Former Manchester United player Anderson earns his place at Internacional after a difficult first year
Brazilian midfielder Anderson, formerly of Premier League side Manchester United, doesn't see an intimacy with the Internacional supporters, despite his good performances on the pitch.
Anderson is no longer booed by the fans, and is currently going through a good period, but he answered honestly after Internacional's 3-0 victory over São Paulo-RS on Sunday. Anderson, who was one of the highlights of the game, started the move for the second goal of his team, and provided the assist for Aylon. Anderson said: "No 'honeymoon' with anyone, I'm not married. I've always done my work, and I knew the first year would be difficult because I've played at Grêmio. And they've said I'm one of the highest-paid players at the club. The pressure will always exist, but my head has been calm. It's not every fan, there are two or three... football has that."
Anderson was booed, he saw the crowd protest, calling for his departure from the club, fell out with a supporter in social networks, but has recovered on the field and is now starter in the team led by Argel Fucks.