Manchester United fans hit back at Tevez taunt ad

LONDON - Manchester United fans have created a mock up of a poster campaign run by Manchester City, in which their rivals welcomed new signing Carlos Tevez to the city.

Manchester City signed the player for £25m once his loan contract had expired at Manchester United and promptly created a poster with the words 'Welcome to Manchester', a dig at their rivals who are technically based outside the city.


The poster riled Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson who called city 'a small club with a small mentality'.


United fans have now responded by mocking up the poster online with the words 'Welcome to the end of your career'.


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