Carlos Tevez has written a note of thanks to Juventus fans on Instagram, after leaving the Old Lady for his first love Boca Juniors. The Argentine spent two seasons with the Old Lady in Turin, where he won two Serie A titles, finishing as the club’s top scorer on both occasions. Show More Summary
While Juventus supporters will rightly lament the exits of Andrea Pirlo and Carlos Tevez, there is little doubt the Italian champions have worked quickly in an attempt to lessen the impact the departure of those two great players might...Show More Summary
Juventus have devised a new transfer market tactic in the wake of Carlos Tevez’s exit, according to Tuttosport. The Italian paper claim that the Juve hierarchy have been left reeling by Tevez’s return to Argentina to play for Boca; at...Show More Summary
The past 12 months have seen much change at Juventus, with last year’s coaching change perhaps the chief difference. While the club’s continued domestic success appears to be a foregone conclusion, the departure of Antonio Conte was expected to have a far deeper impact that it eventually did. Show More Summary
Carlos Tevez scored the winning penalty Saturday as Argentina edged Colombia in the Copa America quarter-finals, and the newly returned Boca Juniors forward was at his cheeky best in training. Even in a drill, the front to pull off a flick through the legs like this is something. Show More Summary
Once again, Carlos Tevez is becoming a key man this summer, both on and off the pitch. After a fine season with Juventus, Tevez is reportedly on his way back to Boca Juniors, the club where he came through the ranks and has been threatening to return to pretty much since leaving Argentina. Show More Summary
In Europe we’re spoilt with most of the very best talents in the world game, but that doesn ’t make it any less disappointing when we lose one. All footballers and all people, whether it involves moving continents, countries, citiesShow More Summary
Argentina and Colombia were forced to play out the Copa America’s first penalty shootout last night, as the sides couldn’t be separated after 90 minutes. Carlos Tevez fired Argentina into the Copa semi-final with a sudden death strike, but the kicks that preceded him were of varying quality. Show More Summary
Four years ago, Carlos Tevez was the villain of the piece as Argentina crashed out of the Copa America on home turf. But fate has a funny way of redeeming itself, and the striker proved to be the Albiceleste hero as he finally endedShow More Summary
Argentina and Colombia played out a dramatic penalty shootout in the Copa America quarter final last night, which the Albiceleste won courtesy of Carlos Tevez’s sudden death strike. Nerves were manifestly on a knife edge, as both sides fluffed spot kicks: Biglia and Rojo missed for Argentina; Muriel, Zúñiga and Murillo missed for Los Cafeteros. Show More Summary
Boca Juniors have confirmed the signing of Carlos Tevez via Twitter, welcoming their returning hero home with a series of Tweets last night. Fittingly, just after Boca had confirmed the deal, Tevez went on to score the winning penalty in the shootout against Colombia, firing Argentina into the Copa America semi-final. Show More Summary
The Copa America 2015 has been full of high drama, and last night’s quarter final between Argentina and Colombia continued in the same vein. With the sides deadlocked at 0-0 after 90 minutes, the game went straight to a penalty shootout, forgoing extra-time, as per the experimental rules at this tournament. Show More Summary
Carlos Tevez scores the winning spot-kick as Argentina beat Colombia on penalties to reach the Copa America semi-finals.
Boca Juniors have confirmed the signing of Juventus striker Carlos Tevez, bringing to a close a two-year spell at Juve in which he won two Serie A titles and reached the Champions League final. Boca's president Daniel Angelici confirmed the news on ESPN Argentina on Friday, per The Associated Press via the Guardian. Show More Summary
Former Manchester United, Manchester City and West Ham striker Carlos Tevez rejoins Boca Juniors from Juventus.
Carlos Tevez is going back to Argentina to play with his first love Boca Juniors. The news was confirmed by Boca General Secretary Cesar Martucci on Argentine radio AM 1050 yesterday, during an interview in which he all but made an exclusive announcement – possibly without the go-ahead from Juventus. Show More Summary
If the forward leaves Juventus to join Boca Juniors in his native Argentina, it would leave the Italian club with a huge gap to fill.
Carlos Tevez 's future is the subject of rumours this summer, but the Argentinian may have dropped the biggest hint when he was asked about a return to Boca Juniors. Tevez was questioned after Argentina's Copa America win over Jamaica,...Show More Summary
There is little doubt remaining over just how important Carlos Tevez has been for Juventus over the past two seasons. Since arriving in Turin in August 2013, the Argentinian striker has been the club’s best and most influential player,...Show More Summary
Rumours are rife that Carlos Tevez is finally heading back to the club he adores above all others: Boca Juniors. Tevez has just come off a stellar season at Juventus where he played a key role in winning the Italian double as The Old Lady came so close to bagging the triple. Show More Summary