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United - Tevez Woe!

United - Tevez Woe!

I wonder if they`ll parade this on billboards all over the city!

A little-birdie, well Roque Santa Cruz actually, has enlightened the tabloid media to the fact that Carlos Tevez could be pondering over leaving Manchester City.

According to the £17.5 million bench-warmer, Carlos is a little homesick and could well be considering a return to his native Argentina when his current contract expires!

Or as we`d prefer to put it,

"Tevez, wherever you may be, what can the real matter be?"

"Is it that the Europa League is not for thee?"


What goes around comes around, he who laughs last laughs longest and all that!

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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Wednesday October 27 2010
Time: 5:00PM

Comments

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OMG what a saddo you are redboy shouldnt you be slagging rooney with the same vitriol from this time last week, or do you love him again now hes doubled his money
humpty
27/10/2010 19:31:00
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(humpty - funny name) - but Tevez clearly prefers life in Argentina but who wouldn't when compared to Manchester!
merlin
27/10/2010 19:36:00
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humpty - better to be a saddo than a window licker!
Red Boy
27/10/2010 19:44:00
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And yet another site supposedly devoted to manure posting articles about Manchester City. Keep it up lads, we've clearly got you rattled. P.S. How's Shrek getting on these days? Pretty nice time of the year to disappear off to the middle east don't you think?
fifthcolumnblue
27/10/2010 21:51:00
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Pathetic Red Boy. Where's your follow up story about RSC saying he believes Tevez will see out his contract? Oh no wait, this is Vital Man Utd, isn't it?
bluedub
28/10/2010 16:15:00
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