Tevez, away from the soccer fields in the last year as a professional player, will be the new coach of Rosario Central
Tévez would thus begin a new job, after culminating as a footballer an important career in which he went through clubs from three continents, such as Corinthians of Brazil, West Ham, Manchester United and Manchester City of England, Juventus of Italy and Shanghai Shenhua of China.
The former player won 28 titles, being one of four Argentine players to win two continental titles: the CONMEBOL Copa Libertadores with Boca Juniors in 2003 and the UEFA Champions League with Manchester United in 2007-08.
The “Apache”, born in the Buenos Aires town of Ciudadela, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, played 76 games with the Argentine national team in which he scored 13 goals, including those of the 2006 and 2010 World Cups.
Argentine player Carlos Tevez, away from the soccer fields in the last year as a professional player, will be the new coach of Rosario Central, confirmed his vice president, Ricardo Carloni, who said that the board of the “rogue” club accepted his proposal.