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Vincent Kompany

Squad No:99
Position:Centre back
Date of Birth:10th April 1986



Player Ratings for Vincent Kompany

DateOppositionVScoreReportsRating
21 SepWolverhampton Wanderers A1 - 30 N/A
24 SepAFC Bournemouth CCH2 - 10 N/A
27 SepLeicester City H2 - 50 N/A

3 OctLeeds United A1 - 10 N/A
17 OctArsenal H1 - 00 N/A
24 OctWest Ham United A1 - 10 N/A
31 OctSheffield United A0 - 10 N/A

8 NovLiverpool H1 - 10 N/A
21 NovTottenham Hotspur A2 - 00 N/A
28 NovBurnley H5 - 00 N/A

5 DecFulham H2 - 00 N/A
12 DecManchester United A0 - 00 N/A
15 DecWest Bromwich Albion H1 - 10 N/A
19 DecSouthampton A0 - 17 N/A
26 DecNewcastle United H2 - 00 N/A

3 JanChelsea A1 - 30 N/A
10 JanBirmingham City FACH3 - 00 N/A
13 JanBrighton and Hove Albion H1 - 00 N/A
17 JanCrystal Palace H4 - 00 N/A
20 JanAston Villa H2 - 00 N/A
23 JanCheltenham Town FACA1 - 30 N/A
26 JanWest Bromwich Albion A0 - 50 N/A
30 JanSheffield United H1 - 00 N/A

3 FebBurnley A0 - 20 N/A
7 FebLiverpool A1 - 40 N/A
10 FebSwansea City FACA1 - 30 N/A
13 FebTottenham Hotspur H3 - 00 N/A
17 FebEverton A1 - 30 N/A
21 FebArsenal A0 - 10 N/A
27 FebWest Ham United H2 - 10 N/A

2 MarWolverhampton Wanderers H4 - 10 N/A
7 MarManchester United H0 - 20 N/A
10 MarSouthampton H5 - 213 N/A
13 MarFulham A0 - 30 N/A
20 MarEverton FACA0 - 20 N/A

3 AprLeicester City A0 - 20 N/A
10 AprLeeds United H1 - 20 N/A
17 AprChelsea FACA1 - 00 N/A
21 AprAston Villa A1 - 20 N/A

1 MayCrystal Palace A0 - 20 N/A
8 MayChelsea H1 - 20 N/A
14 MayNewcastle United A0 N/A

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News Stories for Vincent Kompany

Just how good have Pep’s boys been? Thu 22nd Mar 2018
With the lion’s share of the season now played and only a handful of games left until the Premier League trophy can be officially won, it seems that Manchester City will absolutely walk it this year, losing only one game the entire campaign with an unlucky slip up at Anfield.
Kompany In Dressing Room Bust Up Wed 11th Mar 2015
Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany was dropped from the squad in the game against Leicester City after a dressing room bust-up with teammate Fernandinho. The pair were involved in a "blazing row" at half time during the Sky Blues' 2-1 defeat to Liverpool three days earlier, according to The Mirror.
Hart Backs Kompany Fri 06th Mar 2015
Manchester City's goalkeeper Joe Hart believes Vincent Kompany will come back stronger than ever after being dropped to the bench by manager Manuel Pellegrini. The Belgium international's omission came on the back of questionable performances in losses against Liverpool, and Barcelona in the UEFA Champions League.
City Get Back To Winning Ways Thu 05th Mar 2015
After two losses in the past week Manchester City got back to winning ways with a unconvincing 2-0 win against bottom club Leicester City. Centre half Vincent Kompany was one of five players dropped by Pellegrini following the back-to-back defeats to Barcelona and Liverpool. Pablo Zabaleta, Samir Nasri, Fernandinho and Edin Dzeko were also paid the price for the Anfield defeat but Pellegrini's shake-up paid off with goals from David Silva and sub James Milner. This made room for Wilfried Bony to make his long-awaited full debut.
Stalemate At The Bridge As City Keep Up The Pressure Sun 01st Feb 2015
Manchester City kept up the pressure on Premier League leaders Chelsea in a hard fought 1-1 draw at Stamford Bridge in saturday's tea time kick off. Although Chelsea failed to win at home for the first time this season the London club's defensive minded approach suggested they were happy with a draw. City manager Manuel Pellegrini on the other hand wasn't as content telling Sky Sports;“You may say it is a good point at Stamford Bridge but for me is it not because we were better than Chelsea. I thought we deserved more than a point because we had clear chances.” Chelsea recorded only three shots on target during the match, their fewest since the season of 2003/04.
Mangala Still Has To Learn Fri 23rd Jan 2015
Eliaquim Mangala is British football's most expensive defender but Manchester City defender Martin Demichelis says he still has a lot to learn. The Argentinian defender as fought off Managala to keep his position as first-choice defensive partner to City skipper Vincent Kompany. City paid Porto £40million for France international Mangala last season.
City Fired Up For Chelsea Tue 20th Jan 2015
Vincent Kompany is looking forward to City's crucial trip to Stamford Bridge in two weeks time to take on current Premier League leader Chelsea. The City captain returned to the centre of City's defence for the first time since December last Sunday and conceded the first-half penalty that put the Blue's on the back foot.
Arsenal Stun City Mon 19th Jan 2015
Arsenal avenged their trhashing at the hands of Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium on Sunday with a 2-0 victory that stunned the blues. The defeat leaves City five points behind leaders Chelsea who City play in a now must win game at the end of the month. City included Sergio Aguero in the starting lineup, after a month-long injury absence.
Trio Back For Arsenal Fri 16th Jan 2015
City welcome the Gunners to the Etihad this Sunday in a key fixture the Premier League Champions. City are currently in 2nd place just points behind leaders Chelsea. Arsenal are just three places behind. Arsenal have only won one of their last four away games while City have either won or drawn their last fourteen matches in all competitions .
City Look To Progress Sat 03rd Jan 2015
On New Years Day City moved level with Premier League leaders Chelsea but no set their eyes on success in the F.A.Cup. City have reached the final twice in the last four seasons,lifting the trophy once. Sheffield Wednesday are City's third round opponents,a team they have already beaten at home this season 7=-0 in the Capital One Cup. The Owls’ most recent appearance in a final came in 1993, when they were beaten 2-1 by Arsenal in a replay. City manager Pellegrini has expressed the importance of the F.A.Cup."For our team it is a very important cup. We are eliminated from the League Cup so we will continue in the FA Cup as far as we can. I am very happy with the way we are playing; we have so many injured players but we arrange it in different ways to continue winning."
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