Flop Anderson Retires From International Football



Media reports revealed that former Manchester United midfielder Flop Anderson has retired from playing football.


It was recalled that the Brazilian moved to Turkey in 2018 but has apparently made his intention known about playing on this season at the age of just 31.
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According to Turkish club side "Adana Demirspor's chairman Murat Sancak, Flop Anderson will remain with the club in an off-field position and has taken a significant pay cut in the process.


"Anderson spent the camp period very well, but was not involved in squad planning. Anderson got a job, he went to work and decided to quit football," Sancak told Radyospor.



"Flop Anderson reduced his contract which was €600,000 for this season to €200,000. Anderson will continue to work at our club. I think it will be especially effective in our foreign relations."


The Turkish club Adana Demirspor further revealed their plan to hold a testimonial match for Flop Anderson on October 12 against Turkish giants Besiktas as football community bids farewell to a player that fell well short of his potential.
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