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  1. Vincent Kompany’s poor form a product of Manchester City’s overall malaise

    Kompany

    The display turned in by Manchester City skipper Vincent Kompany against Manchester United during a 4-1 win last season at the Etihad Stadium is not one you forget in a hurry.

    At the heart of Manuel Pellegrini’s back-four, the Belgian was an indomitable presence, shutting out the Red Devils forwards with athleticism, intelligence and an array of expertly implemented defensive skills. It was as close as you’d get to a template for how to play as a center-back against elite opposition and in the aftermath, Kompany was rightly revered as one of the finest defenders on the planet.

    But the 28-year-old has toiled during City’s…

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  2. Tottenham legend Dave Mackay dies, aged 80

    Dave Mackay

    Former Tottenham and Scotland midfielder Dave Mackay has died aged 80, the Barclays Premier League side have announced. Mackay, who was part of Spurs’ 1961 double-winning team, passed away at hospital in Nottingham on Monday evening. “We were saddened to … Continue reading

  3. Swansea dreaming of Europa League qualification

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    Swansea manager Garry Monk admits he would love another taste of European soccer after moving into qualification contention. Back-to-back wins over Manchester United and Burnley have taken Swansea into eighth place and to the 40-point mark in the quickest time … Continue reading