been very well handled by City IMO
they need him playing to have any hope of ever selling him for what they want, he needs to be playing to earn in the short term and have any hope of playing for another top side.
when you look at it from that angle, tevez was never gonna be able to afford to out-strop Citys owners.
great player IMO.Posted 6 years ago
Plenty of clubs would be happy to sign him Hora, but they simply can’t afford it. City’s squillions of pounds have skewed the transfer market to such a ridiculous degree, that when it comes to transferring away from City, one of the following has to happen
1) City take a massive hit on the players ‘transfer value’
2) The player takes a massive hit on his ridiculous salary
3) Both of the above
Hence the Robinho debacle, City paying for Bellamy to play for Cardiff, then going to Liverpool on a free, Adebayor on loan at Spurs and now this. Expect more too, as sidelined players don’t want to leave and other clubs simply can’t afford either their wages, or City’s ludicrously inflated valuations
There… I think I got that point across without betraying a hint of bitterness 😀Posted 6 years ago
Aye what Binners said and he is clearly a liability who tries to force moves away form teams IMHO
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wonder if he will shake hands …. or shall we sack him
Perhpas you and SBZ [ city are meant to be the bitters btw] could write to the owners of your club and explain how their stance has disgraced your noble club?
Let it Go FFSPosted 6 years ago
or City’s ludicrously inflated valuations
Someone didn’t get 60million for a player not so long ago huh.
Then the fans call him a **** for wanting to move onto the next stage of his career to a club he always said he wanted to be a part of/dreamed of….after years of loyal service to Man U?Posted 6 years ago
Hora. You really do know **** all about football.
What on earth has Ronnie going to Real got to do with it? He’s the highest scorer in La Liga, and Real are as a result, well clear of Barca at the top. So… money well spent
And Real are probably the only club who could afford City’s crazy valuation of Tevez, and his quarter million weekly salary. And in all honesty… why the **** would they want him?!
Anyway… no point in having a pop at us. We’ve about as much clout in the present transfer market as Preston North EndPosted 6 years ago
yes but he was not paid so highly than no one could afford his wages or to buy him – he may be now though
The tevez sale is not going well is it, not even you can spin that one as a success.
In fact they have not really managed to sell any major player iirc
Rumour are they pay some of adebayors wage at Spurs for example
Binners we have the money if we want to spend just like Wenger 😉
Pretty sure we have spent a fair wad of late anywayPosted 6 years ago
Doesn’t work like that, I’m afraid Hora. Never underestimate the contrary and bloody-mindedness of children. Lily, in a bizarre reverse-glory-hunter move has decided she’s a Bolton fan. And we all know who’s to blame for that. Fran has at least stayed on the true path of rigteousnessPosted 6 years agoIHNMember
As much as City are possibly to blame for the current Tevez fiasco, United were equally dumb in letting him go in the first place.
He was a fantastic player for Utd, hard-working, never say die, dare I say it ‘United’ style players for a long time (unlike that lazy tart Berbatov) and the game of Billy Big Bollocks between Ferguson and Karoobchian (sp) that led to him walking has, in the long run, benefitted no-one.Posted 6 years ago
Junkyard, chill out,
ok lets shake on it and let it go 😉
Tevez left due to wages and his advisers getting more money each time he moves I assume [ some fee part of the wages etc]
He is a great player but he does seem to have a teeny weeny bit of stropiness running threough himPosted 6 years ago
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