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

Leading article: Lessons in team work

Twenty-six of the 33 rescued Chilean miners turned up at Old Trafford yesterday in red Manchester United shirts ahead of last night's match between United and Arsenal. Meanwhile, down the road, another Latin American, Carlos Tevez, who defected from United to their rivals Manchester City, was trying with his usual indefatigable energy to dig his way out of his contract with Manchester's blue team.

Summerbee: City will thrive without Tevez

Manchester City legend Mike Summerbee is convinced the club will prosper no matter whether Carlos Tevez decides to leave or not.

Mancini calls on City to prove they can thrive without Tevez

Roberto Mancini may have to do without Carlos Tevez this weekend, but the Manchester City manager believes the Argentine will be at Eastlands for the long term, despite the pair's very public disagreement last Saturday after Tevez was substituted late on against Bolton.

City should focus on trophies not baiting United, says Tevez

Carlos Tevez wants to "wind up" Sir Alex Ferguson in the best manner possible – by winning trophies for Manchester City.

Carlos Tevez demands more from Manchester City team-mates

Carlos Tevez has called on Manchester City to "get their act together" and start hitting the winning form that could propel them to the top of the Premier League table.

Roberto Mancini sympathises with homesick Carlos Tevez

Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini admits he can understand why Carlos Tevez might be feeling homesick - but is confident the striker will not cut his contract short at Eastlands.

Mancini expects Rooney to stay at Old Trafford

Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini believes Wayne Rooney will see out the remaining year of his contract at Old Trafford despite City being linked with a move for the unsettled England striker.

Manchester City have not made contact with Rooney

Manchester City have had no contact with Wayne Rooney, according to manager Roberto Mancini.

Manager claims row with Tevez 'is good for the club'

Roberto Mancini, the Manchester City manager, has admitted there was a dressing-room bust-up with his captain, Carlos Tevez, at the weekend but dismissed concerns about the incident as "a load of tosh" and described it as "the alarm call everyone needed" after an anodyne first half against Newcastle United.

Roberto Mancini plays down bust-up with Carlos Tevez

Roberto Mancini has admitted there was a dressing room bust up with captain Carlos Tevez at the weekend but dismissed concerns about it as “a load of tosh” and described it as “the alarm call everyone needed” after an anodyne first half against Nerwcastle United.

Mancini offers Tevez olive branch after Sunday's half-time quarrel

Captain offered time off for family visit to smooth over rift but De Jong is dropped by Dutch after horror tackle

Reina vows to bounce back after howler

Liverpool goalkeeper Pepe Reina has vowed to bounce back from his blunder which helped Argentina defeat Spain 4-1 in an international friendly in Buenos Aires on Tuesady evening.

Tevez promises improvement in Argentina form

Argentina striker Carlos Tevez insists he is fully prepared both mentally and physically for the World Cup.

Redknapp hails England quartet

Harry Redknapp picked out four England hopefuls for special praise as Tottenham triumphed over Manchester City to secure a place in the Champions League.

Team News: 29/04/2010

Birmingham

Lee Carsley is to leave the club in the summer. "I have had two fantastic years," the 36-year-old midfielder who joined the club from Everton in May 2008, said. "I thank the fans for their support [and] will now look for a new club."

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