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Latest Roberto Mancini Items
Fabrice Muamba's cardiac arrest during a match has prompted the Premier League to see if improvements can be made to medical tests and the treatment available during games.
For those who fear that money is hijacking soccer, that victory on the field is becoming a preserve of the wealthy, a ray of hope came this weekend from an unlikely source _ Wales.
Not a moment too soon, Carlos Tevez appears ready to apologize. It seems Manchester City's ostracized striker has tired of twiddling his thumbs and playing golf while frittering away millions in fines and earnings lost by not playing. He says he wants to be a soccer player again to _ try not to laugh _ "win over the fans."
Manchester City enters Christmas as the top team in England for the first time since 1929. Back then, City failed to stay the course. It had to wait until 1937 to win the title and until 1968 to do so again.
Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini has an excuse ready in case things go wrong. Because even he seems unable to predict which Mario Balotelli will show up: the nonchalant striker of impressive goals or the young man who can at times appear immature and as hard to manage as nitroglycerine.
Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez was fined a month's wages Tuesday but can keep playing despite being found guilty of five breaches of contract for misconduct on the bench during a Champions League match.
The Alex Ferguson era isn't over at Manchester United. Still, this did feel like the beginning of the end.
In 2009, Carlos Tevez was hailed with a giant billboard reading: "Welcome to Manchester."
Carlos Tevez was suspended by Manchester City on Wednesday while the team investigates his apparent refusal to play during a Champions League game against Bayern Munich.