City Captain Warns Against Slow Start

TITLEGOESHERE | Radio Kerry | 96-98FM | Your Voice in The Kingdom

Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany says they can’t afford another poor start to the season if they’re to challenge to win the Premier League. City finished 8 points behind champions Chelsea in the last campaign, and it didn’t help that they managed to win only 2 out of their opening 5 games. Kompany says they have to be more competitive [audio_player src=”http://media.radiokerry.ie/mediamanager/embed/audio/42377/medium/”] Hull City appear determined to hold onto Irish international Robbie Brady after reportedly turning-down a third approach from Norwich. The 23-year-old, who played 32 times for Hull last season, was offered a new contract to keep him at the club, despite their relegation to the Championship. The latest bid by Norwich is believed to be worth 3-million pounds

SHARE