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Next Burnley Manager Odds
As we go deeper into the Premier League season, the questions of how long Burnley will persist with Vincent Kompany are becoming more and more prominent. The former Manchester City captain has completely changed the perception of Burnley to teams and fans in the United Kingdom but when the results aren't there, questions will be asked no matter who the manager is.
It seems like it is only a matter of time before we begin to see Burnley manager betting odds appear in the sportsbook but many will argue that Vincent Kompany has earned time and patience from the board from his performance at Turf Moor so far.
Will Vincent Kompany be the next manager to be sacked?
The Premier League sack race is heating up and currently there are a number of teams who could be on the verge of sacking their manager. Burnley's Vincent Kompany is on that list. From what is currently in the betting market, the story behind the next Manchester United manager is the hot topic as Eric Ten Hag fights for his job.
Even if Ten Hag was to leave, it is likely that Paul Heckingbottom and Andoni Iraola will lose their jobs before Kompany. After all, Kompany led Burnley to a 100+ point season in the Championship last year and pulled Belgian side Anderlecht from the midst of a dreadful season to two respectable finishes. The Belgian side have since finished 11th and had a very poor campaign since Kompany's departure. Meaning more questions will be asked have Burnley been overperforming under Kompany and are now suffering because of that? We think that is the reason why a departure in the Burnley job is significantly lower in the manager odds in comparison to other clubs.
Who will be the next Burnley manager?
There are no Next Burnley manager odds available at present as Burnley are not the current favourites to sack their manager. However, some names that have been mentioned in relation to the next Burnley manager are: Carlos Carvalhal, Rafael Benitez and Craig Bellamy. However, it seems unlikely that Burnley would take such a big risk with the next Burnley manager if they sack Kompany.
How has Vincent Kompany performed at Burnley?
To this point, Vincent Kompany's managerial career hasn't quite lived up to the hype in comparison to his playing career. However, Kompany has had significantly more success that many former managers, new birmingham city manager Wayne Rooney for example. Kompany led Burnley to a Championship win and a quarter-final appearance in the FA Cup, only losing to both Manchester sides in the cup competitions. (Both sides would go on to win that competition) So last season was certainly a success!
However, this season has started a little differently. Burnley's sole victory came away from home at Luton Town in October and originally could be forgiven for poor results given their first eight games included fixtures against Manchester City, Aston Villa, Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester United, Chelsea and Newcastle United. However, defeats in all six of those games could have been overlooked with better performances against the likes of Bournemouth, Brentford and Nottingham Forest. A dismal defeat to Everton in the EFL Cup means that Kompany can focus on the Premier League but the three relegation positions look set to be filled by three of four teams, Burnley are already against the odds if they want to survive.
Previous Burnley Managers
|June 2022 - Present||Vincent Kompany||Still at Club|
|October 2012 - October 2012||Mike Jackson||3-2-3|
|October 2012 - April 2022||Sean Dyche||149-118-158|
|January 2011 - October 2012||Eddie Howe||34-19-34|
|January 2010 - January 2011||Brian Laws||13-9-22|
|November 2007 - January 2010||Owen Coyle||49-29-38|
*Caretaker manager with over 5 games in-charge.
As it stands, Vincent Kompany has the best win percentage of any permanent Burnley manager and for that reason, we believe it's very likely that they will decide to keep Kompany at the club even if they are sitting in the relegation zone. Their style of play is one of the best in English football, they are signing players for the future and bringing in a manager such as Sam Allardyce or Rafael Benitez likely won't keep them up this season.
Kompany took over from caretaker boss Mike Jackson, who did himself no injustice after Sean Dyche left the club with three wins in eight games, in comparison, Burnley's had three wins in the previous 20 games before he took over.
Sean Dyche's successor has matched the veteran manager in regards to popularity at the club but Dyche's preference to simply get the job done by any means necessary was what brought Burnley to the Premier League for their most successful campaigns, if any manager matches Sean Dyche's influence on the club, it'll be a big surprise.