BURNLEY are the latest Premier League club to get their own TV docuseries.
‘Mission to Burnley’ will air on Sky next week, documenting Vincent Kompany’s first season at Turf Moor.
The former Manchester City captain took charge following Burnley’s relegation to the Championship.
But after a huge change in tactics and personnel, Kompany led Burnley back to the big time as league winners.
The first episode of the four-parter will air on August 10.
And it will give fans a taste of the action ahead of Burnley’s league opener against Treble winners City.
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Clarets supporters will be treated to “unprecedented access to the boardroom, dressing room and inner workings of the club.”
Burnley aren’t the first team to have their own series, with Arsenal, Man City and Tottenham all gracing televisions across the country.
But the Clarets will be jostling with Newcastle for air time.
That’s because Eddie Howe’s Toon are also set to star in a show released on Amazon next week.