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Vincent Kompany explains why he has no complaints with the boos that greeted Burnley’s latest defeat

Vincent Kompany maintains he has no issue with the full-time booing that followed Burnley’s latest setback.
Despite a stronger showing at Turf Moor on Sunday, the Clarets lost 2-0 against Bournemouth.

It means Kompany’s team has now lost 20 of their 27 games this season, leaving them with only 13 points and 11 points behind safety.
Unless something drastic occurs between now and May, Burnley will return to the Championship just a year after winning the unprecedented 101-point title.

Despite the Clarets’ improved performance against the Cherries at the weekend, fans were left upset by the team’s poor finishing in front of goal as well as some timid defending at the other end, particularly for Justin Kluivert’s early goal.

Kompany, on the other hand, isn’t reading too much into the boos, noting it’s something they see and hear all around the country on a weekly basis.

“That’s after every defeat in every club,” he went on to say.

“I can’t remember which game it was, but I went to watch [Manchester] City when they won the treble once, and they came in at halftime to be booed because they weren’t performing well. It is football. “I’ve never experienced anything different in my career.”As long as they [the supporters] are there from the beginning, as they were, and as long as they support you throughout the game, it is something you must be able to deal with in football, in my opinion.

“Eventually it all comes back in a positive way.”

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