Ivory Coast midfielder Yaya Toure has reportedly told Tevez to say sorry before he is welcomed back by his Manchester City teammates  

Daniel Poer:

According to reports, Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure has called on Tevez to apologise – while also welcoming him back to the squad.

“Carlos is a fantastic player and I hope he will continue with us because we need him,” he said.
“For me, it is no problem because he is a great player and everybody likes him. He knows what he has to say to the boss and the rest of the players.”
“Me and the rest of the players will be happy if he comes back,” he added.
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What did the apology Carlos Tevez gave Manchester City say?

Hans Amsel:

Carlos Tevez’s statement read: “I wish to apologise sincerely and unreservedly to everybody I have let down and to whom my actions over the last few months have caused offence. My wish is to concentrate on playing football for Manchester City.”


Those few, simple words could have a profound impact on Manchester City’s season, however. The fact that he used the word unreservedly and the phrase ‘let down’ – and also withdrew his appeal against fines issued during his protracted ‘strike’ – means the club can now draw a line in the sand and end the lengthy war of words between the Argentine and his manager Roberto Mancini.

Tevez will, it is believed, return to the first team squad almost immediately, giving City a boost as they begin the run in to the Premiership title, aiming to wrest the trophy from their nearest and fiercest rivals, Manchester City.

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Why was Carlos Tevez arrested driving his car in March 2013?

Simon Perez:
Tevez was arrested on the evening of March 7th while driving his car near Alderley Edge, south of Manchester. The Manchester City and Argentina star was serving a ban at the time for previous offences. He faced a potential jail sentence for the offence.

 An official statement from Cheshire police said: “At 5.13pm on Thursday 7 March police arrested a 29-year-old man from Alderley Edge on the A538 in Macclesfield on suspicion of driving while disqualified. He has since been released on police bail.”
 Tevez had previously pleaded guilty to two counts of failing to supply information over alleged speeding incidents. He was banned for six months and fined a total of £1,540. In his defence, Tevez’s legal team had told the court that the Argentine didn’t understand the word ‘constabulary’ on official letters from the police.
 Driving while banned is a serious offence in the UK and can carry a jail sentence of up to six months.
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