Tevez: ‘I don’t watch Argentina matches’
Juventus forward Carlos Tevez said today he doesn’t watch Argentina matches or news updates because he’s “hurt” for not being selected by Coach Alejandro Sabella to participate in the World Cup.
“I’m currently not watching matches or anything related to the Argentina squad,” said the former Boca during a press conference.
“I don’t know how the team is doing. I spend my time with my family, I play golf. I isolate myself because it hurts not being able to play the World Cup.”
Tevez, last Scudetto champion with Juventus, denied being involved in a fight with President of the Argentine Football Association (AFA) Julio Grondona and National Selection Secretary Carlos Bilardo, as Argentina idol Diego Maradona stated in an interview published today.
“I didn’t have any problems with Bilardo or Grondona. I don’t know why Diego said that. The coach made his decision. We all want the national team to do well.”
Return to Boca
Tevez shared the conference with Boca’s President Daniel Angelici, presented a new training camp for the La Rivera club in Ezeiza, and assured he will be ending his football career with the xeneize team.
“I have still two more years in Juventus, but I will end my career in Boca. That is for sure,” said Carlitos.