Man City held their bus parade through Manchester on Monday to celebrate their first league title in 44 years and during that parade, Carlos Tevez held up a presumably fan-made sign depicting a tombstone that read "RIP Fergie."
In 2009, Ferguson was asked if Man United would ever go into a Manchester derby as underdogs. Ferguson responded, "not in my lifetime." So after Man City edged out Man United to win the Premier League title on the final day of the season, the sign was likely a (crude) reference to that. And Tevez, who played for Ferguson before joining City, seemed to enjoy it. Even though his inability to speak English is well known.
Meanwhile, Ferguson's comments about City's victory are probably an accurate reflection of how he feels about Tevez and his sign. From Soccernet:
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"They can go on as much as they like - that's what you would expect - but the history of our club stands us aside," Ferguson said. "We don't need to worry about that. I think we have a rich history,