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United - All is not Well with Carlos! (Aaah!)

United - All is not Well with Carlos! (Aaah!)

Could the marriage be crumbling already?

After switching Manchester allegiances in a blaze of publicity, the tabloid headlines suggest all may not be well in the life of a certain Carlos Tevez.

Tevez, who has probably realised that City are destined to never win trophies, is reportedly miffed that he has to work his backside off in training, often twice a day, whilst also yearning for his former boss, the Manchester United playing legend that was Mark Hughes.

Despite being voted their star man, the City boss, Roberto Mancini, isn`t prepared to put up with any drivel from Carlos and is quoted in the tabloid rags as having remarked,

"If a top player is not happy here then it`s better for him to go to another team."

"This is not just the case for Tevez but for all players. The same goes for Emmanuel Adebayor, for me, for all. It`s important that when a manager or player works in a team, he must be happy to work in this team."

"It`s not good for the club, for the squad or the player if he`s not."


What we`d like to ask is if this marriage made in heaven does end in divorce, who gets the silverware.

Oops! Sorry, forgot they don`t have any do they!

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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Friday April 30 2010
Time: 3:50PM

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Mercenaries will be mercenaries!
elvido
30/04/2010 16:06:00
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sounds a tad bitter from the trafford town fans again. you upset that we don't rely on one striker to make a team ? rooney playing in a wheelchair tomorrow ? wonder how many of you will be cheering for the dippers this weekend. i couldn't imagine doing that. lghu tick - tock.
tublu
30/04/2010 16:27:00
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so is the Tevez or is Manchester just horrible?! Maybe he can try Brum instead and come to Villa!
The Fear
30/04/2010 16:32:00
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You Delias can keep pecking. You know you are nervous and that it is only a matter of time. At least we won't treat him like you did if he does leave us £716,000,000 and counting. You're skint and you know you are
pedmachine
30/04/2010 16:47:00
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Why are Citeh fans commenting on a United forum? You're obsessed with us, why don't you just worry about yourselves rather than talking about what "might" happen in future. As for Herman Munster Head, I'm glad he's unhappy. The money grabbing little kettle juggler is a disgrace to professional footballers.
UnitedTilIDie
30/04/2010 17:24:00
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If Tevez does end up leaving City rest assured that it will be with tremendous rancour. All said and done, he has 4 years left on a contract, gets played as the star player of city and is still agitating for a move. This episode doesn't reflect well on him at all and makes him out to be a real piece of work. A rolling stone gathers no moss and for all of Anelka's talent and ability he is remembered more for being a hugely rich footballer who collected millions in signing on fees in the many clubs he has played for. Tevez may end up being remembered like that if he is not careful. Unless ofcourse if he is not the type who cares about leaving a legacy when he retires.
Deltaforce
30/04/2010 17:48:00
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sorry tublu but didnt mancini have to rush tevez home from compasionate leave beacause of citys lack of goals even with all the "quality strikers" city have at the club? thought so...
jabbawakie
30/04/2010 17:50:00
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Tublu, Rooney in a wheelchair is a far better footballer than the Judas and A-day-buy-whore!
elvido
30/04/2010 18:18:00
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HAHAHAHA listen to the idiot tublu, where do you find the courage to slack of United, with us beating you 3 times this season, and a supporting a club thats a joke. You have nothing this season nor the last 20 years, and how much money have you spent. HAHAHAHA keep you mercenarie Tevez we all knew that what his true colours were.. hahaha
nordkap
30/04/2010 20:42:00
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It wouldnt really come as a surprise to see him leave at the end of the season. Players as good as him should be winning trophies and it doesn't look like he'll do that at City.
khoder
01/05/2010 06:21:00
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