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Carlos Tevez wants to stay at Manchester City


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By Andrew Tuft

Monday 30 April 2012

Carlos Tevez wants to put his troubled Manchester City past behind him and remain at the Etihad Stadium to play a part in the club’s future, the Independent has reported. Tevez joined City in a controversial move from Manchester United and missed five months of the current Premier League season after falling out with manager Roberto Mancini.



Tevez was fined and suspended for reportedly refusing to warm up during Manchester City’s Champions League match with Borussia Dortmund, and responded to the punishment by returning to Argentina. Mancini later declared Tevez would never play for City again but following an apology by the striker, the manager welcomed Tevez back into the fold.


Since his return in March Tevez has scored four times, including a hat-trick against Norwich City in a 6-1 away win. Tevez’s other goal so far came against West Bromwich Albion in a 4-0 triumph, while the 28-year-old is expected to feature against former club United in Monday evening’s top of the table Manchester derby.


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