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Was It Suicidal To Let Tevez Go?

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17 goals in 23 City starts for Carlos Tevez. How big a blunder was it for Taggart to let him go?'

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Suicidal - 89%
Gargantuan - 6%
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Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday January 21 2010

Time: 11:50PM

Your Comments

Haha Cheeky that post, if he scores again on Wednesday that cup's ours
Clevblue
if he scores on wednesday again he will " CUP" his ears again and wiggle his thing in taggart and taggarts lover chuckle nevilles face.
bluemooner_mcfc
The bloke is bang on course to be our highest scorer since the days of The Goat.
Johnny Baguette
Daft - PL position demonstrates that. Plus spending 30m in their financial position would probably have been suicide... letting him go was a survival instincy financially... take it from a fan of a team who should now
jim4pompey
 

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