Carlos Tevez is likely to be given a heated welcome when he returns to Old Trafford in a Manchester City shirt next season. He has went from hero to villain within just a few short months. The United fans are unlikely to welcome back the Argentine striker with open arms.
Tevez looks to have taken a very brave decision in crossing Manchester from United to City. If he would of left for any other club than City (other than Liverpool) then the 25 year old would of been given a heroes send off, unfortunately hes decided to turn his back on United for the sake of more money.
He tries to use the excuse of not feeling wanted at United, but I think most fans loved Tevez for his hard work and sheer guile, so it wasn’t the fans making him feel un-welcome. They will probably never forgive him for this betrayal.
Compare that with the scenes of Cristiano Ronaldo signing for Real Madrid and you have the two contrasting emotions that football can raise in supporters. Thousands turned up to see Ronaldo paraded in front of the press and he will no doubt become a hero at the Bernabeu as well. Both Ronaldo and Tevez are former United heroes, unfortunately for Tevez his departing has left a rather more bitter taste in the mouths of United fans.