Tevez could face another 'fine' for Mancini's comment
Carlos Tevez is on the verge of facing another fine of 400,000 pounds after claiming he had been treated like a dog by Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini
Carlos Tevez is on the verge of facing another fine of 400,000 pounds after claiming he had been treated like a dog by Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini.
He has already lost a stunning 9.8 million pounds in wages and fines for his conduct over the last year.
Tevez has once again come under scrutiny by his club following his latest outburst in an Argentinean television interview, which left everyone connected with City shaking their heads.
Club legend Dennis Tueart said that if Tevez is trying to sort out his differences, then he shouldn't have made such claims.
"When you're trying to build bridges, I'd suggest that''s not the best way of doing it," The Sun quoted Tueart, as saying.
City will look again at the full interview over the next few days before contemplating whether to take any further action.
But Tevez will start picking up his 198,000 pounds-a-week salary, which were stopped at the end of November.
Sources close to Tevez have indicated he will drop any appeal over the 1.2 million pound fine he received for going AWOL.