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Mancini open to Tevez return

Discussion in 'Manchester City' started by noelyf, Feb 12, 2012.

  1. noelyf

    noelyf VIP Member

    [h=1][​IMG][/h] Sunday, 12 February 2012


    Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini appears ready to welcome Carlos Tevez back into the fold and aid his side's Barclays Premier League title bid.


    Tevez has not played for City since becoming embroiled in a dispute with the club in September following his failure to warm up during a Champions League encounter with Bayern Munich.


    The Argentinian, who has been in his homeland without the club's permission since November, had appeared set to leave City during the January transfer window but, despite interest from Inter Milan, AC Milan and Paris St Germain, no move was forthcoming.



    Now it appears as though Mancini - having once stated Tevez would not play for the club again - is ready to give the 28-year-old a way back in at the Etihad Stadium.


    Mancini, who has seen his options up front limited by Mario Balotelli's four-match suspension, told a briefing for the Sunday newspapers: "Everyone knows that Tevez is a top player and it probably would have been better for us if he'd been here.


    "Carlos can change a lot of games. If he comes back next week, maybe he can help us in the last three months.


    "I don't know if he is in good condition or not. I don't think so because he hasn't played for four months. But Carlos recovers strength very quickly.


    "Carlos knows the situation. If he comes back, we talk. Why not? I don't have a problem."
     
  2. jodav

    jodav VIP Member

    I used to like Tevez, but now i think he is like one of them pieces of dog poo you sometimes accidentally step on. You know the ones, they are fairly fresh, all slimy and you tend to slide along a bit on them, and they suddenly let out an enormous reek out of nowhere once the surface has broke, and what a reek it is too. And when you find a piece of grass to try and scrape it off the bottom of your shoe, all that happens is you get big clods of grass and mud stuck to your shoe also, and the smell just seems to get worse, and you just hope no one is looking cos you feel all embarrassed.

    Yeh I used to like Tevez,
    jodav :)
     
  3. wheelo

    wheelo Super Moderator Staff Member Forum Supporter

    It might be a little more difficult than first thought, considering Tevez, at an interview at the airport reportedly said that Mancini treated him like a dog, and also told lies about the situation to the press, he is only coming back to Manchester to "set the record straight", or so he says.
    Can't say I give a sh1t, if he can provide the final push towards our first Premier league title. there have been many players at City that I didn't like, but if they did a job, I just got over it.
     
  4. loveitblue

    loveitblue Member

    What we wouldnt give for Mancini or Tevez now.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     

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