Liverpool will be the best club for Tevez

Old memories die hard. After all the joyous celebrations following West Ham’s escaping relegation comes the reality checks. Carlos Tevez is seeking his way out from West Ham after falling out with Alan Curbishley.
Tevez remembers Curbishley’s initial indifference to him. According to sources he thinks Curbishley is a bad manager and will only play in West Ham under someone else.
Chelsea, Man Utd, and Liverpool are now in the Tevez sweepstakes. Why would Liverpool be the best club for Tevez? Simple. Instant impact. Liverpool’s attack is sorely in need of resuscitation. Kuyt’s limitations were revealed in the Champions League, Crouch does not fit into Rafa’s plans, Bellamy has impulse control problems, Jermaine Pennant speeds down the flanks but his decision making is shoddy. Apart from Kuyt, the future of the other three in Liverpool are uncertain. A setting ripe for Tevez to take the attack by the scruff of the neck and become the holy terror around the goal that Liverpool so sorely need.
Rafa has a high regard for South American talent that seems to have largely escaped Sir Alex (apart from Veron) and Jose Mourinho (Alex and Alcides are still out on loan). Tevez has also probably taken note of the South American youth brigade that is descending on Anfield this season. Sebastian Leto from Lanus and Lucas Leiva from Gremio, two very highly rated prospects will join Emiliano Insua, already in as a 2006 transfer from Boca Juniors. Javier Mascherano, under Rafa is coming into his own and cementing his place on the first squad. He was easily the best player on the Liverpool team in the CL finals. One of Tevez’s considerations is his development as a player. Benitez as manager of Valencia and Liverpool, has been exceptional in honing young talent like Pablo Aimar, Luis Garcia, Xabi Alonso, Mohammed Sissoko, Curro Torres, and Mista.
Tevez will bring to Anfield, not only his undoubted creativity and talent but also the essential Liverpudlian qualities of grit and tenacity, abundantly on display at West Ham. With Rafa demanding the keys to the bank, Tevez might also be an exceptionally wealthy man this summer.

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12 comments on “Liverpool will be the best club for Tevez
  1. Tevez is very similar to Rooney and, from what can I say, a bit better, which is quite something!

  2. Tevez is very similar to Rooney and, from what can I say, a bit better, which is quite something!

  3. A bit harsh on Crouch and Pennant but absolutely spot on on everything else. I feel Crouch still gives Liverpool a different dimension. He’s also our top scorer this year while Pennant has proved he can last another season from his performance in the latter half of the season.

  4. I will be desperately sad if we don’t sign tevez, he is a passionate player and would be frightening upfront. Imagine him latching onto a gerrard or alonso pass

  5. Crouch is just not good enough! Neither is Bellamy! Pennant can be a good backup. Not for Gerrard, but for someone like Alves, Simao or Joaquin.
    Lets give Sissoko to Barcelona and take Eto home to Anfield. If not, then Torres would be welcome. Of course Rafa should sign Tevez! I said that 2 years ago.
    And we need backup in the central defense. Would be nice to see a british player alongside Carra or Agger…

  6. Yup, all in agreement here too, except about Crouch and Pennant. Crouch DOES fit into Rafa’s plans and gives us an option that others don’t give. Rafa will keep him this season, I am certain of that. Fowler and Bellamy will be the two who go.
    Jermain Pennant is improving all the time and is getting some quality crosses in from the right so I am perfectly happy to see him doing more of the same next season.
    Tevez is an outstanding talent and would fit perfectly into the Liverpool squad. Let’s face it, if Rafa can take Mascherano who was languishing in no-man’s land at West Ham and release his potential and make him the best player in the side in the CL final, just think what he’d do with Tevez who has single-handedly saves West Ham from the drop.
    Whatever he costs, I think he would be a fantastic signing and much less of a risk than buying Eto’o who has never tried English football and could ‘do a Sheva’ dropping from being the best striker in Europe to a non-entity. He’ll go back to Europe and be fine again I am sure.
    Tevez and Mascherano linking up in the way they do for their national team, what a mouth-watering prospect!

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