BREAKING NEWS ; Burnley’s Manager High light Four Major Ways that Will Bring Them Back To Wining

Despite Burnley’s difficult start to the season, Vincent Kompany is still convinced that the results will start to flow shortly.

With just one point from their first six games, the Clarets have failed to record their first victory since returning to the top division.

Five of those games were against teams that were in the top half of the standings; the most recent was on the road on Saturday against Newcastle United, when they lost 2-0.

Kompany is still optimistic his team is on the right track despite Burnley’s difficult start to the season.

“In every game, we’re going to keep battling for it. Regarding their pursuit of their first victory, he added, “Look, it will come.

“Results-wise, we weren’t too far off. We could have won the game against Forest, we performed well against United, and we have been in games.

If we continue in that direction, we will see results and become just like everyone else down there. Although it won’t be simple, we’ll succeed as well.

Newcastle United and Burnley FC play in a Premier League game at St. James Park on September 30, 2023, in Newcastle upon Tyne, England. Vincent Kompany, the manager of Burnley, gestures during the game. (Image courtesy of Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

When Burnley plays Luton Town at Kenilworth Road on Tuesday night, they will have a golden chance to earn their first three points of the year.

However, the Hatters will be full of confidence after their first victory at Everton last weekend.

“When I compare Luton from the first three or four games to now, they have obviously made progress. I take a look at ourselves, and that applies to us too,” Kompany added.

“Last year, we played two challenging games, and I anticipate the same this year.

“Their team is incredibly well-organized. I really admire the way they’ve gone about it over the years and the way they’ve developed a squad. A lot of coherence exists.

“The players they have can do exactly as the manager directs. After being fired from Watford, Rob Edwards accomplished a great deal by getting the team promoted.

“For us managers, winning a trophy is considered a success. However, success is typically characterized by overachieving, and Luton is overachieving in every area, demonstrating that they have good people and good processes in place.


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