Man City trophies will ‘wind up; Ferguson, says TevezBy ANI
Thursday, December 9, 2010
LONDON - Manchester City skipper Carlos Tevez wants to win trophies for his club in order to ‘wind up’ Sir Alex Ferguson.
Manchester United dumped the outspoken Argentine striker after they refused to pay the 26 million pound asking price.
City snapped him up and then riled their rivals by using him on a giant ‘Welcome to Manchester’ poster.
“It’s not the song that needs to change, it’s the attitude or mindset of our fans,” The Sun quoted Tevez, as saying.
“The thing that would wind up Sir Alex more than anything is for us to win something and really start achieving things,” he said.
“Let’s not be thinking about Sir Alex and United, we need to think of City and what we can do,” he added.
Tevez has scored 10 goals this season to make it 39 in 60 games but misses the trip to his old club West Ham on Saturday as he serves a one-match ban. (ANI)