As Anders Lindegaards contract with Burnley expires in the summer, it was in the cards that the former Manchester United player would return home to Denmark after a number of years in England, and to this day live 35-year-old Lindegaard, also in Copenhagen, Rasmus Seebachs former residence in Frederiksberg.
But he plays football in Sweden for Helsingborgs IF.
Before the switch to the Swedish traditionsklub there were many speculations about Anders Lindegaards future, and part prophecies sent him home to barndomsklubben OB, who had just said goodbye to the Stone Grytebust.
How it went-as you know, and OB has now one of Denmark's most promising goalkeepers in the Oliver Christensen between the bars.
- I'm megaglad that I went back to the OB. First, I would not be able to live with the fact that a young kid pushed me out of the team, and secondly I would not be able to live with the fact that I had to keep a young kid like him out of the team in the OB, if it was how it had gone with Anders Lindegaard for the Advice and continues:
- It is absolutely the right, OB has done. The resources at mit to see a local guy who is doing so well. I have the deepest respect for both the club and for him. And so it was never any question that I had there. I never spoke with the OB.
- I have an idea that you do not need to return to the places you have been, and that meant a lot to one. And OB will always be my hjerteklub in Denmark. I was a part of for over 20 years, until I was signed out.
You can read the great interview with an honest and reflective Anders Lindegaard in the Advice, which is on the street today, Friday. Purchasing Advice together with Extra Magazine.
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