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Anderson Glad to be Back

“I’m so happy and excited to be back again after six months without football,” Anderson told “I’ve been really excited to be back. I’ve been so happy ever since I got back to Carrington and I just can’t wait to play again.

“I’m feeling good. I’ve been training for two weeks and I’m very happy. I think maybe very soon I’ll come back again and start playing normally with the rest of the team. I have had no problems at all with the injury. I’m just running and training now really hard, so I can come back and train normally with the team.”
“I think the new season will be very difficult because a lot of teams are becoming strong,” he admitted. “But in pre-season we have looked very strong and I think we will come again this season and we will aim to win everything.”


After escaping unscathed in a car crash, he should be glad he’s not had a bigger setback. There have been plenty of questions on his attitude, leave alone inconsistent displays. And it remains to be seen how he puts those things behind him and focusses on regaining a midfield spot—a task made more formidable given Fletcher’s near-unimpeachable status and the other spot held by Scholes or Carrick.

It’s a fair shout to say that if he doesn’t manage to establish himself this season in the first team, it’s going to be hard for him to stay on. Anderson was the one to catch everyone’s eyes when he was signed alongside Nani. But it’s Nani who has established himself as a starter while Anderson has gone off the rails, blighted by a mix of injury and inconsistency.



  1. Stephen

    20 August 2010 at 10:16

    @Grognard: How is it sour grapes? How do you know we have not been tracking Oil for months? You don’t simply because we don’t read about it? As far as we know we have been tracking him everyday since the World Cup and he has staed he wants to play in Spain, but we could not blame Fergie if that was true……

  2. Grognard

    20 August 2010 at 18:59

    @johnsom33: 😆 😆 😆 😆 😆 😆

  3. Grognard

    20 August 2010 at 19:00

    @Stephen: We need to be doing a lot more than tracking him. We need to speak with him and his family and introduce ourselves and the club to him.

  4. Cantona's Seagulls

    22 August 2010 at 00:35

    I recall a story about ronnie going out the night before a RM match with two supermodels and the next day he scored a brace to win the game. The guy really is a freak of nature but yes his workrate is next to none. I doubt he drinks if he does go anywhere, pretty sure he doesn’t smoke, but his workout is real hard. I looked it up and tried it.

    Ronnie’s workouts are for football but this guy is also seriously vain. He wants to be the next beckham in terms of celeb status. ie. banging paris hilton, lets hope kardishian is next and they make a tape.

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