Football Insider has received evidence stating that Burnley executives attribute their anticipated relegation to their lackluster signings rather than Vincent Kompany.

According to reports, the Clarets allegedly spent more than £90 million on new players last summer in an effort to stay in the Premier League.

Football Insider has learned from reliable sources that several of their recent acquisitions are considered “poor” and unsuited for the premier league.

They acquired players like Aaron Ramsey from Aston Villa, Sander Berge from Sheffield United, and Dara O’Shea from West Brom, but none of them have been able to keep the team out of the relegation struggle.

After an outstanding Championship season the previous year, manager Kompany has found it difficult to succeed in the Premier League.

Burnley blames their predicted relegation from the Premier League

But even if the team moves back up to the second division, insiders have informed Football Insider (March 1) that he is set to stay at Turf Moor.
With his 101 points from the previous season, the board feels he is the appropriate guy to lead them straight back to the Premier League as Championship winners.

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With just 13 points at the moment, the Clarets are 11 points below Nottingham Forest, who are in 17th position.

Only the Blades have a worse defensive record in the league than them. They have the second-worst record overall.

In 26 Premier League games, they have only earned three victories; their most recent came in late December when they defeated Fulham 2-0 on the road.
After losing 3-0 against Crystal Palace on Saturday afternoon, Burnley is currently ranked 19th in the Premier League standings (24 February).

Their next game is on Sunday afternoon, March 3, at Turf Moor against Bournemouth.

In other Newcastle United news, there’s a big update on sources suggesting Eddie Howe might be fired.

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