Vincent Kompany accepts Anderlecht protector Amir Michael Murillo later Sunday’s gameKompany took over as Anderlecht lead trainer in August 2020
Club Bruges have denounced fans who supposedly racially mishandled previous Manchester City chief Vincent Kompany during Sunday’s down with Anderlecht.
Kompany, the current Anderlecht lead trainer, was noticeably disturbed later the 2-2 draw.
The 35-year-old said he, his players and staff were loudly manhandled all through the game.
I’m struggling with it, Kompany told Eleven Sports. I will return home daunted and frustrated.
He added We are here with a many individuals who have given a ton from this nation and who just come to play football.
Kompany, who won four Premier League titles with City prior to leaving in 2019 to join Anderlecht as player-administrator, would not address the more extensive media later the game and said he needed to return home, rest and invest energy with individuals who are vital to me.
Because of Kompany’s remarks, Club Bruges posted on Twitter The club, it’s allies, staff, players, representatives and board firmly censure any type of bigotry. These people are not agent of the qualities and standards of our club.
In October, a Belgium-based Manchester City fan was assaulted returning from the Champions League meeting among City and Club Bruges.