Boca Juniors striker Carlos Tevez spent two seasons with Manchester United before signing for rivals Man City.
Former teammate and current Watford goalkeeper Ben Foster recently spoke about the forward on his YouTube channel The Cycling GK.
The former Manchester United goalkeeper claims Tevez was a disaster in training sessions because he had no interest.
“He was a disaster in training; he really wasn’t interested in them at all,” Foster said about training sessions with Tevez.
“Training wasn’t even a thing for him, but Saturday afternoon. Oh my gosh. What a player! Just that winning mentality, he gave everything he had and was an incredible talent on the field.”
Tevez won five trophies during his two seasons at the club, including: 2x Premier League, Champions League, League Cup and Club World Cup.
The last club he played for in Europe was Juventus.
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