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    Juventus buying Manchester City's Carlos Tevez would be 'the biggest disaster', says Luciano Moggi


    The former general director, who was once responsible for signing controversial stars in Turin, has told the current crop of leaders at the club to forget about the striker

    Tevez returned to training for City on Thursday as he awaits a club disciplinary hearing for a breach of contract after allegedly refusing to play for them during a Champions League match against Bayern Munich last month.

    The 27-year-old has been linked with an exit from City at the next available opportunity and Juventus have been rumoured to be keen on landing him.

    But Giuseppe Marotta, the Italian club's general director, said they have not entered any negotiations with Tevez or City for a transfer on Wednesday, and Moggi believes the Serie A leaders should turn their back on the striker altogether.

    "Buying a dressing room breaker like Carlos Tevez in January would be the biggest disaster ever that could hit Juventus who are in the process of rebuilding," Moggi wrote in his Tuttomercatoweb.com commentary column.

    Regardless of whether Tevez joins Juventus, Moggi went on to state that Antonio Conte's men are not strong enough to win the Scudetto this season.

    "The quality of the squad is not enough to challenge AC Milan, Inter and Napoli for the title," added Moggi.

    Juventus meet Chievo on Sunday afternoon in Verona.

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    Quote Originally Posted by baazigar89 View Post
    Juventus buying Manchester City's Carlos Tevez would be 'the biggest disaster', says Luciano Moggi


    The former general director, who was once responsible for signing controversial stars in Turin, has told the current crop of leaders at the club to forget about the striker

    Tevez returned to training for City on Thursday as he awaits a club disciplinary hearing for a breach of contract after allegedly refusing to play for them during a Champions League match against Bayern Munich last month.

    The 27-year-old has been linked with an exit from City at the next available opportunity and Juventus have been rumoured to be keen on landing him.

    But Giuseppe Marotta, the Italian club's general director, said they have not entered any negotiations with Tevez or City for a transfer on Wednesday, and Moggi believes the Serie A leaders should turn their back on the striker altogether.

    "Buying a dressing room breaker like Carlos Tevez in January would be the biggest disaster ever that could hit Juventus who are in the process of rebuilding," Moggi wrote in his Tuttomercatoweb.com commentary column.

    Regardless of whether Tevez joins Juventus, Moggi went on to state that Antonio Conte's men are not strong enough to win the Scudetto this season.

    "The quality of the squad is not enough to challenge AC Milan, Inter and Napoli for the title," added Moggi.

    Juventus meet Chievo on Sunday afternoon in Verona.
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    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yVLKYvDSILc&hd=1]Manchester City vs Aston Villa Highlights 4-1 - YouTube[/ame]

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    Grp A: Man City vs Villarreal Preview

    Manager Roberto Mancini believes Manchester City have become one of the best clubs in the world and wants to stay for many years to prove it.
    City have made considerable progress since Mancini took charge almost two years ago, winning the FA Cup last season and launching a serious Barclays Premier League title bid this term.
    Further success could make the former Inter Milan boss a target for other clubs across the continent, but he is keen to see his work at the Etihad Stadium earn greater reward.

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    Aguero delivers at the death

    In the case of Manchester City, their 2-1 victory over Villarreal at the Etihad Stadium breathes life into a campaign that was in urgent need of reviving. A home draw with Napoli and away defeat at Bayern Munich had left Roberto Mancini labelling the visit of Villarreal "must-win", and that is exactly what his side achieved thanks to Aguero's 93rd-minute winner, after a Carlos Marchena own goal had earlier cancelled out Cani's opener.

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    red ends..... Blue begins.....

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    Man United 1-6 Man City

    Controversial striker Mario Balotelli provided the spark as Manchester City stormed Old Trafford to humiliate rivals Manchester United on Sunday afternoon.
    Hours after more headlines about his off-field antics following a fire at his home, Balotelli struck twice to set up a convincing win for the Barclays Premier League leaders over 10-man United.
    Balotelli also won the free-kick which led to a straight red card for United defender Jonny Evans before Edin Dzeko struck twice and Sergio Aguero and David Silva added to the tally.

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    Mancini: Man City can still improve

    Manchester City manager has hailed Sunday's 6-1 win over bitter rivals Manchester United as a landmark in his club's progress.
    However, he believes his side can improve further despite taking their points tally to 25 in nine games with 33 goals scored.
    Mancini said: "I'm satisfied because we beat United away and I don't think there are a lot of teams that could win here.
    "I think this game is important because we beat them at Old Trafford but not for the 6-1.
    "This is important for our supporters and maybe for the goals in the table. I am happy with the three points.
    "But I think we need to improve more if we want to stay on the top a long time. We need to work more."

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    Wolves 2-5 Manchester City: Quickfire goals from Johnson, Nasri & Dzeko overturn early lead as Mancini’s ruthless side dominate hosts

    Despite the Blues making eleven changes to their starting XI, they still proved too good for Mick McCarthy's men, who is coming under increased pressure from the Molineux faithful

    A rampant Manchester City continued their impressive run of form as they ploughed past Wolves to secure a 5-2 victory and reach the quarter-finals of the League Cup.
    Wolves took the lead through a Nenad Milijas strike, but a double from Edin Dzeko, and efforts from Adam Johnson, Samir Nasri and a Dorus de Vries own-goal saw City continue their impressive form.
    Both Wolves and Manchester City made wholesale changes to their respective teams with Mick McCarthy making nine alterations and Roberto Mancini resting all 11 players that defeated Manchester United 6-1 on Sunday.
    Stephen Ward and Kevin Doyle were the only Wolves players to keep their place in the side while Kolo Toure, Samir Nasri and debutant Luca Scapuzzi all started for City.
    Both teams looked energetic from the start but it was Wolves who looked the dominant force early on. The home team tested City with plenty of enticing crosses but all of them were dealt with confidently by the Mancini’s defence.
    Stephen Hunt proved lively early on with a penetrating run through the visitor's backline, but was obstructed by Stefan Savic who picked up a yellow card.
    Hunt then linked up well with Stephen Ward on the left flank and crossed a fizzing ball to David Edwards who headed over the crossbar.
    Wolves continued to pile on the pressure and had a penalty claim turned down after a quarter of an hour, as Aleksandar Kolarov seemingly nudged the ball out of play with his arm.
    The pressure eventually paid off for Wolves as they bagged the first goal of the night on the 18th minute. Sam Vokes showed good skill on the right, flying past Toure before crossing a low ball into the path of Milijas who smashed home past the helpless Costel Pantilimon.
    City came close to an equaliser minutes later after Kolarov found Scapuzzi, who turned well inside the box but shot wide.
    Wolves then saw their lead quickly capitulate as City scored three goals in quick succession. With 10 minutes remaining before half time, Zabaleta found Dzeko who unselfishly fed the ball to Johnson on the edge of the box and the England international rifled the ball past De Vries.
    Nasri then put the Blues in front - confidently firing the ball into the bottom left after being fed a scintillating pass by Johnson.
    Minutes later, Johnson was involved again. He crossed a cracking ball into the far post and, after Scapuzzi’s effort was saved, Dzeko’s attacking instincts came into play as he put away the rebound a few yards from goal.
    Within five minutes of the second half, Wolves problems were exacerbated as City grabbed their fourth of the game. Kolarov found himself in acres of space down the left flank, crossing the ball to Nasri, but after his shot was saved, Scapuzzi forced an own-goal from the scrambling De Vries.
    There was no halt as City continued to prove their credentials, this time Nasri, Dzeko and Scapuzzi all combined well on the edge of the box as the young Italian found Dzeko, who grabbed his second goal of the evening from two yards out.
    In an attempt to get back into the game, under-fire McCarthy brought on Jamie O’Hara and Karl Henry, with the former making an immediate impact. Ward picked out O’Hara from the left flank and the former Tottenham man clinically slotted the ball past the young Romanian keeper.
    The result provides another resounding victory for Mancini's side as they progress to the quarter-finals of the competition, whilst struggling Wolves will hope they can exact meaningful revenge when the two sides meet in the Premier League on Saturday at Eastlands.

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    changed eleven makes blue a victory

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