Tevez re-opens Ferie row
Carlos Tevez has reignited his feud with Sir Alex Ferguson by refusing to apologise for holding up a 'RIP Fergie' banner.
Tevez's club, newly crowned champions Manchester City, were forced to say sorry over the banner, which was held aloft by Tevez as City paraded the streets of Manchester on an open-top bus.
The banner, which was made by a fan before being handed to Tevez, appears to be in reference to a quote by Ferguson in 2009.
The Scot insisted "not in my lifetime" when asked by a journalist whether United would ever be underdogs to their near neighbours.
City were quick to condemn Tevez's actions, saying the striker made a "significant error of judgement" and the banner was "reprehensible."
Tevez also made a public apology, saying Ferguson was someone he admires "as a man and a manager."
However, he has since offered a very different opinion when speaking to the media back home on Argentina.
"It seems like Ferguson is the president of England," said the 28-year-old, who made the controversial move across Manchester from the Red Devils in 2009.
"When he speaks badly about a player, nobody says he has to apologise but when someone comes out with a joke, you have to say sorry. I don't say sorry.
"There's no relationship at all between me and Ferguson."