The Argentina striker should finally make his debut at Portsmouth on Wednesday night after a protracted wrangle over registration and ownership rights which was headed for the High Court until Tevez´s ´adviser´ Kia Joorabchian offered to pay West Ham £2million in compensation for a player they never actually owned.
"You always learn from your experiences," said Gill. "(Premier League chief executive) Richard Scudamore is a bright chap. I am sure he will pick up the rights and wrongs of this particular affair."
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