Tevez surprised by reception

22 September 2009 10:44
// A bit of a hack but it works// The article snippet is wrapped onto a second line, even when #article-sub is emptyif( $("div#article-sub").children().length == 0 ) {$("div#article-sub").remove();} Carlos Tevez admits he was disappointed and surprised his return to Old Trafford was greeted with a crescendo of boos.[LNB] The Argentina international was back at Manchester United on Sunday for the first time since swapping red for blue over the summer.[LNB]Tevez spent two successful seasons with the Red Devils before crossing the city in the close-season to join free-spending Manchester City.[LNB]But the forward was roundly booed throughout City's 4-3 defeat and was thought to be the target for a missile that struck team-mate Javier Garrido as the sides left the field at half-time.[LNB]It was a turn of events that has left Tevez perplexed given he had been awarded a warm reception by his former team-mates. [LNB]"I must admit I did believe I would get a different reception from the United supporters," he is quoted as saying in the Daily Mail.[LNB]"Initially everything was positive and I was greeted by my former team-mates and United staff without any problems at all.[LNB]"But as soon as I entered the field the atmosphere was very different. It was hard to take because previously I was always wanted by those people."[LNB]

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