The Golden Boy of MU gave up playing football

The Golden Boy of MU gave up playing football

The player who received a lot of expectation from Sir Alex Ferguson said goodbye to the football world.


The 2008 Golden Boy Anderson announced his retirement at the age of 31, a somewhat young age compared to professional senior players. Most recently, the Brazilian arrived at Adan Demirspor Club in Turkey’s Second Division. However, according to Sport Witness, the board of directors has announced that Anderson has just decided to end his career here.

The most memorable time in Anderson’s career was 8 years with MU. At Old Trafford, Anderson played 181 times for Man Utd, scored 9 goals, made 21 assists and 14 yellow cards.

Anderson won the Golden Boy title in his first season playing for Manchester United, proving Sir Alex Ferguson’s great eye-gaze. The legendary MU coach found the youngster’s talent that year when he and Porto won the Portuguese championship twice in a row, although not many appearances.

Unfortunately, later Anderson could not reach his full potential and was forever a prodigy. Sir Alex has given him a lot of favor and created conditions for him to grow, as evidenced by his patients to him at MU 8 seasons. But to this point, the impression that Anderson left for MU fans is when he comes on the field with a shirt with the wrong name (‘Andesron’).

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In March 2015, Anderson officially left MU when he failed to find a place in Louis van Gaal’s squad. He returned to his hometown of Brazil to join Internacional with a 4-year contract. But the bright young player once could not make an impression here, after 3 seasons he has only 52 appearances. Before the end of his contract, Internacional promptly sent him out to Adan Demirspor, where he also played only 11 games before the end of his career.

Anderson has an unsatisfactory career, but he can be proud to have won many titles.

The battle between Wolves vs Chelsea promises to be thrilling

The battle between Wolves vs Chelsea promises to be thrilling

This weekend marks the return of the Premier League after the national team rally, the confrontation between Wolves and Chelsea will be the reagents for both teams.

Perhaps never in the era of Abramovich Chelsea has a young force and many homegrown as today. Optimists say that Chelsea is delivering, and pessimists think that the Blues are actually going down.

Meanwhile, Wolves have won the Europa League spot this season, meaning that on the international level, the Wolves are sitting in the tray with Arsenal and Chelsea. Is this the turn of a small team or just a temporary horse?

In fact, Wolves are currently only 3 draws and 1 loss after the first 4 Premier League rounds. They need a positive result before the big Chelsea man to prove that attending the Europa League is not by luck. Chelsea also need more victories to show everyone that the early stages of the season is just the flu of a giant.

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Before entering this match, Wolverhampton should feel lucky because the tight schedule (they have to participate in the Europa League qualifying round) does not cause any serious injury. However, they still lost Matt Doherty to a knee injury while on duty in the national team.

Chelsea is also not affected by the FIFA schedule. Antonio Rudiger and Callum Hudson-Odoi are recovering and will be coming back soon, while N’Golo Kante and Pedro are racing against time to catch up with the Wolves. Defender Emerson had to leave the field for 10 minutes in Italy’s match against Finland, but there was no serious problem with the Brazilian defender.

This will be a difficult match for both clubs, one side is looking to regain the position of a big team, the other side wants to confirm their efforts to rise after recent seasons. Surely this will be a fascinating confrontation. Chelsea’s team is a bit better, but Wolves has a senior coach and the home field advantage. We are afraid that Chelsea will be hard to come back this time.