Manchester United & Vincent Kompany

Manchester United Football Club is an English professional football club, based in Old Trafford, Greater Manchester, that plays in the Premier League. Vincent Jean Mpoy Kompany (born 10 April 1986) is a Belgian footballer who plays for Manchester City and the Belgium national team. 5.0/5

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Pep Guardiola and Vincent Kompany reveal what Man City will work on before facing Manchester United
Manchester United fan sings '20 times' to Vincent Kompany!.
Manchester City will be without Vincent Kompany when they play Manchester United. That team is dead without Kompany.
Vincent Kompany has scored more goals than Manchester United and Arsenal so far this season."
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Manchester United legend Paul McGrath says Tyler Blackett and Paddy McNair can be as good as Vincent Kompany and Mats Hummels.
UEFA announce Team of the Year shortlist with just SEVEN out of 40 from Premier League CHELSEA, Manchester United, Arsenal and Manchester City have all had players nominated for UEFA's Team of the Year. Blue duo Thibaut Courtois and Diego Costa - who spent the first half of the year at Atletico Madrid - are among those nominated. Man City's Vincent Kompany, Pablo Zabaleta and Yaya Toure make the cut while Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez and Man United's Angel Di Maria are also involved. But former Liverpool star Luis Suarez has been snubbed and misses out. Gareth Bale, who helped Real Madrid clinch thier tenth European crown is in involved and competes with the likes of Thomas Muller, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and and Karim Benzema. Of the seven Premier League players, only City's three were in the league last year while the other four joined in the summer. Six World Cup winners, seven Champions League winners, nine Bayern Munich players, eight Real Madrid, three Barcelona You can vote for your team on the website. Her ...
Man City captain Vincent Kompany has admitted the derby win over Manchester United was "massive" for his side
The A-Z of Manchester Derby. Here i look at the history and yet another to be created tomorrow when Man City host Man United It's the derby which has everything - two sides with a simmering rivalry, rich histories and, in recent years, a similar appetite for trophies. When Manchester City and Manchester United meet on the football pitch, there's generally plenty of goals, drama and even the odd 'Why always me' T-shirt. The two teams clash at Etihad Stadium on Sunday, and BBC Sport has compiled an A-Z of one of English football's biggest games. A is for Ardwick The club now known as Manchester City. What about United? Well they were known as Newton Heath. Those teams met for the first time in the league on 10 October 1891 at Newton Heath's old home in Clayton - which is actually just 700 yards from where the Blues now play at the City of Manchester Stadium. The score in October 1891? 3-1 to Newton Heath. Newton Heath did draw Ardwick in an FA Cup first qualifying round tie seven days earlier and won 5-1. B ...
Captain Vincent Kompany describes Manchester City's win over Manchester United as "massive".
0 GIF: Wayne Rooney Humiliates Vincent Kompany With Brilliant Nutmeg If anyone could drag Manchester United up the pitch and inspire the team to an unlikely victory against their fiercest rivals, it would be Wayne Rooney. And the England captain did just that, and nearly got a goal for his efforts w…
Manchester City owner Sheikh Mansour has ordered them to win the Champions League, according to defender Vincent Kompany, 28. (Daily Mirror)  Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney, 28, has patched up his differences with former boss Sir Alex Ferguson by calling him "incredible".(Daily Mail) The Football Association will insist that former West Brom striker Nicolas Anelka, 35, serves the five-match ban imposed for his "quenelle" gesture last December before he plays for new club Mumbai City. (Times - subscription required) Barcelona are to name their training ground after former coach Tito Vilanova, who died in April at the age of 45 after suffering with cancer.(Independent) Leeds owner Massimo Cellino wants Slovenian coach Darko Milanic - the boss of Austrian side Sturm Graz - to take over at Elland Road.(Sun - subscription required) Academy manager Neil Redfearn insists he is fine with Cellino's decision to rule him out of the running for the Leeds job.(Yorkshire Evening Post) Former M ...
:TRANSFER NEWS: Hull are ready to make a record-busting move for Manchester United striker Danny Welbeck. Manchester United manager Louis Van Gaal could turn to Atletico Madrid winger Arda Turan if Real Madrid won't sell Angel Di Maria. Crystal Palace boss Tony Pulis is trying to persuade former club Stoke to sell him midfielder Steven N'Zonzi, who he signed for the Potters from Blackburn two years ago. Aston Villa have joined the list of clubs wanting to take Arsenal prospect Serge Gnabry on loan. Southampton, Newcastle, Sunderland and Crystal Palace are also interested. Napoli defender Federico Fernandez's Swansea move is almost complete with fee and personal terms now agreed. Lokomotiv Moscow midfielder Mbark Boussoufa could be on his way to QPR. Vincent Kompany has laughed off the moans of Manchester City's title rivals. David Luiz reckons Jose Mourinho will regret letting him and Frank Lampard leave Chelsea. Dwight Yorke believes giving Robin Van Persie the Manchester United armband would have been a ...
Five Africans who might move. Europe’s leagues will largely recommence in a matter of weeks, but there is still, surely, a great deal of business to be done by the continent’s major clubs before the closure of the transfer window. There is a long list of African players linked with moves over the coming weeks and, with major clubs like Liverpool, Manchester United and Juventus looking far from finished in the market, expect one of two of these names to move clubs in the coming weeks. This feature profiles five African players, all of whom featured at the World Cup, and all of whom are sought after by a selection of top European club sides. Comment below and let us know which of these players you’re expecting to seal a deal before the window closes, and which other players you’d like to see move clubs before the European leagues kick-off. Andre Ayew (Ghana) Ghana’s off-field controversies have, inevitably, dominated the post-Brazil news emanating from the country. This has led to certain positive ...
Dear USA, your national team is in no comparison to Belgium so there's no need to be upset. Belgium is a world class team. They have players alone that are worth more than the entire USA squad...for example; Eden Hazard, one of the most profilic and young superstars in Europe that plays for Chelsea. Kevin De Bruyne, young Rising Star who played for Chelsea and is currently at Wolfsburg. Vincent Kompany, one of the best defenders in the world playing for Manchester City. Daniel Van Buyten, veteran defender who has been playing for Bayern Munich since 2006. Alex Witsel, midfielder who got transferred to Zenit for 40 million Euros. Fellaini who plays for Manchester United and is one of the best holding midfielders in the world. Before you bash the USA players and the staff or say oh no we believe we could've beaten Belgium, you need to realize that there is no youth system here to bring out world class players. People keep going on about Landon Donovan...he went to Europe he couldn't do anything and they sen ...
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SPORTS UPDATE WITH EMMAH ATAI: Vincent Kompany claimed that he almost signed for Barcelona several times but has vowed to stay at Manchester City. The Belgium defender has been linked with the 2011 European champions this summer but Kompany said City have not received an offer from the Camp Nou. The 28-year-old has made 254 appearances for City, lifting the Premier League trophy in both 2012 and 2014, and was widely praised for his performance against Barcelona at the Camp Nou this season. Atletico Madrid president Enrique Cerezo has said Diego Costa has not yet signed a deal to join Chelsea, but added that Blues goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois would not be returning on loan. Costa, 25, helped Atletico to the Primera Division title and the Champions League final last season. Manchester United are set to sign £30m-rated Ander Herrera from La Liga club Athletic Bilbao. The Old Trafford club failed in an attempt to buy midfielder Herrera, 24, on transfer deadline day last summer. New United boss Louis Van Gaal ...
My God Belgium are the new underdogs The captain of the Premier League champions (Vincent Kompany) A center forward who scored 32 goals in the English top flight in the past two years despite turning 21 only last month (Romelu Lukaku) An attacking midfielder who, at 23, already has a slew of individual awards: twice player of the year in France, three times young player of the year -- twice in France, once in England -- and Chelsea's current player of the year (Eden Hazard) The best goalkeeper in La Liga, and possibly in Europe, who took his team to within one game of a historic double with Atletico Madrid (Thibaut Courtois) Manchester United's biggest signing last summer (Marouane Fellaini) A central defender who was Arsenal's club captain and is reportedly close to a move to Old Trafford (Thomas Vermaelen) Another central defender who skippered Ajax and could soon captain Tottenham (Jan Vertonghen) A central midfielder who moved to Zenit St. Petersburg for a whopping $50 million two summers ago (Axel Wi ...
TOP TRANSFER NEWS: 1) Chelsea line up Drogba reunion Jose Mourinho intends to bring Didier Drogba back to Chelsea after the World Cup. The 36-year- old Blues legend is out-of-contract this summer. Source: Daily Mirror 2) Manchester City line up €30m Pepe Manchester City will fork out €30 million (£25m) to sign Real Madrid centre-back Pepe. Manuel Pellegrini wants the Portuguese defender to partner Vincent Kompany. Source: Daily Star 3) Arsenal close in on Balotelli AC Milan forward Mario Balotelli is Arsenal's first choice striker target this summer. The Gunners are looking to secure a €25 million (£20m) deal for the Italy international, who would be keen on a return to the Premier League. Source: Mail on Sunday 4) NEW MANCHESTER UNITED MANAGER Van Gaal wants Hummels, Schweinsteiger & Muller Louis Van Gaal wants Manchester United to sign Dortmund centre- back Mats Hummels and Bayern Munich pair Thomas Muller and Bastian Schweinsteiger during the World Cup. Source: Daily Mail 5) Liverpool on Ayew a ...
The Barclays Premier League will be leading the way in terms of representation when the FIFA 2014 World Cup starts this month in Brazil. A total of 110 players at present contracted to Barclays Premier League clubs have been named in the final 23-man squads of the 32 competing nations. Chelsea are the Barclays Premier League club with the most players in Brazil, with 17 selected. Manchester United are next with 14 players in the squads, followed by Arsenal (13), Liverpool (12) and Manchester City (10). Burnley and West Ham United are the two Barclays Premier League clubs who do not have players there. England are, naturally, the team with the highest number of Barclays Premier League players in their squad, 22 out of the 23 players. The overseas squad with the most Barclays Premier League players is Belgium, for whom more than half of the 23-man roster ply their trade in England. Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany and Chelsea forward Eden Hazard are among 12 players from the Barclays Premier League r ...
MAVHARIVHARI (Rumours) & INTERNATIONAL UPDATES • Manchester City will pay £25m to land Real Madrid defender Pepe, 31, as a partner for captain Vincent Kompany, 28. • QPR and Stoke are ready to battle Everton for midfielder Gareth Barry, 33, who is available after being released by Premier League champions Manchester City. • Incoming Manchester United manager Louis Van Gaal has spoken of his admiration for Arturo Vidal, 27, and admitted the Chile and Juventus midfielder is a player he 'always wanted to buy'. Vidal is wanted by a number of clubs, including Real Madrid, Barcelona, Chelsea and Manchester United. • Arsenal hope to re-sign winger Carlos Vela, 25, from Real Sociedad in a £3.25m deal. • David Ospina, the 25-year-old Nice goalkeeper, may be wanted by Arsenal depending on his World Cup displays with Colombia. • Paul Lambert will name Roy Keane, 42, as his Aston Villa assistant coach later this week. Keane is currently on tour in the USA with the Republic of Ireland as manager Martin O ...
Louis Van Gaal has a mammoth task of rejuvenating a desolate squad and fresh input is needed after a shocking season. The Toni Kroos saga continues to run, with Cesc Fabregas also on a list that could see several new stars arrive at Old Trafford.. Manchester City's are prepared to pay France defender Mangala’s £36.5m release clause at Porto to pair him with skipper Vincent Kompany. Arsenal target Carlos Vela tells Real Sociedad he has an 'irresistible' offer from Atletico Madrid. Kevin Strootman's Manchester United switch may now happen in January due to knee injury lay-off.
Dit zeggen de Britten over de kansen van de Red Devils: BELGIUM With attacking quality in abundance and a defence marshalled by the man many believe to be the best in the business, Belgium are probably the team most likely to put a new name on the roster of World Cup winners. The attacking talent available to them - led by the likes of Romelu Lukaku, Eden Hazard and Dries Mertens - will be the envy of many, even without the injured Christian Benteke. With Vincent Kompany at the heart of the defence in front of goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois, one of Atletico Madrid's brightest stars this season, there is a reassuring solidity at the back too. Also in the mix, intriguingly, is Manchester United youngster Adnan Januzaj, who recently committed his future to the country of his birth. Kompany said: "We have great players in the team so hopefully for the World Cup we will have a great performance as well."
INTERNATIONAL UPDATES • Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is considering signing AC Milan striker Mario Balotelli after the 23-year-old Italy striker was told he was surplus to requirements at the San Siro. • Liverpool, Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur could also be interested in signing Balotelli after Milan president Adriano Galliani agreed the striker could leave. • Cesc Fabregas could return to the Premier League with Manchester City if he leaves Barcelona this summer. • Inter Milan want to take Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez on loan as the Italian club also eye up Fernando Torres. • Manchester City have completed the signing of Porto midfielder Fernando and will offer England midfielder Frank Lampard a short-term contract before his move to their New York City franchise in 2015. • Ronald Koeman could be handed a £50m transfer fund if the former Netherlands captain takes over as Southampton manager. • Liverpool are closing in on a £16m deal for Spanish left-back Alberto Moreno. • S ...
15 years to the day, Manchester United claimed the best Champions League comeback to score 2 goals in the final 3 minutes to beat Bayern Munich 2-1 and win a historic treble. Here's to you Vincent Kompany, you'll never win the treble and you know
Think Liverpool's wait for another title has been long? Take a look at the five longest title droughts 5. Man United: 41 years between winning the title in 1911 and their next triumph in 1952 Manchester United may have had to wait 26 years between Matt Busby's last title and Fergie's first, but the Red Devils had to wait even longer between their second and third titles, 41 years to be exact. The absence of league success was brought to an end as Busby’s side stormed to the first title of his reign. 4. Man City: 44 years between winning the title in 1968 and 2012 For older Man City fans, images of Mike Summerbee and Francis Lee holding aloft the league crown in 1968 will remain, but for the new generation it is pictures of Vincent Kompany raising the Premier League trophy that will endure. Manchester City’s rise to the upper echelons of English and European football has been rapid. Just four years after the Abu Dhabi United Group bought the club, they were crowned English champions, bringing to an end ...
My MANCHESTER UNITED VIEW Bryan Robson, Steve Bruce, Eric Cantona, Roy Keane, Gary Neville. All players who wore that armband and led a Manchester United team full of character and resilience. Our squad lacks character now. Some of the players we have don't embody that United mentality. No passion, no desire nothing. It pained me yesterday watching Patrice Evra, our Captain on the day, shake hands and share a jokes with Pablo Zabaleta and Vincent Kompany in the tunnel before the game. Really, is that what the rivalry has become? A meet and greet for the players? Have they lost the idea of what this rivalry means to the fans? (Or any other rivalry for that matter). Roy Keane would never be in the tunnel laughing it off with Patrick Vieira. We're losing our identity, and it's alarming. We've gone from Fergie saying "i'll knock Liverpool off their perch." to Moyes saying: "We aspire to be like City." Really? A kick in the teeth for every Manchester United fan. I feel let down, i feel betrayed. We offer suppo ...
Manchester United manager David Moyes would not confirm the fitness status of defenders Jonny Evans, Rio Ferdinand and Chris Smalling. However, United are definitely without captain Nemanja Vidic, who completes a two-match suspension. City boss Manuel Pellegrini has confirmed Matija Nastasic and Sergio Aguero remain absent with knee and hamstring injuries respectively. Skipper Vincent Kompany returns after his one-match ban.
All geared up for the second big match of the week. Its time for the royal battle of manchester. The El Derby encounter between the reds and the blues. Wayne Rooney vs Yaya Toure Van Persie vs Aguero De gea Vs Joe Hart Ferdinand Vs Vincent Kompany But who can be equated to Sami Nasri and David Silva? Manchester City FC go and trash the *** out of Manchester United
Two of English footballs greatest rivals go head to head at night at Old Trafford, and both sides will go into the fixture with positive frames of mind following convincing victories over the weekend.Both sides will be without arguably their leading strikers, as Robin Van Persie and Sergio Aguero will miss the clash due to injury. Howver, they will both be buoyed by the returns of stalwarts Rio Ferdinand and Vincent Kompany, both no strangers to fierce Manchester derbies. (Manchester United vs Manchester City) KICK-OFF: 7.45pm
" IT IS Manchester Derby" Countdown 2 The Batle For The Pride Of Manchester 2night, Manchester City will be Aiming to Close the gap to just three points on Premier League leaders Chelsea by winning against bitter rivals Manchester United,,,.. Manchester United may be well out of the Premier League title race, but they can still damage rival Manchester City’s chances for silverware when the pair meet 2Night. Posibly United have a defensive crisis as Nemanja Vidic is still suspended, Chris Smalling, John Evance and Rio Ferdinand are doubtfully due to injuries. For the City Matija Nastatic and Kun Aguero are still nursing their iinjuries, Gud News for City is that Vincent Kompany is back from Suspension , while Negredo is expected to lead the attack.! Am Afraid Of the City Duo Yaya Toure AND David Silva as they are the key Figure for City. Come on United ,,, Everything is Possible in the 90 Minutes Of Play.,,.. ! Among Other Fixture 2Night Arsenal Host The Swans...,,..! A Backlash is Expected from the Gun ...
Tonight's BPL Fixtures Tuesday, 25 March 2014 21:45 Arsenal vs Swansea Newcastle vs Everton Man Utd vs Man City Preview David Moyes refused to reveal whether any of his injured centre-halves will be available for Manchester United's crunch derby against rivals City on Tuesday. Chris Smalling (hamstring), Jonny Evans (calf) and Rio Ferdinand (back) sat out the 2-0 win at West Ham on Saturday, but manager Moyes was giving no clues away regarding their fitness when questioned on the matter at his pre-match press conference. Winger Antonio Valencia (eye) is a doubt but defender Nemanja Vidic (suspension) and striker Robin Van Persie (knee) are definitely unavailable. Vincent Kompany will return from suspension to bolster City's back-line. Kompany sat out City's 5-0 thumping of Fulham at the Etihad Stadium after his sending-off in the previous week's Premier League win at Hull. City boss Manuel Pellegrini is still without hamstring injury victim Sergio Aguero while centre-back Matija Nastasic is also unavailab ...
United's central midfielders look set to run into trouble against Yaya Toure but Robin Van Persie's injury may have inadvertently given the hosts the tactical push needed to win In a season as awkward and inconsistent as Manchester United are enduring, two wins in a row feels like a serious milestone but, in searching for a third, they face a test significantly more difficult than Olympiakos and West Ham. The first serious on-pitch embarrassment of David Moyes's reign was at the hands of Manchester City, when Manuel Pellegrini's side tore apart a lethargic away team at the Etihad Stadium. With the Scot's future arguably riding on his ability to prevent this from becoming the latest in a series of aborted recoveries, a repeat of that 4-1 humiliation would be disastrous. City are not at home, however, where they have been at their most frighteningly dominant this season, and there is no question that, on paper, United have serious talent at their disposal. So is there a way for Moyes to take revenge? Deploy ...
Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini admits they are still working to establish themselves as one of the top sides in Europe and the best in their home city. City have emerged from the shadow of United and have the chance to do the double over them with victory at Old Trafford tonight. But Pellegrini has been keen to pay due respect to United ahead of the clash, insisting they must progress further in order to establish themselves as a major force on a consistent basis. "I think this club has been trying to work in the last four years to reduce the difference we have against important teams - against Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal, and in Europe as well," he said. "It is always important because when you have two important teams from the same city you always want to be the best team. "But we are not just fighting against Manchester United and in some ways it doesn't matter." The Chilean was also keen to explain previous comments where he appeared to suggest City were now the dominant force in ...
KEY BATTLES: Wayne Rooney can check Manchester City's title charge The Red Devils will be gunning for revenge after their 4-1 defeat to the Citizens at the Etihad back in September. Manchester United go into Tuesday’s derby against Manchester City a whopping 18 points off top. With their title hopes gone, some Man United fans are left praying for Liverpool not to win their first Premier League title. Some would even go as far as wishing victory for Manchester City tomorrow night. 1:Wayne Rooney v VINCENT KOMPANY Rooney goes into the match in a rich vein of form. The striker has flourished for the Red Devils ever since he signed a new five-and-a-half-year contract last month. He moved up to third in the club's all-time top scorers list with a brace on Saturday, the first of which came from almost 50 yards. Kompany will need to use all his strength and pace to keep the England striker quiet. 2:Marouane Fellaini v Yaya Toure Toure warmed up for the derby with a well-taken hat-trick in City's 5-0 win over F ...
PREDICTION TIME guys!!! MATCHDAY-Man.Utd. v Man.City kickoff 26/3/2014 am(Singapore time) Form guide: Manchester United go into the derby in a positive frame of mind, following the 3-0 and 2-0 wins over Olympiacos and West Ham respectively within the space of the last few days. City will also be in a buoyant mood, having beaten Hull and Fulham in the Barclays Premier League since their exits from both the FA Cup and the Champions League earlier this month. Ins and outs: Nemanja Vidic serves the second of the two-game suspension he accrued for his second red card of the season, against Liverpool. Jonny Evans, Chris Smalling and Rio Ferdinand were all absent from the squad for Saturday’s win at West Ham, but Michael Carrick acquitted himself superbly in central defence alongside Phil Jones and may be an option there once again. A knee injury has side-lined Robin Van Persie for four to six weeks. Vincent Kompany will be available for City after his own one-match ban, but Sergio Aguero has, according to Blu ...
Premier League leaders Chelsea suffered a surprise 1-0 defeat at Aston Villa as Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester City all won to close the gap at the top. City overcame the sending-off of captain Vincent Kompany to win 2-0 at Hull City and Arsenal's Tomas Rosicky struck in the second minute to earn his side a 1-0 victory at local rivals Tottenham Hotspur. Captain Steven Gerrard converted two penalties and Luis Suarez scored a late goal as Liverpool eased to a 3-0 win at champions Manchester United in the north-west derby. Chelsea top the standings with 66 points from 30 games, Liverpool and Arsenal have 62 from 29 and Manchester City are on 60 from 27.
Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany could be banned for crucial clash with Manchester United: Vincent Komp...
Vincent Kompany will miss Man City's matches against Arsenal and Manchester United.
SPORTS UPDATE WITH EMMAH ATAI: Tonight, Manchester United play their 250th game among Europe’s elite against Olympiacos at 10:45pm.No English club has featured in more European Cup or Champions League matches than the three-time winners of the competitions, whose appearance record is bettered only by Real Madrid (365 matches) and Bayern Munich (282) and matched by Barcelona (249). Zenit Petersburg will also take on Dortmund 8pm. Manchester City skipper, Vincent Kompany says the memory of their shock FA Cup final defeat last season will motivate them for the Capital One Cup final with Sunderland this weekend. Jose Mourinho says Samuel Eto'o has no reason to be upset after private comments about Chelsea's striking options were made public. Mourinho was caught in conversation explaining that Chelsea did not have anyone to score goals.He joked that Eto’o was probably older than 32 and hinted that an ideal solution may be to sign Radamel Falcao because the Colombian deserved a bigger audience than he had a ...
Manchester United's record signing Juan Mata, 25, reckons the world's biggest stars will still want to come to Old Trafford this summer despite the club currently lying in seventh place, 11 points away from a Champions League place. Mata insists he doesn't feel the pressure of being Manchester United's record signing. Liverpool have made a substantial offer to Arsenal defender Bacary Sagna, who is also attracting interest from Chelsea, Manchester City and Inter Milan. Manuel Pellegrini believes referee Jonas Eriksson 'decided the game' as Manchester City lost 2-0 to Barcelona. Vincent Kompany, like Manuel Pellegrini, believes that Jonas Eriksson was one of the reasons Man City lost to Barcelona. Manchester United are leading the race to sign Sporting Lisbon's Carlos Mane, but Liverpool, Chelsea, Manchester City and Tottenham also keeping tabs on the highly-rated winger. Liverpool are lining up a move for Valencia midfielder Dani Parejo, who previously spent four months on loan with QPR and could make a mo ...
Arsenal and Manchester City set to rest star players in their FA Cup ties this weekend Manuel Pellegrini and Arsene Wenger are ready to risk their FA Cup dreams this weekend to save players for the Champions League. Manchester City boss Pellegrini is facing the first leg of a last-16 tie against visitors Barcelona on Tuesday, so is prepared to rest Vincent Kompany, David Silva, Yaya Toure and Alvaro Negredo for Saturday’s meeting with Chelsea at the Etihad. With Sergio Aguero and Fernandinho both out injured Meanwhile, Arsenal manager Wenger - trophyless since 2005 - could be set to make six changes from the side that ground out a draw with Manchester United on Wednesday as he tries to revive his key men for Wednesday’s clash with European champions Bayern Munich. Lukasz Fabianski will likely take over from Wojciech Szczesny in goal, with Lukas Podolski, Nicklas Bendtner, Mathieu Flamini, Nacho Monreal and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain joining him in the Gunners’ starting line-up against Liverpool.
Manchester City look to beat Manchester United to signature of Porto’s Eliaquim Mangala and Fernando - At 22, Porto defender Eliaquim Mangala is regarded as a long-term partner at Manchester City for Vincent Kompany -
LONDON EVENING STANDARD Chelsea will not make Wayne Rooney their first- choice transfer target this summer as they are looking at other strikers to strengthen the squad. Other targets being discussed are Monaco's Radamel Falcao, Napoli's Gonzalo Higuain, Diego Costa, of Atletico Madrid, and Porto's Jackson Martinez. Assistant Chelsea manager Steve Holland has revealed how the club had an inquest at the training ground last month in order to resolve their defensive woes. Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti has insisted that Arsenal target Alvara Morata will not leave the club in January. Mark Noble has urged his West Ham team-mates to rouse themselves after a week of humiliation and "lay their bodies on the line" in tomorrow's relegation showdown at Cardiff. MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS Manchester United player coach Ryan Giggs has called for the old Reds' heads to use all the experience to nurse the club back to winning ways. Manchester City skipper Vincent Kompany is planning to raise his game to deal with Barce ...
Paper Talk - 30 December 2013 Regional Paper Talk: United want Barkley Everton midfielder Ross Barkley is top of Manchester United's New Year shopping list, while Sunderland are set to sign Marcos Alonso. Arsene Wenger hailed the bullish influence of Olivier Giroud after Arsenal scraped past Newcastle at St James' Park to return to the top of the Premier League. Jose Mourinho criticised Luis Suarez for making the most of contact from Samuel Eto'o inside the penalty area as Chelsea edged past Liverpool 2-1 on Sunday. Chelsea striker Samuel Eto'o has claimed he is not interested in personal glory, but instead is fully focused on the team's Premier League title challenge. Ross Barkley is at the top of David Moyes' New Year wish list. Vincent Kompany has warned City fans to prepare for an 'incredible' 2014 as the team goes on the hunt for four trophies. Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini has claimed Joe Hart accepted he needed to be taken out of the firing line for a short spell. Daniel Agger insists b ...
Liverpool striker Luis Suarez is officially the hottest in Europe. The Liverpool Echo reports Suarez has a better goals-per game ratio than any other striker on the continent – better than Cristiano Ronaldo, more prolific than Lionel Messi and more reliable than Diego Costa: Luis Suarez 10 games 14 goals 4 assists. Ratio: 1.4 Ronaldo 14 games 17 goals 3 assists Ratio: 1.21 Diego Costa 15 games 15 goals 1 assist. Ratio: 1 Ibrahimovic 16 games 13 goals 6 assists Ratio: 0.81 Falcao 14 games 9 goals 0 assists Ratio: 0.64 TRANSFER GOSSIP Luuk de Jong was part of the Netherlands' Euro 2012 squad Monaco are set to test Manchester City's resolve to hold on to Belgian defender Vincent Kompany, 27, in January by making a £17m offer for the player's services. City are believed to be ahead of Manchester United and Inter Milan in the race for Argentine midfielder Bruno Zuculini, 20, currently with Racing Club de Avellaneda in his home country. Stoke are plotting a January move for Dutch striker Luuk de Jong, 23, an ...
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MAVHARIVHARI (Rumours) & INTERNATIONAL UPDATES • Arsenal have been warned off Dundee United midfielder Ryan Gauld, 17, who has been dubbed the 'Scottish Lionel Messi'. • Barcelona are aiming to steal in front of Manchester United, Chelsea and Tottenham to sign Inter Milan midfielder Fredy Guarin, 27. • Manchester United stalwart Patrice Evra's transfer back to Monaco could be back on after they tried to sign their former 32-year-old left-back in the summer. • Cruzeiro midfielder Everton Ribeiro, 24, has opened talks with Manchester United over a January transfer. • Spanish striker Alvaro Morata, 21, has refused to rule out a January loan move to Arsenal but insists he is happy at Real Madrid. • Chelsea want to keep midfielder Oriol Romeu, 22, who is impressing on loan at Valencia. • Manager Arsene Wenger is set to agree a three-year £24m deal to stay with Arsenal. • Manchester City defender Vincent Kompany has admitted he must avoid rushing back from injuries in future. • Arsenal forwar ...
    Luis Suarez dazzles for Liverpool with four-goal game  TOBY DAVIS, REUTERSFIRST POSTED : WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 04, 2013 05:51 PM EST UPDATED : WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 04, 2013 05:56 PM EST     LONDON - Liverpool's Luis Suarez led a one-man demolition of Norwich City with four goals in a 5-1 win and Arsenal's forgotten man Nicklas Bendtner netted for the Premier League leaders as they beat Hull City 2-0 on Wednesday.   There was no happy reunion for Manchester United manager David Moyes against former club Everton as the Merseysiders won 1-0 at Old Trafford and Sunderland boss Gus Poyet was also left disappointed against his former club Chelsea.   Eden Hazard scored twice for Jose Mourinho's second-placed side as they edged a seven-goal tussle with Sunderland 4-3 and Aston Villa ended Southampton's unbeaten home record with a 3-2 win.   Manchester City welcomed back captain Vincent Kompany after two months out and he helped his side improve their patchy away record by beating West Bromwich Albio ...
All the team news ahead of Wednesday's Premier League fixtures, with Vincent Kompany returning to the Manchester City fold. Arsenal v Hull City - 19:45 Arsenal are missing full-back Bacary Sagna so Carl Jenkinson will start; Curtis Davies is suspended so James Chester will come in. Liverpool v Norwich City - 19:45 Playmaker Philippe Coutinho is set to return to the starting line-up as Daniel Sturridge remains sidelined; Anthony Pilkington (hamstring), Robert Snodgrass (knee) and Ricky van Wolfswinkel (toe) miss out. Manchester United v Everton - 19:45 Phil Jones is suspended after picking up five yellow cards but Ryan Giggs is likely to start; Everton manager Roberto Martinez has no new injury worries ahead of the trip to Old Trafford, with Leighton Baines out. Southampton v Aston Villa - 19:45 Artur Boruc will miss the clash against Aston Villa because of a broken hand; Paul Lambert will check on striker Andreas Weimann's fitness. Stoke City v Cardiff City - 19:45 Stoke defender Robert Huth will miss the ...
Foball chat Top Ten Premier League Partnerships It seems two's company in the Premier League as promising partnerships have proven a key feature in the teams at the top end of the table. They're not all strikers, either... Latest Articles Ten Things Learned From The international break gives us time to reflect and Tim Stannard has been doing just that - on Gareth Bale, Neymar, the problem with Iker Casillas, Atletico and... Top Ten Former Club Shaftings After Robin Van Persie popped up with the winner for Manchester United against Arsenal, Nick Miller picks his top ten shaftings handed out to former clubs... 10. Nasty Nothing has been more apparent in the Premier League this year than how much Manchester City struggle when Vincent Kompany is missing. The captain led by example alongside Matija Nastasic in his team's 4-1 thrashing of Manchester United in September, but he has played just three more matches since as City's form has fluctuated. Nastasic has been the biggest victim of Kompany's injuries, for ...
INTERNATIONAL LATEST UPDATES • Manchester City plan to buy a new defender in January. Manuel Pellegrini's side have struggled without injured captain Vincent Kompany in recent weeks. • Malaga have told former boss Pellegrini that they are not interested in selling goalkeeper Willy Caballero, 32, and midfielder Sergi Darder, 19, to City. • Chelsea midfielder Ramires, 26, says he has little interest in a proposed transfer to Real Madrid. • Southampton midfielder Adam Lallana, 23, and forward Jay Rodriguez, 24, could make their England debuts against Chile on Friday after a series of injuries. • Midfielder Michael Carrick, 32, is close to signing a two-year contract extension with Manchester United. But Carrick could be sidelined until Christmas after receiving an injection to resolve a persistent Achilles tendon injury. • Roberto Di Matteo, 43, is still being paid £130,000 a week by Chelsea, despite being sacked as manager 12 months ago. The Italian was unable to reach a settlement after being ...
TOP NEWS IN FOOTBALL. 1)Former France international Jean-Pierre Papin believes that Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s recent form could earn him the Ballon d’Or. 2)Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho feels Sunday’s clash against Manchester City is not "crucial" given the unpredictability of the Premier League this season. 3)Robin Van Persie is expected to be fit to return to the Manchester United side against Stoke on Saturday. 4)Vincent Kompany has been ruled out of Manchester City's Premier League clash at Chelsea on Sunday. 5)Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale admits he is “not too sure” about his fitness but is willing to start Saturday’s Clasico against Barcelona if given the nod by coach Carlo Ancelotti. 6)Luis Suarez believes his strike partnership with Daniel Sturridge can help guide Liverpool into the Champions League. 7)Mario Balotelli has been assigned a former police officer to act as personal assistant by AC Milan in a bid to keep him out of trouble off the field. 8)Manchester City's Yaya Toure has war ...
91.2 CROOZE FM SPORTS NEWS UPDATE; With Emmah -The Uganda Handball League resumes this weekend with a host of games at Kyambogo University grounds.Prison Spears are top of the League in the men’s category with 24 points while UPDF lies 2nd with sixteen. Tennis, -Marin Cilic has had his nine-month ban for a doping offence reduced to four months by the Court of Arbitration for Sport. Marin is now free to compete at next week's Paris Masters. International football, - Arsene Wenger has insisted that Crystal Palace have lost an “exceptional talent” following the departure of Ian Holloway. -Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has confirmed that defender Ashley Cole will return for the visit of Manchester City on Sunday. -Bayern Munich are set to challenge Juventus for the signature of Wan Cuadrado. -Manchester United defender Patrice Evra insists it is wrong to believe he wants to leave Old Trafford. -Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany is still sidelined by a thigh problem and will miss Sunday's clash at ...
Manchester City trio of Vincent Kompany, Martin Demichelis and Jack Rodwell are set to miss City's Champions League trip to Russia to face CSKA Moscow. Borussia Dortmund head coach Jürgen Klopp believes Arsenal are favourites to win their UEFA Champions League clash on Tuesday in London. Arsene Wenger has confirmed Mathieu Flamini will miss the Champions League clash with Borussia Dortmund on Tuesday. Flamini suffered a concussion in Saturday's 4-1 Premier League win over Norwich. Marseille are yet to register a point in the UEFA Champions League but head coach Elie Baup still believes they can qualify for the last 16. Fabricio Coloccini is out of this weekend's Tyne-Wear derby. Alan Pardew has wasted no time in ruling out the Argentine defender and will instead look to Steven Taylor to fill the void left by Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa following his red card against Liverpool. Mark Hughes will make another bid to sign former Manchester United striker Mame Biram Diouf in the January transfer window West Hammanager ...
Bafana must learn from Belgium’s rise BELGIUM NATIONAL TEAM YOUTH DEVELOPMENT BAFANA BAFANA Posted: 16 September 2013 Time: 09:29 am Print this article After a decade of decline, the Belgium national team is on the rise again – and there are lessons for Bafana Bafana in their success. Exporting young talent, developing big names There is no fancy blueprint or long equation for Belgium’s success; their exporting of young talent is paying great dividends and serves as a good lesson to South African football. Mention your support of Liverpool to a Belgian football lover, and expect immediate endorsements of goalkeeper Simon Mignolet. If Manchester United is your club, you will be engaged for as long as Marouane Fellaini’s afro about what an asset the midfielder can be, before discussion switches to neighbouring Manchester City’s standout skipper, Vincent Kompany. Chelsea? You’ll hear of how they’ve been silly to let Romelu Lukaku leave on loan once again, while Eden Hazard will be tipped as Pla ...
Saturday's gossip column TRANSFER GOSSIP Manchester United's management are considering a valuation for striker Wayne Rooney. The 27-year-old is expected to tell new manager David Moyes he still plans to leave the Premier League champions when they meet next week. United have formally scheduled talks with Rooney for an unspecified date next week through his agent Paul Stretford. Brazil and Corinthians midfielder Paulinho, 24, says he was told by Tottenham when speaking to them about a move to the Premier League that they will not be selling forward Gareth Bale, 23, this summer. Arsenal will sign Queens Park Rangers goalkeeper Julio Cesar, 33, but are unwilling to meet the wage demands and transfer valuations for Everton midfielder Marouane Fellaini, 25, and Swansea centre-back Ashley Williams, 28. Manchester City want to pair captain Vincent Kompany with 30-year-old Real Madrid centre-back Pepe next season. Sunderland have agreed a fee with Arsenal for Italian goalkeeper Vito Mannone, 25. Patrice Evra, 32 ...
Manchester United could be in line for a remarkable double swoop on Barcelona's midfield this summer with Cesc Fabregas and Thiago Alcantara in their sights. Manchester City skipper Vincent Kompany was allowed to play for an hour with a broken nose for Belgium last week - a decision that could have cost him dearly according to one doctor. Manchester City new boy Jesus Navas cannot wait to get flying in the Premier League alongside his Spain team-mate David Silva. Liverpool defender Martin Skrtel is linked with Napoli move as Reds prepared to listen to offers for him. Liverpool's Luis Suarez says he would love to play with Cristiano Ronaldo at Real Madrid. Everton will start next season with a "Rolls Royce" of a pitch once they have finished a major renovation at Goodison Park. - Jay
Latest EPL News & Transfer Gossips :- - Chelsea have asked Manchester United to name their price for Wayne Rooney. - Radamel Falcao will become Manchester City’s first signing of the Manuel Pellegrini era after the Etihad club agreed a British record transfer fee forthe Atletico Madrid striker. - Liverpool target Christian Eriksen will snub the Kop and sign a new contract at Ajax if Brendan Rodgers does not make a £15million offer in the next month. - Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers will try to jump the queue for Stoke keeper Asmir Begovic, if PepeReina rejoins Barcelona. - Inter Milan have joined Tottenham and Liverpool in the race for Blackpool star Thomas Ince. - Jose Mourinho is expected to seal a deal for a return to Chelsea this week – but Real Madrid president Florentino Perez insists Cristiano Ronaldo will NOT be going with him. - Arsene Wenger has been promised his biggest-ever Arsenal transfer pot – regardless of whetherthey qualify for the Champions League today. - Vincent Kompany, Joe Ha ...
Latest Barclays PL News & Transfer Gossips :- - Arsenal are watching St Etienne pair Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Stephane Ruffier ahead of a summer swoop. - Monaco are keen to make Manchester City star Carlos Tevez their marquee signing this summer. - Manchester City backroom changes have left players in dark over their futures says Gareth Barry. - Danny Murphy is ready to quit Blackburn Rovers and return to Fulham for behind the scenes job. - Southampton striker Billy Sharp, on loan at Nottingham Forest, will make a £1.2million permanent move in summer. - Arsenal have reignited their interest in Celtic defensive midfielder Victor Wanyama. - Bayern Munich have expressed an interest in signing Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney. - Manchester City are still chasing Al-Ain midfielder Omar Abdulrahman. - Manchester United want to bring Real Madrid playmaker Luka Modric back to the Premier League. - Barcelona have earmarked Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany as a replacement for Carles Puyol. - Liv ...
BPL TOP 5 EXPENSIVE TEAMS: 1. Manchester City - £380m Manchester City spent a club record fee to complete the signing of Atletico Madrid striker Sergio Aguero in the summer of 2011 and, after an instrumental role in delivering the title in his first season with the club, the Argentine remains the most highly-valued player on the books at the Etihad Stadium. According to Transfermarkt, Aguero's present market value of £39.5 million places him at the top of Manchester City's rankings, although he is closely followed by fleet-footed Spaniard David Silva. City spent £25 million to acquire Silva from Valencia, and his value has soared since his arrival in Manchester, with the 27-year-old worth 54 percent more now than he was upon arrival almost three years ago. Manchester City have two other players valued in excess of £30 million in Yaya Toure (£31.5m) and Vincent Kompany (£31m), making Roberto Mancini's squad the most valued in the Premier League. 2. Manchester United - £370m On Friday, Sir Alex Fergu ...
Manchester United fans shouldn't feel too sorry for themselves after Tuesday night's controversy, because good fortune often favours them when it comes to questionable red card decisions. Take, Vincent Kompany's sending off for Manchester City in their 1-0 FA Cup third round defeat on January 8, 2012. Nani was at the centre of the incident again, but this time on the receiving end of the tackle in question, which came in the 12th minute of the game, soon after Wayne Rooney had given United a valuable lead. Kompany's withdrawal effectively ended any hope Roberto Mancini's side had of coming back into the game, leaving the Citizens with over 75 minutes to play with ten men. Like if you agree!!
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Scott Parker believes Gareth Bale's stunning last-minute winner for Tottenham at West Ham will have sapped Arsenal's morale ahead of Sunday's derby - EVENING STANDARD Ryan Giggs's superb form for Manchester United has given manager Sir Alex Ferguson a selection headache ahead of the Real Madrid game - MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS Rafael Benitez is confident he has the full backing of all the Chelsea players despite the pressure continuing to build over his position at Stamford Bridge - EVENING STANDARD David Moyes insists Everton's failure to sign high-profile reinforcements in January - and his own contract uncertainty - must not be used as excuses for the club's current slump in form - LIVERPOOL ECHO Hamburg sporting director Frank Arnesen has confirmed he will hold talks with former club Chelsea about signing defender Jeffrey Bruma on a permanent basis - EVENING STANDARD Vincent Kompany should finally return to action at Aston Villa next Monday, after it was revealed the Manchester City skipper has suffered ...
Roberto Mancini hopes Manchester City's 4-0 win over Leeds United that secured their place in the FA Cup sixth round is the "brodino", or soup-starter, to a comeback in their title defence. Mancini is hopeful that his captain, Vincent Kompany, will be fit for the first time in a month following a calf injury to lead this challenge. Goals from Yaya Touré and Carlos Tevez plus a Sergio Agüero double gave City a first win in four matches, though by the time Chelsea are welcomed on Sunday they could be 15 points off the pace as Manchester United play the day before. Asked if the win could help kick-start City's challenge, Mancini said: "In Italy we say a game like this is a brodino – a starter. I hope it can happen that we start to win in the Premier League again." The Italian is unfazed that his side might be 15 points behind United when Chelsea visit. "This is possible, but I think we should always be confident in ourselves, even when we're 12 points behind at this moment," he said. "We lost seven point ...
Manchester City - Liverpool Preview: Mancini's men look to claw back seven-point gap at the top- The hosts fell further behind league leaders Manchester United in midweek and face a Reds side who need a win to boost their hopes of Champions League qualification. The game is likely to have come too soon for Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany (calf), while the same can be said about Micah Richards (knee) who is edging closer to a return. Brothers Kolo and Yaya Toure remain on Africa Cup of Nations duty with Ivory Coast, meaning Roberto Mancini is unlikely to make too many changes. Phillip Coutinho could feature from the bench on Sunday after completing his switch from Inter whilst Jose Reina (hip) is set to continue in goal after returning against Arsenal in midweek. Andre Wisdom will probably continue at right-back despite the probable return of Jose Enrique, with Glen Johnson filling in at left-back despite his battles with a hamstring strain. Martin Kelly (knee) is a long-term absentee, and is only ...
THE post-Mario Balotelli era at Manchester City began in lacklustre fashion as it was held to a 0-0 draw at Queens Park Rangers today that prevented it from making up ground on Manchester United. Victory for City would have cut United's lead to just two points, but instead Alex Ferguson's side will tackle Southampton tomorrow with an opportunity to re-open a seven-point lead at the English Premier League summit. The troublesome Italian striker is expected to complete a switch to AC Milan tomorrow, and City could have done with some extra firepower at Loftus Road. An injury to Vincent Kompany obliged the champion to start with Spanish midfielder Javi Garcia at centre-back, but it began with both Carlos Tevez and Sergio Aguero in attack as they sought to exploit bottom club QPR's defensive frailties. Joleon Lescott blazed an early chance over the crossbar from close range, while Pablo Zabaleta headed against the bar from a David Silva cross and Aguero had a goal ruled out for offside.
Manchester City’S Cup win over Stoke in 2011 was the day when Roberto Mancini got ‘hungry’ for glory. Their Wembley success got the City bandwagon well and truly rolling. And if they go on to win the trophy again this season, this could be just as important a victory for boss Mancini. That success two seasons ago was City’s first trophy in 34 years and a victory that kick-started the Sheikh Mansour era. But this season, the famous competition could once again play a key role. City have no European football to look forward to with their Champions League ambitions shelved for another year. And despite an unbeaten start to 2013 — they have yet to concede a goal — City trail Manchester United by five points in the League. They are certainly taking it seriously. OK, Joe Hart was rested and Mario Balotelli did not travel to the Potteries as he was ill. But Mancini meant business. When skipper Vincent Kompany limped off with a calf strain just after the half hour mark it took SEVEN minutes of discuss ...
With Premier League leaders Manchester United not playing until Sunday, champions Manchester City can close to within four points of their title rivals by beating Fulham on Saturday. United have looked imperious in recent weeks, picking up 31 points from a possible 33 to establish a seven-point lead over second-place City, who have let 10 points slip over the same period. However, on Sunday United visit Tottenham Hotspur, who have lost just once in 10 matches and who won 3-2 at Old Trafford when the sides last met in September. With third-place Chelsea also preparing for a problematic assignment at home to Arsenal on the same day, City will hope this weekend marks the start of their fightback in the title race. Whereas United and Chelsea were both in action in mid-week -- United edging West Ham United in an FA Cup third-round replay and Chelsea drawing 2-2 at home to Southampton in the league -- City have benefited from a week off. Roberto Mancini's side have also been boosted by captain Vincent Kompany's ...
Manchester City - Fulham Preview: Mancini's men look to close gap at the summit of the Premier League The champions will be looking to apply pressure on title rivals Manchester United with a win over the Cottagers - a side struggling under Dutch manager Martin Jol PROBABLE LINEUPS Manchester City Hart Zabaleta, Kompany, Nastasic, Clichy Barry, Milner Nasri, Tevez, Silva Dzeko FULHAM Schwarzer Riether, Hangeland, Hughes, Richardson Baird, Karagounis Kacaniklic, Ruiz, Duff Berbatov Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini will have captain Vincent Kompany available after the Belgium defender saw his red card from last Sunday's 2-0 win at Arsenal rescinded. Samir Nasri is in contention after serving a three match ban for the dismissal he received at Norwich, whilst Argentina striker Sergio Aguero (hamstring) may return from the injury he picked up on New Year's Day. Micah Richards and Maicon (both knee) are out, along with Jack Rodwell (hamstring). Fulham will include Dimitar Berbatov for the trip to the Etih ...
Coach Roberto Mancini will step up Manchester City's search for a new defender if Vincent Kompany loses his red card appeal, and the champions could target Borussia Dortmund pair Neven Subotic, 24, and Mats Hummels, 24. Former Barcelona coach Pep Guardiola is thought to prefer a summer move to Manchester City ahead of Manchester United or Chelsea. Manchester City are lining up a £45m bid for Napoli striker Edinson Cavani, 25, and he could replace Mario Balotelli. Manchester City are keen on signing Derby midfielder Will Hughes, 17, in a £7m deal with assistant manager David Platt making a personal check on the youngster at Brighton on Saturday.
Arsenal 0-2 Manchester City: Milner and Dzeko down Gunners as both sides see red 13.01.2013, 22:26 Sports Manchester City moved back to within seven points of the top of the Premier League with a 2-0 victory against Arsenal as both sides finished with 10 men on a hostile afternoon in north London. The Gunners were forced to play with a man disadvantage for most of the game after Laurent Koscielny was sent off for hauling down Edin Dzeko in the penalty area - although the Bosnian striker missed the resulting penalty. City made the man advantage count with two first-half goals as James Milner fired an excellent opener from a tight angle before Dzeko did manage to get his name on the scoresheet with close-range tap in. Both teams were then forced to play the final 15 minutes with 10 men after City captain Vincent Kompany was also sent off for a two-footed challenge on Jack Wilshere. Under pressure following Manchester United's 2-1 victory over Liverpool earlier in the day had temporarily extended the gap at ...
HOW AFCON2013 AFFECTED EPL The 2013 Africa Cup of Nations kicks off on January 19 when hosts South Africa tackle Cape Verde in Johannesburg and few sides in the English top flight will have their squads untouched by the competition. Defending champions Manchester City already have a seven-point gap on leaders Manchester United to chase down and their cause will not be helped by the absences of brothers Kolo and Yaya Toure, who play for the Ivory Coast. Yaya, 29, was the driving force behind last season's title success but his absence for the 2012 Cup of Nations coincided with a spell that saw City eliminated from the League Cup by Liverpool, knocked out of the FA Cup by United, and beaten 1-0 by Everton in the league. His elder brother, Kolo, has enjoyed a more prominent role this season, having established himself as the first-choice deputy to centre-backs Vincent Kompany and Matija Nastasic, and City are loath to lose both men. HOW IS YOUR TEAM AFFECTED?
Premier League News & Latest Transfer News : -Chelsea Football Club is delighted to announce the signing of Demba Ba for an undisclosed fee. -Fulham manager Martin Jol has confirmed the signing of FC Twente striker Chris David. -Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany believes the title race is far from over and that his side are capable of catching Manchester United. -Tottenham sign Fryers from Standard Liege -Manchester City fear they are stuck with Mario Balotelli after his latest bust-up, with no side willing to fork out for his services. -Manchester United feel they have moved ahead in the race for Crystal Palace’s Wilfried Zaha and are fully confident of signing the forward in the summer, ESPN has learned. -Demba Ba: 'When the club who won the Champions League wants you, the decision is very easy.' -West Ham have completed the signing of Joe Cole from Liverpool on a free transfer. -Terry "devastated" by Lampard exit news John Terry revealed his devastation at Frank Lampard's possible departure fro ...
Best EPL XI (Voted by you guys) GK : David De Gea (Manchester United) LB : Patrice Evra (Manchester United) CB : Nemanja Vidic (Manchester United) CB : Vincent Kompany (Manchester City) RB : Rafael (Manchester United) LW : Gareth Bale (Tottenham Hotspur) Best CMs in the EPL ? First player to get 10 votes or the most after 5 minutes will be chosen. FTL9
Roberto Mancini branded his Manchester City stars a bunch of softies as they crashed to a shock defeat at Sunderland. He blasted his misfits as their unbeaten away record was left in tatters when old boy Adam Johnson’s strike fooled fumbling Joe Hart. Mancini was furious as the reigning champs slumped SEVEN points behind Manchester United after their rivals’ amazing comeback win over Newcastle in what could be a crucial day in the title battle. The under-pressure Italian fumed: “We are too soft. “We are too soft in attack, too soft when we get chances, too soft when we shoot. “Sometimes we don’t shoot. We want one touch more and that is no good. “If we had scored with the early chances, the game would have been different. “When you play against a team like Sunderland, who defend with all players behind the ball, if you get a chance you need to score.” Black Cats keeper Simon Mignolet made stunning saves to deny Yaya Toure and David Silva while Vincent Kompany hit the bar as City threaten ...
Sunderland 1-0 Manchester City: Adam Johnson hits winner to punish former club The ex-Blues' midfielder struck against his former side to earn the spoils for the Black Cats and secure a second consecutive home win over the champions after success last season Adam Johnson upset his former employers by scoring the only goal in Sunderland's surprise win over Manchester City. Johnson’s goal earned the Black Cats a deserved victory, but City goalkeeper Joe Hart will be bitterly disappointed that he was unable to keep the near-post shot out, as his side slipped up in their duel with Manchester United at the top of the table. Both teams made just one change, as fit-again captain Vincent Kompany replaced Karim Rekik, while Matthew Kilgallon chosen over the absent John O'Shea. The visitors would have felt slightly aggrieved to be going into the half-time break with the game deadlocked, having created the better chances in the opening 45 minutes. Indeed, they had the first real chance of the game after 10 minutes ...
TAARIIKHDII Manchester City EE SANADKII 2012. SANADKAN OO AHAA SANAD TAARIIKHA HALKAN KA AKHRISO QODOVADII UGU MUHIIMSANAA. January After an imperious start to the season, City endured a comparatively difficult January and 2012 began in disappointing fashion with defeat on New Year’s Day . After battering Sunderland for large parts, Ji Dong-Wong waltzed through the City defence in injury time to settle matters. City bowed out of the FA Cup with defeat at home to Manchester United after captain Vincent Kompany received a controversial red card early on for a foul on Nani. Roberto Mancini’s side did secure a vital victory over Tottenham Hotspur at the Etihad Stadium as Mario Balotelli kept his cool with a last-gasp penalty after a stirring Spurs comeback. The Carling Cup became the second competition which City departed in January after a draw at Anfield signalled defeat in the tie over two legs . The month finished as it had started with defeat, this time at Goodison Park as former United midfielder Da ...
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This could be a bit of a boost for us today!! Roberto Mancini has given captain Vincent Kompany a "two per cent" chance of being fit for Manchester City's match with Newcastle United on Sunday. The Belgian limped out of the derby defeat to Manchester United after suffering a hamstring strain during the first half. He returned to City training on Friday but is almost certain to miss the trip to St James' Park. Kolo Toure was his replacement against the Red Devils and either he or Joleon Lescott will deputise if Kompany is unavailable as expected.
SOME TOP NEWS MAKING THE HEADLINES -Rafael Benitez on Friday insisted Frank Lampard was not being discarded by Chelsea because he was past his best. -Sir Alex Ferguson has confirmed Nemanja Vidic will return to the Manchester United squad for Saturday's encounter with Sunderland. -Roberto Mancini has confirmed he expects Yaya Toure to leave for the African Nations Cup in January. -Vincent Kompany believes the introduction of netting to prevent missiles would be like treating supporters as "animals that have to be behind cages". -Liverpool goalkeeper Jose Reina admits he had to re- evaluate his position at Anfield after a disappointing start to the season. -Gael Clichy admits Manchester City have yet to find the form which made them champions last season but is confident it will return. -Frank Lampard insisted he had "two or three years at least" left to give as an elite footballer - even if Chelsea appeared to think otherwise. -Manchester United full-back Rafael urged his team- mates to remain focused and ...
Just one Premier League player, Manchester City’s Vincent Kompany, has made it into the World Soccer Team of the Year, which has been announced today. The magazine’s XI, voted for by a team of journalists, coaches, officials and former players from around the world, is led by Cristiano Ronaldo, Radamel Falcao and Lionel Messi, who also scooped the World Soccer Player of the Year prize. Kompany captained Manchester City last season as they claimed their first league title in 44 years at the expense of rivals Manchester United on the last day of the season. Kompany lines up alongside Philipp Lahm, Sergio Ramos and Jordi Alba in defence, with Ramos accumulating the most votes out of the four. The Belgian’s club team-mate Yaya Toure came close to earning a spot in midfield but just missed out to Andres Iniesta, Andrea Pirlo and Xavi. Chelsea’s Ashley Cole, Tottenham’s Gareth Bale and Manchester United forward Robin Van Persie were also in contention for a spot in the team but didn’t accumulate eno ...
This Saturday, Manchester United visit the Etihad Stadium to take on Manchester City in a high-stakes derby battle between two of this season’s favorites for the English Premier League title. Doesn’t this sound familiar? Just a little bit: It was only a few months ago, after all, that City dealt a 1-0 blow to United’s lead at the top of the table last season to reopen the 2011-12 title race. And we don’t need too many reminders as to how that season ended. So, what should we expect in a fixture that City has won convincingly in their last two outings? Let’s look ahead at six key battles we’re looking forward to seeing at the Etihad in a potentially high-scoring duel on Sunday. Vincent Kompany vs. Robin Van Persie Our first matchup is mouthwatering enough already: Vincent Kompany, arguably the Premier League’s finest defender, up against Robin Van Persie, arguably its finest forward. Kompany has virtually cemented himself in any Premier League All-Star XI—possibly even a European All-Star X ...
Manchester City FC 1 vs 1 Everton - Played … - Thank you very much for joining me this evening as we took in that 1-1 draw at the Etihad Stadium. I've been Chris Teale, and it's been a pleasure to have your company. 90′ + 3 - FULL-TIME, and Everton take a point against the Premier League champions. That won’t help City’s title challenge, with Manchester United playing the late game against Reading. It was a game slightly low on quality and definitely low on real chances, so both teams will perhaps be glad to take a point, although Everton’s winless streak continues. 90′ + 2 - Substitution Nikica Jelavic John Heitinga (Everton) 90′ - Three minutes of added time will be played. 89′ - Free kick Everton, it bobbles away from Hart slightly but his defenders are there to get rid of the ball. Slight worry there for the England man. 88′ - Yellow Card - P. Zabaleta (Manchester City FC) 86′ - City pour forward again, but Sylvain Distin is there to head away. 84′ - Nasri draws a foul from Jelav ...
Rafa Benitez could not inspire Chelsea to victory over Manchester City in his first game in charge and was the subject of protests from some fans in a goalless draw at Stamford Bridge. The Spaniard has succeeded the sacked Roberto Di Matteo on an interim basis and his former connection with Liverpool has made him unpopular in London. Sections of the Chelsea support held up banners against Benitez and they also stood and applauded in the 16th minute, which was Di Matteo's shirt number in his playing days, before the game ended in a forgettable 0-0 draw. Sergio Aguero wasted the best chance of a turgid Premier League encounter in driving rain, which the visitors had the better of in the first half but the home side the second. The draw moved unbeaten champions City to within a point of new leaders Manchester United, leaving Chelsea fourth. Benitez has shored up the Blues' defence during his four days in charge but he has his work cut out to get them playing the scintillating football demanded by the watchin ...
FIFPro and FIFA have announced a shortlist of 20 defenders for their 2012 World XI, with eight Premier League stars making the cut. FIFA GettyImagesThe gala will take place in Zurich John Terry, Ashley Cole, David Luiz and Branislav Ivanovic of Chelsea, Patrice Evra and Rio Ferdinand of Manchester United, Vincent Kompany of Manchester City and Gareth Bale of Tottenham join 12 others on a 20-man list. The shortlist will be whittled down to a final four, with the announcement being made during the FIFA Ballon d'Or Gala held on January 7. Players will be chosen by their fellow professionals. This autumn FIFPro sent out 45,000 voting ballots to all affiliated players unions, who in turn distributed the forms among the players. The 20 defenders comprising the shortlist are: Jordi Alba, Gareth Bale, Giorgio Chiellini, Ashley Cole, Dani Alves, David Luiz, Patrice Evra, Rio Ferdinand, Mats Hummels, Branislav Ivanovic, Vincent Kompany, Philipp Lahm, Marcelo, Javier Mascherano, Pepe, Gerard Pique, Carles Puyol, Ser ...
Martin Skrtel was crowned Player of the Year for 2012 at the Northwest Football Awards on Monday night, while Martin Kelly received the Rising Star accolade. Skrtel saw off competition from Antonio Valencia of Manchester United and Vincent Kompany of Manchester City to clinch the Premier League award. It comes after he was voted Liverpool's best player in 2011-12 by fans on this website.
Although Arsenal have not won any cup since 7 years back, I think they are the best club in England. This is because, notwithstanding the number of top players who have let the club like Fabregas, Van Persie, Song, Hleb, Henry and the likes, the club always gets their replacement in time and challenge for the top 4 Champions League position. Just imagine Manchester United losing Rooney, Scholes and Chicarito at the same time within one season. It will be a disaster. Look at Torres at Chelsea, who looks a pile of his own shadow. Without Drogba, look at how Chelsea suffered against Atl. Madrid and Juventus. Imagine Manchester City without Yaya Toure and Vincent Kompany. The team will be totally dead. But consistantly, Arsenal seems to be losing their best stars but still survives the test of beating top teams like Liverpool this month, beating Manchester City at home last season whereby Manchester United thrilled Manchester City by 6 - 1 at Old Trafford. I am still convinced that Arsenal is the best team in ...
With the likes of Yaya Toure, Sergio Aguero, Vincent Kompany, Carlos Tevez, Mario Balotelli, Samir Nasri and Silva on top of their game, it is difficult to see how the likes of Manchester United can upstage their Manchester rivals from the top come May 2013
Love d way Manchester united fans think that Robin Van Persie will win the league, we will jus have t wait and c was big Vincent Kompany, Sergio Augero, Carlos Tevez, Yaya Toure, Samir Nasri and Mario Balotelli thinks about that ;)
What they are saying about Hazard “Hazard is a very good player. He has many qualities. He is particularly rapid in the first 10 yards.” Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson “He can play in any top team in the world, today or tomorrow.” Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany “His creative ability, his talent for unbalancing opponents, his vision of the game, and his consummate skill in making the final pass all make him an in-demand player.” Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger “Eden is technically gifted and very fast. I would take him to Real Madrid with my eyes closed. He can become a great footballer, he is a star of the future”. Real Madrid director of football and former France international Zinedine Zidane “Faster than Zidane, more technique than Thierry Henry.” Former France international Christophe Dugarry “At times he looks like Lionel Messi.” Former Marseille manager Rolland Courbis
Right now any article suggesting Manchester United are better than Manchester City in any way is going to look like clutching at straws. But a week is a long time in football. When United had an eight-point lead, most pundits agreed they had the title sown up. Now, we're reading articles about City dominating for a decade or more. But that's Goal.com for you... Forty-four years of failure can't be wiped away in one season, but the hurt has been relieved. By the same token, United have been here before, and they've knocked Liverpool off their perch and recovered from the surges of Leeds United, Blackburn Rovers, Arsenal and Chelsea. Why shouldn't it be the same with City? Remember, United came second with the highest points total ever. One mistake against Vincent Kompany (who, by the way, has been outstanding) or a seven-minute collapse against Everton was all the difference. Rome Wasn't Built in a Day Roberto Mancini was a fine player with 733 appearances for Bologna, Sampdoria and Lazio. He is also a fin ...
Manchester City are eyeing Barc...elona defender Gerard Pique. City boss Roberto Mancini is desperate to find a quality partner for No1 centre-half Vincent Kompany and former Manchester United stopper Pique is on his radar. The Daily Mail says both Pique and AC Milan's Thiago Silva are under consideration. Pique is also being linked with a return to Old Trafford.
Manchester: Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany was jubilant after a dramatic injury-time turnaround saw his side beat QPR 3-2 to secure an historic Premier League triumph. Edin Dzeko and Sergio Aguero’s incredible back-to-back strikes rescued the hosts when it seemed that they had surrendered the title to Manchester United, but...
Because i support Manchester United, people will say we've had the worst season ever. But this is not the truth, This is not the reality. The season we've just finished has been a miracle. “I don't want to try and find excuses, but I think it's a miracle we're still there at the top when you consider the problems we've had. "Take the likes of John Terry, Chamalean a̶̲̥̅̊ŋd Vincent Kompany out of Chelsea, Arsenal a̶̲̥̅̊ŋd Manchester City respectively for most of the season and I want to see if they are still top of the league. That's what we've had to deal with in Nemanja Vidic. "We've also lost a player like Darren Fletcher and Anderson as well. Evra had to play at centre-back against Wigan Athletic with Michael Carrick. Those are all facts. Still, after all that, we're nine points better than last season a̶̲̥̅̊ŋd this season League was decided within 3mins with Goals Difference, so we've done well. You have to give credit to Man City for doing even better becos its never easy to be a ...
MANCHESTER, England (AP) — After 44 years playing in Manchester United's shadow, Manchester City waited to this season's waning seconds to leave the gloom, denying its fierce rival the English title and ending its own drought. The Premier League has never witnessed a finale like it and could struggle to match the breathtaking twists and turns for years. After 38 matches over nine months, all that separated City and United was goal differential as the clock wound down on the season Sunday evening. "I don't want to spoil the moment," City captain Vincent Kompany said. "But I'm already looking forward to the next one." The final dramatic turn — injury-time goals from Edin Dzeko and Sergio Aguero — swung the title race back in City's favor when all appeared to be lost. United's title celebrations at Sunderland, where the deposed champions had won 1-0, were abandoned as manager Alex Ferguson hastily ordered his players off the field. "I got the word during the game that City had scored to make it 2-2," U ...
So goodbye David Pleat. Goodbye to your jig at Maine Road after you sent Manchester City down in 1983. Goodbye Ricky Villa and your slalom run that ripped the FA Cup away from City in 1981. Goodbye Paul Hendrie, the giant-killer who scored the winner when Halifax Town cut City down. Goodbye Steve Daley, Bernardo Corradi, Lee Bradbury and all the others who carried the torch of mediocrity and disappointment for many of the last 44 years. And goodbye to John Benson, Jimmy Frizzell, Mel Machin, Brian Horton, Phil Neal and all the other City managers who couldn’t get the job done. Yesterday, amid scenes of scarcely believable drama at the Etihad Stadium, City chased all of their ghosts away. They did not want to leave. In fact, their spirits lingered until a few seconds from the end of one of the most remarkable matches in Premier League history. Then Sergio Aguero scored the 94th minute winner against QPR that finally took City out of the reach of Manchester United. Only then did it feel as if the haunting ...
Manchester City have copied a well known and proven blueprint for success in England, used in the past by Manchester United and Chelsea: First get a strong spine – a great goalkeeper (Joe Hart), a rock in defence (Vincent Kompany), a midfield general (Yaya Toure) , a player like Carlos Tevez – a determined dribbler , and a talisman (Sergio Aguero). - by Ouriel Daskal (Sport Business Editor)
What a fitting finale to the 2011-12 season of Barclays Premier League... kudos to Manchester City! That is the spirit of being Champions of the world's best league .. Coming back from 1-2 to clinch a goal with the last kick to win the championship deserves credit. It is very different from the manipulative mind games that we have been seeing win trophies for the last 2 decades. Step aside Manchester United! The 'noisy neighbors' have dismantled the abominable gum chewing old hag... Hats off to Roberto Mancini, Vincent Kompany and team (special mention of Ya Ya Toure, Sergio Aguero, Joe Hart and David Silva) ... Welcome to a new Era in football, and more importantly, goodbye to a bygone era of winning through manipulation and bad influence..!
Latest Premier League News & Transfer Gossips : -Tottenham midfielder Scott Parker has emerged as a doubt for England's Euro 2012 campaign as he struggles with an Achilles tendon injury. -EXCLUSIVE: Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea join £12million race to sign Dembele -Alex Ferguson reveals he would be happy for Ryan Giggs to play at the Olympic Games for Great Britain -Newcastle boss Alan Pardew says he may be unable to keep his best players if the Magpies receive big-money offers. -Newcastle's Alan Pardew has scooped the Barclays manager of the season award, while Manchester City defender Vincent Kompany pipped Robin Van Persie to the player’s prize. -Di Matteo refuses to be drawn on Chelsea future The Blues interim boss has had a successful spell in charge, winning the FA Cup and reaching the Champions League final, but the Italian remains coy over his long-term prospects -Chelsea are back in for Van der Wiel with Ajax defender set for departure -Di Matteo expects summer overhaul at Ch ...
Newcastle United coach Alan Pardew and Manchester City defender Vincent Kompany have been named Barclays Manager and Player of the Season.
Manchester City reclaim control of the Premier League title race as Vincent Kompany's header gives them victory over rivals Manchester United.
Manchester City returned to the top of the table on a famous night at the Etihad Stadium as Vincent Kompany scored the only goal of the game against Manchest...
Here's the deatails: A Manchester United fan collapsed and died moments after Manchester City scored their derby match winner. Loyal United fan Pa Abu Bakarr Sesay, who has supported the Red Devils since a teenager, was watching the match on TV with his son and rival Manchester City fans when tragedy struck. According to Sierra Leone's Exclusive newspaper, Sesay had been taunted by City fans throughout the match and after Vincent Kompany scored in the first half, it all became too much for the pensioner. His son, Abu, said: “Just after the goal was scored, my father left the cinema in Freetown unceremoniously without saying a word. "He was taunted by Manchester City supporters and anti-Manchester United fans. They made life uncomfortable for him." Half way through the second match Abu was told that his father had died. Yesterday it was revealed that a Chelsea fan was stabbed to death after reportedly taunting a Manchester United fan over their 1-0 defeat to City. Stephen Oluoch was knifed in the back of ...
English Premier League 2011/2012 With the dust settled on a frantic midweek Manchester Derby that handed the title initiative to City with just 180 minutes left of a fascinating Premier League season, the mind games remain in full swing between Sir Alex Ferguson and Roberto Mancini. A 1-0 win at home to their neighbours on Monday put the destiny of the silverware in City's hands as they seek to end a 44-year wait to be crowned champions of England. Manchester City and Manchester United are level on 83 points with Roberto Mancini's side having a superior goal difference of eight going into games at high-flying Newcastle United on Sunday and relegation-threatened Queen Park Rangers a week later. United welcome Swansea City to Old Trafford on Sunday before completing their campaign at Sunderland. Mancini had barely sat down at his post-match news conference after Vincent Kompany's goal had settled a tense, attritional match, when he declared United, seeking a fifth Premier League title in six seasons, were s ...
Manchester City 1-0 Manchester United: Kompany header settles derby as Mancini's men leapfrog the champions.The defender converted David Silva's corner in first half added time in order to secure three points as the home side edge closer to their first ever Premier League title Vincent Kompany's header in first half added time earned Roberto Mancini's team the points and catapulted them above United and into top spot on goal difference. City now need only to match the results of their Manchester rivals in the final two games of the league campaign in order to pip Sir Alex Ferguson's men to the trophy. City had scored 12 goals in three matches prior to this fixture and as a result Roberto Mancini opted to stick with the side that had relegated Wolves eight days earlier. That meant that Carlos Tevez faced his former club alongside Sergio Aguero in attack, with David Silva and Samir Nasri in support. Antonio Valencia was surprisingly omitted from the United starting XI, with Park Ji-Sung and Ryan Giggs joini ...
Vincent Kompany's powerful header gave Manchester City a 1-0 win against Manchester United on Monday to overtake its rival for the Premier League lead with two games remaining.
Manchester City midfielder Vincent Kompany called on his side to finish the job in the race for the Premier League title after scoring the winner in a 1-0 victory over Manchester United. hmm something is a tad wrong with this statement bbc
LIVE commentary: upload any comment you can recall . . . GOAL!! Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany scores in the first minute of the stoppage time, with a powerful header five yards out! He shrugged off Chris Smalling who was marking him and sent the hosts into the lead with barely any time left on the clock. Manchester City 1 - 0 Manchester United!
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I can understand the way Manchester United played in their 1-0 defeat by Manchester City, which sees Roberto Mancini's team move to the Premier League summit. They played with five in midfield to go and protect what they had, and got men behind the ball. The problem I had in the middle of the park was that they had a 37-year-old Paul Scholes, a 38-year-old Ryan Giggs and Park Ji-sung, who hasn't played for a while.  Getting behind the ball was easy but when they got it back, they could not support Wayne Rooney with ease and that left him isolated. That's alright for the first half an hour, because they were absolutely cruising, but when you lose a goal you have to get more men forward to get back in the game. In the last 15 minutes you're thinking, 'they have got to be a threat at some stage' but it never happened. So it wasn't really the tactics that I was surprised about, it was more the line-up. I thought David De Gea was at fault for Vincent Kompany's goal. He's been under pressure all season with ...
Roberto Mancini: 'Football is crazy but Manchester City deserve this' Manchester City, often castigated for being defensive, took their chance while the normally penetrative United were blunt Sir Alex Ferguson, the Manchester United manager, left, exchanges a few words with his Manchester City counterpart, Roberto Mancini. Photograph: Gerry Penny/EPA Daniel Taylor at Etihad Stadium The Guardian, Tue 1 May 2012 00.56 BST Comment At the final whistle, the body language of the players told everyone what it meant. These were the moments Manchester City will treasure, enjoying the view from the top of the Premier League, basking in a rare form of euphoria. Roberto Mancini could be seen roaring to the skies. Vincent Kompany, the scorer of the decisive goal, was on his knees, pumping his fists. They knew at that moment that the title race had swung significantly in their favour, leaving them on the brink of their first league championship since 1968. Three weeks ago, this City team had lost at Arsenal and a five ...
Carlos Tevez is ready to come back to haunt former club Manchester United, according to City skipper Vincent Kompany.
Update: Vincent Kompany says nerves are not getting the better of Manchester City ... - Daily Mail
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