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Sack Carlos Tevez For Breach Of Contract

Sack Carlos Tevez For Breach Of Contract

Midway through the second half against Bayern Munich earlier this evening Manchester City coach Roberto Mancini told Carlos Tevez to warm up and get ready to play. Carlos refused. Is that a breach of contract?

Mancini told Sky Sports HD2 of Tevez...

'I can't accept this one player refusing to go on.'

If I told my boss I wasn't going to perform my duties even though I was fit, health and able then I would probably lose my job. Wouldn't you?

This is the beginning of the end for Tevez - good riddance I say.

For those of you who rarely visit our forums then might I suggest you click here and read what Blues are saying about this muppet. The thread is going mental!!



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

Writer:danielqpr
Date:Tuesday September 27 2011
Time: 10:34PM

Comments

0
I'm taking comfort from the fact that he's just shafted his own career. Who wants a player who chickens out when the heat is on, despite his intentions were to screw our team?
Johnny Baguette
27/09/2011 22:42:00
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I'm taking comfort from the fact that he's just shafted his own career. Who wants a player who chickens out when the heat is on, despite his intentions were to screw our team?
Johnny Baguette
27/09/2011 22:42:00
0
f Mancini walks away because of this then i'll personally hunt Tevez down.
tudor
27/09/2011 22:52:00
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f Mancini walks away because of this then i'll personally hunt Tevez down.
tudor
27/09/2011 22:52:00
0
Complete tosser.
Sajit
27/09/2011 23:05:00
0
Complete tosser.
Sajit
27/09/2011 23:05:00
0
With the sad state of the game, some ***** of a club will take a chance on Tevez in the hope of finishing a single place higher up their league. If you truly love football, make Tevez your enemy and make his life hell wherever he plays next. Btw I hate City and all they stand for (cash and no heart), but that's by the by.
Howard
28/09/2011 00:17:00
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With the sad state of the game, some ***** of a club will take a chance on Tevez in the hope of finishing a single place higher up their league. If you truly love football, make Tevez your enemy and make his life hell wherever he plays next. Btw I hate City and all they stand for (cash and no heart), but that's by the by.
Howard
28/09/2011 00:17:00
0
Must have all left our hearts on a terrace in macclesfield/Lincoln/York, eh Howard? People seem to forget just exactly how much crap we've put up with in the last couple of decades (Believe today was the 13th anniversary of our lowest ever point - 14th in the old second division) Cheers for the grudging sympathy, but I've heard thousands of other numpties come up with the same tired old accusations time and again, and it just washes over me. We are just lioke the fans of the invisibvle man - we're not really here.
fifthcolumnblue
28/09/2011 00:43:00
0
Must have all left our hearts on a terrace in macclesfield/Lincoln/York, eh Howard? People seem to forget just exactly how much crap we've put up with in the last couple of decades (Believe today was the 13th anniversary of our lowest ever point - 14th in the old second division) Cheers for the grudging sympathy, but I've heard thousands of other numpties come up with the same tired old accusations time and again, and it just washes over me. We are just lioke the fans of the invisibvle man - we're not really here.
fifthcolumnblue
28/09/2011 00:43:00
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