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Tevez Being Rebellious - Never!

Trevor Jacobs sent Vital Manchester City the following.

Looks as though Carlos Tevez will avoid a fine after criticizing Mancio training regimes earlier this week.

The tabloids say that because Tevez remains so important to the Blues he is likely to be forgiven for the comments he made about his employers and Mancio.

As crucial as this season is to the Citizen's I do not believe that any player is bigger than the game or the football club. Come on Tevez, what happened to all the positivity you had, I ask myself?

From what I understand, senior officials have been angered by Tevez's suggestions that Mancini trains his players too hard and that City should never have included the strikers image on the 'Welcome to Manchester' posters that upset Sir Bacon Face, the very same man that let Tevez go without a fight.

Nevertheless, it looks as though the Blues will not fine the Argentinean for his outburst especially after the clubs most influential striker has proved so vital to the club this season.

In my opinion Tevez stands central in City's chances of sewing up that all important Champions League place and the Premier League's battle for fourth - simples!




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Writer: Trevor Jacobs Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday April 14 2010

Time: 8:58PM

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Yeah he avoids a fine... funny how the newspaper is now saying hes forgiven to try make people believe it was true though really its a load of....
adtilson
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14/04/2010 21:04:00

He never said any of it!
adtilson
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14/04/2010 21:06:00

i agree hey, hence as per the tabloids, arsenal were really bad last night ...
Trevj23
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15/04/2010 06:38:00

 

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