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Terry Would Be Dead Dead DEAD I Tell You!

Terry Would Be Dead Dead DEAD I Tell You!

In an astonishing twist in the City Chelsea soap opera Carlos Tevez has taken the hate between the two squads to Defcom 2.

In an interview in the Sun Tevez launched a damning attack on the former England captain by claiming that he is a man of no honour. He said,

“I don't think you can do that with the wife of another player. 'It's wrong. In my opinion, Terry has no moral code for what he did to Bridge.'

He even goes as far as saying Terry would not have got away with his sordid affair with French lingerie slut Vanessa Perroncel (Wayne you really must shop for tottie elsewhere next time) back in his homeland adding,

'In my neighbourhood if you do that, you lose your legs, or more - you don't survive.'

Just when you thought it was safe to come out of the water uncharacteristically Tevez taunts Terry's Chelsea team mate Ballack, after 'Ze German's' cowardly two footed lunge in last week's Premier League humiliation.

'I have always had problems with Ballack but, you know, it is just football, not personal issues between us.

'I don't know, maybe he doesn't like me, as I don't like him.'

Surprising words perhaps from the usually quietly spoken Argentinian who obviously felt the Chelsea player's 'I am the law!' routine was wearing a bit thin.

Bad blood between the players is one thing and will make for some added bite to the Premier League clashes next season, but how are the most important people, the fans, taking this latest episode?

City and Chelsea fans have traditionally had a good relationship though so I wonder how they see these latest comments?

Maybe they support the victims of their two bad boys and are fed up with the mindless actions of two waning stars or maybe their loyalty is clouding their dark blue tinted judgement.



Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:GloucBlade
Date:Thursday March 4 2010
Time: 10:01AM

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I think Tevez should cool it. Let's just get on with the good ol' game, friends.
ZeeNut
04/03/2010 10:26:00
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Anyone seen the film Angel heart? The character Toots Sweet and his grisly demise is what would have happened to JT in Fuerte Apache.
fifthcolumnblue
04/03/2010 10:33:00
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“In my opinion, Terry has no moral code for what he did to Bridge." ... "In my neighbourhood if you do that, you lose your legs, or more - you don't survive." Er, Carlos, that might be what happens in your neighbourhood, but whatever your views on JT's behaviour, we in the UK tend to believe that cutting people's legs off OR KILLING THEM transcends the 'moral code' of our country. And its criminal code for that matter. So you haven't really helped your case with your medieval comments.
EuroBlue
04/03/2010 10:38:00
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Euroblue - Tevez hasn't helped his case with what? He's not the one on media trial. He was simply saying what would happen in his neighbourhood, regardless of it being "medieval"
Bluedub
04/03/2010 10:46:00
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Football stars who aren't afraid to say what they think are amazing, a PR man's dream - we have three in Bellamy, De Jong and Tevez. I think its brilliant. Its like having three fans in the team.
SkyBlueSuedeShoes
04/03/2010 10:53:00
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All good points. When was the last time a footballer said anything as strong as this though in the UK. Gad to see its being taken as banter by both sets of fans though.
lando78
04/03/2010 11:06:00
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Terry and gary neville are boot lickers. Simple.
Super City Slicker
04/03/2010 11:11:00
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So Tevez is an expert on marriages now. Team Bridge, Team City, Team Blah Blah Blah he has hardly spent a year at city and he's acting like he has known Bridge for years and they are like best buddies now. I personaly think it's all a front and a very exaggerated one. Truth is that when it comes to team spirit and unity no team beats Chelsea, simply because it takes time to build that unity. Don't tell me that since Tevez has played for City for couple of months he already has such a strong bond with Bridge, i don't buy it. It's fake. I liked Tevez at United (even thou i hated the team) when he was the under dog and the one that was beeng missmanaged by Sir. Alex but now it seams that Tevez has began to think he's bigger than the world and he can run his ugly skewed mouth around like call girl on a friday night. His comments about Ballack are out of place and for the moment totally unnecessary. Personaly i have absolutely nothing against Man City including the fans, the players, the administration, the stadium and all in actual fact Chelsea and City are two teams who have alot in common. Thus said believe we should be spending our energy fighting the common enemy (Man U) and not each other.
suppahigh
04/03/2010 11:13:00
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Wouldn't you just love to be in the trenches with this fella. Carlito's way methinks.
Vanzuylan
04/03/2010 11:15:00
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Suppahigh - I hear what your saying but we have to remember Tevez was asked questions by a journo and is just answering them.If Terry had kept it in his pants these journos wouldn't have these questions to ask. I don't agree with you regarding Ballacks, as he will get away with a one game ban, I think? He should be getting a three game ban for violent conduct, that was an outrageous tackle and Tevez is lucky he didn't suffer the same fate as Ramsey as a result of it.
Bluedub
04/03/2010 11:23:00
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