Tevez issues Fergie apology

Carlos Tevez has apologised for holding up a banner saying 'RIP Fergie' during Manchester City's open top bus parade. An estimated 100,000 Manchester City fans were in attendance celebrating their first league title in 44 years.

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Man City apologises over Tevez's 'RIP Fergie' banner

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.

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