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'World class' Kompany is Manchester City's DNA, says Goater

Goal.com Sunday, 19 May 2019
The treble winners confirmed on Sunday that their inspirational captain will leave the club and the former striker led the tributes
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News video: Vincent Kompany mic drops his way out of Man City at victory parade

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Vincent Kompany tells Manchester City fans they support the best club in the world as he gives a farewell speech at the team's victory parade through the city's streets.

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