Vincent Kompany bade an emotional farewell to Manchester Metropolis in entrance of 100,000 followers on today in 2019.

The long-serving captain, now supervisor of Burnley, introduced he was leaving Metropolis after 11 profitable years to take up the function of player-manager at Anderlecht.

Consequently the defender was the star of the present as Metropolis celebrated the 2018/19 season’s historic home treble with an open-top bus parade via Manchester metropolis centre.

Talking because the parade culminated with a stage present exterior Manchester Cathedral, the Belgian mentioned: “I’ve given every thing I may for this membership. I can’t let you know how pleased with that I’m. I’ve nothing left. I’ve given every thing.”

Kompany’s future had been the topic of hypothesis for a while however he realised the time was proper to go away when he scored a spectacular winner in opposition to Leicester earlier that month. His long-range strike, of their penultimate recreation of the season, took Metropolis inside one recreation of retaining their Premier League title.

He mentioned: “The second that ball in opposition to Leicester went ‘high bins’ I knew I used to be performed! I couldn’t do something higher. It felt proper.”

Kompany, who ended his speech with a mic drop, mentioned: “Eleven years at this membership, what a journey we’ve been on. We have been all the time an incredible membership with out silverware however now we’ve acquired silverware and I’m actually proud.

“This group of gamers – we’ve given you one thing you deserved for a very long time. Now this staff is able to obtain a lot extra.”

Kompany gained 10 main trophies throughout his time with Metropolis, culminating with the 2019 FA Cup ultimate victory over Watford.

After three years in cost at Anderlecht, Kompany returned to England in 2022 to handle the Clarets and delivered promotion again to the Premier League on the first try.