City reject Tevez transfer request

Carlos Tevez clashes with Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini

Carlos Tevez clashes with Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini

Manchester City have released an official statement confirming reports that Carlos Tevez has handed in a transfer request, and the club revealed they have rejected the striker’s demand.

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• Tevez “tired of football” Read more of this post

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Mancini faces fans fury

Carlos Tevez makes way for Gareth Barry in a seemingly bizarre substitution by under pressure Man City manager Roberto Mancini

Carlos Tevez makes way for Gareth Barry in a seemingly bizarre substitution by under pressure Man City manager Roberto Mancini

Manchester City 0 – 0 Birmingham

Roberto Mancini felt the full weight of frustration as his Manchester City side were booed off after their second goalless draw in four days at Eastlands.• Mancini doesn’t feel any pressureJust as against Manchester United on Wednesday, the entertainment value was sadly lacking, except this time City were playing against a side who could be in the bottom three by tomorrow evening.James Milner came closest to breaking the deadlock, 15 seconds after the interval, when his shot was cleared off the line by Stephen Carr.It was not impressive stuff though for a side who, whilst remaining in a Champions League position, have now won just one match from their last five Premier League outings and have not scored a league goal on home soil since the beginning of October.That Mancini compounded this by taking crowd favourite Carlos Tevez off before the end, and replacing him with Gareth Barry, just heightened a sense of unhappiness at the sight of an obdurate Birmingham outfit heading back down the M6 with a precious point. Read more of this post

Mancini warns Adam Johnson not believe own hype.

 

Mancini: We knew they wanted more

Mancini: We knew they wanted more

Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini has sought to take Adam Johnson down a notch, telling the young England international he’s nowhere near the player he thinks he is and he shouldn’t believe the hype the English media has placed around him.

Mancini: We knew they wanted more

• Johnson not enjoying sub role

Only half of Johnson’s 16 appearances for his club this season have been as a member of Mancini’s starting line-up, with the player seemingly the major loser following David Silva‘s £24million summer arrival from Valencia. Read more of this post

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