Anderson's manager plays down retirement talk: "He still wants that third World Championship"
Gary Anderson has spoke several times in recent years about retirement from darts but according to his manager, that will not happen at least in the short term.
Tommy Gilmour, head of Dunvegan Enterprises and manager of Anderson believes he still has that desire to win more titles including a third World Championship.
“He’s still got the same Gary in him. When he talks to the media he says ‘I’m going to retire’. Then I’m sitting writing contracts up for him for the next five years," said Gilmour to Darts World.
“He’s happy, he’s more contented with the fishing, with the kids growing up. I think he’s enjoying these five-day championships. Going to work for five shifts all in the one go.
“He liked the last Summer Series and the same for the Autumn Series in Germany. He’s just Gary. He’s too young and got too much to offer. He’s mellow but he’s still got that bite, he still wants that third World Championship which he’s more than capable of."