Chinese Super League clubs spent big to bring in the likes of Carlos Tevez and Oscar - but with a new transfer tax in place, has the bubble burst?
The difference between Liverpool’s Mo Salah, Saido Mane and Roberto Firmino and Manchester United former strike force of Wayne Rooney, Carlos Tevez and Cristiano Ronaldo, according to Rooney. During Sky Sports’ Monday Night FootballShow More Summary
Shanghai (AFP) – Disgusted Chinese football fans branded Carlos Tevez “Very Homesick Boy” but they have an altogether fonder nickname for his fellow Argentine Javier Mascherano, “Pony Brother”. The 33-year-old Mascherano last weekShow More Summary
Buenos Aires (AFP) – Argentinian striker Carlos Tevez described his time at Chinese club Shanghai Shenhua as a “holiday”, after returning to boyhood club Boca Juniors for a third spell last week. The 33-year-old was widely criticised...Show More Summary
Argentina striker Carlos Tevez describes his disappointing time in the Chinese Super League as a "vacation".
Shanghai (AFP) – Chinese FA Cup winners Shanghai Shenhua shrugged off their disappointment over Carlos Tevez’s disappointing stint to pluck a doctor from Real Madrid and a German assistant coach formerly with Bayern Munich. Argentine...Show More Summary
Boca Juniors and Carlos Tevez have sealed their reconciliation after the striker left for China one year ago
Buenos Aires (AFP) – Carlos Tevez hopes to turn back the clock and use his return to Boca Juniors as a springboard to get back in the Argentina team for this year’s World Cup in Russia. “I have a few years of football left, being in a World Cup for a player of my age would be something very nice,” Tevez said. Show More Summary
Shanghai (AFP) – Argentine star Carlos Tevez arrived in Shanghai to a hero’s welcome but sneaked out of China less than a year later and has now sealed a return to Boca Juniors. The 33-year-old, whose former clubs include ManchesterShow More Summary
Shanghai (AFP) – Carlos Tevez has three weeks to resolve his future at Shanghai Shenhua with the handsomely paid Argentine forward expected back with the rest of the squad by December 26. The 33-year-old, who earns some of the highest...Show More Summary
Shanghai (AFP) – Carlos Tevez’s troubled spell in China looks to be over after flying home to Argentina — just as his side Shanghai Shenhua won the FA Cup. The 33-year-old Argentine forward has had a miserable 11 months in China despite earning some of the highest wages in world football, an estimated 730,000 euros a week. Show More Summary
Shanghai (AFP) – Expensive flop Carlos Tevez could leave China soon, but other foreigners pining for a move in World Cup year may be disappointed by clubs desperate to retain their pricey stars. The unsettled Argentine, branded “very...Show More Summary
Shanghai (AFP) – Carlos Tevez has lost several kilos in weight and wants to prove himself to sceptical Chinese fans who have booed him and labelled him “very homesick boy”, his club Shanghai Shenhua said on Thursday. The former Argentina...Show More Summary
Sydney (AFP) – Australia coach Ange Postecoglou was urged to stay loyal to the World Cup hopefuls Tuesday after he was linked with a big-money move to Carlos Tevez’s Shanghai Shenhua in China. The 52-year-old has failed to confirm or...Show More Summary
Shanghai (AFP) – When Carlos Tevez emerged in airport arrivals in Shanghai he had a bunch of flowers thrust into his hands and his signing was heralded as a coup for Chinese football. A blue Shanghai Shenhua scarf was thrown around his...Show More Summary
Shanghai (AFP) – Shanghai Shenhua’s new coach compared his demoralised club to Manchester United after they were thrashed 6-1 at rivals Shanghai SIPG in China’s biggest derby. Carlos Tevez climbed off the bench for the second half to...Show More Summary
Shanghai (AFP) – “Overweight” Carlos Tevez climbed off the bench and scored but could not prevent Shanghai Shenhua getting hammered 6-1 at rivals Shanghai SIPG on Saturday in China’s biggest derby. The 33-year-old Argentine, among the...Show More Summary
Shanghai (AFP) – Carlos Tevez has shown a better attitude and is doing extra training of his own will, the coach of Chinese club Shanghai Shenhua said Friday, days after he called the Argentine overweight. Wu Jingui, who took over this week after Gus Poyet quit on Monday, vowed that Chinese football would see “a different Tevez” from now on. Show More Summary
Ex-Manchester United and Manchester City forward Carlos Tevez is "overweight", says Shanghai Shenhua coach Wu Jingui.
Shanghai (AFP) – Handsomely paid Carlos Tevez is overweight and will not play again for Shanghai Shenhua until he gets fit, the Chinese club’s new coach has warned. The 33-year-old Tevez is one of the best-paid players on the planetShow More Summary