Found February 17, 2012 on
Manchester City youngster Luca Scapuzzi believes Carlos Tevez will be welcomed back by the playing group.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...
Each day we'll bring you the very latest tabloid rumors as the biggest clubs around splash the cash to bolster their rosters. True or not, they're always entertaining...
Carlos Tevez was snubbed by boss Roberto Mancini and slammed by fans and former players as he returned to Manchester City yesterday with the prospect of another fine hanging over him.
AC Milan patron Silvio Berlusconi insists he’s not disappointed missing out on Carlos Tevez. Tevez returned to Manchester City this week after seeing a move to Milan fail to materialise.read more
AC Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani has refused to discuss reviving their bid for Manchester City rebel Carlos Tevez.read more
Manchester City manager Roberto
Mancini rejected Carlos Tevez's accusation he had treated him
"like a dog" and said on Wednesday he had, if anything, been too
nice to the rebel striker.
The knockout rounds of the UEFA Champions League is widely regarded as the pinnacle of club soccer. Arsenal forgot about that on Wednesday, and went all the way to Milan four nothing. That's just one of the jokes making the rounds these days. The Gunners were hammered by AC Milan 4-0, and the buzzards are circling around the Emirates Stadium. What does that result mean for the...
Nicky Summerbee feels the returning Carlos Tevez can help guide Manchester City to this season’s Premier League title.read more
Argentina coach Alejandro Sabella said he will not select Carlos Tevez until the striker makes his way back into the...
Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini has dismissed Carlos Tevez's claim that he treated the Argentinian "like a dog."
The striker made the remark in a television interview in his homeland earlier this week when discussing events on the bench during the infamous Champions League defeat at Bayern Munich in September.
Tevez was accused of refusing to warm up that...
Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure has insisted he is happy to see striker Carlos Tevez back at Eastlands. Argentine international...
Carlos Tevez is back in England for showdown talks over his Manchester City future, reports the Daily Mail.read more
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
The Rossoneri chief has voiced his delight with the 4-0 win, while stating that Massimiliano Allegri's men are better than Juventus and that he never wanted Carlos Tevez