Kompany makes high profile team for Super Sunday commentary

 

Manchester City legend Vincent Kompany will join the list of high-profile studio pundits on Sky Sports’ Super Sunday coverage ahead of his former side’s mouthwatering clash with Liverpool at Anfield.

The former City captain will join the likes of Jose Mourinho, Roy Keane, Gary Neville, Jamie Carragher and Graeme Souness in the studio to help analyse the showdown between the two title-chasing sides.

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Kompany joins Pundits ahead Super Sunday

Kompany will also be able to give insight into the specific details regarding Pep Guardiola’s meticulous planning and the inner workings of the defending champions.

David Jones will be in the hot seat presenting Super Sunday, which begins at 1pm ahead of Wolves’ West Midlands derby against Aston Villa an hour later, before Liverpool and City go head-to-head at 4:30pm.

Neville will be alongside Martin Tyler for the big clash, with Carragher contributing in-game analysis throughout.

The former Manchester United and Liverpool defenders will then return to the studio after the match to dissect all the talking points alongside four-time Premier League winner Kompany, Mourinho, Keane and Souness.

Head of Football for Sky Sports Gary Hughes said: ‘We’re delighted to have someone of the experience of Vincent Kompany as part of our team for Super Sunday. He’s a winner of multiple trophies, and someone who knows Manchester City inside out and brings the experience of being involved in one of the greatest title races in the Premier Leagues history last season.

‘Liverpool against Manchester City is one of the showpiece fixtures of the season and we can’t wait to have Vincent as part of our expert team.’

Kompany is currently a player-manager back in his home country with Anderlecht, who are languishing in 10th in the table after a difficult start to the season for the 33-year-old.

 

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