Carlos Tevez Manchester City Roberto ManciniManchester City will not allow Carlos Tevez to play for them again, it has been revealed. The Mail on Sunday says City are determined that Tevez will pay football’s ultimate price for downing tools in Munich last week – and end his days with the club as a first-team outcast. City manager Roberto Mancini has not deviated from his post-match assertion that the Argentinian striker will never kick a ball for City again. And an internal investigation is expected to give the Italian total backing. Tevez had planned to fly back to Argentina on Friday to spend time with his family and avoid the media spotlight but City have ordered him to be available for interview as part of their investigation into his alleged conduct. He will probably be interviewed tomorrow, while team-mates will also give formal evidence this week.