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Anderson Attack! is the ultimate fan site for the young Brazillian football star Anderson Luis De Abreu Oliveira, best known as Anderson. He signed for Manchester United in 2007 for a reported fee of £17 million.

His playing position is primarily attacking midfield, but he can play several midfield roles. He has been selected a few times for the Brazilian national team.

Anderson’s hopes of staying at Old Trafford after the summer depend on his performances this spring, with Sir Alex Ferguson reportedly ready to bring in a new midfielder should the Brazilian fail to impress over the remainder of the season.

In December he confirmed he would not be leaving Old Trafford and after three decent starts in January there was genuine hope the 24-year-old was finally going to earn regular games under Ferguson.
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Anderson’s future at Manchester United may be at risk this month, for the club are reportedly chasing a number of players, some of which are currently in the Africa Cup of Nations this winter. [read the full story]

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Since joining Manchester United in 2007 Anderson has failed to hold down a starting position in the team and of course this has led to speculation that he may leave United. [read the full story]

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We can all admit Anderson has had a frustrating time this season after seeing Tom Cleverley, Michael Carrick and new signing Shinji Kagawa all take his place at some stage in the Manchester United side – leaving the midfielder on the bench to make just a handful of appearances.
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Manchester United playmaker, Anderson, has insisted that he is going into the new Premier League season fully fit and ready to fulfil his potential at Old Trafford.
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Brazilian midfielder, Anderson, is aware just how important this season will be in his Manchester United career, after a tough 12 months.
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While Anderson is sitting on the sidelines at the moment with an injury that is set to rule him out for the rest of the season, Manchester United veteran Paul Scholes has slotted into the centre of midfield like he has never been away.
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Sir Alex Ferguson said his side’s two late goals to beat Blackburn Rovers at Ewood Park “typified the history” of Manchester United.
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Manchester United midfielder Anderson has been ruled out of action until February with his knee injury.
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