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

James Lawton: Still complaining, Carlos? It's time City cut their losses on Argentine

Tevez’s worst critic could not dispute the huge part he played in the first trophy of City’s new age

Tevez's hopes of Inter deal recede

Carlos Tevez's hopes of a move from Manchester City to Internazionale were apparently extinguished yesterday.

City players turn on Carlos Tevez over striker's continuing transfer saga

Three senior players at Manchester City have told manager Roberto Mancini that they do not want Carlos Tevez to be captain of the side if he returns next season, delivering the first evidence that the interminable uncertainty over the Argentine's future is damaging his popularity.

Family key to Tevez future

Carlos Tevez is content with life at Manchester City and is likely to stay if his family are happy to move there, according to agent Kia Joorabchian.

Adam Johnson warns of Premiership power shift

Adam Johnson has warned Manchester United that Manchester City could soon become the leading club in the city.

Carlos Tevez to join Manchester City parade

Carlos Tevez was expected to be on Manchester City's FA Cup final victory parade this afternoon.

Nigel De Jong hopeful Carlos Tevez will stay at Manchester City

Manchester City midfielder Nigel de Jong says the players might be tempted to do "something crazy" in a bid to prevent Carlos Tevez leaving Eastlands.

Carlos Tevez considering stay at Manchester City

Carlos Tevez has revealed he would be happy to stay at Manchester City if he can find a solution to his family issues.

Carlos Tevez losing FA Cup final fitness battle

Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini has admitted it will be impossible for Carlos Tevez to play in the FA Cup final if he cannot play some part in Tuesday's Premier League encounter with Tottenham.

Ferguson backs battle-hardened United to topple City pretenders

Manager believes his side's big-game experience can be decisive factor in today's FA Cup semi-final at Wembley

Carlos Tevez certain to miss FA Cup semi-final

Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez will miss Saturday's FA Cup semi-final against Manchester United at Wembley, manager Roberto Mancini has confirmed.

Carroll double helps Liverpool crush Man City

England striker Andy Carroll scored twice, his first goals for Liverpool, in a 3-0 defeat of fourth-placed Manchester City on Monday to maintain their faint hopes of Champions League football next season.

Mark Steel: Let's kick hypocrisy out of football

Wayne Rooney seemed like such a polite young man that who would have guessed he'd be the type to use a swear word at a time of high emotion? So naturally for three days the incident dominated the news and the radio phone-ins, and millions of people are apparently shocked because he's a role model, so let's at least hope he doesn't use that sort of language when the prostitutes are round, because goodness knows what they'd think.

FA accuses QPR over third-party ownership

Queen's Park Rangers face a possible points deduction after being charged with breaching player ownership regulations. The Football Association yesterday announced that it had charged the Championship leaders with seven counts concerning third-party ownership of Argentine midfielder Alejandro Faurlin.

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