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Carlos Tevez 'won't play for me again' says Roberto Mancini
Published : 28 Sep 2011 08:59:12
DAILY MAIL: Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini accused Carlos Tevez ofrefusing to play as the club's Champions League hopes took a dive here with defeat by Bayern Munich. Finished! Tevez won't play for me again, says Mancini as striker refuses to go on as sub Also: Tottenham have offered to make Luka Modric their first ?100,000-a-week player, more than doubling his current ?46,000-a-week wage. Spurs offer Modric ?100k-a-week deal to smash White Hart Lane wage structure Anarchy: City boss Roberto Mancini claims Carlos Tevez (above) refused to play THE GUARDIAN:Roberto Mancini revealed that Carlos Tevez had refused to go on as a substitute for Manchester City last night as his team's defeat was overshadowed by the Argentinian's behaviour and the manager's row with Edin Dzeko. Also:The future of the Rugby World Cup will come under threat unless fundamental changes ensure leading nations do not lose millions in revenue at the 2015 tournament in England, according to the head of the New Zealand Rugby Union. THE SUN:Roberto Mancini insists Carlos Tevez is finished at City after the striker refused to play for him. Also: Andre Villas-Boas insists Frank Lampard will be a key Chelsea player "for years to come". THE TIMES: CarlosTevez's career at Manchester City looked to be over last night after he refused to go on as a substitute in the 2-0 Champions League defeat by Bayern Munich. Also: Therewere already doubts about the calibre of Arsenal's squad, so the best that can be said of the news that nine players are unfit for tonight's Champions League game against Olympiacos is that it gives fringe membersof the squad a chance to confound the sceptics. Double your wages: Modric has been offered deal THE INDEPENDENT: Onan incredible night of Champions League football, Manchester United contrived to throw away a two-goal lead before scraping a 3-3 draw at home to a team of supposed Swiss pushovers - Basle - while Manchester City's first test away from home ended in a 2-0 defeat at Bayern Munich but this was overshadowed by a remarkable row involving Carlos Tevez. DAILY MIRROR: Carlos Tevez went on strike last night - and boss Roberto Mancini vowed to kick him out of Manchester City. Also: Arsene Wenger is facing a new battle with Real Madrid for Lille starlet Eden Hazard.DAILY EXPRESS: AshleyYoung rescued a point for Manchester United in a draw with Basle after it looked like the Swiss side had hit them with a classic eins-zwei-Frei. Also: ManchesterCity were in disarray in the Champions League last night... Mark Cueto's three tries and man-of-the-match award against Romania appear not to have been enough to secure him a starting place agaisnt Scotland on Saturday.DAILY TELEGRAPH: Thechants were all in English by the end, the familiar strains of Football's Coming Home tumbling from the terraces but it was the Bayern Munich fans singing, the Germans crowing as Franck Ribery, Mario Gomez and Bastian Schweinsteiger toyed with Manchester City. Their other chantwas in Spanish: "Ole". Also: ArseneWenger has admitted that Jack Wilshere may have been overplayed at the end of last season but said the midfielder's ankle injury could not havebeen predicted as he defended the club's medical staff.DAILY STAR: Ashley Young rescued Manchester United with a last-minute equaliser at Old Trafford last night. Also: RobertoMancini's Manchester City got a harsh lesson in Champions League life last night. They conceded two goals in seven minutes just before the break against Bayern Munich and could not claw their way back into the game.