Former Manchester United and Manchester City striker, Carlos Tevez has revealed he refused to be taught English throughout his seven year stay in the Premier League claiming he had a ‘cultural problem’ with the British. The ex-Argentina striker stated he determined early on in his stay in England that if anybody needed to talk to him they need to be taught Spanish.The footballer who additionally performed for West Ham, cited his uncle received into alcoholism after a Falklands War name-up ended his hopes of turning into a skilled footballer. Tevez, who famously complained on Argentinian TV when he was nonetheless City’s captain that every part about Manchester was unhealthy, advised a radio interviewer in his homeland over the weekend: ‘I had a cultural problem with the English. ‘I did not wish to be taught English, I needed them to be taught Spanish. ‘I have an uncle who performed in River Plate. He’s the solely River supporter in my household. ‘He performed in the reserve crew and when he was going to make his debut with the first crew, he received known as as much as combat in the Falklands War. ‘He suffered after that and have become an alcoholic. That marked me a lot as a result of he was very near me.’ Opening up on his emotions about England on DSportsRadio, the 39-year-outdated added: ‘The seven years I spent in England had been: (*7*)’Very few folks know this story however at the moment I can inform it.’You wish to communicate to me. Then you be taught Spanish, as a result of I’m not going to be taught English.’ The submit I had a cultural problem with the English – Former Manchester United striker Carlos Teves reveals why he never learnt English despite 7 year stay in England appeared first on Linda Ikeji Blog.
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