Gill hopes Tevez lessons learned

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Manchester United chief executive David Gill is confident the Premier League will heed some valuable lessons over the shambolic Carlos Tevez saga.

The Argentina striker should finally make his debut at Portsmouth on Wednesday night after a protracted wrangle over registration and ownership rights which was headed for the High Court until Tevez´s ´adviser´ Kia Joorabchian offered to pay West Ham £2million in compensation for a player they never actually owned.

"You always learn from your experiences," said Gill. "(Premier League chief executive) Richard Scudamore is a bright chap. I am sure he will pick up the rights and wrongs of this particular affair."

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