Arturo Vidal & Carlos Tevez

Arturo Erasmo Vidal Pardo (born 22 May 1987) is a Chilean footballer who plays as defensive midfielder for Juventus and Chile. Carlos Alberto Tévez (born Carlos Alberto Martínez on 5 February 1984) is an Argentine professional footballer who plays as a forward for English club Manchester City. 5.0/5

Arturo Vidal Carlos Tevez Stephan Lichtsteiner Manchester City Paul Pogba Inter Milan Leonardo Bonucci Sebastian Giovinco Giorgio Chiellini Juventus Stadium Daniele De Rossi Mirko Vucinic Antonio Conte Angelo Ogbonna Former Manchester United Red Devils

Champions League last 16: Who can we play? With the group stage of the Champions League now having come to an end, attention turns to the draw for the first knockout round, which is due to take place next Monday at 11am in Nyon. Here, the official Chelsea website takes a look at which teams Jose Mourinho’s side could potentially be drawn against. The rules of the competition stipulate that, at this stage, we cannot be drawn against teams from the same country or any team that was in our group, ruling Arsenal, Manchester City and Schalke out. The Blues topped Group G, ensuring we are guaranteed to play the second leg of the next round at Stamford Bridge. Juventus The Italian side, managed by Massimiliano Allegri, finished three points behind Atletico Madrid in Group A and have won the competition twice previously, most recently in 1996. They are currently three points clear at the top of Serie A having lost just once all season, with familiar players such as Arturo Vidal, Paul Pogba and Carlos Tevez in t ...
Based on terms agreed with United, Arturo Vidal would earn same amount as Daniele De Rossi and Carlos Tevez-combined. --[La Stampa]
Sign that he’s staying? Juventus choose Arturo Vidal & Carlos Tevez as kit emblems for next season: Manchester...
Carlos Tevez and Arturo Vidal model new kits for the 2014/15 season.
Former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson made it clear to Antonio Conte that the Red Devils want Arturo Vidal while sat next to the Juve boss during last night's Europa League final, with Bianconeri chiefs reportedly only willing to consider the idea if they receive a concrete offer of €40m. Vidal has been nothing short of sensational for Juve across the last three years and his last season managed to maintain that high standard, scoring a whopping 18 goals in all competitions from a roaming midfield role. United are long-term admirers of the Chilean international alongside Real Madrid, which lead Ferguson to take advantage of extended time in Conte's company while the pair watched Sevilla vs. Benfica to make it clear the Red Devils are interested, according to Italian publication Sport Mediaset. Juve are preparing for another fierce fight to keep all of their top stars this summer and Vidal is no different to the likes of Paul Pogba and Carlos Tevez, with a minimum price tag of €40m placed ...
correction: Arturo Vidal and Carlos Tevez also have 11 goals each
Juventus moved nine points clear at the top of Serie A with a comfortable home victory over Inter Milan. With second-placed Roma's match abandoned earlier on Sunday, Juve took full advantage to further distance themselves from their closest rivals. Stephan Lichtsteiner headed home the opener for the hosts before Giorgio Chiellini drilled in the second. Arturo Vidal made it 3-0 with a close-range shot, with Rolando firing in from the angle for Inter's consolation. Defeat leaves the 18-times Serie A champions without a victory in five league matches, while coach Antonio Conte's Juve recorded their 11th successive home win of the season. They dominated inside the Juventus Stadium, with Samir Handanovic making three great saves to prevent Inter from going down to a bigger defeat. The Slovenian goalkeeper twice denied Carlos Tevez and also thwarted Mirko Vucinic. Inter's leading scorer Rodrigo Palacio wasted three good chances to add to his 10 league goals this season, the best opportunity a header from six ya ...
Galatasaray 1-0 Juventus: Sneijder sends Mancini's men into the knockouts The Dutchman turned home a precise finish in the final five minutes as Antonio Conte's side were sent crashing out of the Champions League Dec 11, 2013 3:22:00 PM Galatasaray sealed their place in the last 16 of the Champions League in dramatic style as Wesley Sneijder's late goal saw them beat Juventus 1-0 on Wednesday. The Dutchman latched on to Didier Drogba's flick to fire low past Gianluigi Buffon in the closing minutes as Roberto Mancini's side battled past the Bianconeri in treacherous conditions in Istanbul. The fixture was halted after 31 minutes on Tuesday due to freak snow storms, with play resuming on Wednesday afternoon. On a heavy, muddy pitch, both sides were largely limited to direct passages of play when the game restarted, with Juventus coach Antonio Conte appearing very unhappy with the match officials at the break, presumably due to the condition of the playing surface. Fernando Llorente and Carlos Tevez had both ...
Juve top as Llorente sinks Livorno Fernando Llorente scored one and set up another for Carlos Tevez as Juventus conquered Livorno to temporarily go top. The Bianconeri could temporarily go top of the table with a win here, as they went into the weekend just one point behind leaders Roma. However, Arturo Vidal had to go in defence, as Leonardo Bonucci and Angelo Ogbonna sat out bans with Andrea Barzagli, Mauricio Isla, Stephan Lichtsteiner, Sebastian Giovinco and Simone Pepe injured. Livorno had top scorer Paulinho suspended, so Luca Siligardi partnered Innocent Emeghara. This was a very special occasion for Gianluigi Buffon, who marked his 500 th Serie A appearance. Livorno ultras raised funds for research into a rare genetic disease, as this week captain Andrea Luci revealed his six-year-old son was diagnosed with Fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva. Fernando Llorente’s looping header landed on the roof of the net from a Simone Padoin cross, then Giorgio Chiellini’s snapshot was deflected wide. Liv ...
Serie A Round Up; Fiorentina 1 - 2 Napoli Scorers: Fiorentina - Rossi 29' pen Napoli - Callejon 13' Mertens 37' In a game which saw both sides reduced to 10 men in Florence, Rafael Benitez's side took the lead after 12' minutes through Jose Callejon before Giuseppe Rossi equalised for the hosts from the penalty spot 16 minutes later. Parity lasted only 8 minutes however as Dries Mertens put the visitors ahead for a 2nd time, before Napoli's Christian Maggio was dismissed 10 minutes out from the final whistle for a 2nd bookable offence. Fiorentina then saw Juan Cuadrado sent off in the dying stages, also after receiving a 2nd caution. Juventus 4 - 0 Catania Scorers:- Vidal 27' Pirlo 35' Tevez 67' Bonucci 72' Behind Napoli on goal difference are Juventus, who enjoyed a 4-0 home thrashing of 10 man Catania. Goals from Arturo Vidal on 26 minutes and Andrea Pirlo 8 minutes later put the hosts in control at the break, before Carlos Tevez's strike in the 66th minute was added to 5 minutes later by Leonardo B ...
Tardelli: Tevez perfect for Juve * Juventus legend Marco Tardelli believes that the club should sign a new striker soon and hailed Manchester City's Carlos Tevez as the perfect buy. Tardelli played for the Bianconeri for ten seasons and won five Serie A titles during that time. He is currently the assistant manager of the Republic of Ireland national team but he continues to cast a keen eye over developments in his native land. Juve currently lead the league and have a four-point advantage over nearest challengers Inter Milan. With just two games remaining in the year, the Serie A champions are expected to go into 2013 with the lead intact as well. However, their title charge, both in the current campaign and the previous one, has not been led by a main goalscorer. Currently, Fabio Quagliarella, Arturo Vidal and Sebastian Giovinco have provided the goals on an intermittent basis and the Italian media has speculated that Juve could be in the market for a top striker in the January transfer window. Names su ...
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