Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez appears to have no intention of apologising to Sir Alex Ferguson for holding a banner mocking the Manchester United manager.

He displayed a sign saying 'RIP Fergie' during the open-top bus parade through Manchester to celebrate City's Barclays Premier League title win on Monday. City expressed "sincerest apologies" and said Tevez had made a "significant error of judgement". A Tevez statement said he got "carried away in the excitement of the moment".

But in comments carried by Argentinian website www.ole.com.ar, Tevez said: "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 say sorry - but I don't say sorry."

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