Hopefully, things will pan out.
I think the worst is behind us.
For such a long time they dominated us, but over not only the last five or six years, but the last 10 years, it's been pretty equal. I think it's a bit insulting to them because soccer is the one and only sport in this country, and for us to beat them on a consistent basis, it's probably something they don't like.
Saturday was 90 minutes when people would judge whether we were the real deal.
Saturday was 90 minutes when people would judge whether we were the real deal, ... I think we are. There is no doubt we have taken another big step as a team.
It's a healthy rivalry that has improved both teams. There's respect but there's also a huge desire to beat them. Always.
They're in Europe this year, ... They play really good attacking soccer. That's the way Keegan likes playing. There's a lot of good players in the club. Everything about it is exciting, the training ground, the stadium, the whole package.
I think it's terrible. It's a bad call. It's a shame. They should have given him a warning.
He's got a big future ahead in Europe no doubt. And he's going to be a big part of this team not only in the near future but for many years to come.
It'll be nice to represent the club at the World Cup and it's just nice to know your future too, and that the manager knows that I'd like to stay here. I like where the club's going and it's a great place to play your football. There's really nowhere else I'd like to go.
The original injury happened in the Arsenal game (Oct. 22). It's been really sore and didn't feel right. I couldn't train through the week and I was just trying to get through games.
It was our fault that we didn't finish well but also their goalkeeper. That said, we're happy because we dominated the game and we got the three points we needed.