Wayne Rooney has congratulated Manchester City on his Facebook page, for winning their first title in 44 years. The United striker said:
"Congratulations to all involved with Manchester City they have won the best and hardest league in the world and deserve credit for that.
"Still gutted today as any Manchester United team should be, we have given our all but unfortunately we came up short on goal difference alone.
"This season we have had to cope with a number of long term injuries to important players and I think it speaks well for the future that the squad has pushed this title race to the last 60 seconds of the last game of the season."
Manchester City has apologised to Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson after striker Carlos Tevez held up a banner goading his former manager.
Tevez also expressed his regret after he was pictured with a sign which read 'RIP Fergie' during City's celebratory title-winning parade in Manchester.
The 28-year-old is thought to have been passed or thrown the banner by a fan as City's open-top bus made its way through the city centre with the squad and the Barclays Premier League trophy.
Manchester City's Carlos Tevez has been filmed by Sky Sports News holding a banner reading "RIP Fergie", a reference to his former boss at rivals Manchester United.
It's unclear where the banner came from but he was not carrying it when he boarded the bus.
The parade is now over - a big thank to everyone for making it such a memorable occasion for Man City supporters.
The bus carrying the victorious Man City team has crawled its way through the centre of Manchester.
Starting from Albert Square the buses drove along Princess Street, Portland Street, Deansgate (above), St Mary's Gate and finally ended up in Corporation Street.
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A nine year old girl called Marley is with officers in the police vehicle at front of parade - appeal to parents to contact GMP.