Tevez looking to help Boca Juniors

Boca Juniors was the first top club that Carlos Tevez signed and performed with. At the age of 16 Tevez had already made his debut as a player of Boca Juniors. The Argentinean attacker went on making more appearances and scoring more goals until he was offloaded to the Brazilian club Corinthians for a fee of US$16 million.

His career extended on from different clubs in distinct leagues from around including the Premier League where he played in Manchester United and Manchester City until finally arriving to the Italian side Juventus.

Even at the age of 30, Carlos Tevez is a consistent goal-scorer and arguably one of the most important players for the Italian club.

Despite having played in a number of top clubs from all over Europe, Carlos Tevez is an eternal fan and supporter of the first club he joined, which was Boca Juniors and he has expressed his desire to retire in the Argentinean side. Daniel Angelici is the president of the club and he said that Boca Juniors will be open to the idea of allowing Carlos Tevez spend the last few years of his career at the club where he made his debut at the age of 16.

”Let’s see if Tevez comes back next year, I’ll talk to him and see if it’s a good time. He wants to end his career at Boca. I am convinced he will join Boca when his current contract ends; he will end his career at Boca. He gave me his word he will return, but he won’t be our next signing as he is still under contract with Juventus.” Daniel Angelici said.

Not too long ago, Carlos Tevez responded to questions that were launched at him concerning where he would like the spend the remaining years and seasons of his career and the Argentinean attacker did not hesitate in saying that he would like to spend it with Boca Juniors.

“My future? I confirm what I’ve always said, that I want to end my career at Boca Juniors, but I am taking it one day at a time.” Tevez told the press.

The current contract of Carlos Tevez with Juventus expires in 2016.

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Boca Juniors Sack Bianchi

Argentine club Boca Juniors have decided to part company with manager Carlos Bianchi after just five matches of the season. This decision has been taken because of Boca Juniors’ poor form in the season that could threaten their position in the league once again. Regarded as one of the top clubs in South America, Boca Juniors have not made a great start to the new season. The team has managed just two wins in the last five league matches and this run also includes three defeats. As a result, the club sits 14th in the table. Even though there is still a long way to go in the season, South American club usually tend to change their manager at the slightest hint of poor form.

The club president Daniel Angelici says that he has taken the decision along with the board of directors and it was very difficult to come to this conclusion. Apart from the poor start in the league campaign, Boca Juniors were also recently knocked out of the Copa Argentina. This was after a 2-0 defeat suffered at the hands of Huracán. It is understood that Boca Juniors decided to part company with their manager before the match against Vélez Sarsfield, but the official decision has come only after the match.

“We have to inform you of a very difficult decision taken unanimously by the board. First I would like to thank Carlos personally for accepting the challenge to return to the club for the third time. It is with great pain that we have taken the decision to rescind Carlos’ contract, but we understand that we have to bring this spell to an end and tomorrow start to look for a trainer,” said Daniel Angelici. Boca Juniors are unlikely to have a new manager before the Copa Sudamericana match against Rosario Central.

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Tevez wants to end career with Boca Juniors

Former Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez has reiterated his love for Boca Juniors and insisted he wants to end his career at the Argentine giants.

Tevez, who currently plays for Italian giants Juventus, has said that he has his heart set on a move to his boyhood club where he made his name after making his debut as a professional as a fresh faced 16 year old back in 2001.

The former Manchester United and West Ham United striker left Boca for the Brazilian Serie A with Corinthians in a big money move in 2004 before moving to the Premier League along with Argentine team mate Javier Mascherano in 2006 to link up with West Ham United.

The 30 year old, who joined Juventus last season, has been in fine form for the Italian giants as he helped them secure their third successive Serie A title in his very first season in Italy. He still has two year left on a three year deal and has expressed a willingness to return to Argentina with Boca Juniors when the deal expires.

Speaking to a Spanish newspaper, Tevez said that the only club he could ever imagine himself playing for in Argentina is Boca. He added that it is known that it is his dream to return to the club, but he mentioned that he doesn’t when it will be. However, he knows one thing for sure and that is he will retire at the club.

Tevez scored nineteen goals in his first season at Serie A as Juventus clinched their 32nd title but the Italian club doesn’t want to part ways with the player anytime soon and will move quickly to offer a new contract to ward delay his move to his beloved Boca Juniors as long as they possibly can.

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Bianchi Wants To Do Better For Boca Juniors.

Carlos Bianchi was appointed as the coach of Boca Juniors in 2013 but the Argentinean tactician has failed on securing a single title and the current season will see them finishing in the middle section of the league while their rivals River Plate are one the verge of clinching the silverware.

Bianchi is recognized by FIFA as Argentina’s top-scorer in the history of first division tournaments of the world as he was able to score 385 goals during his playing career but he has not enjoyed the same kind of success being in charge of Boca Juniors.
The 65 years old manager spoke about his situation in the club in a press conference.

‘’The fans of the club are aware that if I leave Boca Juniors I will not be coming back. I feel more motivated to win than a few months before, I want to give the fans something to cheer for’’. Carlos Bianchi said.

Although it has been less than 2 years since Bianchi was appointed as the head coach of Boca Juniors, the pressure and rumors are already starting to build up as to whether or not he will be remaining in his current role for any significant period of time longer and the president of the club, Daniel Angelici has given Bianchi an ultimatum.

‘’We believe in the capacity of Carlos Bianchi but the results have not demonstrated it. Everyone in the club respects him and knows about everything that he has to offer for Boca Juniors but we need positive results. In June we will start evaluating how the club is situated and take a decision as to who is going to be in charge of the squad’’. Daniel Angelici stated.
There already are rumors of Gerardo Martino being the next coach of Boca Juniors if Carlos Bianchi is unable on securing positive results in the upcoming matches of the club.

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DIAZ IS HAPPY

The manager of River Plate, Ramon Diaz, is happy with how his team has performed in the previous few matches, but, he has admitted that it’s close to impossible for them to win the league from here on.

River Plate’s performance in the first half of the ongoing season was pretty mediocre and thus, they got pushed behind so much that even with some impressive outings in the recent past, they have not been able to get themselves back into the race for the title.

In their last three matches, the Millionaires have defeated three fantastic teams in the Argentine top flight i.e. Lanus, Boca Juniors and Newell’s Old Boys. Now, in their next match on the upcoming Sunday, they will take on Belgrano de Cordoba.

Although, Diaz refused to say anything about what will be his first XI in that game but, it is believed that he would not make too many changes in the XI that had taken the ground first up in the last match against Newell’s Old Boys.

Speaking to the press yesterday, Diaz said, “We have secured three consecutive wins and thus, the spirit in the camp has gone high, but, it’s very difficult for us to lift the trophy even with so many positive results of late. However, yes, it’s important to keep getting those points so that we finish well.”

“In the top flight here in Argentina, you have to be alert all the time, otherwise, you go down. There is no room for complacency here.”

River plate has played 30 matches in the Argentine Primera Division so far this season out of which they have won 11, lost 11, while, the remaining 8 matches have ended in the form of draws. They have to play 8 more matches.

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