6:12 AM EST, Mon March 02, 2015
The Guardian 18 hours ago
Vincent Kompany’s form highlights Manchester City’s title struggle

Vincent Kompany’s form highlights Manchester City’s title struggle

Belgium defender is going through a poor run of form but Yaya Touré is another City player who could be much more influentialIf this was the day Manchester City’s quest to join Manchester United and Chelsea in defending the Premier League crown crumpled, Vincent Kompany will have sour memories to contemplate for a long time.The captain’s ongoing trials required only 11 minutes to be resumed. That was the moment Kompany scrambled to clear a short Fernandinho pass and was made a mug of by Raheem Sterling who snatched the ball and raced towards Joe Hart’s goal.
The Guardian Feb 27, 2015
Manchester City’s Pellegrini backs Vincent Kompany to answer his critics

Manchester City’s Pellegrini backs Vincent Kompany to answer his critics

• Manchester City captain has suffered from patchy form this season• ‘I am sure that he will have a strong reaction,’ says Pellegrini• Pellegrini says Liverpool’s European exertions give City the edgeManuel Pellegrini has spoken to Vincent Kompany about his uneven form, though the Manchester City manager believes his captain will be inspired to improve by the criticism he received following Tuesday evening’s defeat to Barcelona.City lost the Champions League last 16 opening leg 2-1, with Kompany at fault for both of Luis Suárez’s first-half goals.
Man City's Kompany will silence his critics insists Pellegrini

Man City's Kompany will silence his critics insists Pellegrini

The Manchester City manager is staunch in his defence of his under-fire captain Vincent Kompany.
Pellegrini insists Kompany is 'great' despite Scholes' criticism

Pellegrini insists Kompany is 'great' despite Scholes' criticism

Manchester City manager reacts to questions about his captain's form
The Guardian Feb 25, 2015
Manchester City’s Vincent Kompany defends his performance against Barcelona

Manchester City’s Vincent Kompany defends his performance against Barcelona

• Captain was criticised by Paul Scholes during live coverage• Kompany: it’s part of the game and doesn’t bother me at allVincent Kompany has shrugged off doubts about his display in Manchester City’s 2-1 defeat to Barcelona on Tuesday eveningafter the captain was criticised for failing to clear a cross that led to Luis Suárez’s opener.City lost the Champions League last 16 first leg after Suárez scored twice in the first half before Sergio Agüero pulled a goal back in the 69th minute to give Manuel Pellegrini’s team a glimmer of hope ahead of the return game at the Camp Nou...
The Sentinel Feb 22, 2015
Vincent Kompany: Barcelona can't be as tough as Stoke City

Vincent Kompany: Barcelona can't be as tough as Stoke City

WELL, they are Stoke City's feeder club.Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany has laughed off the prospect of feeling daunted against Barcelona in the Champions League by suggesting it cannot be as tough as a trip to the Britannia Stadium.Fear? We don't fear them. You don't go in at this level fearing strikers, Kompany told The Mirror ahead of Tuesday's clash with Barca.We want to play against them. It will be the fourth time in a year. There's nothing new to worry us,...
The Guardian Feb 22, 2015
Vincent Kompany says Manchester City win over Newcastle shows title belief

Vincent Kompany says Manchester City win over Newcastle shows title belief

• Kompany does not fear Barcelona in Champions League• John Carver wants Newcastle players to take responsibility• Match report: Manchester City 5-0 Newcastle UnitedManchester City’s demolition of Newcastle United was followed by Vincent Kompany sending a bullish message to Lionel Messi, Neymar, and Luis Suárez before Tuesday’s Champions League encounter with Barcelona.The Catalan club knocked City out of the competition at the same last-16 stage last year but the captain shrugged when asked about Barça’s three world-class forwards.
Kompany: Man City don't fear Barcelona

Kompany: Man City don't fear Barcelona

Blues captain insists his team-mates have no reason to fear Luis Enrique's men ahead of their hotly anticipated meeting.
Bitter and Blue Feb 22, 2015

Kompany: "We have made mistakes and now we have to make them up"

Newcastle win just the start as City cannot afford any more slips in their bid to retain the title. City defeated Newcastle 5-0 yesterday in what was an ideal way to prepare for Tuesday's match against Barcelona in Champions League. The match began well for Manchester City, who earned a 50 second penalty, after referee Chris Foy adjudged Vernon Anita to have fouled Edin Dzeko at the top of the box. Aguero slotted the ball away for 1-0. Samir Nasri then scored in the 12th minute to make it 2-0, after a pass from Dzeko and a faint to shake his defender off. Edin Dzeko then made it 3-0 in the...
Man City one-to-watch: Tosin Adarabioyo - I'll do anything to win

Man City one-to-watch: Tosin Adarabioyo - I'll do anything to win

Manchester City's Under-18s captain wants to follow Vincent Kompany's lead to success.
Denayer: I want to partner Kompany at Man City next season

Denayer: I want to partner Kompany at Man City next season

Young defender, who is spending the season on loan at Celtic, is eyeing a return ahead of 2015-16 and a first-team berth.
Tomlin tweet goes down well with Man City skipper Kompany

Tomlin tweet goes down well with Man City skipper Kompany

The Manchester City captian laughed off the Middlesbrough player's joke, saying he gets worse abuse from United fans.
Kompany: Man City not bothered by Chelsea lead

Kompany: Man City not bothered by Chelsea lead

The Manchester City team feel "very comfortable" with their current position, according to their captain.
Man City need off-form Vincent Kompany to bounce back now

Man City need off-form Vincent Kompany to bounce back now

The Blues are banking on their inspirational skipper to return to form in time for the Barcelona showdown.

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