Carlos Tévez

Sunday, January 29, 2012

Before playing for Boca Juniors, Corinthians, West Ham United and Manchester United's Carlos Alberto Tévez is a professional soccer player from Argentina who played as a forward for English club Manchester City. Energy and level of player scoring goals since making it indispensable for the club in the eyes of fellow players and media alike.

In 2011, Tévez sought transfer away from Manchester for family reasons and quoting Sergio Agüero is designed as a replacement. But he remains a player City after his family moved back to Manchester with manager Roberto Mancini believes Tévez will stay for the foreseeable future.

Personal Information
Full name : Carlos Alberto Tévez
Date of birth : 5 February 1984 (age 27)
Place of birth : Ciudadela, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Height : 1.73 m (5 ft 8 in)
Playing position : Forward

Club Information
Current club : Manchester City
Number : 32

Early life
Tévez was born Carlos Alberto Martínez in Ciudadela, Buenos Aires, and raised in the neighborhood of Ejercito de Los Andes, better known as "Fuerte Apache". Tévez has a distinctive burn scar That runs down his neck from his right ear to his chest. After joining Boca Juniors, Tévez refused an offer from the club to have Them cosmetically improved, saying That the scars were the resource persons a part of who he was in the past and who he is today.

Club career

Boca Juniors
Tévez joined Boca Juniors at the age of sixteen, and made his senior debut on 21 October 2001 against Talleres de Córdoba. After winning the Copa Sudamericana, Copa Libertadores and Intercontinental Cup in 2003, he Departed the club after the 2005 season.

In January 2005, Tévez transferred to Corinthians for £ 13.7 million (15 million euros), and signed a five-year, £ 6.85 million contract following the Brazilian club's deal with Media Sports Investments. The deal was The Biggest transfer ever in South American football. Tévez captained the squad to the 2005 Campeonato Brasileiro, and he was named the league's best player by the Brazilian Football Confederation, Becoming the first non-Brazilian player to win the award since 1976.

West Ham United
 Tévez confirmed on his website on 31 August That Both he and Javier Mascherano were the resource persons signing for West Ham United on permanent deals for undisclosed fees. In April, after West Ham were the resource persons fined a record £ 5.5 million for breaching Premier League rules over the signings of Tévez and Mascherano, Tévez was Cleared to play for West Ham by the Premier League after changes were the resource persons made to a third party agreement related to him .

Manchester United and West Ham sought FIFA's assistance to rule on Tévez's ownership, but on 24 July, FIFA suggested That the case be Referred to the Court of Arbitration for Sport. Joorabchian intervened by issuing West Ham with a High Court writ ". to compel West Ham to release the registration of Carlos Tévez in accordance with contracts Entered into the between the parties. " However, the case never made it to court as the Premier League approved an agreement the between West Ham and MSI, in the which MSI would pay £ 2 million to West Ham, Who in turn Tévez released from his contract.

Manchester United
 Manchester United put forward a proposed two-year loan deal for Tévez, the which was approved on 10 August 2007. On 23 September, he scored his first goal in a 2-0 home victory against Chelsea. In November, the United manager Alex Ferguson has confirmed That the club wanted to sign Tévez Permanently. "He'll get me fifteen goals this season, and what's more, they'll be Goals Important." Tévez was greeted with an ovation and singing of "There's Only One Carlos Tévez" from the West Ham supporters upon his return to Upton Park for an away match (lost by Manchester United) on 29 December.

Tévez scored a total of five goals Successful During Manchester United's Champions League 2007-08 campaign. On 21 December, Tévez started for United in the 2008 FIFA Club World Cup final, the which United won 1-0 over Ecuadorean club LDU Quito, but he was substituted in the 51st minute for Jonny Evans after Nemanja Vidic was sent off. The following games for Manchester United was away at Wigan Athletic. After the game, to the relief of most United fans, Alex Ferguson Had Announced That the club commenced talks to sign Tévez on a permanent deal.

United chief executive David Gill suggested That Tévez's future would be resolved by early June 2009. Although United Agreed to meet the option fee of £ 5.25 million and Offered Tévez a five-year contract That would have made him one of the club's top earners, Tévez's advisors informed the club That he no longer wished to play for Manchester United. Nevertheless, reports also emerged Tévez Had That ruled out signing for Liverpool, given the implications of a Manchester United player moving to join the north-west Their Rivals.

Manchester City
After protracted negotiations, Tévez signed a five-year contract with Manchester United's cross-town Rivals, Manchester City, after a medical on 14 July 2009. In signing for Manchester City, Tévez Became the first player to move the between the two Manchester clubs since Terry Cooke moved from United to City in 1999. After signing Tévez, the Manchester City erected a blue 'Welcome to Manchester' billboard with Tévez in the background.

Tévez scored his first and second Premier League goals for the club During a 3-1 win over his former club, West Ham United prompting City fans to imitate the chant 'Fergie, sign him up'. On 28 December he Continued his goal scoring run, scoring two against Wolverhampton Wanderers, making it nine goals in seven games for the striker.

On 19 January 2010, the City's Tévez headed spear attack as the club's former club and cross Defeated Rivals City Manchester United in the first leg of the League Cup semi-final at the City of Manchester Stadium. On 29 March 2010, Tévez scored his second Premier League hat-trick for Manchester City against Wigan in a 3-0 victory. Against Wigan Athletic, Tévez scored a goal in a 2-0 win.

On 20 December 2010, Tévez withdrew his transfer request and expressed his 'absolute commitment' to Manchester City following clear-the-air talks. On 26 December 2010 Tévez scored twice as City won 3-1 away at Newcastle United. Further goals against Leicester City, Wolves, West Brom, Birmingham City and Notts County took him to 50 goals for his club.

International Career
Tévez first came into Prominence with Argentina while playing in the FIFA U-17 World Championship. At the 2004 Olympic Games, he won the gold medal and scored eight goals (including the winner in the final) in six matches to be the top scorer of the competition. 

Tévez later apologised for the incident. In the last 16 of the 2010 FIFA World Cup held in South Africa, Tévez scored two goals against Mexico. His first goal was a header and he scored in controversial style as the assisted pass by Lionel Messi was offside but the linesman did not call it. Tévez scored his second goal of the game with a powerful shot from outside the box.

Sheffield United Controversy
Sheffield United were the resource persons were relegated after Their loss to Wigan Athletic on the final day of the 2006-07 season. The Premier League fined the Hammers a record £ 5.5 million ($ 9 million) in the signing of Tévez and compatriot Javier Mascherano. They were the resource persons found to have been partially-owned by businessman Kia Joorabchian's Media Sports Investment (MSI) company. Sheffield United first appealed to the league to be reinstated in the Premier League but failed so That They instead moved to exact a financial settlement.

Goal Celebrations
Tévez is known for his tango flares Celebrations ever since playing for Boca Juniors, as well with Corinthians of Brazil. Since his move to Manchester City, Tévez has Often performed a dance where he puts his hands together, bends down and rocks his body; this dance has been named after him as the "Tévez Dance".

Personal Life
Tévez and his wife, Vanesa, have two daughters together: Florencia and Katia. The group's most Successful hit, "Lose Your Control", charted in Argentina. On 6 February 2009, Tévez was stopped by Greater Manchester Police near junction 7 of the M60 motorway.


Tévez won numerous honours while playing for Manchester United
Tévez on the FA Cup victory parade in Manchester in May 2011


Boca Juniors
Primera División : 2003 Apertura
Copa Libertadores : 2003
Copa Sudamericana : 2004
Intercontinental Cup : 2003

Campeonato Brasileiro Série A : 2005

Manchester United
Premier League : 2007–08, 2008–09
FA Community Shield : 2008
UEFA Champions League : 2007–08
FIFA Club World Cup : 2008
Football League Cup : 2008–09

Manchester City
FA Cup : 2010–11

2004 Summer Olympics : Gold medal
South American U-20 Championship : 2003

Copa Libertadores Most Valuable Player : 2003
Silver Olimpia (Argentine Footballer of the Year) : 2003, 2004
Golden Olimpia (Argentine Sportsperson of the Year) : 2004
Olympic Golden Boot : 2004
CBF Campeonato Brasileiro Best Player : 2005
Placar Bola de Ouro : 2005
South American Footballer of the Year : 2003, 2004, 2005
Hammer of the Year : 2007
FA Premier League Player of the Month : December 2009
PFA Player of the Month : March 2010
Manchester City Official Supporter's Player of the Year : 2009–10
Manchester City Player's Player of the Year : 2009–10
Premier League Golden Boot : 2010–11

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