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The Guardian Nov 21, 2014

Manchester City v Swansea City: match preview

The eight-point gap to Chelsea has the champions playing an unwanted game of catch up in just mid-November. Swansea City arrive only three points behind Manchester City so Manuel Pellegrini, who may well be without Vincent Kompany and David Silva, will be wary of Gary Monk’s outfit. As Bayern Munich are at the Etihad Stadium on Wednesday for a must-win Champions League encounter City will not want a confidence-sapping afternoon. Jamie JacksonKick-off Saturday 3pm
Kompany boost for Man City

Kompany boost for Man City

Manchester City skipper Vincent Kompany has an outside chance of facing Swansea after returning to training on Thursday.
Wales's Ashley Williams takes heart from Belgium's Vincent...

Wales's Ashley Williams takes heart from Belgium's Vincent...

ASHLEY Williams believes Wales have been handed a major boost ahead of their Euro 2016 qualifier against Belgium with the news that talismanic skipper Vincent Kompany will miss the match.The Manchester City defender was left out of his club's Premier League draw with Queens Park Rangers last week because of a calf injury before missing Belgium's friendly victory over Iceland on Wednesday.And it has since been confirmed that Kompany will not feature when Wales visit Brussels on Sunday looking to...
Kompany out 'for 10-12 days'

Kompany out 'for 10-12 days'

Belgium coach Marc Wilmots revealed the Manchester City defender will be out of action in the international break.
Kompany stays in Manchester with calf strain

Kompany stays in Manchester with calf strain

Belgium captain has not yet joined up with his international team-mates, but could still feature in their clash with Wales on Sunday.
The Guardian Nov 8, 2014
Queens Park Rangers 2-2 Manchester City | Premier League match report

Queens Park Rangers 2-2 Manchester City | Premier League match report

Manuel Pellegrini had taken on a rather haunted look by the end of this chaotic contest, his Manchester City side relieved to have emerged with a draw even if their title defence is starting to feel flimsy. The champions should be dominating against teams whose aspirations are limited to survival. Yet Queens Park Rangers had been the more coherent team here, the visitors over-reliance upon Sergio Agüeros brilliance to bail them out all too obvious.Denied the injured Vincent Kompany at the heart of their defence, City only offered flashes of authority, courtesy of their Argentina forward, and...
Bitter and Blue Nov 7, 2014

Who Should Start vs. QPR

At Loftus Road against an improved team without our best defender. What could possibly go wrong? Kompany is out with a calf injury which is exactly as bad a piece of news as it sounds. Silva is out because starting your best player on next-to-no rest in an early round Cap One Cup game always works out well. Kolarov is out along with "who the hell knows what's up with him" Nastasic (at least, we assume he's out). Lampard may be back. Everyone else is available. Pellegrini is better at this, etc., ad nauseam. And you know what? If we lose tomorrow, he's officially in real trouble of not...
Kompany refusing to give up on Champions League

Kompany refusing to give up on Champions League

City captain - who is a doubt for Saturday's clash with QPR - is convinced his side can make it through to the knockout stages.
Daily Mail Nov 4, 2014

Piers Morgan attempts to lure Vincent Kompany to Arsenal for '£60 million and 2 Ferrari's'

Piers Morgan flashed his cash on Twitter on Thursday evening, by offering Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany '£60 million and 2 Ferrari's' to go and play for Arsenal.
Derby win is 'massive' for Man City - Kompany

Derby win is 'massive' for Man City - Kompany

Blues captain believes the victory over United can be a turning point for his team after a poor run of form coming into Sunday's game.
Bitter and Blue Oct 22, 2014

Kompany questions City fans punishment

Manuel Pellegrini may have been unhappy at the temperatures in Moscow but it was Vincent Kompany who took some of the headlines the morning after City's 2-2 draw with CSKA when he publicly questioned why City fans had not been permitted inside the stadium. "Why the hell do we not have any fans here? What have our fans done wrong? There's no fairness in it. "You say no fans, all of a sudden you turn up and the team who has no fans is Man City. So who's getting punished? Who's being done for racism, Man City or Moscow? "It needs to be looked at, it needs to be changed. Our fans shouldn't...
The Guardian Oct 22, 2014
Vincent Kompany had a point - but can a home crowd still make a difference? | Paul Wilson

Vincent Kompany had a point - but can a home crowd still make a difference? | Paul Wilson

Manchester Citys captain was right to complain about events in Moscow, even if Real Madrids players will have it much worse in front of a raucous Anfield crowd on Wednesday nightVincent Kompany would seem to have a perfectly valid complaint about the crowd situation when Manchester City met CSKA Moscow in the Champions League. Whether the unusual atmosphere excused another below-par performance from City is another matter it probably did not, though Kompany was not trying to make excuses but there are clearly issues here that Uefa need to have a look at.First off, if playing behind closed...

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