Kia Joorabchian, part of Corinthians unsavoury MSI connection
All the stars point to a Carlos Tevez move to Corinthians. He wants to be closer to his
daughters and the Brazilian club is familiar territory leading them to the championship in 2005.
The most doubtful part is not how they could come up with £35m.
Big news in Brazil this week: Corinthians are back in the top flight. Or at least they will be next
season after securing promotion with this 2-0 win over Ceara at home with goals from Douglas and
Chicao. How Corinthians found themselves down in Serie B is pretty depressing tale of business
I've been reading about developments in this story lately and before today have just rubbished
them, but now it's picking up steam and not looking good for our world class defensive midfielder.
Apparently he is being accused by the Brazilian government of withholding taxable income when he
played for Brazilian Série side, Corinthians. Supposedly they could face up to five years in
prison if they are found guilty of the charges.
Several top managers from popular Brazilian club Corinthians were accused by the Brazilian Public
Attorney's office this past week, due to the involvement with international investment fund MSI.
They were accused of illegal financial operations, including money laundering. According to the
Folha de Sao Paulo newspaper, the investigation also mentions possible plans by the team and MSI to
use financial means to prevent the team from being relegated, if it ever were in risk of doing so.
En estos días no estamos topando ante una de esos extraños sucesos que de vez en cuando nos deja
el mercado. Hablo del caso Tévez.
Procedente de la cantera de Boca Juniors y del distrito de "Fuerte Apache" uno de los más temidos
por su inseguridad, de ahí viene su sobrenombre. Carlitos es un extraordinario delantero, con una
entrega excepcional, jugando por y para el equipo, una técnica exquisita y además suele tener el
don de la "oportunidad" puesto que mete muchos goles y la gran mayoría decisivos.
Tevez helps wrap up the title Manchester United fans who watched Carlos Tevez come of the bench to
get them back into the match against Wigan with this cheeky backheel responded with chants of:
"Fergie, Fergie, sign him up." The intended target of the chant responded post-match by saying he
was attempted to do that.
The Catalan giants have been given the chance to sign the Argentina international in the summer.
Carlos Tevez's long-term future at Old Trafford has been in question for some time now, with
Manchester United thus far failing to agree a fee with his owners. MSI, the owners of the Argentina
international striker, have offered his [.
Latest news from transfer rumour machine/newspaper Marca is that Real Madrid want Man Utd's Carlos
Tevez. You might be thinking that transfers between Man Utd and Real Madrid are unlikely in the
wake of the Cristiano Ronaldo saga, but this one's a little more complicated that that. I don't
fully understand the situation, but seems Carlos [.
Carlos Tevez sta per diventare ufficialmente un giocatore del Manchester United a tutti gli
effetti. L'attaccante argentino è stato sì protagonista nell'ultima stagione con la
maglia dei Red Devils, ma lo ha fatto da giocatore in prestito. Il suo cartellino, infatti, è
di proprietà della MSI, una compagnia di investimenti sportivi, ma Alex Ferguson sembra pronto
ad offrire 32 milioni di sterline, cifra record per il calcio britannico, per rilevarlo.
It is starting to look more and more likely that the UEFA Champion's League final next Wednesday is
going to be the final game in a Man United shirt for Carlos Tevez. Manchester United, Tevez and
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When you put your hand up to become a soccer coach you are taking on a huge responsibility. Along
with that responsibility comes accountability. It does not matter at what level we are coaching,
the responsibilities and accountabilities are the same. A number of families involved with the
county's youth soccer community have united [.
The will-he-won't-he circus pertaining to Liverpool's midfielder Javier Mascherano appears to be
drawing to a close. The Daily Telegraph has quoted the player as saying that he wants to stay at
Liverpool and is eager to see a permanent deal between the club and his owner MSI struck as soon as