Juventus completed the signing of Carlos Tevez from Manchester City on Wednesday and excited fans were eager to greet the Argentine at the airport and outside the club's offices. Upon signing a three-year deal with the Italian champions, Tevez was given the No. 10 shirt formerly held by Juventus icon Alessandro Del Piero — a man who never refused to enter a match at his manager's request or disappeared to go on golfing excursions or twice demanded a transfer or had to serve 250 hours of community service for driving while disqualified.
It's hard to say what Tevez's next act of gross insubordination will be, but for now he has a unibrow buddy in Juventus chairman Antonio Agnelli and everyone is happy....
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