Lindegaard on new season

Former Manchester United goalkeeper Anders Lindegaard believes that Manchester United can challenge for the title next season.


He feels that Jose Mourinho knows his best team and that he will be looking to strengthen over the summer.

CARRAGHER PICKS DE GEA AHEAD OF COURTOIS

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.

What will happen with Anders Lindegaard?

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.

Anders Lindegaard will face late fitness test for the match against Burnley

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Anders Lindegaard suffered an injury in the match against Birmingham and was withdrawn at half-time.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.

Anders Lindegaard makes decisive saves to earn draw

Anders Lindegaard makes a decisive save to deny Queens Park Rangers midfielder Chery from putting his side 2-0 up in the latest clash on Saturday.

Rangers was leading 1-0 at that time and with only 7 minutes left to play, it would have been match won for them if they have scored. Lindegaard produced a magnificent save to stop Chery who was clear on goal.

In the closing minute of the game, Greg Cunningham managed to find room down the left, crossed into the box to find Eoin Doyle who scored from 12 yards into the bottom corner to earn Preston North End a well-deserved draw.