Ryan Giggs is looking forward to this weekend’s game against Liverpool.
Following some disappointing results in the league and in Europe, Giggs is expecting the atmosphere of Sunday to get the lads going.
“The crowd will light up,” said Giggs. “It’s usually a quick game and it’s usually a ferocious game, so hopefully it’s the kind of game that sets us back on the winning trail. No matter how the teams are doing, it’s always the big game of the season. It’s always the one you look forward to, the atmosphere will be brilliant here and all the players will be up for it. You just feel that intensity when you play Liverpool, no matter how they are doing. Chelsea and Arsenal are big games – but a local derby against Liverpool and the history between the two clubs makes it special. The Liverpool game is always important at United, but it is not going to make or break our season no matter what the result is.”
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