“It was one of our aims this season, to get that back. It was a part of the process to restore Man United to the club we were once. But, it’s a part of it. Home is good, but I think we have away also good results, but in away games, we can show even more personality, play more convincingly. So, that’s the next step we have to make to have the same team on the pitch with personality as we are at home. Obviously, I’m really happy with the process we’ve shown at home, it’s great to have that connection with Old Trafford, but also, I think we have to be aware that when we play away, we always have a lot of fans following us and we can do the same away because the pitches are the same size, it’s 11 v 11, nothing changes. So, in that fact, we can grow, we still have steps to make, and we are happy with that as well because it is a good challenge.”
How a lot of a strike is Casemiro’s lack as well as just how much does it alter your reasoning?
“I’m the manager, I always have to play with the players who are available. We have a squad, we have many good players available in that squad, who are not always in the starting XI. So, others [will] get the chance and I have to do it. After the game, I can’t say Casemiro is not there, Anthony Martial is not there, no, we have to win. This squad, all players in [it], are Man United capable, so they have to perform tomorrow, and we have to win the games no matter who is coming on the pitch.”
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