‘This man needs to come’ – Many Man City fans react to Vincent Kompany news


Fans of Manchester City have actually been responding to a post on Twitter, which passes on reports that former City captain Vincent Kompany will personally pay part of his Anderlecht players’ wages in order to support the club during the existing break from football.

According to reports in the Daily Mail, Anderlecht player-manager Vincent Kompany has actually provided to pay his players’ wages if they are not able to compromise a month’s earnings in order to assist the club financially during football’s imposed break.

In response to the reports, which were communicated by Man City Xtra on Twitter, fans of the club have actually gathered to share their viewpoints on the matter, with many applauding their former captain for his generous act.

Some Anderlecht players have actually declined to quit a ‘finalizing bonus offer’– very high for some players– to help the club during the COVID-19 crisis.

Vincent Kompany has actually for that reason provided to pay the club part of the bonus offer for players who do not desire to sign the file.

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— Man City Xtra (@City_Xtra) March 31, 2020

Constantly been a leading man????

— Mark N (@mark_n0) March 31, 2020

That’s our vinnie?

— ellie?? (@Elliemaew13) March 31, 2020

Our legend??

— @hirbahadurshahi (@hirbdr) March 31, 2020

This man needs to come home

— TAF (@TomFarrellOBGYN) March 31, 2020

My Captain?

— Leahy ?? (@Agueroooo21) March 31, 2020

Future coach?

— BLUE SANCTUARY (@silvaoak12) March 31, 2020

What a man

— Ridz (@Ridz18 _) March 31, 2020

What do we think?

While it appears that many City fans still hold Kompany in incredibly high regard, it is easy to see why.

Together with his generous kindness, the 33- year- old made 360 appearances for City, scoring 20 goals and supplying 11 assists, while assisting his side to win 4 Premier League titles, 2 FA Cups, 4 League Cups and 2 Neighborhood Shields.

As such, the factors as to why City fans still value their former captain very much promote themselves.

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