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szdaily -> Sports
Tevez booed by Shanghai Shenhua fans
    2017-September-12  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

CARLOS TEVEZ was booed by Shanghai Shenhua’s supporters in his first match for the club since taking time off in Argentina to recover from injury.

The loud noises of discontent could be heard as the Argentina international entered the field of play during the second half of Shanghai’s 2-1 loss to Henan Jianye at the Hongkou Football Stadium on Sunday.

It was Tevez’s first appearance for the club since returning to his home country in mid-August — in a bid to recover from a persistent calf injury — and his minimal contribution appeared to be due to a lack of fitness.

Club sources told Goal the 33-year-old complained of pain in his calf muscle, and manager Gus Poyet was left “deeply frustrated and dismayed” by his performance.

Shanghai’s fans are believed to be unhappy at the effort and commitment shown by Tevez, who has scored two goals in 12 games for the Chinese Super League club.

The Argentine striker moved to Shanghai from Boca Juniors in December, becoming the world’s highest-paid player on a reported salary of US$41 million.

Tevez has admitted he does not know what he will do at the end of the Chinese Super League season.

Despite speculation that he left Boca on bad terms, Tevez is open to returning to the club for a third time, revealing that his exit was driven by financial reasons rather than any fallout.

“I left not to hurt Boca,” the 33-year-old told TyC Sports. “Honestly, I do not know what I’m going to do at the end of the year.

“If I’m not hungry for glory, it’s very difficult to stay in the club. I have to find myself to go back.”

“When I left, my silence bothered journalists more than people. The press wanted me to say goodbye with a note, they are difficult. For me it was not easy either. Boca fan always wants to see me with that shirt.”

(SD-Agencies)

 

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