The Etihad Stadium outfit paraded the Premier League title through the city on Monday, with the Argentina international sighted holding up the banner taking a swipe at the Manchester United boss.
Although City and Tevez both issued apologises to the legendary Scottish manager soon after, claiming the banner had been handed to the South American by a fan, the temperamental forward has made statements to the contrary.
“It seems Ferguson is the president of England,” Tevez told reporters back in Argentina, published by The Telegraph.
“Each time he speaks badly about a player, and he has said the worst about me, I never asked him to apologise. But if somebody makes a joke about him, you must apologise to him.
“But I don’t apologise. There’s no relationship at all between me and Ferguson,” he confessed.
By Gareth McKnight