On Sunday 17 May, Vincent Kompany has confirmed he will leave Manchester City after 11 seasons to become player-manager at Anderlecht.
The 33-year-old has enjoyed a stellar career in Manchester since joining the club in 2008, becoming a key figure as City transformed from Premier League also-rans to serial trophy winners.
10 - Since Vincent Kompany's first season with the club, ManCity has won more domestic trophies than any other side in England (4 Premier League titles, 4 League Cups, 2 FA Cups). Era.
10 - Since Kompany's arrival in 2008, no Premier League team has won more than the 10 trophies claimed by City in that time. Of course, 2008 was also the year that Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan took over the club.
360 - Kompany made 360 appearances for City across all competitions.
119 - Key for any defender, Kompany helped City keep 119 clean sheets during his time in Manchester. But he also made his presence felt at the other end, scoring 20 goals - including that thunderbolt against Leicester City earlier this month.
265 - With 265 Premier League appearances, Kompany is third behind David Silva (282) and Joe Hart (266) in terms of appearances in the competition for City.
94 - Only Chelsea great John Terry, with 101, has kept more clean sheets in the Premier League than Kompany.
167 - With Kompany in the side, City have won 167 out of 265 Premier League games - a win percentage of 63 that falls slightly to 62.5 percent without him in the side (95 wins out of 152).
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