‘It’s A Great Honour’_Vincent Kompany Reacts After Being Appointed Bayern Munich Boss

Vincent Kompany join Bayern Munich

Vincent Kompany has officially been appointed as the new Bayern Munich manager following his confirmed departure from Burnley.

The Manchester City legend emerged as the unexpected frontrunner to replace Thomas Tuchel after Burnley’s relegation from the Premier League.

At 38, Kompany has signed a three-year contract with the German giants, with Bayern Munich paying Burnley approximately £10.2 million in compensation.

‘I’m looking forward to the challenge of FC Bayern.

It’s a great honour to be able to work for this club – FC Bayern is an institution in international football,’ Kompany said.

‘As a coach, you have to stand for who you are as a person: I love having the ball, being creative – and we also have to be aggressive on the pitch and courageous.


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‘I’m now looking forward to the most basic things: working with the players, building a team. When the foundation is in place, success will follow.’

Kompany, one of the Premier League’s greatest ever captains and one of the best centre-backs of his generation.

Kompany joined Burnley from Anderlecht, where he spent two seasons in his first managerial role.

He led Anderlecht to fourth and third-place finishes before taking up the position at Turf Moor.

In his debut season at Burnley, Kompany guided the team back to the top flight at the first attempt, winning the Championship with 101 points.

This made Burnley the first club to break the 100-point barrier since Leicester City in the 2013/14 season.

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