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Club convinced Tevez will be 'happy' to stay and give his best

Carlos Tevez and Roberto Mancini have finally had a telephone conversation, leaving the Manchester City manager convinced that the Argentine will play in good faith next season if he fails to find another club.

Carlos Tevez allowed to take extended break

Carlos Tevez will miss the Community Shield on Sunday after Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini agreed to extend the South American's summer holiday.

Dimitar Berbatov says Manchester United fans misunderstand him

Dimitar Berbatov insists fans confuse his laid-back approach to football with a misguided belief that he does not care.

Carlos Tevez not 'overly worried' after transfer collapses

Manchester City's want-away striker Carlos Tevez is not "overly worried" by the collapse of his move to Corinthians with representative Kia Joorabchian confident new bids will be made for the player.

Manchester City see £38m Sergio Aguero as answer to Carlos Tevez problem

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Corinthians withdraw from Carlos Tevez deal

Carlos Tevez's proposed £40million move from Manchester City to Brazilian outfit Corinthians has collapsed.

Corinthians deny Carlos Tevez deal agreed

Brazilian outfit Corinthians insist they have not yet struck a deal to sign Carlos Tevez from Manchester City.

Brazil lose their bottle to follow Argentina in crashing out of Copa America

Another penalty shoot-out; another giant falls. A day after Argentina went out of the Copa America to Uruguay, holders Brazil also crashed out last night, beaten 2-0 in a shoot-out by Paraguay after a 0-0 draw in their quarter-final in La Plata .

Argentina beaten by Uruguay on penalties

Lionel Messi's Copa America dream lay in tatters on Saturday after Argentina were beaten by old rivals Uruguay in a dramatic quarter-final.

Juventus join race to sign Carlos Tevez claim Corinthians

Corinthians president Andres Sanchez claims Juventus have entered the race to sign Carlos Tevez but insists his own club will not increase their offer for the want-away Argentinian.

Carlos Tevez transfer to Corinthians 'not simple' says Kia Joorabchian

Kia Joorabchian has admitted forcing through a deal for Carlos Tevez to join Brazilian outfit Corinthians "will not be simple".

Messi offered a route out of Argentinian nightmare

Brazilian newspaper Meia Hora has come up with a novel solution for the two struggling superpowers at the 2011 Copa America.

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