Former Man U and Man City forward Carlos Tevez is back where he began his professional career, playing for the Boca Juniors in Argentina’s top division. During a game today Tevez committed a pretty obvious foul – minutes after scoring a goal to put Boca up 1-0 – and then argued with the referee as he assessed him a yellow card. Tevez then said something about the ref’s sister and received a second yellow card and ejection. Tevez then continued to argue, but the referee was all out of yellow cards.
‘La concha puta de tu hermana’. The words which, unsurprisingly, earned Tevez a 2nd yellow card for dissent
— Daniel Edwards (@DanEdwardsGoal) September 11, 2016
Google translate says that means, “hooker shell of your sister,” which is a much nicer phrasing than what is apparently a more accurate translation: “your sister’s whorish c—.” Yes, directing the c-word at a referee’s sister in any language will earn you a yellow card.