Former Manchester City captain takes over Burnley

The Belgian coach and former Manchester City captain, Vincent Kompany, took over the Burnley team, which dropped out of the English Premier League at the end of the year due to poor results.

Burnley broke up with longtime coach Sean Deitch in April after the club was relegated to the Championship.

Last season, the former City captain led the Belgian side from the bench.

With the Belgian team, he finished in third place and secured the Conference League.

As a footballer, Kompany played for Anderlecht, Hamburg, and City.

He played in the Citizens’ jersey from 2008 to 2019, and for the team from Manchester he played 265 matches and scored 18 goals in all competitions.

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