Carlos Tevez pisses off Shanghai Shenhua fans by going to Disneyworld
Carlos Tevez is reportedly not in the good books of Shanghai Shenhua supporters this week, having missed a game in order to visit Shanghai Disneyworld.
Being totally fair to Carlos, a recent calf injury meant that he wouldn't have featured in the game against Changchun Yatai, but images of him wandering around the theme park have - according to the Mirror - not gone down well with the club's supporters.
Carlos Tevez (who is paid £615,000 a week) enraged fans this weekend by visiting Disneyland instead of playing for Shanghai Shenhua. pic.twitter.com/sfiaQXjdJK
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Tevez left boyhood club Boca Juniors to join Shenhua last year, in a move that was almost certainly motivated by his desire to play in the prestigious Chinese Super League. The fact that he receives a £615,00-a-week wage packet - more than any other footballer in the history of the sport - for doing so probably has nothing to do with it.
The 33-year-old won titles with both Manchester clubs during a six-year spell in England that started with a move to West Ham United. At Manchester City, he famously missed nearly six months of the 2011-12 season after a misunderstanding with manager Roberto Mancini, returning home to Argentina during this time before heading back to Manchester to play his part in City's historic title success.