When the alternative is Eliaquim Mangala, the Man City boss 'needs' Vincent Kompany.
Jose Mourinho said other managers "cry, cry, cry" over injuries. Here's an absent XI worth shedding tears over...
Sergio Aguero is "completely fit" but the same cannot be said about City skipper Vincent Kompany...
Guardiola is an admirer of Alderweireld, and believes he could be a long-term successor for Kompany.
We aren't sure that a "desire to score goals" is an ability, per se. But Kompany certainly likes Lukaku.
Guardiola was pretty straightforward when it came to Aguero and Kompany. Toure? Not so much.
Can Man United ruin Tottenham's emotional farewell? Will Sturridge get his chance? Will Chelsea win the title?
There is some sobbing from Daniel Storey but a lot of laughter too in our weekly awards.
Did Pep Guardiola forget what a "real central defender" looks like? Possibly, judging by these comments.
"It's all in our hands and it's a good feeling," says the Manchester City captain.
This article was published last March, but with Wenger's recent claims over Kylian Mbappe, it's worth another look.
United hoped Rashford and Martial's pace would hurt City on the counter, but Kompany has seen it all before...
VIncent Kompany scored his first goal since 2015 as Manchester City cemented their top four place...
Though answering the question with "yes, he has a contract" is hardly a ringing endorsement.
Who win more points when their captain doesn't start? Who is aimless without their on-pitch leader?
It's been a 'learnful' season, according to Man City skipper, who says City are on the right track.
Pep Guardiola has declared Vincent Kompany "fit and ready" for the FA Cup clash against Palace.
A fine Mailbox. On captains, AFCON, Stones, Guardiola, Wilshere and boycotting Russia...
Nobody at Arsenal is as fleet of foot and mind as Santi. And Liverpool are missing Matip more than Coutinho...
Vincent Kompany is being extra cautious to ensure his latest Man City comeback bid is not derailed.
Pep has poured cold water on reports that Sergio Aguero and Vincent Kompany could leave City.
Pep Guardiola’s ‘ruthless revolution’ is reportedly set to continue at Manchester City...
Nice things about Arsenal, Ander Herrera and Loris Karius, not about Vincent Kompany or West Ham
Man City boss Pep Guardiola could not offer a diagnosis after Vincent Kompany's 427th injury.
How times have changed. To be fair, John Stones and Nicolas Otamendi have been excellent...
Man City boss Pep Guardiola is relishing the prospect of Kompany and Gundogan being available.
The new season might almost be here, but a heck of a lot of players have knee injuries
Pep Guardiola will ask his Man City players to pick their own captain when Vincent Kompany is not available.
Do you want to live in a world where John Stones is the most expensive defender ever?
The first instalment of a two-part Premier League season summary. Oh Arsene, this should have been it
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