Kompany retires as a player, become head coach of Anderlecht

Vincent Kompany poses during the FWA Vincent Kompany tribute dinner at the Savoy Hotel, London.

Former Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany ended his 17-year playing career on Monday to focus on being head coach of Belgian team Anderlecht.

The 34-year-old Kompany left City to join Anderlecht, his first professional club, in a player-manager role in May last year.

"I want to fully commit to my role as a coach and need 100% of my time and focus for it," said Kompany, who has agreed to a four-year deal as coach. "That´s why I´m quitting as a football player."

Kompany´s first match in charge will be against Mouscron on Sunday. The Belgian league is two rounds into its new season.

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