EFL Championship facet Burnley has appointed former Manchester Metropolis captain Vincent Kompany as their new supervisor.
Kompany left Anderlecht in Could after two years in cost and replaces Sean Dyche at Turf Moor, who was sacked in April.
“I am excited by the problem forward,” the Belgian mentioned following his appointment.
“I’m wanting ahead to attending to work with the gamers and making a optimistic, profitable crew for our followers after we return to Turf Moor.”
“I’ve been impressed by the Board’s imaginative and prescient for the membership which aligns with my very own and I stay up for enjoying my half as we enter an vital season.”
Throughout his first full season as supervisor, Kompany led the membership to a fourth-place end overseeing a youthful squad with the youngest common age within the league.
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