Bailly plans to come back even stronger next season
Eric Bailly has stated a bullish desire to
“come back stronger” next season, while thanking the Manchester United supporters for the unconditional support throughout the 2017/18 campaign.
The Ivorian defender posted a lengthy message on his Instagram account to show his gratitude and express his determination to improve next term.
“We would have liked to have finished the season by winning the FA Cup,” wrote Eric.
“Unfortunately, it was not to be. Nevertheless, we’ve wrapped up a season in which there were ups and downs.
“Now it’s time to stop, to learn from this season, to rest and to enjoy our families and friends, so we can come back next season even stronger. We’re eager to set new goals and to see lots of smiles in the stands at Old Trafford next year.
”Thanks for the support you have given the entire team throughout the season and, especially, thank you very much for the love you have always shown me. Let’s go United! And good luck to my team-mates who are playing in the World Cup!”
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'THANKS TO THE FANS'
Bailly is the latest United player to post a message of thanks to the fans, following another season of unrivalled support...
Dont know what to say, worst feeling i’ve felt in football to date , we didnt deserve to lose but thats football. The fans have been amazing all season they have stuck by us through the ups and downs and i can only say thank you. Quick turn around for the world cup 👊🏾 Lets Goo pic.twitter.com/Uags93cO3s— Jesse Lingard (@JesseLingard) May 21, 2018
I want to take this chance to say thank you to our fans, you’ve been behind us every step of the way and I know for sure, we’ll be back challenging in Europe and for our crown next season. Trust the process! See you all next season 👊🏽❤— Chris Smalling (@ChrisSmalling) May 20, 2018
After having lifted three trophies at Wembley to date, today we got the bad feeling of a loss. However, I am proud of my team and my club. I feel really disappointed for our fans. They were amazing again and all we can say is thanks for everything you do for us 🔴 pic.twitter.com/QxKxrzzujP— Ander Herrera (@AnderHerrera) May 19, 2018