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Nicky Summerbee feels the returning Carlos Tevez can help guide Manchester City to this season’s Premier League title.read more
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Manchester City trained without Carlos Tevez on Wednesday morning ahead of Thursday's Europa League game at Porto.
Tevez reported back to the club on Tuesday night after spending more than three months in Argentina without permission.
The 28-year-old striker has not been registered to play in Europe and was therefore not involved as the first team trained for the final time...
Carlos Tevez is ready to pull on a Manchester City shirt again following a "thawing" in relations between the striker and club.
The Argentina international has not played for City since his refusal to warm-up during the Champions League defeat by Bayern Munich in September.
His City career appeared to be over and he has spent the last couple of months back in his homeland...
Carlos Tevez arrived back in England on Tuesday afternoon, and was expected to report back to Manchester City's training ground around 5pm, Press Association Sport understands.
The 28-year-old has been in Argentina without the club's permission since November but has now said he wants to resume his City career.
Tevez, who was frustrated in his bid to secure a transfer last...
Not a moment too soon, Carlos Tevez appears ready to apologize. It seems Manchester City's ostracized striker has tired of twiddling his thumbs and playing golf while frittering away millions in fines and earnings lost by not playing. He says he wants to be a footballer again to - try not to laugh - ''win over the fans.''
To which the answer must be: Not so fast...
Carlos Tevez will report back to Manchester City on Tuesday keen to make amends with manager Roberto Mancini and help the club win the Premier League title, according to the player's representatives.
It is also believed that the Argentina striker is likely to drop his appeal to the Premier League against a six-week club fine totalling around £1.2million as part of the peace...
Manchester City youngster Luca Scapuzzi believes Carlos Tevez will be welcomed back by the playing group.read more
Manchester City’s Carlos Tevez is reportedly dropping an appeal against his 1.18 million-pound fine from the Premier League. The Daily...
A representative of Carlos Tevez says the Argentine forward will return to Manchester City on Tuesday after spending nearly three months on unauthorized leave.
<img align="left" border="0" src="http://msnbcmedia.msn.com/j/MSNBC/Components/Photo/_new/110617-man-city.thumb.jpg" alt="FILE In this Monday Sept. 26, 2011 file photo Manchester City's Sergio Aguero, center, shares a joke with teammate Carlos Tevez, right, while Aleksandar Kolarov looks on as they train at Carrington training ground, Manchester...
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Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez has accused boss Roberto Mancini of "treating him like a dog".
Chelsea boss Andre Villas-Boas's future is in increasing doubt after his...
The Argentine will return from his home country on Tuesday and arrive back in the North West hoping to give his Premier League career another shot
rebel striker Carlos Tevez says if manager Roberto Mancini is
sincere about having him back in his squad he would gladly play
again for the Premier League club.
Manchester City forward Carlos Tevez is ready to mend his relationship with the club’s fans, according to his agent. The...
The Italian has refuted comments made by the Argentine prior to his return, and insisted he will not answer any more questions on the striker before Thursday's Porto tie