Anders Rosenkrantz Lindegaard is a Danish football goalkeeper who plays for Manchester United. He started his football career to joined with the local Danish Super liga team Odense Boldklub (OB). Anders made his Danish Superliga debut to victory against Silkeborg IF in 2006 and UEFA competition debut win over Rabotnicki on in 2009. Thereafter he got two loan from Kolding FC which team he had lost the first four games out of the ten league games of the season and Aalesunds FK of Norwegian club that he joined later permanently on loan in the year 2009. In 2010, he was named Goalkeeper of the year in both Norway and Denmark and received a three-and-half year deal from Manchester United on November 27th 2010. Lindegaard had a knee surgery which would keep him out of action for five weeks however. Anders Lindegaard represented Denmark at U19 and U20 level and on August 3rd, 2012 he signed a new four-year contract with Manchester United. Nowadays he becomes the shadow of a talented Spanish keeper David De Gea.
Anders Lindegaard: Thank God I play with Robin van Persie
Manchester United striker Robin van Persie was heralded with praise after his fantastic performance last night against Spain in the 5-1 demolition. The Dutch striker put in a fantastic performance and his first goal was a memorable one as he flew in th...
Rumour: Manchester United to target Sunderland goalkeeper Vito Mannone
Today’s Ridiculous Rumour of the Day is brought to you by Gazzetta Dello Sport who claim Manchester United want to sign Sunderland’s Vito Mannone as a backup for David de Gea. The Italian daily claims David Moyes would like him as De Gea’s understudy as it seems certain that Anders Lindegaard will leave the club in [...]The post Ridiculous Rumour Of The Day: Man Utd To Target Former Arsenal Flop? appeared first on Squawka News.
Lindegaard: Manchester United will be more successful than ever after transition
Manchester United goalkeeper Anders Lindegaard insists that the Old Trafford side will regain their spot in the upper echelons of English football, pointing to the club’s history as evidence for his belief. He conceded that the current squad is a team in transition, but told the Express that their targets will not be realigned to [...]The post Lindegaard: Man United Will Be More Successful Than Ever After Transition appeared first on Squawka News.