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Argentine Woe!

Argentine Woe!

I`m trying not to laugh!

The so-called messiah at the 'noisy neighbours` is having another little strop.

It seems that winning the FA Cup has done nothing to placate Carlos Tevez`s desire to leave Manchester.

It`s looking more and more like the Argentine`s stay at Eastlands is coming to an end with the Argentine moaning about everything from the weather to the price of property and everything being so damned expensive.

Gee, it must be hard making that huge salary he`s on every week last before the next pay-packet adds another six fugures to his balance!

Who`s laughing now City folk?



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Sunday June 5 2011
Time: 11:40AM

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Direct quote from Tevez in the Guardian - ""No amount of money, no cars and the lifestyle can make up for the moment when I leave my two daughters at the airport. "Do you think money solves everything? It solves nothing. People think I should be happy because I have everything, but I can't buy time with my daughters and my family." Typical rag behaviour to kick someone when they're down eh?
fifthcolumnblue
05/06/2011 12:03:00
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I completely understand Tevez's paternal instincts and really can't knock him for wanting to leave City to be with them. I do wonder though what will happen to City without Tevez, it would be a very interesting season for them, he is afterall there best player and arguably carries them upfront. Mancini's defensive game will suffer with no attacking outlet like Tevez (not that any team out there wouldn't) and may be forced to change his system a bit.
TheFamousNo7
05/06/2011 12:41:00
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I can't help but questions Tevez's decision to join City in the first place though. Surely it would've been better off going abroad?
TheFamousNo7
05/06/2011 12:51:00
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EXACTLY - MONEY MUST HAVE TALKED!
merlin
05/06/2011 13:01:00
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Where are you getting messiah from RedBoy? That's the first time I've heard him described that way. City's win percentage last season was as good without Tevez as it was with so although losing him would be a blow he is not irreplaceable and let's face City have the resources to find a suitable replacement.
Bluedub
05/06/2011 14:27:00
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This is hillarious, he is the biggest merc of them all, he has behaving like a spoiled child for a long time, and it is funny how the bitters were basking when they signed.. Well we won the PL again and played in the CL final, and Tevez could only watch.. Of course he will leave, and if City fans thought he choose them for glory, you must be dummer than first anticipated.. If the delusional city fans dont realise that the only attract players because of huge paychecks, then who are they kidding.. City has won nothing, it takes time to create legacy, history and tradition, you are trying to buy it, which is even more pathetic..
nordkap
05/06/2011 20:49:00
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Funny there nerdkrap, but your supposed best player was going to walk away from the club in October before you made him the best payed footballer in the land. Never heard the old proverb about glass houses?
fifthcolumnblue
06/06/2011 01:07:00
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