Manchester City’s long time servant and captain Vincent Kompany has departed the club. The Belgian footballer, instrumental in the clubs success has informed the public after his sides crushing victory of Watford 6-0.
The outstanding player has a 11 year association with the club and in his time has won four Premier League titles, two FA Cups, four League Cups and two Community Shields,” (mancity.com).
Vincent also played 360 times and scored 20 goals. He would have played much more however he was blighted by injury and worked hard to get back in amongst the team.
Man City chairman Khaldoon Al Mubarak said:
“There have been many important contributors to Manchester City’s renaissance, but arguably none are more important than Vincent Kompany.
“He defines the essence of the club. For a decade he has been the lifeblood, the soul, and beating heart of a supremely talented squad.
Fitting words for the now Ex Manchester City player. Truly adored by the supporters for his effort and determination. He personified all that was good about the sport and will be missed.
Khaldoon Al Mubarak also said through mancity.com;
“His leadership, intelligence and determination have seen him adapt brilliantly to playing under four different managers and overcome some debilitating injuries. He is a special character who has answered every demand the club has made of him”.