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Vincent Kompany to take up player-manager role at former club RSC Anderlecht after leaving Manchester City

Firstpost Sunday, 19 May 2019
Kompany left Anderlecht in 2006 to join Hamburger SV, after which he moved to City in 2008, before the club came under Abu Dhabi ownership and became a major force in the English game
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News video: Vincent Kompany Will Become Player-Manager In Belgium

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After 11 pretty darn successful seasons with Manchester City, Vincent Kompany wrote in an open letter on his Facebook page that the FA Cup final marked the end of his time at the club. In a follow-up post, he announced his next career endeavor would be becoming player-manager of Belgian club RSC...

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