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

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Carlos Tevez was last night fined four weeks' wages by Manchester City after being found guilty of misconduct.

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Goalkeeper Joe Hart admits life can be frustrating with Mario Balotelli but is convinced the striker now has his head "screwed on".

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Carlos Tevez's advisor Kia Joorabchian believes the player could have a long-term future at Manchester City.

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New manager Alejandro Sabella has left Manchester City's unsettled striker Carlos Tevez out of the Argentina squad for a pair of friendlies in Asia next month.

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