Sport Manchester City chairman Khaldoon al-Mubarak looks on from the in the stands at the Etihad Stadium

City reported losses of £51.6m for 2012/13, down from £97.9m the previous year

Mancini's men find their feet far too late

The English newspapers in the Mancini household are read only by the Manchester City manager's wife, Federica, so he has at least been spared the regular midweek dissections of his side's journey into the Champions League. That is quite a mercy, because the events which unfolded before his own eyes have been challenging enough.

England striker Wayne Rooney leaves the pitch after being shown a red card for kicking an opponent against Montenegro in October

FA pulls out all the stops for Rooney's Euro appeal

Capello to address Uefa panel today as four-man legal team try to reduce England striker's ban

Carlos Tevez and his club are reportedly seeking a speedy resolution to the current situation

AC Milan say any new arrivals will be on loan

AC Milan could bring a leading player to the club during the winter transfer window - but only on loan.

Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish keeps an eye on his Manchester City opposite number Roberto Mancini during the Premier League encounter at Anfield in April

Dalglish stands in way of City bouncing back

After chastening defeat in Naples, Mancini's table-toppers must show character at Anfield

Roberto Mancini silent on AC Milan interest in Carlos Tevez

Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini has refused to discuss the issue of Carlos Tevez at his weekly press briefing ahead of Sunday's Premier League encounter with Liverpool.

<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

Carlos Tevez will be in breach of his contract yet again and liable for another two-week fine unless the striker - who arrived in Buenos Aires on an unscheduled visit yesterday - attends training in Manchester at 10.30 this morning.

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Tevez has shown little respect for his employers

Roberto Mancini opens door for Carlos Tevez return

Roberto Mancini has suggested Carlos Tevez could yet return to the Manchester City team if he apologises for his part in the ongoing controversy.

Carlos Tevez found guilty - statement in full

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

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

Mario Balotelli's head 'screwed on' says Joe Hart

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

Balotelli in trouble after early derby fireworks

Police and fire services called to star's mansion after 'bizarre' incident

Carlos Tevez could have 'long-term' future at Manchester City says agent

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

Carlos Tevez overlooked for Argentina, Sergio Aguero included

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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