Vincent Kompany, the manager of Burnley, has no reservations about applying his approach to the Premier League.

On the opening night of the new league season, the Clarets fell to Manchester City 3-0, but Kompany learned a lot from the match at Turf Moor against the champions of last year’s triple crown. Despite this, the media has raised concerns over how Burnley’s under Kompany style will do in the top division.

But the Belgian is unconcerned. His influence at Burnley last season was notable, as the team underwent a thorough summer roster makeover and adopted a completely new identity on the field. Burnley won the Championship with ease, scoring 101 points while playing a fun brand of football. According to Kompany, the difficulty this season is not all that different from last.

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He said to Mail Sport, “I think it’s focused on the wrong subject. It’s a question that gets posed. I was informed that we couldn’t do it the way we did, especially before the Champ last year. And now I’m hearing the same thing, so I feel we should act according to our convictions because that will be us. It involves having faith that this is how we will achieve achievement.

“It’s a little bit like last year,” Kompany continued. Everyone will declare they had spent a year in the Premier League in a year from now since there is always a first time. I’ll just follow my usual routine: concentrate on the next game, avoid uncertainty, have faith, and simply be prepared to innovate and improve when necessary. And see to it that we can always work as effectively as we can as a team.

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