I’ve just arrived home after the game in Blackburn, where we have reached the FA Cup quarter-finals. It was a tricky game, but thanks to those two nice goals from Marcus and Zlatan we have made it to the next round of this competition where we are the defending champions.
We’re heading into mid-February and into the most decisive part of the season, when you can start to foresee whether a certain team is likely to get to their goals or not. In our case, I feel that the team is approaching the last few months of the season on the same wavelength.
First of all, I’d like to remind you that this Monday, 6th of February, is a special date. It marks the 59th anniversary of the Munich Air Disaster, which claimed the lives of 23 members of the Manchester United expedition on their way back after a European Cup game.
The last few days have been very emotional. The week with both Cups is over and it’s been very positive for us. We started with a defeat than ended our streak of undefeated games, although we were able to eliminate Hull and make it to the EFL Cup final. The game was really tough.
We’re starting a special week. A different one, for we have two games but none of them is a Premier League fixture. We have the EFL Cup first, and then the FA Cup. Two different challenges that we face with the same goal in our minds: winning both of them.
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