Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Carlos Tévez professional footballer

Carlos Alberto Tévez was a footballer who was born in Ciudadela, Buenos Aires, Argentina on February 5, 1984 and played for one of the English club Manchester City and the Argentina national team. Previously, Tévez played for Boca Juniors, Corinthians, West Ham and Mancester United. He was transferred from Manchester United to the City in the summer of 2009 and became the first player to be transferred from the club in the same city since 1993. Tévez became the captain at the beginning of the 2010-2011 season and he has been steady play for the club because of a long relationship with Media Sports Investments who have a right to him. Tevez has made 59 appearances for the Argentina national team and scored 13 goals. In his personal life, Tévez was raised in an environment Ejercito de Los Andes, or better known as "Fuerte Apache" or earned the nickname "El Apache". Physical characteristic of burns can be seen that there is under the neck, from the right ear to the chest. As a child he accidentally splashed boiling water and causes a third-degree burns requiring intensive care for nearly two months. After joining Boca Juniors, Tévez refused to remove the scar because it is a hallmark and part of his past. Tevez married Vanesa and has two daughters, named Florencia and Katia. Tévez had trouble with the Greater Manchester Police on February 6, 2009 for driving without a license, his car was later confiscated by police. Each scored a goal, Tévez has always had a special feature of the tango and it's done since with Boca Juniors and Corinthians of Brazil. As with Manchester United, he did dance with a little doll who put in his mouth. When he joined Manchester City, Tévez perform different dances and dance goals he named it as "Tévez dance". [read more]