1. Carlos Tevez announced his retirement from professional football in June 2022.
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3. Carlos Tevez's adopted parents changed his surname to his adopted father's during a conflict between his junior club All Boys and Boca Juniors.
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10. On 10 May 2009, Carlos Tevez was reported as saying that he believed his time at Manchester United would come to an end that summer and he expressed his dissatisfaction at not having been offered a permanent contract with the club and having been dropped from the team despite, in his opinion, not having played badly.
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16. Carlos Tevez made his first appearance of the season in City's second match of the season against Bolton Wanderers, coming on in the 68th minute for fellow Argentine Sergio Aguero.
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17. On 27 September 2011, Carlos Tevez was named as a substitute for City's game at Bayern Munich.
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19. Carlos Tevez was assigned the number 10 shirt, which had last been worn by the club's all-time top goalscorer and appearance holder Alessandro Del Piero in 2012.
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27. On 4 June 2021, Carlos Tevez announced that he would be leaving Boca Juniors.
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31. Carlos Tevez represented Argentina's senior team in the 2004 Copa America, where the team reached the final, only to lose out to rivals Brazil on penalties; he scored a goal in both of the preceding rounds.
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32. Carlos Tevez was a member of Argentina's 2005 FIFA Confederations Cup squad that lost again to Brazil in the final.
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