This is the blog’s last entry of the year so first of all, before I forget, I would like to thank you for all your support, for your comments and for being always there, and of course, I wish you a happy 2015!
Christmas is here. Since I was a kid I’ve always loved this time of the year… And I still do, even if the way I spend Christmas since I came to England is different. As you know there is no break in the Premier League -this is the busiest month of the season, actually- so it’s a very important period of the year when you can win -or lose- a lot of points in just a few days.
To tell the truth, this is not the usual blog entry. I got home a while ago and I still keep a smile on my face. This Sunday in Old Trafford has been a day to remember. For Manchester United, the games against Liverpool are always special.
Once again I’m writing to you from my hotel room because, as you know, we play in Southampton this Monday. Our position in the Premiership table is now better after defeating Stoke in Old Trafford last Tuesday.
I’m writing these lines right before going to bed. This weekend has been spectacular at the beginning, but very sad at the end due to issues unrelated to sport. On Saturday we won the first of two consecutive games in Old Trafford in just four days.