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

Tevez took Manchester United training easy reveals Ferdinand

Rio Ferdinand has accused Carlos Tevez of taking it easy in training during his time at Old Trafford.

'Free striker' role has brought goals says Tevez

Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez believes his impressive goals tally this season is down to a greater freedom to attack.

Tevez on fire ahead of Manchester derby

Former Manchester United striker Carlos Tevez will face his old club on Saturday in arguably the form of his life.

Clegg promises to deliver 'fairness'

Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg pleaded with voters today to trust his party to "deliver the fairness that people want".

Martinez charged over referee comments

Wigan manager Roberto Martinez has been charged with improper conduct following comments made about referee Stuart Attwell after the Barclays Premier League clash with Manchester City, the Football Association have announced.

New manager to be unveiled tomorrow

Neil Warnock will become Queens Park Rangers' fourth manager of the season tomorrow after the Championship club agreed compensation terms with divisional rivals Crystal Palace.

Tevez expected to return for Chelsea clash

Carlos Tevez's adviser expects the Manchester City striker to be available for this weekend's match against Chelsea.

Rooney sends City tumbling

Injury-time goal takes United through 4-3 on aggregate, but club face inquiry into missiles thrown at Craig Bellamy

Manchester City the 'right club' says Tevez

Carlos Tevez claims he is now at the right club after joining Manchester City from Manchester United.

Gary Neville gearing up for Manchester United's 'big week'

Defender Gary Neville admits Manchester United have a big week ahead of them as they attempt to overturn Manchester City's advantage in the Carling Cup semi-final before facing Arsenal in a crunch clash at the weekend.

Tevez jibes were 'misinterpreted'

Carlos Tevez's agent, Kia Joorabchian, has insisted that the striker is not bitter at leaving Manchester United and his dispute is with Gary Neville alone. Joorabchian said: "If you don't have respect and class you have to accept that they are entitled to say something back. Gary Neville stepped into something that maybe he shouldn't have done and Carlos felt he had to answer.

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

Sir Alex Ferguson is not interested in getting involved in the spat between Carlos Tevez and Gary Neville.

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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