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The Evolution of Football and the Carlos Tevez Saga

MANCHESTER, UNITED KINGDOM - MARCH 11:  Vladimir Weiss of Manchester City in action during the FA Youth Cup Sponsored by e-on Semi Final Second Leg match between Manchester City and Sunderland at the City of Manchester Stadium on March 11, 2008 in Manchester, England.  (Photo by Christopher Lee/Getty Images)
Perm VacationCorrespondent IJune 20, 2009

Many are panicking when they should not be, and many are not panicking when they should be, evolution cannot be stopped but some think they can rebel against and deny evolution.

Whether we like it or not, the future is changing be it for the worse or for the better. I believe some are blind to evolution, some out of pure ignorance, others because they find it hard to process.

One such group of sportsmen are neither ignorant or have the inability to think logically and one of those men is Kia Joorabchian.

What do Man United and Liverpool have in common and what do Chelsea and Manchester City have in common? The first two clubs are in extreme financial difficulty though they choose to deny it and the later two clubs are in financial heaven.

Long term stability is what most businesses plan for, if they have no long term stability they are a risk and a danger. Most refuse to take such huge risks when it boils down to the safety of their families and I believe Kia Joorabchian has positively and safely advised Carlos Tevez to avoid such gambles.

While many think Carlos Tevez is moving for the money they fail to realise Carlos has not seen or received any possible contract offers, how can Tevez have based his choice not to rejoin Man United on money. There is no guarantee Carlos will get a better deal than what Man United have offered.

By the law of football no one was allowed to offer Carlos a contract until his contract with Man United was over.

Carlos Tevez has chosen to not stay at Man United because of personal reasons backed up by logic so no matter where he ends up I wish him all the best, honest to god he was the only United player i did not detest.

Over the coming years we will see the inevitable fall of some clubs and the inevitable rise of others, whether it be your club or not this can only be good for football.

Because Cristiano Ronaldo and Kaka joined La Liga, people seem to think the English Premier League is losing its reputation as the best league in the world. To think in such a narrow way is illogical as I can name over 20 up and coming youth players at English Premier League clubs that have the potential and ability to exceed Cristiano Ronaldo but none of them are at either Man United or Liverpool.

I have not even mentioned the imminent arrival of more superstar players to the English Premier League, two such players are at Manchester City right now. Pictured above, Vladimir Weiss tipped to exceed Cristiano Ronaldo by some of the most respected coaches around who helped Manchester City's academy win the FA Youth Cup, and a striker by the name of Robbie Mak who along with a few other graduates just gained promotion from Manchester City's academy to City's reserve squad.

Take a look around and see for yourselves, football is becoming more exciting, more competitive and more enjoyable, Just witnessing what my own beloved Manchester City FC does in the community and what our players do for charities breathe fresh air into football.

Embrace the Evolution.

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