Fortunately, once you get past the headline and the picture, it’s a fairly interesting read, concerning Newcastle’s Fabricio Coloccini and his link to our very own Carlos Tevez.
“I played with Carlos in the national team at the Olympics,” said Coloccini. “But I have known him 13 years though because my father Osvaldo was the manager of Boca Juniors youth side, so he knew him when he was very young. It was a very good team that he managed. My father always told me he is different, he is special. You will see lots of him in the future because he has everything in his game. If he scores against us, maybe you will blame my dad! Carlos is a top player and he may not even play. That says everything about their squad.”
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