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City Suspend Nowhere Man Tevez



Manchester City FC confirmed moments ago that Carlos Tevez is suspended with immediate effect. Proper order...

Backed by close to universal support throughout European football following Tevez's blatant show of petulence, Roberto Mancini now has the opportunity to regroup his squad tomorrow and begin preparations for the short weekend trip to Blackburn with Tevez ousted.

In the meantime, the City hierarchy will begin an investigation into Tevezgate that could see his increasingly poisonous presence dispensed with altogether. Tevez only a fortnight ago publicly slated Sergio Aguero's daily English language courses.

Tevez and his ever vocal adviser with their ludicrous demands and contradictory statements have backed themselves further and further into a hole at Manchester City which is a club run by some of the shrewdest extremely powerful businessmen in the world. Lest we forget the Argentinian national squad who let's face it, don't like Tevez around either. With the football world watching, as with Emailgate, City have moved quickly to take action. A stand has to be taken against people like that in a bid to stop a precedent being set.

No amount of hastily written attempts at cover ups could save the fallen City talisman following what the world witnessed in TV and photographs, let alone heard from his decision to go solo via an interpreter in Munich and declare "I Didn't Feel Right To Play, So I Didn't."

Tevez of course lost the support of the majority of City fans following his double transfer requests. Most Blues feel that once a player has taken such action, that's his relationship with the club forever tarnished. The player and his agent are kidding themselves if they believe he has any support left in Manchester.

We've more than had our money's worth out of a brilliantly talented footballer but he burnt his bridges long ago.

So having essentially "wagged it" throughout an entire pre season to the point of pisspoor fitness, Tevez now finds himself without anywhere to train but his no doubt rain soaked and miserable Manchester back garden. At least he can always console himself in either Mancunian restaurant.

Manchester City FC Club Statement

"Manchester City can confirm that striker Carlos Tevez has been suspended until further notice for a maximum period of two weeks.

The player's suspension is pending a full review into his alleged conduct during Tuesday evening's 2-0 defeat to Bayern Munich.

The player will not be considered for selection or take part in training whilst the review is under way."




b>UPCOMING FIXTURES:
all times East Manchester

Sa 01 Oct 15:00 Blackburn, Ewood Park, PL
Sa 15 Oct 15:00 Aston Villa, The Etihad, PL
Tu 18 Oct 19:45 Villareal, The Etihad, CLGS3
Su 23 Oct 13:30 the rags, the swamp, PL
We 26 Oct 19:45 Wolves, Molineux LC4
Sa 29 Oct 15:00 Wolves, The Etihad, PL

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Writer: Johnny Baguette VMC Newsdesk Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday September 28 2011

Time: 8:51PM

Your Comments

Jim Boyce, FIFA Vice President..."I believe Fifa should have the power to ban the player from taking an active part in football. If he has done what has been said then I think his club would be better off without him...If Manchester City prove it, write to FIFA and state the exact circumstances that happened, I would have no problem with that whatsoever. It hasn't occurred before but I think what happened was despicable."
Johnny Baguette
Jim Boyce, FIFA Vice President..."I believe Fifa should have the power to ban the player from taking an active part in football. If he has done what has been said then I think his club would be better off without him...If Manchester City prove it, write to FIFA and state the exact circumstances that happened, I would have no problem with that whatsoever. It hasn't occurred before but I think what happened was despicable."
Johnny Baguette
Chelsea fan here. I thought your lot would have suspended him for way longer than 2 weeks. I thought it was absolutely disgraceful what he did and no club deserved that. Tevez should just p**s off back to Argentina he's a joke.
blu4life
Chelsea fan here. I thought your lot would have suspended him for way longer than 2 weeks. I thought it was absolutely disgraceful what he did and no club deserved that. Tevez should just p**s off back to Argentina he's a joke.
blu4life
Cheers Blu4life, I'd love him suspended for longer too, but i think two weeks is the maximum sanciton allowed by the FA/Fifa at this point in time. Have to say, that whatever kia and his puppet thought they were doing, it's almost certainly not gone to plan. Yes, Manchester City have been embarrassed, but the outporing of sympathy for us in the face of Tevez's unprecedented actions has surprised me. I suppose I've grown a thick skin given all the people jumping on the anti-City bandwagon, but I am generally impressed that tevez has been almost universally condemned by our rivals, both in the Premier League and beyond. Tevez really has crossed a line, and it's not just shocked suppoorters of City, it's disgusted people all over the world. Mr Joorabchian, I believe that's nown in the vernacular as an EPIC FAIL!
fifthcolumnblue
Cheers Blu4life, I'd love him suspended for longer too, but i think two weeks is the maximum sanciton allowed by the FA/Fifa at this point in time. Have to say, that whatever kia and his puppet thought they were doing, it's almost certainly not gone to plan. Yes, Manchester City have been embarrassed, but the outporing of sympathy for us in the face of Tevez's unprecedented actions has surprised me. I suppose I've grown a thick skin given all the people jumping on the anti-City bandwagon, but I am generally impressed that tevez has been almost universally condemned by our rivals, both in the Premier League and beyond. Tevez really has crossed a line, and it's not just shocked suppoorters of City, it's disgusted people all over the world. Mr Joorabchian, I believe that's nown in the vernacular as an EPIC FAIL!
fifthcolumnblue
@Blu4life A club can only suspend a player for 2 weeks.
jackblue
@Blu4life A club can only suspend a player for 2 weeks.
jackblue
to be honest, no team deserves this treatment, i wouldn't even wish this on the rags. it sickens me when people are like haha he's a mercenary you go what you paid for
redwhiteandbluemoon
to be honest, no team deserves this treatment, i wouldn't even wish this on the rags. it sickens me when people are like haha he's a mercenary you go what you paid for
redwhiteandbluemoon
this is what we as fans of all teams should be uniting against...these players take everything for granted but its us who make them
redwhiteandbluemoon
this is what we as fans of all teams should be uniting against...these players take everything for granted but its us who make them
redwhiteandbluemoon
Disgusted tbh in Tevez! Such a talent yet in the same breath a complete disgrace to football! At least he still has his good looks ;).... I do think however Mancini will have alot more of this to deal with as other players will test his nerve.
Mix26
Disgusted tbh in Tevez! Such a talent yet in the same breath a complete disgrace to football! At least he still has his good looks ;).... I do think however Mancini will have alot more of this to deal with as other players will test his nerve.
Mix26
Well i am not bothered about it as it happened to money bags. Not like its the end of the world for City. They will still buy the PL and everything else in years to come. However, the Tevez is an ugly character and i mean that in every way. The guy acts like an 8yr old when he has one of the best jobs you could ask for while being very wealthy because of it. He plays for the richest club in the world and will have the best chance of silverware there in years to come. Can you ask for any more? He is the most selfish person i can think of.
asherthesmasher
Well i am not bothered about it as it happened to money bags. Not like its the end of the world for City. They will still buy the PL and everything else in years to come. However, the Tevez is an ugly character and i mean that in every way. The guy acts like an 8yr old when he has one of the best jobs you could ask for while being very wealthy because of it. He plays for the richest club in the world and will have the best chance of silverware there in years to come. Can you ask for any more? He is the most selfish person i can think of.
asherthesmasher
I hope City can fire Tevez and stop him from playing for 3 or 4 years.
asherthesmasher
I hope City can fire Tevez and stop him from playing for 3 or 4 years.
asherthesmasher
Not bothered yet you post two comments on the matter asher? Funny that!
Bluedub
Not bothered yet you post two comments on the matter asher? Funny that!
Bluedub
Thinking about this and Tevez, can city suspend Tevez or put him on Gardening leave for the remainder of his contract, BUT keep hold of his player registration so that he retires from football, and if he does decide to return to football the club interested in buying him/ employing him has to get in touch with city for his documents and a subsequent fee to city.... or am i wrong in this, cos didnt Taggart do something similar to Cantona back in 90's, just in case he returned to play again....and Tevez told Taggart that he will retire in 2013 thats why taggart did not sign him alledgedly....
cityman51
Thinking about this and Tevez, can city suspend Tevez or put him on Gardening leave for the remainder of his contract, BUT keep hold of his player registration so that he retires from football, and if he does decide to return to football the club interested in buying him/ employing him has to get in touch with city for his documents and a subsequent fee to city.... or am i wrong in this, cos didnt Taggart do something similar to Cantona back in 90's, just in case he returned to play again....and Tevez told Taggart that he will retire in 2013 thats why taggart did not sign him alledgedly....
cityman51
Can even City afford to let him languish in the reserves on such a high wage though? Nice to see the suspension being imposed, quite right too. City and Mancini have reacted well throughout this I think.
donfulham
Can even City afford to let him languish in the reserves on such a high wage though? Nice to see the suspension being imposed, quite right too. City and Mancini have reacted well throughout this I think.
donfulham
Whatever the politics the fact is that this level of selfishness is unprecedented... as someone said, he is one of the greatest talents in football, has one of the best jobs in the world, earns literally a fortune, and appreciates none of it. He earns more in a week than I (currently!) earn in years, and he sulks about whilst people are unemployed, crippled in wheel chairs, fighting wars in Afghanistan... the man is a pathetic waste of space. You've got a Tevez MKII at City still though in Balotelli... another complete and utter precious *****!
Cape Town Spurs
Whatever the politics the fact is that this level of selfishness is unprecedented... as someone said, he is one of the greatest talents in football, has one of the best jobs in the world, earns literally a fortune, and appreciates none of it. He earns more in a week than I (currently!) earn in years, and he sulks about whilst people are unemployed, crippled in wheel chairs, fighting wars in Afghanistan... the man is a pathetic waste of space. You've got a Tevez MKII at City still though in Balotelli... another complete and utter precious *****!
Cape Town Spurs
was meant to read *precocious*
Cape Town Spurs
was meant to read *precocious*
Cape Town Spurs
 

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