Manchester City has been charged with breaching 100 regulations put in front by the Premier League after investigating the matter for four years amid Citizens’ claim of fairness.
Vincent Kompany joined Man City back in 2008 and served the blue side of Manchester for almost a decade as a leader on and off the pitch. The Belgian announced his retirement in 2020.
Vincent Kompany has announced his retirement as a player.
A captain, leader and legend.
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Kompany retired as a legend for Man city after winning 12 major trophies for the club which includes four Premier League (2011–12, 2013–14, 2017–18, 2018–19), two FA Cups (2010–11, 2018–19), four EFL Cup (2013–14, 2015–16, 2017–18, 2018–19), two Community Shield (2012, 2018).
After retiring, Kompany started a new challenge after Burney appointed him as their manager in 2022 and the iconic no.4 for Man City opened up about the ongoing crisis Pep Guardiola’s City is facing.
Vincent Kompany commented on whether anything could ‘tarnish’ his Man City memories: “I sometimes roll my eyes a little. There’s a lot of righteousness in the world and tells you what you’ve done wrong. If everybody looks at themselves, football in general is not one to point the finger.”
💬 "I think the football industry in general is not one that can afford to point the finger too many times. I'm very sceptical when people start pointing fingers."
Vincent Kompany responds to Man City's Premier League charges pic.twitter.com/2uvDScsKEX
— Football Daily (@footballdaily) February 8, 2023
“All of you will have a little smile to know what football is about. I’m very skeptical when people start pointing fingers. Do the best for you and let’s try and improve all the time but I’m a little bit skeptical when fingers get pointed.”- Kompany further added.
The former captain of the football club is tensed about this little period of ultimate fatality, perhaps he is more worried about the hobble Man City has created and made out of the situation has rather felt difficult now with charges are more than 100 allegations.
— City Xtra (@City_Xtra) February 7, 2023
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