A little bit closer

April is coming to an end, and so is this season. It’s still soon to make an analysis of the year, but after games like this Sunday’s at Old Trafford you can’t help thinking that there are only four more games to play and that the end of the season is very close. We want to finish in the best possible way.

Four games and… back to Wembley!

Two wins in the same week, including the ticket to the FA Cup final, have been a boost of confident for the team in order to face with optimism the last five games: two games at home, two more away and the visit to Wembley to close the season.

No excuses, a disappointing week

I know that you don’t want to read anything after a defeat like this one, that any comments made after the game sound like hollow words. I’m not trying to explain anything here, or to make an excuse, I just want to keep this weekly meeting with you.

A derby to go down in history

Today I’m writing to you at the end of a Sunday in which the impact of the Manchester derby has not faded out yet. The people you meet are talking about the game, and almost every conversation is about last Saturday’s comeback.

The best possible restart after the break

We went back to the Premier League after the international break, and we did it at the place we like the most, Old Trafford, and in a way that we also like. The victory against Swansea was important because we got the three points and we clearly deserved to win.

Nine finals (hopefully ten)

Today I’m writing from Spain, at the end of a different week due to the international break. I have spent some time seeing friends in very different places. This is the last break until the end of the season.