Carlos Tevez

Why Manchester City will fold under pressure

February 27, 2012

It was a sure thing that the millions of Pounds pumped into Manchester City would play a huge role in their attempt to challenge for the Premier League title, but no one could have predicted how successful they would be in such little time. With the arrival of Roberto Mancini came big money signings, Champions […] […]

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The Carlos Tevez Saga

December 19, 2011

When people use the word ‘saga’, it’s usually in relation to a beloved film franchise or some centuries old epic tale, however this saga doesn’t take place in a galaxy far far away or in the pages of history, it all started when a world class footballer decided to swap the red half of Manchester […] […]

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Balotelli gives critics the silent treatment

December 13, 2011

It wasn’t so long ago that pundits and fans alike were questioning whether Mario Balotelli had what it takes to succeed in English football. His doubters were plentiful and vociferous, with many criticising his perceived lack of maturity.  However, one by one Balotelli has silenced his critics as he continues to lay waste to defences across […]

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I feel so sorry for Carlos Tevez

November 15, 2011

Carlos Tevez has once again missed training with Manchester City; hardly the words to conjure up sympathy within the ranks of football supporters. ‘How could anyone be depressed on a million a month?’ ‘£198,000 a week. Depressing times indeed’ said disgruntled readers on the Daily Mirror’s website. There’s been a lot of confusi […]

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Man City will never match the Arsenal ‘invincibles’

November 8, 2011

City talisman Yaya Toure stated in a recent interview that his team can match the Arsenal of 2004 and go unbeaten in this years Premier League. He said in a launch of Puma’s African National Cup kits, “We hope we can continue unbeaten, we are playing fantastic football.” Although the blue side of Manchester have […] […]

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The rise and fall of Carlos Tevez

September 29, 2011

Oh how they laughed when Fergie shelled out £30 million on Dimitar Berbatov, whilst seemingly allowing Carlos Tevez to see out his loan deal and move to their bitter rivals. Back in the 08-09 season, where Tevez was struglling for games due to Fergie’s insistance on pairing Berbatov with Rooney, there was a lot of debate as to […]

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Hang Tevez out to dry

September 28, 2011

I think Graeme Souness restrained himself magnificently when describing Carlos Tevez after the striker’s refusal to come off the bench for Man City in Munich. The former Liverpool hero described the Argentine as a “bad apple” and says the club need to get rid of him ASAP. Now I’m probably not alone in thinking that […] […]

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Expensive price for home grown talent

July 28, 2011

There has been a recent large outlay of money for home grown players between English Clubs. In many peoples view the money exchanged for certain players has been described as ‘excessive’. Names including James Milner, Andy Carroll, Stewart Downing and Jordan Henderson have all crossed the £20 million plus threshold. The reason for the recent [ […]

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Will Fabregas Ever Bugger Off?

July 22, 2011

Gossip Gordon has come out of retirement to address the pressing matters of the transfer market. Gordon knows that half of these rumours are probably made-up by the cleaner at The Sun or, in a bygone era, were probably found out by certain chaps listening in on intimidate phone calls between Kevin Keegan and Alan […] […]

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Modern Day Football: Fan Power

July 20, 2011

Wherever and whenever I go somewhere and begin to talk to people about football the usual negative comments about football is given: “Footballs not what it was back in my day” or the new classic “Footballers are paid too much money”. In all honesty it’s very true. Modern football is not a sport nowadays, it’s […] […]

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Which transfer saga are you most bored of?

July 15, 2011

Bored, bored, bored, bloody bored. Anyone else bored of the transfer window? I don’t care if Fabregas joins Barcelona any more, I used to care, obviously, I’m an Arsenal fan. I’m not sure how many more images or rumours of Cesc licking his Catalan mates bums I can take, these are only rumours of course, […] […]

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Mark Hughes abandons Fulham FC. Why?

June 3, 2011

They defended him, they worked their socks off for him and praised him in front of Mohammed Al Fayed when he demanded why the club was in the relegation zone at Christmas. The players rallied together in strong spirit, digging the club out of bad league form with booming away wins at Stoke, Birmingham and […] […]

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