Galliani regrets not having signed Tèvez

Transfer window, AC Milan, City, Tévez | 2012-03-22 23:55


AC Milan vice-presidet, Adriano Galliani, has admitted that he regrets having failed to sign Carlos Tèves, in the winter transfer window.

“A train like this does not pass a second time. Yesterday, I saw Tevez play very well,” Galliani told reporters.

“After six months without playing, he came on and changed the game, helping City win the match.”

The Argentine striker did not feature for Manchester City for a total of six-months and, on Wednesday evening, he came off the bench, 25 minutes before the end of his side’s Premier League clash with Chelsea, and assisted for the Citizens winner, as they won 2-1.

O Jogo
England Premier League 2011/2012
2012/03/21, 20:45
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Samir Nasri 86'
Gary Cahill 60'

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