Former Man United Striker Carlos Tevez Retires From Football
Carlos Tevez, who spent 2 years at Manchester United, has announced his retirement from football aged 38.
The decision came following the death of the Argentine’s father last year.
He has not played since ending his third spell at boyhood club Boca Juniors 12 months ago.
Carlos began his career in 2001 at Boca Juniors before leaving in 2004 to join Brazilian side Corinthians.
He then joined the Premier League when he signed for West Ham United, a club he scored 7 goals for in his year in London.
Manchester United then poached the striker and signed him for two years.
While at the Red Devils, Carlos formed one third of legendary front three alongside Wayne Rooney and Cristiano Ronaldo.
However, despite winning a Champions League with United, Tevez isn’t remembered fondly after his move to local rivals Manchester City.
He has also spent time at Juventus and Shanghai Shenhua before making his second return to Boca Juniors.
Tevez has scored 237 goals in his career with the most coming for Manchester City.
The Argentine has won 11 league titles as well as a Champions League over his 20-year career.
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