so so so so happy we won, we deserved it all in all. when we won it in 2017 we beat man city in the semi final then Chelsea in the final who had a player sent off. exact same thing this season. funny how things work out that way.
So just the European trophies left. Looking forward to the games as united fan and as a neutral for the others. Could City shrug off their relative underachievement finally and give another dig to Uefa by winning it? They have a good chance. United (without the pressure of Champions league qualification) are well placed although id like to see wolves win it (if we don't of course) and we will all discover exactly how much Klopp has influenced proceedings with any links to him explained. No matter how tenuous.
Obvious to say but I've got a real feeling for City in the Champions league. They'd love to run it in to Uefa for starters. They're in a good position to progress against Madrid and can only see Bayern beating them out of the teams left. Could be their year.
So looks like we're signing Jamal Lewis from Norwich as a back up LB and we're asking about Saar from Watford. Them two, Thiago and a CB replacement for Lovren and I'd be more than happy with that for our Transfer window