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Well-traveled Argentine forward Carlos Tevez is making life in Italy look easy at the moment, having notched 15 goals to lead the league's scoring charts.
He maintains it's not as simple as it looks, however, stating this week that he believes Serie A to be the most difficult national club competition in the world to play in.
He did mention that he enjoys the lifestyle in Italy more than England, though.
Tevez said the following on Jtv's Filo Diretto, as reported by Juventus.com:
I've played in many countries, but the toughest championship is the Italian one because a great deal of emphasis is played on tactics here.
I like Turin, it's similar to cities in Argentina, with the exception of Buenos Aires.
I spent seven to eight years in Manchester and found life difficult there.
But it's been easy for my family and I to adapt to life in Turin.