We've all had boss' that we've hated. Maybe you thought that they held a personal grievance over you for literally no reason or that they had gone crazy with power or that they were scared of your obvious skills and attributes in a number of fields. Either way, you probably just let this anger and hatred for your superior bubble and stew in your belly without ever really acting upon it.
But that's not the way Carlos Tevez rolls.
The Manchester City forward couldn't resist a dig at his former manager, Manchester United's Sir Alex Ferguson, as Manchester City celebrated their unlikely title victory with an open top bus ride through the North West city.
However his most recent attempt to wind up English football's greatest ever manager has seen the Argentinian striker receive a host of abuse himself from football fans and pundits alike. And they probably have a point. Check out an image of his little stunt below.
Yeah. I think it's safe to say that Carlos went a little too far. City immediately apologised for his actions but not their number 32 is adamant that he doesn't need to say sorry and criticised Ferguson for acting like "the president of England."
Someone clearly still has some issues he needs to deal with.
Article by Gregory Wakeman