Tevez Want to Retire in Boca

Tevez Want to Retire in Boca

Turin – Boca Juniors had been a vital part in the career of Carlos Tevez. In his first professional club that Tevez will retire later.
Tevez studying in college football Boca before her debut in 2001 and for three years there, there were 38 goals made from 110 appearances in all competitions.

After that Tevez move to Corinthians before finally moved to Europe the first time in 2006 to strengthen West Ham United, Manchester United, Manchester City, and now play for Juve.

Tevez two seasons already settled in Turin and now he’s become the new idol Juventus through his goals that gave the Scudetto last season, plus on the verge won a fourth consecutive Serie A this season.

Tevez himself with Juve contract will expire in 2016, while there has been no talk of an extension of his stay at Juventus Stadium.
When asked about the future of his career, Tevez just make sure that he will go back to my hometown to strengthen Boca before retiring.
“My whole family and I are fans of Boca, I want to play again with the uniform,” said Tevez told La Repubblica quoted by Football Italia.

“I do not know when, but I’m definitely going to go home. I have long been in Europe and I want to close family – I miss my father, mother, and my sister,” he continued.

“I can not complain because everyone treated me well, but I was the Argentine and my desire is to return to Buenos Aires.”
“Of course people are more happy if the whole family Tevez move to Turin. I like it here, but my life was there. As we said I pity these people are family,” said he.
(Mrp / roz)