Carlos Tevez is warned not to leave Manchester United
It all goes wrong when you exit Old Trafford, just ask these guys
Manchester United chief executive David Gill has arrogantly suggested that Carlos Tevez’s career will go downhill if he walks away from Old Trafford.
He said: ”The game is littered with players who have left us, for whatever reason, who say after Manchester United it is downhill. Hopefully they get the right advice, they understand that and make the right decision.”
However, The Spoiler instantly thought of two courageous souls who somehow bounced back from the supposedly indescribable pain of leaving. Diego Forlan was the top La Liga scorer in 2004-05 and has this season scored a ridiculous 31 goals in 31 league starts with ten assists, while Ruud van Nistelrooy has won the title twice with Real Madrid and finished as top-scorer two years ago.
Phil Neville is also probably going to find leading Everton out as captain for this weekend’s FA Cup far more rewarding than sitting on the bench as he did when the Red Devils won it against Millwall five years ago.