By PAT SHEEHAN
CARLOS TEVEZ last night launched an amazing attack on Alex Ferguson — telling his former boss: “You think you’re president of England.”
The Manchester City striker held up an ‘RIP Fergie’ sign during the club’s title parade on Monday.
City apologised for Tevez’s “significant error of judgment” but the Argentine has refused to say sorry.
He said: “It seems like Ferguson is the president of England.
“He’s always spoken nonsense about me and I’ve never asked him to say sorry.
“When someone plays a joke on somebody else, you might apologise. But I won’t say sorry.”
The sign, handed to Tevez by a fan, was a reference to a quote made by Ferguson before a derby match in 2009.
Asked whether United would ever be underdogs against City, Ferguson said: “Not in my lifetime.”