It took more than a week, but in the end it was inevitable Kia Joorabchian would ride to Carlos Tevez's defence. Who else was going to do it? The moment the Argentine refused to leave the Manchester City bench in Munich, the adviser who has made a tidy sum from his client's footballing wanderlust over the past five years was faced with an asset whose value was falling faster than that of a Belgian bank.
Now City have declared they don't want him and he is once more looking to find new employers, what club would be willing to pay big money for someone as tainted as Tevez? Who would want aRead More »from The hardest job in football