Any chance of Tevez reconciliation?

GaudinoMotors

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A pretty awful couple of days - lots of understandable and deserved vitriol, condemnation and disgust at the actions (or inaction) of Tevez.

I was going to write "now the dust has settled" - but it clearly hasn't and there is a deep rooted repugnance from within the club, from the supporters and also from the majority of the media and other club's supporters.

The question is - are there any conceivable circumstances where it would be acceptable for Tevez to play for us again??

If Tevez was to genuinely - and in english - on his own and not through an interpreter or that slimey shit advisor, publicly apologise to Roberto, the Club, the Team, the supporters, and the game of football in general; if he was to repay all the costs and expenses of the travelling supporters; if he was to denounce his pathetic off pitch actions over the last few years as being misguided and wrong and sever all ties with kia joorabchian, if he was to accept a lenghy suspension and in that time improve himself and his relationship with the fans; if he was to make a large million pound (an amount that would actually mean something to someone of his wealth) donation to a charity of the clubs choosing - eg St Ann's, Macmillans, the New Children's Hospital - WOULD we consider allowing him back in the new year or next season?
 

Wellsblue21

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i don't think so, if he ever pulled on a city shirt again i'd contemplate a boycott
 

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Posted on an earlier thread:

If...IF...there's ever a "compromise" and Tevez ever does play for us again, then this is when the whole ground should do a "silent" Poznan, and just turn our backs on him...assuming he comes on as a sub.
 

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GaudinoMotors said:
A pretty awful couple of days - lots of understandable and deserved vitriol, condemnation and disgust at the actions (or inaction) of Tevez.

I was going to write "now the dust has settled" - but it clearly hasn't and there is a deep rooted repugnance from within the club, from the supporters and also from the majority of the media and other club's supporters.

The question is - are there any conceivable circumstances where it would be acceptable for Tevez to play for us again??

If Tevez was to genuinely - and in english - on his own and not through an interpreter or that slimey shit advisor, publicly apologise to Roberto, the Club, the Team, the supporters, and the game of football in general; if he was to repay all the costs and expenses of the travelling supporters; if he was to denounce his pathetic off pitch actions over the last few years as being misguided and wrong and sever all ties with kia joorabchian, if he was to accept a lenghy suspension and in that time improve himself and his relationship with the fans; if he was to make a large million pound (an amount that would actually mean something to someone of his wealth) donation to a charity of the clubs choosing - eg St Ann's, Macmillans, the New Children's Hospital - WOULD we consider allowing him back in the new year or next season?[/quote]


If that was the case then yes.
 

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NO! we would look like fools if we fell for his shit again.

Infact we WILL be fools if we start to bone him again.

How daft do the rags look? 1 min death threats, the next... chanting his name! Even Rooney is more loyal to his club than Tevez!
 

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Could be possible..

Think this a tevez v manchini problem more than a Tevez v MCFC
yes he wants to leave ..but so did Modric & Fabergas..from their clubs

a lack of communication by the coaching staff.& Bobby plus Bobby was stressed up add his latin temperament and it was always going to happen

NO! we would look like fools ...city V stockport macc bury..etc.. been there done it..WE ARE EXPERTS.

How daft do the rags look? chanting his name! Even Rooney is more loyal to his club than Tevez! He is also top goal scorer so far this season..

if a player like tevez was on the market city would want to buy him..
Everything is fair in love & war.. for the club it would be best if we could get a few more goals out of him... but thats all down to Bobby IF he wants him.
 

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