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Carlos Tevez

Squad Number: 32
Position: Striker
Born: 5th Feb 1984 (Ciudadela)
Signed: 31st Aug 2006 (£0)
Contract: Details unknown
Previous Club: Corinthians

Carlos Alberto 'Carlitos' Tévez was one half of the 2006 deadline day transfer deal that rocked football.

Along with fellow Argentinian international Javier Mascherano, the young striker joined the Hammers in a deal best described as shady - not that that fact could spoil the delight of many thousands of Hammers fans across the globe.

The free-scoring Argentinian - who won a gold medal at the 2004 Olympics as part of the successful national side - first made a name for himself at Boca Juniors, whom he had joined at the age of just 13.

Within two years of his debut, in 2001, Tevez had won every domestic Argentinian honour available; during that time he was named Argentinian Footballer of the Year twice in succession.

The latest in a long line of players to be hailed the new 'Maradona', Tevez left Boca to join Brazilian outfit Corinthians in a deal worth around $20m.

However his spell in Brazil was an unhappy one, and it wasn't long before he began to be linked with several of Europe's biggest clubs; Chelsea and Manchester United both looked likely destinations before he eventually moved to West Ham.

 

2013/14 Match Notes & Ratings

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2012/13 Match Notes & Ratings

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2011/12 Match Notes & Ratings

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2010/11 Match Notes & Ratings

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2009/10 Match Notes & Ratings

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2008/09 Match Notes & Ratings

Carlos Tevez has no entries for this season.

 

2007/08 Match Notes & Ratings

Carlos Tevez has no entries for this season.

 

2006/07 Match Notes & Ratings

1-0 v Manchester United (a) 13th May 2007
by East Stand Martin

Brilliantly taken goal but this wasn’t a game where his play was ever likely to dominate. If that is to be his last game – and I hope it isn’t – then we owe him thanks for brightening up the place over the past few months.

1-0 v Manchester United (a) 13th May 2007
by Gordon Thrower

Brilliantly taken goal but this wasn’t a game where his play was ever likely to dominate. If that is to be his last game – and I hope it isn’t – then we owe him thanks for brightening up the place over the past few months.

3-1 v Bolton Wanderers (h) 5th May 2007
by East Stand Martin

Marvellous. With all the nonsense that been spoken about him over the past few weeks he’s just got on with his job and displays like this a joy to behold. Mind you as Curbishley pointed out it probably helps that he doesn’t speak the language!

3-1 v Bolton Wanderers (h) 5th May 2007
by Gordon Thrower

Marvellous. With all the nonsense that been spoken about him over the past few weeks he’s just got on with his job and displays like this a joy to behold. Mind you as Curbishley pointed out it probably helps that he doesn’t speak the language!

3-0 v Wigan Athletic (a) 28th April 2007
by East Stand Martin

Thank God...

3-0 v Wigan Athletic (a) 28th April 2007
by Jacob Steinberg

Thank God...

1-0 v Everton (h) 21st April 2007
by East Stand Martin

This was an impressive performance in a different way from the usual eye-catching stuff. Did a hell of a lot of closing down and chasing back.

1-0 v Everton (h) 21st April 2007
by Gordon Thrower

This was an impressive performance in a different way from the usual eye-catching stuff. Did a hell of a lot of closing down and chasing back.

1-0 v Arsenal (a) 7th April 2007
by East Stand Martin

A little slow to release the ball at times but his most important work was done in defensive areas today.

1-0 v Arsenal (a) 7th April 2007
by Graeme Howlett

A little slow to release the ball at times but his most important work was done in defensive areas today.

2-0 v Middlesbrough (h) 31st March 2007
by Jacob Steinberg

Please stay...

2-0 v Middlesbrough (h) 31st March 2007
by Graeme Howlett

Outstanding effort again. The goal - a poachers classic - capped another superb performance. If anyone is going to score the goals to keep us up it'll be him.

2-1 v Blackburn Rovers (a) 17th March 2007
by Graeme Howlett

Blackburn defenders flocked to him like flies round ... well, you know ... everytime he had the ball at his feet - yet he won a penalty and then had the audacity to claim the second. Bravo, Carlitos.

2-1 v Blackburn Rovers (a) 17th March 2007
by East Stand Martin

Blackburn defenders flocked to him like flies round ... well, you know ... everytime he had the ball at his feet - yet he won a penalty and then had the audacity to claim the second. Bravo, Carlitos.

3-4 v Tottenham Hotspur (h) 4th March 2007
by East Stand Martin

One goal, two assists. Says it all. He will be the best player ever to be relegated in the history of the Premiership.

0-4 v Charlton Athletic (a) 24th February 2007
by Gordon Thrower

Ran his legs off at the back, in midfield and up front. Similar commitment from the rest of the side wouldn’t see us losing matches like this.

0-1 v Watford (h) 10th February 2007
by Nick Bull

(Replaced Zamora, 46) Too good for this team. Sure, he hasn’t scored, nevertheless he works his socks off. Looks lean after his time on the sidelines.

0-1 v Watford (h) 10th February 2007
by East Stand Martin

(Replaced Zamora, 46) Looked capable of rescuing the match. I’d have liked to have seen him on from the start.

0-1 v Watford (h) 10th February 2007
by Gordon Thrower

(Replaced Zamora, 46) Looked capable of rescuing the match. I’d have liked to have seen him on from the start.

3-3 v Fulham (h) 13th January 2007
by Nick Bull

Typical. Tevez begins to get a run in the side, before Fulham take their anger out on him. Then Boa Morte became the victim.

3-3 v Fulham (h) 13th January 2007
by Jacob Steinberg

Terrified them once, then got injured in the same move. Oh well.

3-3 v Fulham (h) 13th January 2007
by East Stand Martin

Terrified them once, then got injured in the same move. Oh well.

3-0 v Brighton & Hove Albion (h) 6th January 2007
by Nick Bull

Always wanting to make an impact. Assisted Noble’s strike through skill and strength, and unlucky with two chances.

3-0 v Brighton & Hove Albion (h) 6th January 2007
by Gordon Thrower

A fine match, particularly second half when that air of anticipation accompanied every touch. I don’t see him day-in day-out like the management but based on this performance I’d like to see him start against Fulham.

1-2 v Portsmouth (h) 26th December 2006
by Jacob Steinberg

(Replaced Etherington, 45) Yeah, yeah, he was good because he IS good, we know he is, but he must be pissed off with it all now. Wouldn't you be if you had to watch that clown Zamora in your place every week?

0-2 v Everton (a) 3rd December 2006
by Nick Bull

Signs of the World Class player we know are beginning to show. The goal is coming.

0-2 v Everton (a) 3rd December 2006
by Jacob Steinberg

Brilliant. Give him time and he will make things happen. He must always play now.

1-0 v Sheffield United (h) 25th November 2006
by East Stand Martin

Continues to improve and can consider himself unlucky to be sacrificed towards the end. May be a few grand out of pocket on Monday though.

1-0 v Sheffield United (h) 25th November 2006
by Gordon Thrower

Continues to improve and can consider himself unlucky to be sacrificed towards the end. May be a few grand out of pocket on Monday though.

0-1 v Chelsea (a) 18th November 2006
by Nick Bull

Playing out of position again, tried in vain to give Cashley Cole a hard game.

0-1 v Chelsea (a) 18th November 2006
by Gordon Thrower

Not a performance of the eye-catching breathtaking variety that we’ve been waiting for but he worked incredibly hard and did a lot of the defensive donkey work on the right. Candidate for softest booking of the season.

0-1 v Chelsea (a) 18th November 2006
by East Stand Martin

He's played on the left, today he was on the right - not bad for someone who apparently thrives on playing down the middle. Worked very hard for little gain.

0-1 v Chelsea (a) 18th November 2006
by Jacob Steinberg

Wasted on the right. But he took too much time on the ball when he could have influenced the game better. Give him games!

0-1 v Tottenham Hotspur (a) 22nd October 2006
by Nick Bull

(Replaced Mascherano, 68) Attempted to play on the right, needed in the centre.

0-1 v Tottenham Hotspur (a) 22nd October 2006
by Gordon Thrower

(Replaced Mascherano, 68) Looked lively. I’d like to see him given a free role behind a front two sometime – but the way things are we may have to wait.

0-1 v Reading (h) 1st October 2006
by Nick Bull

Some flash touches were the highlight, his shooting was poor and sometimes wanted too long on the ball.

0-1 v Reading (h) 1st October 2006
by East Stand Martin

Carlos appeared to be under instruction to play higher up the pitch than in recent weeks although too often he dropped back in order to receive the ball into what should have been a midfielder's position (so much so that on more than one occasion he was a good 15 yards behind Nigel Reo-Coker). Another whose body language indicated that all is far from well.

0-2 v Manchester City (a) 23rd September 2006
by Nick Bull

(Replaced Harewood, 65) Did little.

0-2 v Manchester City (a) 23rd September 2006
by East Stand Martin

(Replaced Harewood, 65) On far too late.

0-2 v Manchester City (a) 23rd September 2006
by Jacob Steinberg

(Replaced Harewood, 65) On far too late.

0-2 v Newcastle United (h) 17th September 2006
by Gordon Thrower

I didn’t think he had that bad a first half and we certainly could have used his free-kick skills with Parker on the pitch.

0-2 v Newcastle United (h) 17th September 2006
by Nick Bull

Energetic, looking sharper with every passing game. His substitution baffled many.

0-2 v Newcastle United (h) 17th September 2006
by East Stand Martin

Our biggest threat and you could almost feel the relief from the away fans when it was announced that he would not be coming out for the second half.

0-2 v Newcastle United (h) 17th September 2006
by Jacob Steinberg

Not sure why he went off. Only player who looked likely to score.

0-1 v Palermo (h) 14th September 2006
by East Stand Martin

Showed enough to suggest that he can be a major crowd pleaser though we’re still obviously trying to sort out his best role. Might be interesting to see him up against the somewhat inconsistent Bramble at the weekend.

0-1 v Palermo (h) 14th September 2006
by Gordon Thrower

Showed enough to suggest that he can be a major crowd pleaser though we’re still obviously trying to sort out his best role. Might be interesting to see him up against the somewhat inconsistent Bramble at the weekend.

0-1 v Palermo (h) 14th September 2006
by Nick Bull

Picked on by Palermo, clearly aware of his talent. Encouraging signs to say the least.

1-1 v Aston Villa (h) 10th September 2006
by Gordon Thrower

(Replaced Harewood, 61) Some nice runs. Will be interesting when people learn to play it to his feet more often. Possibly needs to lose a few lbs though – the Argentinian striped shirts are obviously more flattering than our home kit!

1-1 v Aston Villa (h) 10th September 2006
by Nick Bull

(Replaced Harewood, 61) Promising debut showed how strong he is with the ball at his feet.

 

2005/06 Match Notes & Ratings

Carlos Tevez has no entries for this season.

 

2004/05 Match Notes & Ratings

Carlos Tevez has no entries for this season.