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Tevez laughs off disastrous China stay: 'I was on holiday for seven months!'


The striker left Shanghai Shenhua feeling extremely short-changed after his spell in the Super League, but he is happy to joke about the situation



Carlos Tevez has laughed off a disastrous year in the Chinese Super League, calling his stay in Asia a "seven-month holiday".

The former Manchester United, Manchester City and Juventus star earned a reported $40 million for his year with Shanghai Shenhua after moving from Boca Juniors at the start of 2017.

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BPL (2017-2018) Report: Manchester United 3 Stoke City 0 - Valencia, Martial and Lukaku trim gap at the top


Alexis Sanchez may be bound for Manchester United but Anthony Martial and Romelu Lukaku showed they have ample firepower against Stoke



Manchester United closed the gap between themselves and Premier League leaders Manchester City to 12 points with a 3-0 win over struggling Stoke City at Old Trafford.

Manchester City were beaten in the top flight for the first time this season on Sunday, 4-3 at Liverpool, and United's victory, along with reports they are set to sign Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez at the expense of their neighbours, means there is a fleeting instance this term of the bragging rights residing on the red side of town.

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Ryan Giggs: Manchester United legend set to be named Wales manager

Ryan Giggs was Manchester United interim manager for four games in 2014



Ryan Giggs is set to be named the new Wales manager on a four-year contract.

The Football Association of Wales has called a news conference for Monday afternoon in Cardiff, where the former Manchester United winger is expected to be unveiled.

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Jose Mourinho: Manchester United manager says he does not enjoy rowing with rivals

"Sometimes it's my fault. Sometimes it's the other manager's fault," Mourinho said



Jose Mourinho said he "does not enjoy" feuding with fellow managers and claimed his latest dispute with Antonio Conte was over - despite appearing to call the Chelsea boss "a victim".

Manchester United manager Mourinho and Conte have been trading insults in a long-running row reignited last week.

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