Kompany began his professional career at Anderlecht; having graduated from their youth system, he was with the club for three seasons as a first team player before moving to Bundesliga club Hamburg in 2006. In the summer of 2008, at the age of 22, he completed a transfer to Premier League club Manchester City. He established himself as an integral part of the squad and was regarded as one of the bargain buys of the revolutionised City era, blossoming into one of the league's best centre backs. In the 2011–12 season he was awarded the captaincy of Manchester City, leading his club to win the Premier League that season, their first league title in 44 years scoring a vital header vs rivals United .
In May 2019, after 11 years at Manchester City and yet again scoring a belting and very important 30 yard screamer vs Leicester he announced he would leave the club in June 2019 when his contract expired. He finished with 360 appearances and 12 trophies, including 4 premier league titles, two FA cups and 4 league cups. On 1 July he became the player-manager at RSC Anderlecht of the Belgian First Division A where he started his professional playing career. A year later, on 17 August 2020, he announced his retirement from professional football and was presented as Anderlecht's first-team manager. He represented Belguim 89 times. A true legend of the game.
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