Anderson has spoken out to calm worries following his dangerous car accident. It emerged that after clubbing until the small hours in Portugal, Anderson drove his car in to a wall after he lost control.
“I am very lucky because the accident was serious,” said Anderson. “I knew the road well. But the car lost control at a curve and we crashed against a wall. I remember people coming to help, which I am very grateful for. I just want to tell United fans I am fine and I will continue my rehabilitation so I can help the team. I’ve had lots of calls and have assured my friends not to worry, but it was a very big scare for me.”
He’s fine? I assume he hasn’t met up with Sir Alex yet then.
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