Skysports.com looks at the Argentina international's incident-packed career with Manchester City.
Last Updated: 25/10/11 8:30pm
Manchester City have fined Carlos Tevez four weeks' wages after finding him guilty of misconduct, with a warning as to his future conduct.
Here, skysports.com looks back at the incident-packed time since the Argentina international made the move across Manchester from Old Trafford to Eastlands.
May 17, 2009: Accuses Manchester United of showing him a lack of respect and states his desire to leave Old Trafford.
July 13: Manchester City confirm they have agreed a deal with Tevez, later angering United by using his image on a blue billboard along with the slogan 'Welcome to Manchester'.
April 13, 2010: Questions City boss Roberto Mancini's training methods.
December 4: Involved in a touchline bust-up with Mancini after being substituted late in City's 1-0 win over Bolton, in which he also scored.
December 12: City reject a written transfer request from Tevez.
December 20: City announce Tevez has withdrawn his transfer request after clear-the-air talks and expressed his "absolute commitment" to the club.
May 16, 2011: Issues a statement saying he would remain at City if his family situation could be resolved, but insists his daughters must come first.
June 3: Tevez says in an interview with Playfutbol that there is "nothing to do" in Manchester, and that once he leaves City, "I will not return to Manchester, not even for a holiday."
July 4: Issues a statement saying he wishes to leave City in order to be closer to his family.
July 18: Mancini confirms an agreement has been reached with Corinthians for the sale of Tevez.
July 20: City confirm his £40million move to Corinthians has collapsed.
August 3: City announce Tevez is to take an extended break, meaning he will miss the Community Shield clash with former club United.
August 21: Booed by sections of City crowd on his seasonal reappearance as a second-half substitute against Bolton.
September 3: Announces he is ready to play for City after desired move away from the club fails to happen.
September 10: Mancini confirms Tevez will not captain City this season and that Vincent Kompany will instead remain in the role. Tevez misses a penalty in City's 3-0 win over Wigan.
September 27: Mancini says he will never play for the club again after claiming he refused to play as a substitute in the UEFA Champions League game against Bayern Munich.
September 28: Issues a statement denying he refused to come on, adding: "I believe my position may have been misunderstood." Later in the day the club confirm they have suspended the player for two weeks, pending a review into his actions.
October 12: City confirm Tevez will face disciplinary proceedings over "alleged breaches of contract" in relation to his conduct during the match against Bayern. The Argentinian is also informed he is required to return to training on October 13.
October 25: City fine Tevez four weeks' wages after finding him guilty of misconduct and warn him as to his future conduct. He is also suspended for two weeks - a punishment which is deemed to have already been served.