Wednesday, 9 November 2011
Tevez No Show Spells More Trouble
Carlos Tevez could face fresh disciplinary action at Manchester City after he failed to turn up for training on Wednesday. The striker returned to Argentina on Tuesday but the club were expecting him back at training on Wednesday to continue his personal fitness programme. Tevez has not contested the five disciplinary charges brought against him by the club following the row on the bench in City's Champions League clash at Bayern Munich but could now face further action after failing to report for training this week. Tevez's PR Advisor Paul McCarthy told Sky Sports News: "He's gone to see his family. They flew back when he flew back, when he was suspended by Manchester City, and he's gone back to see them. "We've said all along that Carlos is aware of situation in terms of getting back to his fitness. I can't really say much more until he's back in the country." It is believed Tevez hopes to secure a move away from Eastlands in January despite City boss Roberto Mancini admitting recently he could yet have a future at the club if the row was resolved.