Tevez fined four weeks' wages by Man City

Manchester City's Carlos Tevez sits on the bench before a Champions League Group A soccer match on...

Manchester City's Carlos Tevez sits on the bench before a Champions League Group A soccer match on Sept.14, 2011. (REUTERS/Phil Noble)

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MANCHESTER, ENGLAND - Manchester City confirmed Tuesday that striker Carlos Tevez has been fined four weeks' wages after refusing to enter a Champions League match as a substitute against Bayern Munich last month.

The club also suspended Tevez for a two week period, deemed to have already been served, in addition to handing the 27-year-old a formal, written warning regarding his future conduct.

Tevez has a 14-day window to appeal the decision to the Manchester City board.

 


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