Juventus striker Carlos Tevez won't be watching the World Cup
Argentine striker Carlos Tevez has told reporters that he will not be following the national team at this summer's World Cup, after it emerged that the chances of him being selected for the tournament are slim to none.
Tevez, who has not featured under incumbent boss Alejandro Sabella, told Cronica: "No, I don't think I will go to watch Argentina's matches. I have plans to go to Disneyland with my wife and children instead."
"Everyone asks me why I am not in the national team, but I can't answer that because it would not be respectful. It's just the way things are."
"I haven't been part of the journey. So once I have stopped celebrating Juve's victories at the end of the season, I will go to Disneyland."
The 30 year-old ex-Manchester United player has won 64 caps for Argentina in his career, scoring just 13 goals.