On August 17th, it was official news that Kompany, the former Manchester City captain, officially retired and became the full-time coach of Anderlecht.
Kompany became the player and coach of Anderlecht in May 2019. Now he will end his playing career and serve as the coach full-time.
In the 2019-20 season, Kompany played a total of 18 times in each season, scoring 1 goal and assisting 1 time.
Kompany played for Blue Moon for 11 years, played 360 games, contributed 20 goals 11 assists, and kept a clean sheet in 139 games.
In terms of honors: Followed Manchester City to win four Premier League titles, two FA Cups, four League Cups, and two Community Shield Championships, and was named the best central defender in the Premier League in the past ten years by many media and experts.
Kompany said: “I am starting a new chapter in my career. Now I am planning to retire. From the current point of view, the future development of the team is more important than my personal. For me personally, this is also a kind of liberation.
, I have no regrets, I will continue with my ambition and passion for football, I want to fully fulfill my role as a coach and focus 100% on it, that’s why I’m retiring. We still have the same ambition and passion
Hunger, I want to stay at this club for at least four seasons and prove that Anderlecht can play modern football and I would like to thank Frankie for all his help.”