March 2 In the quarter-finals of the FA Cup, Burnley will play against Manchester City.
It was an odd matchup for Burnley boss Kompany, who was a former Manchester City captain.
Speaking to the Burnley Express, Kompany said: “Honestly, it’s a conflicted feeling. I have a close relationship with Manchester City and that relationship still exists. The boys had to make tough decisions on that day.
Decision, but it’s the kind of game you’d expect. I had a couple of more important games before that one, the Championship game in between, but at the end of the day it’s going to be very special.”
“It will be a special experience for the players and I think we have the right to look forward to games like this, which is definitely good for us. But, from my point of view, I am really calm. I wish
They are going well and I will play with them whenever I see them. I represent Burnley and I am very proud to work for the club, but I also know the Manchester City players personally.”
“I know there’s a team that wants to win everything before the hugs and high fives, I know City very well in every department, it’s a place that’s been very important in my life. I’m still the same person I was before and they treated me well.
The feeling is the same. They have some good players and if they want to win games, it will be very difficult to go away.”