting after the draw for the Carling Cup semi-final had pitted us against his new club Citeh.

'Obviously I was disappointed by the reaction of the United fans when I went back in September because I don`t think I deserved to be treated that way.

"When I was there I was a hard-working and loyal player who gave my all. But that`s football. Sometimes these things happen.'

Yeah. You're a victim, Carlitos, as always. You surely did not deserve to be booed after you spent the summer slagging of the greatest ever manager of the club you claimed to had grown to love and spouting lies about lack of opportunities when actually you played in 51 games last season...

Get over it. Yeah, you're the most loyal and hard-working whinger ever. Happy?

Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Date:Friday December 4 2009
Time: 11:09PM


FERGIE FERGIE SIGN HIM UP! And Tevez would probably still be a manure player if your club had any money.
05/12/2009 00:16:00
Ronaldo and Tevez out. Valencia and Owen in? Sorry, Fergie got that one wrong. He's lost two world class players and replaced them with an unproven lad and an injury prone midgit has been. United are now effectively in transition.
jinkin jimmy dimmock
05/12/2009 02:10:00
It amazes me that United have so many fans and their forum has so little traffic. Once you take away all the bandwagoners, they have nothing.
05/12/2009 03:30:00
it would be wrong to say that tevez never gave his all for the team but i would jeer him with the rest of the crowd for joining city, as it makes him look like he plays solely for the money. i used to like him alot but his goal scoring recod for the team can hardly be considered as world class last season, what was between five and ten last season. Michael Owens already almost up there and we arent even halfway through the season and Owen was purchased on a free transfer for probably half the wages Tevez is on at city. So City fans you do the math and tell me if he really was all the money spent on him especially since he pretty much told the entire world he wants to leave in the near future to go back to argentina.
05/12/2009 05:30:00
Tevez should not be so good to Man Utd fans and still believes they will not boo him again. I would say to him: YOU SHOULD CELEBRATE SCORING. By the way, this is another Tevez-obsessive article from Zae. Zae never lets go of Tevez he must have fallen in love with him. LOL.
05/12/2009 06:52:00
@khoder, no one knows about the future. Things could change. Tevez look "lame" so far, scoring only 2 league goals. But Cruz and Robinho not even score one yet. Adebayor has scored only once since the Arsenal PL game. Bellamy scored a few as well. Perhaps this is the problem of having too many strikers. But in terms of potential, little man Tevez is more likely to "surge" in the end and could become more and more important throughout the season. Michael Owen or even Berbatov so far hasn't showed any sign of surging yet. Will they surge? Not quite sure.
05/12/2009 07:11:00
@khoder, Tevez did not leave because he was money hungry. That was Adebayor. Tevez left, despite a generous deal from manure, because he wanted decent gametime.
05/12/2009 07:51:00
Oh no not again!!!
Antriksh (abmtd)
05/12/2009 09:52:00
Okay people I don't know what is so hard to was not game time...he played 51 games in his last season with us...i think he was just angry that near the end of the season he was used more as a he became a very efficient sub as city fans could tell right now....but he fired too many blanks......last season when we still liked him we were frustrated with his obv non shooting ability...
05/12/2009 15:33:00
I wished we had aguerro instead...they play similar in alot of ways...but aguerro is much more accurate finisher...and to me tevez is only good as a super sub(i.e. when the opp team's def is all tired and they can't handle him) tevez left for the money...tevez might feel he was pushed out....not sure why...he was offered the contract...maybe not as early as he wanted it, and maybe the club wasn't as desperate to get him as he thought they should be...but you can't blame the club for looking for a more efficient possibilites....but in the end they offered him the contract...if he was loyal like he tries to make it out to be.. he would have signed...
05/12/2009 15:36:00
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