Carlos Tevez

Carlos Tevez was born in 5 February 1984 in Ciudadela, Buenos Aires.
He grew up in Fuerte Apache, a rough neighbourhood, which is where he got his nickname "Apache." The scars on his face and neck are the result of a ten month old Tevez spilling boiling water on himself which left him in intensive care for almost two months.
He played for Boca Juniors winning the Libertadores and was then transferred to the second biggest team in Brazil, Corinthians, in the largest transfer in Latin American history worth 10 million pounds.
After the 2006 World Cup, Tevez left Brazil to go to West Ham. In his one season there, he saved West Ham from relegation almost single-handedly.
The summer of 2007, he was transferred to champions Manchester United where he played alongside Wayne Rooney and Cristiano Ronaldo in an offensive trio that drew comparisons with Sir Bobby Charlton, George Best and Denis Law. In his first season at the club, he won the League and European Cup double, contributing with 19 goals (United's second highest scorer).
His second season would be his last for United, as Tevez was dropped in the big matches in favor of United's new signing, Berbatov. Tevez still played 51 games for United last season, scoring 15 goals. United offered him a contract at the end of the season but Tevez decided his time at United was up and left.
Tevez has officialy signed for Man City and will line up with Santa Cruz, Adebayor, Robinho and Bellamy.