Carlos Tevez: Former striker of Manchester United, Manchester City and West Ham resigns | Football news

Carlos Tevez has confirmed that he is retiring from professional football at the age of 38 after the death of his father.

Tevez played in the Premier League from 2006 to 2013, helping to save West Ham from relegation in 2006-07 and swapped Manchester United with Manchester City in 2009.

He recently played at home in Argentina with the Boca Juniors Kids Club.

Tevez cited the loss of his father in early 2021 as a key part of his decision to stop playing, although there were proposals to continue, including in MLS.

The game last year was very difficult, but I managed to see my old man. I stopped playing because I lost fan number one.

Carlos Tevez

“I retired, it’s confirmed,” he said in an interview with America TV on Friday night. “They offered me a lot of things, including from the United States. But that’s it, I gave it my all.

“It was very difficult to play last year, but I managed to see my old man. I stopped playing because I lost number one fan.”

Tevez, who also plays for Juventus, Corinthians and Shanghai Shenhua, ended his career with 308 goals from 746 club games. He won 76 games for Argentina, scoring 13 goals.

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The infamous 'welcome to Manchester' billboard
The famous billboard “Welcome to Manchester”.

Anyone who thought Tevez would try to avoid controversy in England after his rich singles season with West Ham was greatly mistaken. Kia Joorabchian, the striker’s representative, fought to leave his client from Upton Park and eventually secured him a two-year loan at Manchester United.

Tevez’s time at Old Trafford was very productive and together with Wayne Rooney and Cristiano Ronaldo, he formed a deadly trio that helped United win the Premier League titles in 2008 and 2009 and also helped Sir Alex’s team. Ferguson to promote the Champions League and the club. The World Cup in 2008 and the League Cup in 2009.

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After Carlos Tevez announced his retirement, was Argentina part of the top three in the Premier League so far?

He scored 34 goals in 99 games for United and was offered the opportunity to stay at Old Trafford permanently, but turned down the opportunity in favor of a shocking move to bitter rivals Manchester City, who launched an ambitious recruitment campaign after the Sheikh Mansour a year earlier. City marked the arrival of Tevez with the famous billboard “Welcome to Manchester” in the city center.

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Looking back on the time when Gary Neville and Kia Jorabchiyan discussed the controversial departure of Tevez from Manchester United

Tevez scored 73 goals in 148 games for City, where he helped the FA Cup club in 2011 and their first Premier League title in 2012. But his time at the Etihad was no less dramatic than his time in the red half. Manchester, and saw him file a transfer request – which he later withdrew – in December 2010.

Less than a year later, Tevez was accused by City manager Roberto Mancini of refusing to get off the bench during a match against Bayern Munich. Tevez described the episode as a misunderstanding, but he was removed from the club and then put on gardening leave before eventually returning to Manchester nearly five months later.

Tevez was reintegrated into Mancini’s team and even played in the famous 3-2 victory over QPR, which secured the title in 2012, but eventually left the club in June 2013 when he signed a three-year contract with Juventus.

Sheffield United, West Ham and the saga of Tevez

Tevez’s surprise arrival in Upton Park with Javier Mascherano in August 2006 was described as a violation of Premier League rules on third-party ownership of players. The Hammers were fined £ 5.5 million for the offense, but were greatly spared a deduction of points, a decision that led them to face Sheffield United.

That would end with Tevez inspiring West Ham to safety on the last day of the 2006/07 season at the expense of the Blades, who had dropped out due to a goal difference and sent into a decade of decline whose scars are still deep.

Here’s a look back at how the Tevez saga unfolded …

August 31, 2006: West Ham stunned the world of football with the signatures of Carlos Tevez and Javier Mascherano on the day of the deadline. The contracts of the Argentine duo were previously held by the company of agent Kia Jorabchiyan, MSI.

West Ham boss Alan Pardew unveiled the signing of the Carlos Tevez and Javier Mascherano deadline in Upton Park in August 2006.
West Ham boss Alan Pardew unveiled the signing of the Carlos Tevez and Javier Mascherano deadline in Upton Park in August 2006.

March 2, 2007: The Premier League accuses West Ham of violating Rule B13 and Rule U18 in connection with the signings of Tevez and Mascherano.

April 4, 2007: The Premier League has appointed a three-member commission to investigate West Ham’s signings with Tevez and Mascherano.

April 27, 2007: West Ham are fined £ 5.5 million but are not stripped of their points after pleading guilty to violating Premier League rules. The verdict also ruled that “Carlos Tevez’s registration could be suspended by the Premier League”, but Tevez was later allowed to play in the Hammers’ remaining matches of the 2006/07 season.

May 13, 2007: The last day of the 2006/07 season. Tevez is scoring for the seventh time in his last 10 games at West Ham to secure a 1-0 victory over champions Manchester United at Old Trafford. The result ensured that West Ham avoided relegation at the expense of Sheffield United, who lost by a goal difference after a 2-1 defeat at home to Wigan.

July 3, 2007: Sheffield United filed “arbitration proceedings” against the Premier League on May 16, within three days of the last day of the season, in an attempt to overturn a decision not to deduct points from West Ham, but an arbitration committee rejected their claim for the Tevez Affair.

July 13, 2007: Sheffield United is investigating an appeal to the Supreme Court, but Blades’ attempt to obtain leave has been rejected.

August 16, 2007: Sheffield United have announced their intention to sue West Ham at the cost of relegation from the Premier League, a statement Hammers described as “desperate”.

September 23, 2008: An independent arbitration hearing ruled in favor of Sheffield United in their claim for damages from West Ham.

March 16, 2009: West Ham and Sheffield United have reached an out-of-court settlement to end their dispute over the transfer of Tevez.

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