Carlos Tevez has launched a stinging attack on England coach and former Manchester United team mate Gary Neville, according to the Liverpool
Gary Neville who alongside his England duties is also a pundit for Sky TV and has plans to build a 139-bed hotel in the shadow of Old Trafford including a rooftop football pitch and Tevez have seemingly been at odds since the Argentinian’s move across Manchester.
Whilst speaking to The Sun on Sunday, Tevez said: “Can you imagine Spain, Italy, Germany, Holland, Brazil or Argentina employing a manager’s right-hand man whose day job is a television pundit? I can’t ever see it happening. This week, I saw that Gary is part of a venture to build a new hotel in Manchester. How does that benefit England and Roy Hodgson?
“He should be out there watching games in the Premier League or the Championship, reporting back on current players and those who might play a part in the World Cup and beyond. He should also be turning up at clubs, watching their sessions, seeing how top class coaches work and how England players respond to them.”
Tevez played in the Manchester City team that won 2-1 at the Etihad Stadium today against Tottenham Hotspur, with goals from Sergio Aguero and Eden Dzeko bringing Roberto Mancini’s side the three points.
The Argentina international moved across Manchester from Old Trafford in the summer of 2009. The move stirred the bad blood between the two sides that clearly hasn’t settled down yet.
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