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Mark Hughes has defended the vast sums of money Manchester City have spent on agents over the past 12 months.

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Patrice Evra is ready to join in the booing of Carlos Tevez if his good friend turns out in Sunday's Manchester derby.

Carlos Tevez unlikely to rescue Manchester City from their striker crisis

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Alleged £47m Tevez deal denied

A spokesman for Kia Joorabchian last night denied that Manchester City had struck a deal to pay a British record £47m for Carlos Tevez to MSI, the company fronted by Joorabchian that effectively owned the player until he moved to City last month.

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City's fans inspire me, says Adebayor

Support from the stands has helped £25m striker find goalscoring form in no time

Warnock backs Manchester City to crack top four

Neil Warnock tipped Manchester City to break into the Barclays Premier League top three this season after seeing at first hand just how the Eastlands revolution is progressing.

Manchester City to announce Lescott signing

Manchester City expect to finally announce the capture of Joleon Lescott from Everton at some point today.

Neil Warnock: It's great for Championship to have Magpies

If I had to name three teams from the Championship who will be promoted, I'd go for West Bromwich Albion, who've kept together most of their team, my old team Sheffield United, who lost in the play-off final and have the benefit of the Carlos Tevez Affair compensation money, and... well, I'll cheat and say either Roy Keane's Ipswich, or another relegated club in Middlesbrough.

Tevez injured following slip in shower

Manchester City's £25m signing Carlos Tevez could miss the start of the season after slipping in the shower.

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