Carlos Tevez wants Fernando Torres to join Manchester City's Premier League
Daily Mail
By Sportsmail Reporter Last updated at 9:37 AM on 28th July 2010 Carlos Tevez has urged Fernando Torres to help him fire Manchester City to the Premier
Tevez would welcome TorresSkySports
Tevez urges Torres to join Manchester CityTimes of India
Tevez wants (blog)
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Ex-Oasis star Noel Gallagher meets a nude Carlos Tevez – Daily Gossip
Ex-Oasis star Noel Gallagher reportedly met his Manchester City hero Carlos Tevez naked. The guitarist, who has joked he will name his next kid after the
Noel saw my short 'n Carl-iesThe Sun
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Daily Mail

Manu to fight for City place
in 25 league starts during his first season at City after his big-money move from Arsenal but was overshadowed by fellow summer signing Carlos Tevez.
Adebayor will fight for (blog)
As Mario Balotelli heads for Manchester City, Juventus and Marseille want Daily Mail
Olympique Marseille eye ambitious move for Manchester City striker Emmanuel –Bleacher Report –
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The Guardian

Chelsea – Ramires deal hits a snag?
is that Ramires is part-owned by notorious agent Kia Joorabchian; the same Joorabchian involved in the transfers of Carlos Tevez and Javier Mascherano
Transfer News: Chelsea target Ramires and Sunderland close in on two (blog)
Chelsea's Ramires offer under scrutinyESPN STAR Sports
Prem to KO Blues' Ram raidThe Sun
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Globe and Mail

Argentina power struggle costs Maradona his job
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Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez for one was seen swerving out of the way to avoid one of Maradona's smackers during the World Cup.
Diego Maradona criticises Messi News
Maradona sacked as Argentina bossIrish Times
Maradona out as coach as Argentina's soccer coachThe Associated Press
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Peace FM Online

Kolarov arrives in millionaires' lair
Once it was David Beckham and Victoria Beckham, while today Elderly Edge is the home of Wayne Rooney, Carlos Tevez, Emanuel Adebayor, Robinho,
Man City: The price of revolution? £130m pleaseIndependent
Premier League – Early Doors: Torres can make City credibleYahoo! Eurosport UK
'I think people are scared of Manchester City,' says Roberto ManciniThe Guardian
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