Date:12th December 2010 at 11:48am
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From when he left United to join Man City, it was obvious the Carlos Tevez story would have a massive conclusion.

For ages he had been talking of being homesick and being disillusioned with the game but him handing in a transfer request is still a shock.

It wasn’t too long ago one of our own did the same and the first people there to point and laugh where City fans. They boasted of having a Rooney/Tevez front line but whilst we had the likes of Sir Alex to try and solve the problem Bobby Manc doesn’t seem to garner the same respect from his players.

Well as they were quick to try and ridicule our situation I thought I would have a snoop around City forum Blue Moon to gauge the feeling. Sick, deluded and hilarious are just some of the words that could be used…

I’m more worried than that.
We played the worst club in the PL today. No decent club will allow Yaya Toure acres of space like that, and then oblige him to run around the last man back.
How often will he repeat that performance?
Frankly I think we’re f*cked. Our sole striker option is now a 20-year-old Italian who has mental issues and is constantly at risk of being sent off.

It gets better…

He can go. Tell you what I’d say to him:

“Hi Carlos, you hand it in, and you’re banished from property used by the club, you’re also fined your wages every week, and you’re not moving to an English club, and if you move to Real we’ll only sell you if we get Higuain and Ronaldo, if it’s Barca we want Messi and Villa, otherwise you can rot.”

Sick of his attitude, why can’t the Sheikh just get a henchman to put a bullet through Kia’s head? would solve everything.
Carlos, you’re a fool, and you’ll be shown up to be. We’re bigger than you, better than you and will carry on regardless and still win like we did today.
You, on the other hand will warm a bench somewhere.
Good luck. Now either grow up and be grateful for what you’ve got and f*ck Kia off, or f*ck off. Plain and simple.

Now whilst we could say no player is bigger than the club during the whole Rooney thing, I really don’t think they can.  Maybe he’ll perform a u-turn but the writing has been on the wall for City for a long time and maybe this will finally prove to them that you can spend as much as you want on players but you can’t really buy a team.

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