Carlos Tevez has revealed he is considering hanging up his boots at the end of the season.The 32-year-old returned to his native Argentina with Boca Juniors in the summer of 2015 after ending his two-year stay in Serie A with Juventus.He previously played in the Premier League for Manchester City, Manchester United and West Ham.Tevez snubbed the chance to rejoin West Ham in the summer, despite being offered £150,000-a-week.Now the forward has revealed he could quit football altogether due to the demands of the game in his home country.“It is a possibility (retirement); I’ll have a chat with my family to discuss it,” Tevez said.“I am tired and everyone knows I always say the truth, I’ll tell everyone what’s in my mind.“When a game in Europe ends, you can return to normal life, but we’re all crazy here. Everything depends on the game’s result.“When the team lose, you can’t even take your daughter to the dentist or to the medic. Someone has experienced this. If their team lose, they can’t even leave home.” Carlos Tevez in action for Boca Juniors 1
The board results are expected any time now and admission season has begun. In accordance with this, Delhi University held its first open day session on May 21. Two sessions were conducted on Thursday, which were attended by over 700 students and parents.The students were once again told that they should give more importance to their choice of course rather than college. The university has 61 colleges which offer a total of 60,000 seats.The open day sessions are conducted to provide information about the university to students and their parents, and also to answer all possible queries that they might have. The changes in the eligibility criteria have created confusion amongst the students. They were unclear about the admission process regarding sports category registrations, extra-curricular quota, hostel facilities, entrance tests and percentage point deduction for subjects.The Sports category registrations and fitness trials have become centralised this year. The best of four criteria, including one language and three academic subjects is the same as previous years. The entrance exams for most courses have been discontinued for most courses, but the tests will be conducted for Bachelor in Business Economics (BBE) and Bachelor in Finance and Investment (BFI).Also, this year onwards mathematics will be a compulsory subject for B.Com (Hons.), Economics (Hons.) and various management programmes.The students applying under the reserved categories, such as child of war widow, Jammu and Kashmir migrant, etc. have been advised by the university to apply through the regular format as well, as the seats under these quotas are extremely limited.advertisementThe university is also helping students with their queries online at the official website, www.du.ac.in.