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Are You In The Mood To Forgive?

Our latest Vital Manchester City front page poll question asks...

Regarding Carlos Tevez. Are you in the mood for forgiveness?

A lot has been written and said regarding the AWOL Argentinean, however life moves on and is it time to forgive and forget.



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The journalist

Writer: danielqpr Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday February 8 2012

Time: 7:29AM

Your Comments

The man has spent the last 3 months in Argentina taking the ***** out of us. Why should we care about him? He is pure scum and I will not cheer him in a city shirt.
SkyBlueSuedeShoes
No, nay, never.
Bluedub
Let him rot
jackblue
If Roberto Mancini and the club decide to give him another chance then so be it. I'll never boo a City player, not even this little weasel, but I'd be deeply unhappy to ever see him in a City shirt ever again.
fifthcolumnblue
No. Don't be silly.
Hominid
The guy has obviously got issues, but if he sorts hilmself out, says sorry to the Club, his Teammates, the Manager and the Fans, maybe I could forgive him...But I don't think he will do that though - in which case I don't ever want to see him in a City shirt again
Blue ponderer
Ditto Blue ponderer.
RobsonGreensleeves
Think I'd be from the FCB/Blue Ponderer school of thought - we have to support whatever decision the club makes so if that means he returns then we have to cheer the whole team on and deal with the fallout again after we've won the Premier League...
rojo2010
No.
StuMCFC
if we need say 3points to win the title, and our 3 remaining strikers are injured or banned, then Carlos Tevez would be needed imo, so no what he has done is wrong and in any other walk of life he would be sacked, but football is totally differant, so it could be a means to an end, as he is still eligible to play and the team is dire need, yes let him playBUT THIS Season ONLY,then get rid to the highest bidder, a means to an end, and if it brings the title to Manchester all well and good.
cityman51
Forgiveness can only be granted when an apology has been made on behalf of the offending party. I have seen no remorse on behalf of the offending party, but if Carlos showed fruits worthy of repentance (i.e. dedication in training, public apology, dropping Kia, admitting wrongdoing and lying) then there would be grounds to initialize forgiveness. I wish it would happen , for his sake.
Ahoyskin
As they say " it's just business "
Oziman
The short answer is NO .......
Doody
You guys are done with him surely? He has shown no respect whatsoever and future clubs need to realise they could end up being burnt by this little rodent too. If you needed three points from the last game you'd play him? i wouldn't. I'd make him rot. Effing milan!!, they know what he's been like yet they offer a loan? cheeky borstards. Do you and the rest of the league a favour and never ever let him grace a pitch in this country again.
Himwhatwhats
Last season he was a joy to watch, but it gets my goat when I see players treat their club and fans the way he has. If it was me he would rot, the money he's paid and he has such little regard for the fans who idolise him
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