Ready to get back in action

We are coming into a week that represents the start of the final stretch of the season. We have less than two months to finish the campaign in the best possible shape, and we are looking forward to getting back in action against Watford this upcoming Saturday at Old Trafford.

The time is approaching

For the first time in weeks, I have to write after being knocked out of something. It hurts to say that Saturday’s defeat against Wolverhampton was deserved, as it saw us head out of the FA Cup and you all know the hopes that we had riding on this competition.

Optimistic and proud of my team

Today I am writing this from home in Manchester. It is has been another different week, without being able to play, but there are reasons to be optimistic: on Friday I was able to put in some work out on a pitch again, and my recovery is progressing as hoped.

How I celebrated Romelu’s goal

I’m writing this today after one of the strangest weeks that I’ve had, on an individual level, in years. As I told you a week ago, I’m not used to being injured. The week has crawled by without being able to train with my teammates. I’ve been around them each day, of course, as I am going through my recovery at the training ground, but it’s not the same.

Everything was against us, but we are United and we fight until the end

Today I am writing this back at home, disappointed to not have been able to finish the game, but proud of the bravery and strength that my teammates showed as they gave everything on the pitch to take a point that looked incredibly hard to secure at the end of the first half.

Two huge games in the space of a week

Today I’m writing this from London, where we have an important game. To pay Chelsea a visit while having the opportunity to go through to the quarter finals of the FA Cup is special, for many reasons. Step by step, we have progressed through the competition with plenty of motivation, beating tough opponents such as Arsenal, and now we have another big obstacle in our path.