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Ulster 9 Northampton 10: Saints blow group wide open with tight win at Ravenhill

Ulster 9 Northampton 10: Van the man seals
Saints' stirring win

PUBLISHED:

21:22 GMT, 15 December 2012

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UPDATED:

21:42 GMT, 15 December 2012

Northampton Saints produced a stirring defensive display to end Ulster's four-year unbeaten run at Ravenhill.

Northampton No 8 GJ Van Velze scored the game's only try as Jim Mallinder's side recovered from last week's humbling defeat to blow Pool Four wide open.

Not since 2008 had Ulster lost a European tie in Belfast but Ruan Pienaar missed a late winner as Saints held on. Northampton were facing the embarrassment of a second season without reaching the quarter-finals of Europe's elite competition.

Ben Foden of Northampton takes on Paddy Jackson

Breaking free: Northamton's Ben Foden in action with Ulster's Paddy Jackson

Against last year's finalists,
unbeaten so far this season, Northampton threw everything into a
predictably physical opening and their abrasiveness and aggression saw
fly-half Stephen Myler land an early penalty.

With so many South Africans in
Ulster's ranks, it was little surprise that Saints No 8 Van Velze felt
as though he was at a home from home.

And the forward swatted aside Andrew
Trimble to touch down in the corner on 18 minutes. Myler added the
conversion to open a 10-0 lead that, in such a closely contested tie,
could prove decisive.

 Tom Court of Ulster is tackled by Lee Dickson

Crashing down: Saints pummeled the Ulster line after last week's embarrassing defeat

Against last year's finalists,
unbeaten so far this season, Northampton threw everything into a
predictably physical opening and their abrasiveness and aggression saw
fly-half Stephen Myler land an early penalty.

With so many South Africans in
Ulster's ranks, it was little surprise that Saints No 8 Van Velze felt
as though he was at a home from home.

And the forward swatted aside Andrew
Trimble to touch down in the corner on 18 minutes. Myler added the
conversion to open a 10-0 lead that, in such a closely contested tie,
could prove decisive.

Having been humbled at home last
week by the RaboDirect Pro12 leaders, Saints restricted Ulster
effectively and it was not until 31 minutes that Paddy Jackson finally
got on the scoreboard with his first penalty.

Northampton's Dylan Hartley (2nd L), Paul Doran Jones and Alex Waller (R) look dejected with team mates

Hard fought win: Northampton's Dylan Hartley (2nd left), Paul Doran Jones and Alex Waller (right)

Ulster's New Zealander Nick Williams
used his huge frame to break the visitors' line twice but lacked the
pace to finish and Ulster showed niether the patience nor the accuracy
to take advantage.

Jackson landed a second penalty and the Ulster fly-half's third kick drew the home side to within a point.

Saints centre Tom May fumbled a golden scoring chance when he failed to collect a delicate kick by Myler.

However, Ulster also had chances as Williams was held short and Rory Best and Craig Gilroy went close.

Even when Ulster looked certain to score after Myler's drop-goal was charged down, the Saints defence somehow survived.

Paddy Wallace broke clear and when he
passed to rising Ireland star Gilroy, a try appeared innevitable only
for Jamie Elliott to snuff out the danger.

The Saints wing came up trumps again
three minutes from time to deny Tommy Bowe, who was carried off with a
serious knee injury. The delay may have distracted Pienaar, who pushed
his penalty wide.

Carl Frampton to fight Kiko Martinez in Belfast on February 9

Frampton out to finally nail down rival Martinez at the third time of asking

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UPDATED:

14:33 GMT, 12 December 2012

Hands up: Carl Frampton will bid to beat Kiko Martinez in Belfast on February 9

Hands up: Carl Frampton will bid to beat Kiko Martinez in Belfast on February 9

Carl Frampton will hope to make it third time lucky when he takes on European super-bantamweight champion Kiko Martinez in Belfast on February 9.

The Northern Irishman has twice seen a clash with the Spaniard called off, most recently in September when Frampton instead stopped Canadian Steve Molitor inside six rounds.

The 25-year-old is unbeaten in 15 fights and will also put his Commonwealth title on the line at the Odyssey Arena.

'He's pulled out on me twice so I
have a score to settle with him there,' said Frampton. 'It’'s a great
fight for the fans and one that I have craved for a long time. I had too
much for Steve Molitor and he was a step-up, so I am confident I can
beat Kiko and do so in style.

'Martinez
pulling out in September was a blessing in disguise really as I have
been able to mature and learn even more and on February in front of
another packed crowd at home, I’m looking to make another statement
ahead at the start of a big year.'

Martinez has not fought since July but is now working with middleweight world champion Sergio Martinez's promotional company.

And the 26-year-old intends to silence the home crowd and halt Frampton's planned march towards world honours.

'I
do not read much into Carl beating Molitor as he took the fight at late
notice and that’s his only fight of 2012,' he said. 'I will beat him by
KO – there’s no alternative outcome.

'It
is not my fault that we have not been able to do this fight so far.
There have been many circumstances around that but I know that the
Belfast fans will come out and support Carl as always and it will be an
electric atmosphere.'

Frampton’s
manager Barry McGuigan added: 'We’re pleased this fight is going to
happen. I’ve always said that Kiko is a danger from first bell to last
and I believe it’s a harder fight than Molitor. Styles make fights and
this one is going to be a barn-burner, and the team is confident that
Carl will win, and win in style.'

Meanwhile,
Martin Lindsay will lock horns with Lee Selby on the undercard for the
British and Commonwealth featherweight titles, a fight which was also
originally scheduled for September before Selby fell ill.

Craig Peacock needs 29 stitches in clash between Belfast Giants and Fife Flyers

Can we get some ice on that Ice hockey star shows off horror cut that needed 29 stitches after rival's skate sliced his face

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UPDATED:

11:40 GMT, 11 December 2012

A British ice hockey star has made a miraculous recovery after suffering a gruesome facial injury when he took an ice-skate blade to the face in a competitive match on Saturday.

The 24-year-old Belfast forward Craig Peacock was left with blood pouring from his lip on to the ice in the clash between the Belfast Giants and Fife Flyers, which Fife won 4-1.

Peacock had to be helped off the ice with a gash under his nose after catching the skate of Fife player Bobby Chaumont.

Craig Peacock tweets a picture of hi stitches after colliding with Bobby Chaumont's skate

Healing wound: The 24-year-old needed 29 stitches to his face to repair the damage

Craig Peacock suffers a severe gash on his face

Lip service: The Belfast Giants star collided with the bottom of Bobby Chaumont's skate and it opened a gaping wound under his nose

Peacock had been racing with Chaumont for the puck, but the young forward’s momentum forced the Fife man over the boards around the edge of the rink.

As Chaumont’s feet were sent into the air, the bottom of his skate connected with Peacock’s face, leaving a deep cut just above his lip.

The young forward recovered quickly, despite needing 29 stitches to patch up the gruesome wound, and said that he expects to be playing with the Giants again by Friday night.

Craig Peacock on the ice for the Belfast Giants

It's the forward's fourth season playing with the Belfast Giants, after having won the English Premier League Cup with the Peterborough Phantoms

The 24-year-old said that he had no idea how serious the injury was until he made it back to the changing rooms, as he had broken his nose earlier in the week and assumed it was bleeding again.

‘When I got back into the locker room I looked in the mirror and it was a bit of a shock to see the cut,’ he said.

The Belfast star admitted that it could have been a lot worse had the skate caught him in the eye or the neck.

It’s Peacock's fourth season playing for the Giants, and he was selected for Team GB after having excelled in his first season.

Peacock recently helped the national
squad top their pre-qualifying group for the 2014 Sochi Olympics as he
scored the first goal in a 2-1 victory over Japan.

He tasted success with the Peterborough Phantoms prior to joining the Giants, winning the English Premier League Cup and the League Championship.

In 2009 he was also awarded the prize for the most points scored by a player in the English Premier Ice Hockey League.

PEACOCK TWEETS HIS RECOVERY

The high-scoring forward has been recovering well from the ordeal, tweeting regular updates of his condition.

Craig Peacock tweets his recovery

He praised the doctor, tweeting 'Doc did a great job…29 stitches later and I'm ok!' along with a picture of his swollen face.

Craig Peacock tweets a picture of his swollen face after ice rink collision

Later he teased fans, tweeting 'Anyone got the stomach to see a before pic' before adding the picture, warning supporters not to look if they had a weak stomach.

Later he joked 'Chicks dig scars right'

Rival Bobby Chaumont also joined the Twitter conversation, tweeting 'Hey man feel terrible about tonight..Hope everything is good..ps..great hit!

There were no hard feelings though, as Peacock replied 'no worries mate, freak accident, just one of them things! Last time I try to put you over the boards tho haha!'

The Fife Flyers team also tweeted their concern, saying 'Would like to wish @peaks71 well after a nasty looking injury. The results were not nice look. Hope you're ok Craig.'

The next morning he seemed to be feeling the injury a little more, tweeting 'Once again thank you all for your messages and wishes! Feeling a bit tender this morning but im doing alright!'

Craig Peacock tweets about his recovery from a horror ice hockey injury

Craig Peacock joins the Belfast Giants in wishing fans a Merry Christmas

Northern Ireland v Azerbaijan: Michael O"Neill plays down Berti Vogts" claim

Northern Ireland boss O'Neill won't fall for Vogts' mind games ahead of Azerbaijan test

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UPDATED:

23:45 GMT, 13 November 2012

Mind games: O'Neill is nonplussed by Vogts' claim

Mind games: O'Neill is nonplussed by Vogts' claim

Berti Vogts' ill-fated Scotland reign was hardly renowned for its lighter moments, but he had Northern Ireland manager Michael O'Neill smiling broadly ahead of Wednesday night's World Cup qualifier at Windsor Park.

Axed by Scotland with their 2006 campaign in disarray, Vogts is back in business with Azerbaijan and busy applying his unorthodox methods to putting Northern Ireland on the back foot.

Despite O'Neill's team being only one
point ahead of Azerbaijan and Luxembourg near the foot of Group F, Vogts
portrayed them as world-beaters at his Belfast team hotel, as he said:
'They will be very confident after winning that point in their last game
in Portugal, and I would like to congratulate them on an excellent
draw. We have watched video tapes, and my players have got to know their
opponents. Some of them have gone a little quiet, because they have
seen the teams the Northern Ireland players represent. That tells us the
quality we are up against.'

O'Neill was less convinced Azerbaijan's players will be gripped with fear and nonplussed by Vogts' claim that seven injured players will be missing from their starting line-up.

'They didn't have a game on Saturday, so I'm not sure what they have been up to in training,' he said.

'I expect them to get men behind the ball, but I'm also sure they will fancy their chances of taking all three points.

'They wanted this game on a date when most countries are playing friendlies, and that tells me they knew they would get the preparation time needed and thought there would be a real chance of winning. We will have to be on our guard for that.'

Tyson Fury to fight Kevin Johnson

Unbeaten Fury to face heavyweight test against 'Kingpin' Johnson in Belfast

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UPDATED:

14:51 GMT, 12 November 2012

Tyson Fury will take another step towards challenging for a world title when he tackles American Kevin Johnson in Belfast on December 1.

Johnson went the distance with WBC world heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko three years ago with his only other defeat coming in the Prizefighter tournament earlier this year.

Unbeaten Fury had hoped to fight Denis Boytsov next month but the Russian withdrew, explaining he needed more time to prepare.

True test: Tyson Fury (left) will face Kevin Johnson in Belfast

True test: Tyson Fury (left) will face Kevin Johnson in Belfast

'Johnson is just the kind of opponent that I want at this stage of my career,' Fury said. 'We needed a world class fighter and we have got one and when I take him apart the world will sit up and take notice.

'I’m not going around getting opponents out of graveyards, fighting guys well past their best like some other heavyweights in Britain, I’m taking on Kevin Johnson who has fought for a major world title and been the distance with Vitali Klitschko.

'I am getting closer to a shot at Klitschko myself and I’m going to show Vitali why he has to fight me because when I do a number on Johnson and get him out of there I’ll have done a better job than Vitali did on him.

'I’m really looking forward to fighting again in Belfast, the support I get there is great and to bring such a big fight there is terrific for the fans. Johnson is going to be tough, he’s a hard man but I’ll be in the best shape of my life. The fans can expect fireworks, that’s for sure.'

Challenge: Johnson went the distance with Vitali Klitschko in 2009

Challenge: Johnson went the distance with Vitali Klitschko in 2009

Promoter Mick Hennessy says Johnson is going to be the perfect world class test for Fury at this stage of his career.

'Kevin Johnson has been there and done it and he wants another shot at the world title and he sees Tyson as the route to that, that’s why he has taken the fight,' commented Hennessy.

'He’s a very dangerous opponent, he’s a clever boxer, he’s never been stopped and he can punch so Tyson has his work cut out. But I believe that Tyson is the best heavyweight in the world and he’ll show that again with the way he takes care of Johnson.

'Johnson has been asking for this fight for a long time and we have granted his wish unlike a lot of other fighters who have avoided him as he is a very dangerous fighter over 12 rounds.'

On the up: Tyson Fury

On the up: Tyson Fury

Former world heavyweight title challenger Johnson is coming to Belfast full of confidence with his sights set on railroading Fury’s world title aspirations.

'I'm excited about the opportunity to step into the ring with Tyson Fury on December 1, in Belfast,' he said. 'It's a fight that I've been looking to make for a long time. It's going to be the best American fighter against the best fighter in the UK.

'I give Tyson all the credit in the world for stepping up to the plate and taking the fight. This is the biggest fight of my career since my world title fight against Vitali Klitschko in 2009 and I look forward to giving the fans what they deserve, an action packed, explosive and exciting fight.

'Tyson is a helluva fighter but he's never seen anything like the 'Kingpin' up close and personal. I'm on a mission to claim the heavyweight title and Tyson Fury is in my way.

'I'm not Derek Chisora or Neven Pajkic. I'm the real deal and Tyson will find that out on December 1. Don't blink, its going to be a short night.'

Tyson Fury fight with Denis Boytsov on December 1 OFF

Fury for heavyweight star Fury as Boytsov pulls out of December's eliminator

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19:08 GMT, 5 November 2012

Tyson Fury is on the lookout for a new opponent after Denis Boytsov withdrew from their WBC heavyweight title eliminator on December 1.

The Russian was expected to represent a step up in class for Fury having won all 31 of his fights with 25 finishing inside the distance.

On the lookout: Tyson Fury must now find a new opponent for December 1

On the lookout: Tyson Fury must now find a new opponent for December 1

But Fury’s uncle and trainer Peter Fury confirmed on Monday night that Boytsov has withdrawn from the Belfast fight, though there remains a possibility the pair could clash in February.

Peter Fury tweeted: 'I'm sorry to announce Boytsov is out. We looking to reschedule the fight for mid feb. Boytsov said he needs more time to prepare for Tyson.'

He added: 'We are now on with another opponent for Dec 1st. That's all I know for now.'

Manchester City have it all to prove against Dortmund, says Graham Taylor

City have it all to prove as they prepare to host German giants Dortmund, says former England boss Taylor

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18:35 GMT, 29 September 2012

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UPDATED:

18:35 GMT, 29 September 2012

The champions of England will host the champions of Germany on Wednesday as Manchester City attempt to secure a result that will put them on the road to the knockout stages of the Champions League.

Roberto Mancini's City are unbeaten in 15 matches in European competition at Eastlands and host Group D rivals Borussia Dortmund knowing now is not the time to see that record ended.

The thrilling, if ultimately heartbreaking, result against Real Madrid means that City need to win against the Germans – a draw is probably not good enough as it would hand Dortmund a significant advantage in the group after their win over Ajax.

A lot to learn: Graham Taylor believes the likes of Mario Balotelli need to prove their worth

A lot to learn: Graham Taylor believes the likes of Mario Balotelli need to prove their worth

City should be buoyed by the knowledge that Dortmund have struggled away from home this season while the Etihad Stadium continues to be the bedrock of their campaigns.

For some, such as former England, Aston Villa and Watford manager Graham Taylor, this season is also an important one for City to demonstrate that they can turn their riches into season-on-season success – and he argues that they have not done so yet.

Taylor, speaking at the launch of a new partnership between the Irish FA and Precision Training in Belfast, said: 'My feeling about City is yes they won the Premier League but I don't see them yet as a real settled unit.

'They have good, capable players but I don't see them as a Manchester United-type of team capable of winning a trophy every season.

'They have some way to go before they can say they are the number one club in Manchester, never mind the country.'

The clubs have never met before, but Dortmund have played in Manchester – including their first European away match at City's old Maine Road stadium against Manchester United in the 1956/57 season.

Hosts: Manchester City will welcome Borussia Dortmund to the Etihad

Hosts: Manchester City will welcome Borussia Dortmund to the Etihad

Limited success: Roberto Mancini has had little to celebrate in previous Champions League campaigns

Limited success: Roberto Mancini has had little to celebrate in previous Champions League campaigns

Dortmund have not enjoyed good fortune in England recently however – they were defeated 2-1 at Arsenal last season, when they lost all three away fixtures in the group stage, and have also lost their last three games in England.

City will certainly need to improve defensively – the best defence for the last two seasons has yet to keep a clean sheet in this campaign and Mancini has expressed concern at their vulnerability from set-pieces.

City keeper Joe Hart accepts that needs to change, saying: 'We keep getting into positions where we can win and we need to win to do what we want to do, so we have to keep clean sheets – that includes me and the whole team.'

The opposition: Neven Subotic (centre) and his Dortmund side will face manchester City on Wednesday

The opposition: Neven Subotic (centre) and his Dortmund side will face manchester City on Wednesday

Carl Frampton wants win over Steve Molitor

I can cut it at the top! Frampton wants win over Molitor to earn chance at world title shot

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21:59 GMT, 20 September 2012

Carl Frampton believes victory over Canadian Steve Molitor on Saturday will put him in line for a world title shot.

The 25-year-old returns to Belfast to face the former two-time world champion in what both men have billed as a make-or-break fight.

And Frampton, who defends his Commonwealth and IBF Inter-Continental super bantamweight titles, plans to make a statement of intent.

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Ready to step up: Carl Frampton is hoping to earn a world title shot

Ready to step up: Carl Frampton is hoping to earn a world title shot

'He’s been where I want to get to but he’s had his time at the top, now it’s my turn,' he said. 'Beating a world class fighter like Steve Molitor puts me high in the rankings and in the running for a world title shot.

'This is a massive fight for me, I know that I am leaping up the levels to face Molitor but I believe I have more than enough to cope with him and this is the right time for me to prove I can cut it at the top.

'You want big names on your slate and he is definitely a big name. It’s going to be a lot better beating a guy like him than it was beating Prosper Ankrah.

Fighting fit: Frampton believes he is ready to step up a level

Fighting fit: Frampton believes he is ready to step up a level

Fighting fit: Frampton believes he is ready to step up a level

'It’s going to make people stand up and take notice. This is a 50-50 fight. People forget I’ve only had 15 fights.'

Meanwhile, Molitor, 32, admitted he will consider hanging up his gloves if he tastes defeat for a third time in his career.

'If I want to be a three-time world champion then I have to beat this kid,' he said. 'I have been out of the ring enjoying my life for ten months or so and on Saturday night you will see a new hungry Steve Molitor.

'If I cannot beat Carl then I will have to think about hanging them up as I will be saying that I cannot compete at world level now and as a two-time world champ I am used to that.'

Nice motto: Frampton his hoping is strict training regime will carry him through his fight on Saturday

Nice motto: Frampton his hoping is strict training regime will carry him through his fight on Saturday

VIDEO: Carl Frampton – Betfair's Judgment Day

Carl Frampton to fight Steve Molitor in Belfast

Frampton to defend belts against Molitor after Martinez suffers injury blow

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UPDATED:

18:53 GMT, 16 August 2012

Carl Frampton will now face Steve Molitor at the Odyssey Arena in Belfast on September 22 after Kiko Martinez withdrew through injury.

The Canadian, a two-time world champion, has stepped in at short notice and will attempt to depose Frampton of his Commonwealth and IBF International super bantamweight titles.

The 32-year-old has promised an explosive night as he bids to make a successful return to these shores.

Change of plan: Carl Frampton will now fight Steve Molitor in Belfast

Change of plan: Carl Frampton will now fight Steve Molitor in Belfast

‘I love fighting across the pond,’ Molitor said. ‘I’m four for four over there and plan on retaining that perfect record.

‘I am excited about fighting Frampton. Although he is not a household name amongst the rest in my division, he is recognised as a future star. Scott Quigg, Kid Galahad, and Carl are all names that are trying to make a name for themselves in the 122lb division, but unfortunately none of them will be making it off the Molitor name.

‘Although I am coming in off of Martinez stepping out, I have been training like a mad man for several months. I am not hungry, I am starving.

‘Stepping up against me as a two-time IBF champion of the world takes balls. I’d like to thank the Irish public in advance for coming out to the show and I have to tell them: “Don’t blink, you’re going to love the fireworks!”’

Frampton’s manager Barry McGuigan believes the Canadian has the potential to be a more dangerous proposition for his hot prospect.

Tough test: Molitor is a two-time world champion at super bantamweight

Tough test: Molitor is a two-time world champion at super bantamweight

‘Steve has boxed at a higher level than Kiko so this is a much tougher fight for Carl – but the kind of fight we want him to be in,’ he said. ‘We could’ve looked further down the list of opponents and taken an easier fight but Carl wants to operate at world level and Molitor is certainly there.

‘Most importantly we’ve replaced one great fight with another so the Belfast fans are still going to see an incredible night of boxing topped by a brilliant main event – one that is possibly even more exciting that the Martinez fight and that’s what the fans deserve to see, Carl fighting a world class operator.’

Frampton and Molitor top a stacked bill with Martin Lindsay challenging Lee Selby for the British and Commonwealth featherweight titles. Paul McCloskey is aiming to get back on track after his defeat to DeMarcus Corley in May while Eamonn O’Kane also features alongside unbeaten Belfast prospects Jamie Conlan and Dee Walsh.

Team GB stars Scotty Cardle, Kal Yafai and Martin Ward all continue their pro education in Belfast.

Euro 2012: Anders Lindegaard a doubt for Denmark

Lindegaard's Euro 2012 place in doubt as Denmark keeper faces race to be fit

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UPDATED:

15:50 GMT, 18 May 2012

Manchester United goalkeeper Anders Lindegaard has been left sweating on his Euro 2012 place after Denmark coach Morten Olsen failed to name a full 23-man squad.

Instead, Olsen selected just 20 players and named only two goalkeepers, leaving Lindegaard to prove his fitness after the ankle injury he sustained at the beginning of February which ruled him out of first-team duties for the remainder of the season.

'We will look at Lindegaard when we have a chance and after that we'll make a decision,' Olsen told reporters at a press conference.

Safe hands: Denmark's Anders Lindegaard hopes to be fit for Euro 2012

Safe hands: Denmark's Anders Lindegaard hopes to be fit for Euro 2012

'However, we must be thorough and have respect for the other players, not bringing ones that are half-injured.'

Lindegaard is hopeful of making it having featured in a couple of reserve team matches at the end of the season and on Tuesday playing in Harry Gregg's testimonial match in Belfast.

And, prior to his departure, Lindegaard said he felt good again.

'I want to represent my country at the Euros,' he told MUTV.

'I will support the team, whether it is from the pitch, in the stands or on TV.

Great Dane: Anders Lindegaard

Great Dane: Anders Lindegaard

'But the last couple of weeks was a target to get fit for that. Now I am at a point where I am fit and I am ready to go.'

This latest concern continues a strange season for Lindegaard.

Although he repeatedly amused with his declaration he had not arrived at Old Trafford from Norwegian side Aalesund 'just to pick my nose]', it did appear he would be condemned to life as a second choice after David de Gea arrived from Atletico Madrid last summer.

However, De Gea's patchy form offered Lindegaard a route into Sir Alex Ferguson's first-team plans and he was on a run of six appearances in seven games before he suffered his injury in training.

'It has been a strange season,' said the 28-year-old.

'On one side I have won a lot of respect. I put my name in people's minds and people take me seriously now.

'If you look at it completely objectively, it has been the best season I ever had even though I only played 10 or 15 games.

'On the same level, it has been very frustrating with the injury and the time out. It is an awkward feeling.'

No 1: David De Gea (right) has impressed since Lindegaard was injured

No 1: David De Gea (right) has impressed since Lindegaard was injured

The spin-off for missing Euro 2012 for Lindegaard would be that he plays a full part in pre-season for United, which may be vital given De Gea is set for an Olympic call-up by Spain.

'Being first choice at Manchester United is something I dreamed of since my first memories,' he said.

'It gives you a feeling of self-confidence and is a feeling only one other Dane has had.

'Having had that feeling also gives me a target to aim for.

'As long as the opportunity is there I will always pursue it. That is the target in my life, to get this feeling back.'