Anders Lindegaard Profile
Anders Rozenkrantz Lindegaard, born Odense, Denmark, April 13, 1984. Born and brought up in the home town of Hans Christian Andersen, Anders Lindegaard started out at local side Odense Boldklub before he moved on to Norwegian club Aalesund where he won the Norwegian Football Cup in 2009. An agile and confident netminder, Lindegaard joined Manchester United for a transfer fee of around £3,5 million on the 27th of November 2010.
Anders Lindegaard made his first competitive appearance for Manchester United in a 2–1 triumph against ambitious Football League One club Southampton at St Mary´s in the FA Cup Fourth Round on the 29th of January 2011. After a period of settling down at United, he went on to make his first UEFA Champions League start for The Manchester Reds in a hard fought 1-1 group stage draw with Portuguese Premier League giants Benfica at the Stadium of Light in Lisbon the 14th of September 2011. Following 19 Premier League appearances for Manchester United, Lindegaard joined fellow Premiership club West Bromwich Albion on a free transfer on the 31st of August 2015, signing a two-year deal with The Baggies. A Denmark player, the acrobatic shot stopper appeared for The Danish Dynamites on five occasions after being given his international senior debut for his country by Morten Olsen in a 1-0 European Championship Qualifying win over Iceland at Parken Stadium in Copenhagen on the 7th of September 2010. Lindegaard also represented his nation at Under-19 and Under-20 levels. Anders Lindegaard Playing Career: Odense Boldklub, Kolding, Aalesund, Manchester United, West Bromwich Albion, Preston North End, Burnley. Managing Career: None.