Boca Junior’s striker Carlos Tevez has had a successful career and his recent performances for his Argentine club in recent weeks show that the ex-Manchester United and Juventus player is showing no signs of wear and tear even at the age of 36. In his prime, Carlos Tevez was one of the most lethal strikers in world football.

Tevez has played for some of the biggest clubs in the world from Manchester United to Juventus to Manchester City to Corinthians to Boca Juniors. He’s currently in his second spell at Argentine top flight team Boca Juniors whom he joined from Shanghai Shenshua of China two years ago.Continue reading

It has been over ten years since Carlos Tevez made that controversial switch from one Manchester side to another. We will never really know what occurred when he left Manchester United and join local rivals City – Tevez claimed one thing, United claimed another. However, one thing is certain and that is that Sir Alex Ferguson was wrong when he said that the Argentine was not worth £25 million.

He Has Had a Great Career

Tevez, despite his controversies, has had a fantastic career. From his early days playing in South America to his heroics at West Ham in the Premier League, all the way to when he was scoring for fun at Juventus in the Serie A, the Argentine has proved himself time and time again. At one stage in his career, he was the highest paid player in the world, albeit for a short period of time.Continue reading

Former Milan CEO Adriano Galliani claims that one of his biggest regrets was with Carlos Tevez not joining AC Milan when he was at the club. AC Milan were under the control of former Italian president Silvio Berlusconi before it was sold to Asian investors.

This brought an end to a 30-year regime at the club and it also saw the departure of Galliani. Galliani was famously responsible for procuring a number of deals throughout his time at the club, but he says that his biggest regret would be to not bring Carlos Tevez to the San Siro.Continue reading


The Independent

Manchester United transfer news: Carlos Tevez prevents Boca Juniors teammate joining Red Devils
The Independent
Carlos Tevez has inadvertently stopped his old club Manchester United from signing Juventus-bound Boca Juniors teammate Rodrigo Bentancur. Tevez, who won two Premier League titles at Manchester United before moving to rivals City, joined Boca …
Manchester United see move for Boca Juniors starlet Rodrigo Bentancur stall – all thanks to Carlos TevezMirror.co.uk
Man Utd transfer news: How Carlos Tevez scuppered a Rodrigo Bentancur dealMetro
Manchester United thwarted in bid for Juventus-bound Rodrigo Bentancur thanks to Carlos TevezDaily Mail
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Express.co.uk

Patrice Evra: This is what really annoyed me about Carlos Tevez's move to Manchester City
Express.co.uk
Tevez joined Manchester United in the summer of 2007 and won eight honours including two Premier League titles and the Champions League during two seasons. But he made the controversial switch to United's cross-town rivals Manchester City in 2009 …
Man Utd news: Patrice Evra reveals anger at Carlos Tevez when he joined Man CityMetro
Man Utd News: Patrice Evra reveals how he and Carlos Tevez annoyed FergieDaily Star
Patrice Evra reveals that Sir Alex Ferguson didn't approve of Carlos Tevez friendshipLong Beach City College Viking

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The Sun

Sevilla and Boca Juniors share seven goals in honour of tragic Antonio Puerta
The Sun
Carlos Tevez shines Sevilla and Boca Juniors share seven goals in yearly trophy in honour of Antonio Puerta's tragic death. Spanish midfielder sadly passed away at age of 22 back in 2007, and his former club pay tribute with annual friendly. Video.
Tevez double gives Boca friendly winTimes of India

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Luton On Sunday

Luton Town: Carlos Tevez-topping Danny Hylton wants Oxford FA Cup showdown
Luton On Sunday
Luton striker Danny Hylton wants a juicy FA Cup draw against former side Oxford United and a good goal run in the competition to rival the year he pipped former Manchester City ace Carlos Tevez to the golden boot. The Hatters hotshot – who moved to …

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India Today

Carlos Tevez deserves Argentina recall, says Diego Maradona
India Today
Tevez has struggled for form in the recent weeks, scoring just once in five appearances for Boca Juniors in the current Primera Division season. But 1986 World Cup winner Maradona said the 32-year-old still has plenty to offer the national team after

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GiveMeSport

Patrice Evra discusses Carlos Tevez's move to Man City in 2013
GiveMeSport
It takes a certain type of character who is willing to move from one club directly to their local rivals. In fact, no player is probably more suited to pulling off such a stunt than Carlos Tevez. The Argentine maverick made the risky switch from

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