Date: 16th May 2012 at 11:13pm
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It seems Carlos Tevez is content with alienating himself everywhere he goes, after the striker refused to apologise for the sign he held up during Man City’s title parade.

As the the bus carrying the title winning City side made it’s way through Manchester, Tevez was seen holding a sign saying “RIP Fergie”.

Man City were quick to apologise for the sign and Tevez’s brandishing of it and United later accepted the apology but Tevez has spoken out revealing his position to be at odds with his club.

Arriving back in Argentina, Tevez has been quoted by Ole as saying:

“It seems like Ferguson is the president of England.

“Every time he speaks badly about a player or says terrible things about me, nobody says that he has to apologise.

“[But] when someone comes out with a joke or banter, you have to apologise – but I won’t apologise.”

The sign was said to be a reference to Sir Alex’s “not in my lifetime” quote but despite seeing the commotion it has caused Tevez refuses to apologise.

A number of excuses were made for Tevez in the wake of him displaying the sign but the fact he refuses to apologise nullifies any of this.

As deplorable and classless player as I can remember.