Kompany backed for future City role

Vincent Kompany has taken charge of Anderlecht as player-manager, after he confirmed he was leaving Manchester City.

Kompany ended his 11-year stint with City by lifting the FA Cup, completing a domestic treble for the club – the first ever in English football.

The 33-year-old wasted little time in announcing he was heading back to his native Belgium to charge of Anderlecht.

“I want to share my knowledge with the next purple generations,” said Kompany.

“With that, I will also put a bit of Manchester in the heart of Belgium.”

Former City boss Stuart Pearce believes he could very well end up back at City.

“He’ll have a connection with Manchester City in the future, whether that’s coaching, managing or as a statesman at the club, he’ll certainly have a future at City.”

And Bookmakers are already predicting a bright future in management for Kompany, and he is just 4/1 to take charge of City at some point.

Alex Apati of Ladbrokes said: “There’s every chance City’s dominance lasts for yet another year with 25/1 on offer for back-to-back trebles, while we wouldn’t be surprised to see Kompany in the Etihad dugout soon.”

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