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Striker vows to do a Tevez

calleri.jpg_2127846270Jonathon Calleri has vowed to do his utmost to follow in the footsteps of Carlos Tevez declaring: “I have a lot more to offer.”

Speaking to the official site the Argentine striker  said: “The style of play here is very different and it can take a few months to settle in.

“I remember it took a while for Carlos Tevez and Javier Mascherano to settle in and then they did really well. I am hoping that I can leave my mark at the Club.

“We all remember how he saved the Club from relegation and I hope I can achieve just a quarter of what he achieved here.”

Calleri was forced to miss the 1-1 draw with Middlesbrough through injury, but he is hoping to be back in contention for the next game against Crystal Palace and is confident the team can move away from the bottom three in the next few weeks.

He said: “The draw with Middlesbrough will hopefully be the start of a good run for us. The international break comes at a good time as it means we can take stock and reflect as a team.”

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2 comments on “Striker vows to do a Tevez

  1. It’s purely a confidence issue with Calleri……… but Carroll will be back soon

  2. I like his attitude like he says it is a big adjustment but I am sure he will come good, unlike Tevez he is trying to learn the language which will help.

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