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Carlos Tevez: Will We See More Of This?

The World Cup for Manchester City and Argentina striker Carlos Tevez is over for another four years, but with the start of the new Premier League campaign on the horizon what can we expect to see next season.

The 25-year-old Argentinean is currently on holiday following his country's defeat against Germany in the World Cup quarterfinals last week, therefore the naturally gifted forward has understandably been given permission to stay away from City's pre-season training camp until the middle of July. Even a work-horse like Tevez needs a break.

However, having scored 23-goals in just 35 first-team appearances last term can we expect to see more of the same?



Diego Maradona

Diego Maradona paid tribute to one of the most energetic players in the Premier League by saying..

'When you watch him play, it seems like Carlos is on a set of batteries that just keep going and going. His work-rate is phenomenal.'



Season 2010/11

I for one expect to see Carlos coming out of the starting block like Linford Christie used to do all those years ago. Do you?




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Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday July 7 2010

Time: 4:26PM

Your Comments

Well, if we can improve the service to him by having a decent creative midfielder (Silva) and a decent strike partner for him (Adebayor/Bellamy/Dzeko?) then yeah, I expect him to be there or thereabouts again next season.
fifthcolumnblue
30 goals plus next year - thank you Fergie for selling him and keeping that duck egg Berbatov
Wswilly3
Very soon when ur Sheikhs cash will dry and u will become a mid-table team, he will leave u to rot........simples.
the_blue_world
the_blue_world - YAWN!!!
fifthcolumnblue
The Sheiks "cash will dry" - that's a classic PMSL.
Bluedub
When did it become wet?......very simples
Spud 1
Perhaps he thinks they're money launderers? Note to t_b_w - money laundering doesn't involve actually sticking your cash in the washing machine...
fifthcolumnblue
t_b_w is obviously a genius.
me_innit
weewillywaanker3, don;t come to Vital Chelsea!
ACLamp
 

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