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How Will Carlos Tevez Fit Into The Equation?

News circulating around Manchester suggests City striker Carlos Tevez will remain at the Etihad Stadium for the foreseeable future.

The Argentinean has made his feeling clear - he wants to leave, but with no credible offers forthcoming it appears Carlito is staying put.

Roberto Mancini on the other hand has one hell of a dilemma. He knows Tevez will put his heart and soul into every match but as we know, he's far better playing as a lone striker. So how does Mancini fit Sergio Agüero, Mario Balotelli and Edin Džeko into the equation?

Who knows but Manchester City FC is well equipped, for now.






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Writer: danielqpr Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday August 12 2011

Time: 6:22PM

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There is no dilemma. The best players play. Simples. If Tevez stays he will play. As much as it makes me sick to see this drama continue I know Carlos will deliver on the pitch. He plays hard even when he is unhappy. So if we can't sell him I say we get on with it and cheer him when he puts balls in the back of the net.
TennesseeCityFan
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12/08/2011 19:52:00

Play them all in a demented formation.
Johnny Baguette
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12/08/2011 20:26:00

They can all cope. We have 6 strikers and they are all coping so yours will do just fine. And for Torres,You guys should get more Restaurants. He said there are only two. Why is that?
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