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<b>Carlos Tevez v Roberto Mancini</b><br/>
In a Champions League match against Bayern Munich there was much heated debate on the Manchester City bench. Afterwards, City manager Mancini claimed Tevez had refused to come on as a substitute. Tevez denies the claims and is understood to be considering legal action against his manager for suggesting such a thing.

Roberto Mancini closes Manchester City door on Carlos Tevez once more

Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini today repeated his belief that Carlos Tevez has played his last game for the club.

<b>Carlos Tevez v Roberto Mancini</b><br/>
In a Champions League match against Bayern Munich there was much heated debate on the Manchester City bench. Afterwards, City manager Mancini claimed Tevez had refused to come on as a substitute. Tevez denies the claims and is understood to be considering legal action against his manager for suggesting such a thing.

Carlos Tevez absent from Manchester City training

Carlos Tevez has failed to report for training with Manchester City this morning, the club have confirmed.

Tevez is now expected to bide his time and wait for a January move

Tevez faces fine after defying club to fly home

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Tevez has shown little respect for his employers

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Carlos Tevez found guilty - statement in full

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Manchester City's very own Rocket Man, Mario Balotelli, enjoys scoring his second

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