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Vincent Kompany
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Personal information
Full name Vincent Jean Mpoy Kompany
Date of birth 10 April 1986 (1986-04-10) (age 32)
Place of birth    Uccle, Brussels, Belgium Belgium
Height 1.93 m (6 ft 4 in)
Playing position Centre back
Club information
Current club England Manchester City
Number 4
Youth clubs
2000-2003 Belgium Anderlecht
Senior clubs
Years Club App (Gls)
2003-2006
2006-2008
2008-
Belgium Anderlecht
Germany Hamburger SV
England Manchester City
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049 00(1)
198 0(11)   
National team
2002
2002
2008
2004-
Belgium Belgium U16
Belgium Belgium U17
Belgium Belgium U23
Belgium Belgium
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Vincent Jean Mpoy Kompany is a Belgian footballer who plays as a centre back for Premier League club Manchester City. In the 2011-2012 Premier League season he captained his team to their first title in 44 years.

He was also awarded the Premier League Player of the Season in 2012.

Club career

Kompany started his carrer with Belgian club R.S.C. Anderlecht and spent three years there before moving to Germany to play for Hamburger SV. In 2008 he completed his transfer to then growing giants Manchester City. He has since proved himself at the club, becoming one of the best defenders in the Premier League. He has become a vital part of the City squad.

At the end of the 2011-12 season, he was rewarded Player of the Season.

On 11 May 2014, Kompany scored Manchester City's second goal in a 2–0 defeat of West Ham United as the club won the 2013–14 Premier League title.

Early career

International career

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Career statistics

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Honours

Clubs

Anderlecht
Hamburger SV
Manchester City

Individual

External links

Manchester City FC
Manchester City F.C. squad - 2018–19

1. Bravo 2. Walker 4. Kompany (c) 5. Stones 7. Sterling 8. Gündoğan 10. Agüero 15. Mangala 17. De Bruyne 18. Delph 19. Sané 20. B. Silva 21. D. Silva 22. Mendy 24. Adarabioyo 25. Fernandinho 30. Otamendi 31. Ederson 33. Jesus 35. Zinchenko 42. Y. Touré 47. Foden 55. Díaz

Belgium urbsfa
Belgium Belgium
Belgium urbsfa
Belgium urbsfa
Belgium – 2014 FIFA World Cup – Quarter-finals

1. Courtois 2. Alderweireld 3. Vermaelen 4. Kompany (c) 5. Vertonghen 6. Witsel 7. De Bruyne 8. Fellaini 9. Lukaku 10. Hazard 11. Mirallas 12. Mignolet 13. Bossut 14. Mertens 15. Van Buyten 16. Defour 17. Origi 18. Lombaerts 19. Dembélé 20. Januzaj 21. Vanden Borre 22. Chadli 23. Ciman

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Belgium – 2018 FIFA World Cup – Third place

1. Courtois 2. Alderweireld 3. Vermaelen 4. Kompany 5. Vertonghen 6. Witsel 7. De Bruyne 8. Fellaini 9. Lukaku 10. E. Hazard (c) 11. Carrasco 12. Mignolet 13. Casteels 14. Mertens 15. Meunier 16. T. Hazard 17. Tielemans 18. Januzaj 19. Dembélé 20. Boyata 21. Batshuayi 22. Chadli 23. Dendoncker