Carlos Tevez’s time in China goes from bad to worse as a Boca return looks inevitable

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Carlos Tevez has been problematical for virtually every club, but especially so in China where the footballer has been nothing but an expensive failure

“Chinese players are not as naturally skilled like South American or European players, players who learned football when they were kids. They’re not good. Even in 50 years, they still won’t be able to compete.”

If Carlos Tevez is trying to win over the increasingly skeptical Chinese public, his latest missive on French television will have done little to smooth relations.

There can be no doubting that so far Tevez’s highly publicized switch to Shanghai Shenhua has been an utter failure in every respect, other than for the 33-year-old’s bank account. But it is with this astonishing $850,000 a week salary in mind, that makes the attitude of a man still referred to in certain parts of Argentina as ‘El Jugador del Pueblo’ (The player of the people) most distasteful.

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