Fan-to-see Footballers

You would think that Carlos Tevez would know his way around Manchester by now, the Argentinean striker spent 2 seasons at Old Trafford from 2007 to 2009 before barrelling into Eastlands where he has been terrorising defences and his own management ever since.

Tevez however, is yet to be convinced of Manchester’s charms as this clip shows…………..

So don’t expect to see him out with his SLR taking pictures for his scrap-book.

But you needn’t despair; if you’re too lazy to travel to Carrington, too late to get into Old Trafford and too poor to be allowed anywhere near Alderly Edge, there are still plenty of places you can go to see a professional footballer in the flesh. Here are just a few ideas, let us know who you’ve spotted and where:

San Carlo – A favourite with players from both the red and blue sides of the city. Just remember to duck when Balotelli starts throwing his bread rolls around

Drip Café – A popular spot for Rio Ferdinand to be seen discussing his latest business venture.

The Stock – Perhaps one of the ‘’two restaurants’ in Manchester’’ referred to by Carlos Tevez. Known to be a favourite amongst many in the United squad.

Cloud 23 – The swanky cocktail bar in the sky is frequented regularly by the North West’s footballers including the perfect role model, El Hadji Diouf.

Panacea – Plenty of top players to see here, if you can catch a glimpse through the thick forest of WAG wannabes.

Rosso – Part owned by Rio Ferdinand, who often invites his mates over for dinner.


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I live in Chorlton, South Manchester and work for an Environmental Support company called ENWORKS. Graduated from Sheffield University with BA(Hons) in Economics & Geography.
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