Carlos Tevez changes his mind about wanting more first team football
Argentinean no longer worried about warming the bench
At the time of his messy divorce with the Red Devils, Carlos Tevez’s agent Kia Joorabchian claimed his client’s move was motivated primarily by a desire for first team football.
Now that he has received his
pay day at dream transfer to Eastlands, however, featuring on the team sheet every week is no longer a priority. Shortlist Magazine discovered this much when asking the wet dog-alike if he feels threatened by the competition to start at his new side:
When you are at a top club with top players you understand that a big squad is needed and you won’t play every game.
This change of tune is likely to raise eyebrows, much like his surprising post-transfer revelation that Alex Ferguson never spoke to him (something we disproved here).
Elsewhere in the interview, Tevez reveals that he is looking to buy Cristiano Ronaldo’s old house, and that he is a “family man who doesn’t do anything interesting enough to get in the papers”. Natalia Fassi and Mariana Paesani would probably disagree.
Shortlist also ask the whether he is worried about getting stick from Manchester Utd fans:
No, my relationship with the United fans was always excellent. They were very supportive of me, and they will always be close to my heart. I hope I will get a good reception, because I am very fond of them and we had a good understanding.
Read the rest of the interview here