Open the life of a footballer who used to win the World Cup with Foden but now works in the office.

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Reveal the life-changing life of former Manchester City star, who won the World Cup with Blues star Phil Foden, now playing for a semi-professional club and working in the finance office.

  Life could have been very different for former Manchester City goalkeeper Curtis Anderson. The 22 -year-old goalkeeper won the Under-17 World Cup with England. In 2017, joining a cohort of talented players including Phil Foden, Conor Gallagher and Mark Guehi , he is now a semi-professional footballer working in the สมัคร ufabet office.

Open the life of a footballer who used to win the World Cup with Foden but now works in the office.

         Anderson began his youth career at Blackpool and shone so brightly that the Blues paid £15,000 to sign him at the age of 11 in 2012. However, Despite impressing enough to become City’s third-choice goalkeeper at one point, Anderson was unable to squeeze into the first team and opted to walk away. The club dropped out during the final year of his contract to seek playing opportunities.

         He did so with the prospect of signing for Blackburn Rovers during the January transfer window. But the transfer never actually happened. “I was a kid and thought I knew everything. I was like, no! I had to go and play,” he told The Times. “Clearly Blackburn was there, why not train, stay and get the money. How about going to Blackburn at the end of the season? Nobody told me to do that.”

   Anderson ended up signing with Charlotte Independence. The American second division team before eventually moving to Wycombe Wanderers in 2020. However, once again, Anderson was unable to make a first-team appearance for his parent club. He spent two years on loan at non-league clubs Walton Casuals and Eastbourne Borough. He was released by Wycombe in 2022 and then spent a season with Lancaster City in Division Seven He currently plays for Bootle FC, a Northern Premier League Division One West club, and is pursuing a career in finance.

         “My financial interest came from staying at Man City, signing a professional [contract] and then two years later there was no money,” he added. “When I look back I wonder what I spent my money on.” “I really don’t know. I have an apartment, a car and a Rolex watch. thinking that would be the worst thing I could buy. And it’s the best thing I could buy. That is the only thing I can sell now for more than I bought.”