If you Google Carlos Tevez today, a summary of the headlines would read something like this: "Tevez's Troubles are History".

I surely hope so, because despite his bad boy image the guy can really kick a ball. To put it mildly. Together with Aguero, City probably have one of the most lethal attacking sides in the Premier League.
While a Kop true and through, gotta admit that I hate to love watching the 2011/2012 champs play.

Whatever his reason for exile last season, Tevez proves to have a soft side.

Head of the PR company handling City's affairs in Malaysia noted that the Argentine spearheaded the club's efforts to visit an orphan home in PJ over the usual coaching clinic which took place yesterday.

The visit lasted just over an hour - Tevez was accompanied by teammate, goalkeeper Costel Pantilimon and the City entourage.



Both took turns playing, what else - basketball (uh),  followed by a photo session with the kids. Surely made the kids' day - although I did catch some of them wearing Man United jerseys. Considering he was a Red Devil before, I guess the connection's there? Or they were just rebels. Yeah the latter seemed more like it.

Later on, us media peeps got a chance to get up close to the stars.



The guy on the left is his translator. After all that time in London Y U NO speak English, Carlos??? Hmmmm. However, you are quite the muy caliente. Si si :)



Pantilimon was dripping in sweat at this point. It should be illegal to be that tall (next to anyone less than 5'4).

Am looking forward to watch the boys take on our Malaysian XI tonight at Stadium Bukit Jalil.

If you didn't get tickets, you can still catch them on the box in your living room on Astro Supersports - LIVE no less!

xo Reem