F.ormer United manchester player Raphael publishes a joint autobiography with his twin brother Fabio and has spoken in depth about his former partner Anderson.
Besides arguing Andersonproblems with your weight, Raphael He praised the Brazilian compatriot’s skill and stated that he could have been one of the best in the game.
“We could be in the team coach and pass the services on the highway and Anderson impulsively jumped up and yelled ‘McDonald’s, McDonald’s’ “, Raphael revealed in The Sunshine Kids: Fabio and Rafael Da Silva, due out later this year.
“The guy was crazy, but I love him. Give him a soccer ball and he’ll play free and sometimes if he’s got a good streak of games, he could play just as well as any player in the league. Not only that, but, when He played well, we played brilliant football.
“He suffered a lot of major injuries and then his problems eating the way he did began to affect him. It was no coincidence that his best form came when he had a lot of games because that was when he couldn’t eat that much.
“I want to say something about Anderson. If he had been a professional footballer, he could have been the best in the world. I’m saying this was all serious. I don’t know if he ever took anything seriously. He just loved life in such an easy and casual way.
“In a way that was a quality. It was what made him so popular and one of the most popular players in the club. But, he just ate whatever was put in front of him.”