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Carlos Tevez Wants Out of Manchester City; Sam Allardyce Wants In, Somewhere

Carlos Tevez handed in his tranfer request this weekend to Manchester City. Maybe it's time for a new billboard then. (Courtesy Johnny Vulkan)

By Kevin Koczwara

Okay Carlos Tevez, I believe you want to be closer to your family, your daughters and your home. I can understand how angry you are that you have to play alongside Mario Balotelli and his ugly haircut. I understand Roberto Mancini isn’t Sir Alex and Manchester City may have all the money in the world, but its a club without a plan, and you are a man with a plan.

I got all that. In fact, I side with you. Who would want to live in Manchester when your best buds are having a great time scoring for fun, making millions, and playing in the Champions League with Barcelona.

But, Carlos I have to say, at £230,000 a week with bonuses, I would stick out another year or two at City and maybe go home and buy Argentina for myself. Maybe Tevez could build a small island of his own to live on with his family with that kind of money. I know I am being shallow here, but come on.

Tevez hit the jackpot with City, and he should have known it would have been one big bust up going in and taken the money from somewhere else if the ride was going to be this bumpy.

Tevez now knows, written promises and clauses are always better than a business man’s shake.

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Newcastle Returns to the Premier League

Newcastle celebrates its title in the Championship last season. The win helped the club regain promotion after a year outside of the Premiership.

By Cameron Dickinson

July, 25 2009 is a day that has become infamous for newly promoted Newcastle United and its fans. July 25 was both the club’s lowest ebb for decades and the spark that ignited the push for an immediate return to the top flight.

That day saw Newcastle crash to a humiliating 6-1 defeat at the hands of Leyton Orient in a friendly at Brisbane Road, capping a miserable season in the Premier League which saw it relegated without little more than a whimper on the last day at Villa Park.

The Northeast club was for sale, without a manager and in disarray from top to bottom because no one knew who was going to be in charge in time for the start of the season. Continue reading

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