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Big 45
14th February '12, 07:58 PM
Carlos Tevez is back in England for showdown talks over his Manchester City future.

The rebel striker was given a police escort when he emerged through arrivals at Manchester airport.

He arrived at their Carrington training base shortly before 5pm to meet Mancini and City officials.

But Tevez faces a fresh storm after he accused manager Mancini of treating him ‘like a dog’.

In an astonishing outburst on the eve of his return from three months in self-imposed exile, Tevez reignited his row with Mancini over the infamous fall-out in Munich and blamed City for forcing him to seek refuge with his family back home in Argentina.

He also admitted that the two men almost came to blows last season.
Reflecting on his spat with Mancini when he refused to warm up during the Champions League defeat by Bayern Munich in September, Tevez said: ‘I couldn’t understand why I wasn’t playing.

‘Mancini had taken the captain’s armband away from me without telling me why or even speaking to me about it, so a lot of things had happened and I was in a bad mood.

‘I had already warmed up in the first half but he told me to keep on warming up. He treated me like a dog. When he spoke to me in that tone of voice, I said, “No I’m not going out”. I was willing to play but the coach was in such a foul mood because he’s had an argument with Dzeko that he started on me as well, and began swearing. He said some horrible things to me.’

Tevez was fined four weeks’ wages - later reduced to two - following a club investigation into the incident, but he blames City’s support of Mancini and the reaction of fans for his decision to flee to Argentina.

He added: ‘The club statement protected the manager. That’s why I was angry and didn’t want to return. I was affected because of this situation and I wanted to find shelter with my family.

‘To be insulted by fans after what happened in Munich was something I didn’t deserve. They were misinformed, so when they were told that I didn’t want to play they naturally turned against me.

‘I gave everything to that club and when I saw them burning my shirt with my name on it or hurling insults it really hurt.’

There were hopes that Tevez, who has lost £9.3million in fines and wages since last playing for City five months ago, would be given a second chance as he prepared to board a flight on Monday from Buenos Aires, where he has been AWOL since November.

But the timing of his interview with Fox Sports Latin America could not have been worse and now places serious doubt over whether the 28-year-old can ever play for the club again.

Tevez opened up on his tempestuous relationship with Mancini, claiming that the City boss would not have been as tough last season before fellow Argentine Sergio Aguero had joined the club.

‘Mancini’s position got stronger when Kun Aguero arrived,’ said Tevez. ‘I don’t know if he would have done the things he did if this was last season.

‘Last season we almost hit each other in the dressing-room after a game against Newcastle, but he’s got a better team this season and felt like making the decision.

‘I like that Mancini has said that he will welcome me back but he also said I was never going to play for him again, so I don’t know.’

Tevez’s condition will be assessed once he reports back to Carrington and he will be given a training programme to get him back to full fitness. Whether he makes the apology Mancini has demanded is another matter, however.

He added: ‘I’ve been training on my own and I know I can be back on the pitch in two weeks. There’s no need for City to make me have two training sessions a day – I’ll do it myself. I have decided to go back for personal reasons to see if I can turn this situation around, start scoring goals again and play for the shirt. It’s also a decision I’ve taken to try to win back the supporters.
Back in the swing: Tevez has been at home in Argentina since November

‘I know this is going to be difficult but I will accept this challenge. I know I have to play better than I ever did. I have discovered the love for the game again.’ Tevez did not help his cause by naming Sir Alex Ferguson as one of the two best coaches he has ever worked with, and praising his former Manchester United team-mates Paul Scholes, Ryan Giggs and Wayne Rooney.

The player’s advisor Kia Joorabchian attempted to limit the damage on Monday night, saying: ‘What Carlos is explaining in his interview is how he felt back then. The club and Carlos have been talking about things in a positive way, and he has said that he is ready to apologise if he has done something wrong.

‘He is in a totally different mode now. He wants to come back and thinks City have been very good to him in the last couple of months.

‘His main objective is to come back and help City win the title.’

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FoundTheGif
14th February '12, 08:07 PM
Tevez is bitch made tbh

Jimmy Conway
14th February '12, 08:14 PM
Was gonna say that tbh.

NSF
14th February '12, 08:38 PM
Fergie was in the news today saying players have too much power over their clubs mentioning tevez holding city to ransom or whatever. I swear Rooney held United to ransom over a new contract. He's just shitting it because it can only make city stronger if he returns to first team football.

FoundTheGif
14th February '12, 08:43 PM
Surprise, surprise NSF posts a comment attacking United. God bruv give it a rest.

EA
14th February '12, 08:48 PM
:lol: Man City's greed is the reason why he's not at another team right now. They got him for free and they were trying to sell him on for no less than £40million. They don't understand that people aren't gonna pay that much for someone who hasn't played in 5 months.

NSF
14th February '12, 09:11 PM
Surprise, surprise NSF posts a comment attacking United. God bruv give it a rest.Lol why you so bothered? I'll post what i want.

FoundTheGif
14th February '12, 09:13 PM
Lol why you so bothered? I'll post what i want.

Not too bothered tbh.

Jstar
14th February '12, 09:39 PM
Fergie was in the news today saying players have too much power over their clubs mentioning tevez holding city to ransom or whatever. I swear Rooney held United to ransom over a new contract. He's just shitting it because it can only make city stronger if he returns to first team football.

Lol not really, if anything it has a chance to damage the teams morale since he can go AWOL for 4 months then walk straight into the team

NSF
14th February '12, 09:41 PM
Lol not really, if anything it has a chance to damage the teams morale since he can go AWOL for 4 months then walk straight into the teamAnd what about Rooney questioning his team mates quality? lol

Julio Cesar
14th February '12, 09:42 PM
Lol why you so bothered? I'll post what i want.

He's Leeds United, he'll post what he wants...

Plak
14th February '12, 09:48 PM
:lol: Man City's greed is the reason why he's not at another team right now. They got him for free and they were trying to sell him on for no less than £40million. They don't understand that people aren't gonna pay that much for someone who hasn't played in 5 months.
They paid £35m to an agency that owned 70% of his contract, hence why United "loaned" him for 2 years off no one.
Anyway hope he goes back and disrupts the dressing room there lol.

EA
14th February '12, 10:01 PM
They paid £35m to an agency that owned 70% of his contract, hence why United "loaned" him for 2 years off no one.
Anyway hope he goes back and disrupts the dressing room there lol.

Oh yeah, I forgot about the agency that owned him.

My point still stands though, trying to sell him for £40million is pure greediness.They are basically saying that they would rather keep paying his wages than get rid of him because no one is gonna pay that much for him.

Jstar
15th February '12, 05:49 PM
And what about Rooney questioning his team mates quality? lol

l0l how did Rooney

Rooney didnt refuse to come on to help his team then go AWOL for a few months, then suddenly come back when he sees they can win the title

Big 45
15th February '12, 08:21 PM
Sign of desperation from City tbh.

Remeber when Mancini said Tevez would never play for them again?





























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FoundTheGif
15th February '12, 08:43 PM
loooooool

Hij
16th February '12, 03:53 AM
Anyone who believes that all Tevez said in this whole thing was "he treated me like a dog"

go gary speed yourselves right now

he said a lot more than that, do research or shut up

Shower Posse
16th February '12, 04:19 AM
This little fuckboy<<<<<<<<<

MyLord
16th February '12, 01:35 PM
Fergie was in the news today saying players have too much power over their clubs mentioning tevez holding city to ransom or whatever. I swear Rooney held United to ransom over a new contract. He's just shitting it because it can only make city stronger if he returns to first team football.

Fergay loves to make remarks at other players other than his own even when they are 10x worse tbh


Anyone who believes that all Tevez said in this whole thing was "he treated me like a dog"

go gary speed yourselves right now

he said a lot more than that, do research or shut up

:laugh::laugh::laugh:

WTF is wrong with City? They dont wont to play him, they want to get rid of him so why not let him go out on loan.

They should have let the bids go on until a few hours before the transfer market closed and then let him go out on loan. That way he can get game time and boost his value up a notch



















I wanted him at LFC:sad: