It seems like in almost every club that the Danish shot-stopper Anders Lindegaard joins, his time is spent on the sidelines as a substitute player.
On January of 2016, Lindegaard completed his move from West Bromwich Albion to Preston North End and one of the main reasons of why the 32 year old player opted to make this transfer was to get more time in the actual pitch.
Simon Grayson has denied that Preston North End is going to offer Robby Keane the same kind of salary that he was getting every week back in the United States.
As per Grayson, the only thing for which Keane can think of coming to Preston is that he will get to play some quality Football here in the English second tier.
Retired Liverpool skipper, Jamie Carragher says he would go for Spanish no. 1 David De Gea if given the opportunity to sign a goalie for the Reds.
Reacting to Liverpool’s abject collapse against Bournemouth on Sunday – from being 3-1 up to losing 4-3 within the final fifteen minutes – the former skipper feels although his beloved team’s problems are multi-faceted, current keeper Lloris Karius shares a huge junk of the blame.
Anders Lindegaard used to perform with Manchester United from 2010 until 2015 but he could never truly make an impact as he was mostly sitting on the sidelines as a substitute player with the former coach of Manchester United, Louis van Gaal preferring to utilize the services of Victor Valdes and Sergio Romero during that period of time.
The heavy 5-0 loss against Brentford in the league forced manager Simon Grayson to act decisively and make some key changes for the last two games against AFC Bournemouth and Wigan Athletic.
Former Manchester United player Anders Lindegaard condemned the signing of former Juventus player Paul Pogba, saying that the club was now run differently.
Pogba signed a five-year deal after his world record move from the Turin-based side to Old Trafford for £89 million. The 23-year old left United four years back when he couldn’t agree with the management over playing time and wages.
Anders Lindegaard joined West Bromwich Albion on August of 2015 on a free deal but the Danish shot-stopper has failed to make an impact with the Premier League club as he has had to settle with a place on the sidelines.
Boaz Myhill and Ben Forster are the main goal-keepers of West Bromwich Albion and Anders Lindegaard just can’t seem to get playing time ahead of those players.
Anders Lindegaard could be on his way out of the club this summer despite having a year left on his contract with the Baggies.
West Bromwich Albion feel Anders Lindegaard is surplus to requirement at The Hawthorns and with Ben Foster returning from his long term knee injury, the club is likely to offload the goal stopper this summer.
Anders Lindegaard is a 32 year old goal-keeper whose last club which he performed with was the League Championship side Preston North End.
The veteran player signed a loan deal with the English club that extended until the end of the 2015-16 season and considering that the season is just about over, the future of Lindegaard is starting to appear unclear.
Preston North End manager, Simon Grayson will wait until the last minute before announcing the team that will face Burnley in the derby game.
Anders Lindegaard suffered an injury in the match against Birmingham and was withdrawn at half-time. He will have to face a late fitness test to determine whether he is able to take his place on the field. Alternatively, he might be replaced by Chris Kirkland.
MarnickVermijl is another player that is uncertain for the game against Burnley and might be replaced by the returning Calum Woods.