Apologies if I duplicated a thread, I did look first, honest.
I agree with Mo that Tevez is a player that always appears to give his all for the team, and has plenty of skill. I will admit, I do tend to watch just about all the prem matches that are broadcast (fortunate to have a missus also a dedicated Fulham fan, and soccer fan), and so I have seen most of his matches over the past few seasons, and, prior to this incident I would have loved to see the guy pull on a Fulham top.
Unfortunately, whatever the backend arguments or disagreements were behind the events in Munich, by all accounts I tend to believe Mancini when he tells us that Tevez refused to play, and as such, I would be happy never to see this guy in English football again. He broke the one unwritten rule that defines a professional from a Sunday afternoon player, the term professional.
I also agree with Joe that he had plenty of opportunities to return since his family excuses appeared, and not being unsympathetic (I know what its like to live on a separate continent from ones children), he made that decision, nobody else, so whereby I can empathize with him, I blame him as well. He has the money to retire and be with his family at 400K USD a week for the past year or more.
I guess, without being too flippant, he really does epitomize the word striker.