Vincent parts Kompany with Manchester City
Vincent Kompany announces he’s leaving Manchester City after 11 years at the club.
Jonathan Overend presents a special edition of the podcast on the day Vincent Kompany announces he’s leaving Manchester City after 11 years at the club.
After winning ten domestic titles with Man City, Kompany announced he’s becoming the player-manager of Belgian club Anderlecht, less than 24 hours after lifting the FA Cup with City.
His former Manchester City teammate Darius Vassell comes on to the pod to talk about what Kompany was like when he first joined the club and how he made an impact straightaway.
Football correspondent John Murray looks back on Kompany’s illustrious career in Manchester, former Stoke midfielder Charlie Adam recalls what it was like to play against the defender and Belgian journalist Kristof Terreur explains what Kompany faces at Anderlecht.
Former Arsenal and Everton striker Kevin Campbell and former Burnley and Bolton manager Owen Coyle also join the pod to review Man City’s 6-0 win over Watford in the FA Cup final, sealing an historic domestic treble in English football.