Manchester United legend and current sky sports pundit Gary Neville has said that he cannot understand the reasons behind Carlos Tevez’ bad behaviour with Manchester City. Carlos Tevez refused to play for Manchester city in the match against Bayern Munich in the Champions League. Manchester City found Carlos Tevez guilty of a breach of contract in an investigation, and subsequently fined him to the tune of £ 1.2 million. Even though the fine has been reduced after the intervention of the Premier league, Carlos Tevez still has lost a lot of money in his fight with Manchester City.
Gary Neville is regarded as one of the greatest professionals of the modern era. He made his debut for Manchester United in the early 1990s and continued to play for the Old Trafford club until recently. Now a pundit at sky sports, Gary Neville has said that he cannot understand the reasons for the bad behaviour of Carlos Tevez with Manchester City. Carlos Tevez, who used to play for Manchester United, left Old Trafford after falling out with the club. He was initially expected to leave Manchester City, but in a dramatic turn of events, has returned to Eastlands.
“His latest interview, where he compared his treatment to a dog, was the furthest from an apology I’ve ever heard. In response, Mancini seems to be pouring a bucket of cold water on the idea that Carlos can walk straight back into the team. I’ve played with Carlos and he is not a bad person at heart. But he broke the cardinal rule that you don’t burn your bridges in life,” Gary Neville said in a recent interview. He display much expected that Carlos Tevez would make a huge difference to Manchester City upon his return to the first-team action.