The Argentine is a cult hero at West Ham United for his relegation fighting magic in 2007.
Juventus have finally turned their Italian domestic dominance into success in Europe this season, as they defeated Real Madrid on aggregate last night to book their place in the Champions League final.
The Bianconeri drew 1-1 in the Bernabeu last night to take a 3-2 aggregate victory, thanks to a goal from former Real Madrid player Alvaro Morata.
He also scored in the first leg against his former club, with the third goal coming from Carlos Tevez.
Of course Tevez is a player well known for his exploits in English football with the likes of Manchester United, Manchester City and, perhaps most fondly, West Ham United.
His tremendous form toward the end of the 2006-07 season saw The Hammers survive on the final day of the season, as he scored the winning goal against Manchester United 1-0 at Old Trafford.
So it is fair to say that Tevez is something of a cult hero at West Ham.
That was shown this morning, when a West Ham stalwart made his feelings clear on who he wanted to win the Champions League final.
Mark Noble sent this Tweet out this morning:
Of course Tevez is not the only former West Ham player who will be in action in the fixture. Javier Mascherano will be tasked with stopping him for Barcelona, but his time in London is not remembered as fondly.
Make no doubt about it, West Ham fans will certainly prefer to see Tevez lifting up the trophy in Berlin.