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Published: Sep 30 , 2011
Author: Mike Freedman

I watched Manchester City’s Manager Roberto Mancini’s outburst straight after the Champions’ League game in which Carlos Tevez reportedly refused to go on to the pitch. Mancini clearly said that Carlo Tevez would not play for him again. In fact at one point prior to this outburst he had claimed that it wasn’t his decision. It just seems that later as he appeared to gain encouragement from the supportive comments of the BBC’s man holding the microphone, he went the whole way and declared his position on his Argentinean ex-captain. There are a few points of interest in the events both within and surrounding that interview...

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