A win to cure the disappointment

I know that you are very disappointed after yesterday’s game. We do feel the same and I’m still sad as I write this, but the only thing we can do is to stick together and look ahead. For a team like us such a big score is not easy to take, but we have to put it aside to face the next games.

I feel proud

Today, as the title above says, I feel proud. I’m going to tell you why, but as you can imagine this has been a special weekend for me.
When we were leaving Stamford Bridge, to catch the train and go back to Manchester, I had mixed feelings.

Outstanding atmosphere at the Theatre of Dreams

As I write this I’m still full of adrenaline after our win in the derby. Beating your Manchester rival and, on top of that, being able to score in front of your crowd is a truly amazing feeling, especially because we stretch our good moment and we keep adding points.

In good form before the derby

I’m writing to you after a weekend full of good feelings. As you know, the Premier League, and all the European leagues, resumed after the international break and I was eager to play again after the good vibes we had in Anfield. It was on Saturday, and it was a great day in Old Trafford.

An exciting month of April

As you can imagine, this has been a quiet week due to the international break. We have had some training sessions to maintain our physical level during these days, also with an eye on our next game at home against Aston Villa.

A double joy

This is one of those days when there is no need for words. As you know, it’s been more than two years since I write this weekly blog and I enjoy it a lot, but sometimes I find it difficult to choose the right sentences to express how I feel. Well, this is one of those times.