Vincent Kompany’s father becomes Belgium’s first black mayo
Pierre Kompany, the father of international football star, Vincent Kompany, has become the first back mayor in Belgium. 71-year-old Kompany came out on top with his local party, ProGanshoren, one of the 19 municipalities in Brussels, the capital of Belgium, according to The Sun. His party got nine seats in the municipal council, with Pierre…
Kompany better than ever 10 years into City career
Vincent Kompany believes he is playing better than ever as he celebrates a decade as a Manchester City player, with the club captain even talking of extending his stay at the Premier League champions.
Kompany starts as Belgium, Japan ring changes at World Cup
Vincent Kompany was set to make his first start at the World Cup on Monday in one of 10 changes for Belgium against Japan, who also switched six players for the last-16 clash. The winner of the knockout match in Rostov will face Brazil, who earlier beat Mexico 2-0, in a quarter-final in Kazan on…
Huddersfield gain point as it draws with Manchester City
It took three weeks for Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany to finally get his hands on the Premier League trophy but, on a day of celebrations at the Etihad, a goalless draw may have left Huddersfield Town as the big winners.
City taken a leaf out of United's book, says Kompany
Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany says the Premier League frontrunners have taken a leaf out of their arch rival's book and will never stop believing they can win games even in the dying seconds. City have maintained an eight-point lead at the top of the Premier League with last-gasp 2-1 victories over Huddersfield and Southampton…
Guardiola mulls Kompany return for Man City
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola is considering calling on captain Vincent Kompany to solve his centre-back problems at Leicester City on Saturday.
Kompany out of Man City's Liverpool clash
Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany will miss his side's Premier League showdown with Liverpool on Saturday due to a calf injury, manager Pep Guardiola revealed on Friday.
Rampant City seal third place
Needing a point to be certain of qualifying for the Champions League, Vincent Kompany put Pep Guardiola's side ahead after only five minutes at Vicarage Road.