UK court rescinds Tevez’s community service

  • Agencies, Macclesfield
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  • Updated: Jul 11, 2013 01:29 IST

Carlos Tevez has been cleared to start the season with Juventus after having his court-ordered punishment rescinded in England. The former Manchester City striker still had to complete the majority of his 250 hours’ of unpaid community service that was imposed after a string of driving offences before leaving the Premier League club.

But the terms have been changed by Macclesfield Magistrates’ Court near Manchester, with Tevez paying a fine now instead.

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