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Tevez jibes were 'misinterpreted'

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Sir Alex Ferguson 'not interested' in Carlos Tevez and Gary Neville spat

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The most memorable goal celebrations

Carlos Tevez turned up the heat at an already sizzling Eastlands last night with his goal celebrations aimed at his former employers.

Red hot Tevez looks set to make Ferguson eat his words

The words of Sir Alex Ferguson last summer are coming back to haunt him. Six months ago the Manchester United manager told reporters during the club's pre-season trip to Malaysia that former United striker Carlos Tevez was not worth the £25m that Manchester City paid for him.

Manchester United miss star duo says Mancini

Roberto Mancini is not surprised Manchester United are not the same team without Cristiano Ronaldo and Carlos Tevez.

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