Thomas: All we can do is look ahead
Manchester United Women’s forward Martha Thomas was pleased that the Reds could take an important three points from our final home game of the season last Sunday.
The victory means we go into next weekend’s final-day clash away to Chelsea with winning momentum, when hoping to secure a Champions League spot for next season.
“We’ve got three points today and three points next Sunday and the rest… we’ll see what happens.”
United do currently occupy the all-important third European spot in the WSL table, a point ahead of Manchester City, but having played a game more.
It means that our destiny is out of our own hands ahead of the weekend’s finale as it stands, with our crosstown rivals playing their outstanding game at home to Birmingham City on Wednesday.
“We’re looking forward to it. It’s a great test against us. They’re pushing on to win the title, so it’ll be a good battle for us.
“I’m sure we’ll have lots of fans there cheering us on so it’s an exciting one.”
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“I think it’s obviously going to be a tough game, but we’ll prepare as we always do and give our all,” our shot-stopper told MUTV, in the aftermath of the victory over West Ham.
“I think it we perform like that, we’ll be absolutely no problem at all.
“We just need to take that composure and that quality into next week.”
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WHAT ELSE HAVE THE REDS SAID?
Finally 🔙 One more to go. Thank you for the support! 👹 pic.twitter.com/Bx1sECwqpx— Signe Kallesøe Bruun (@signebruun20) May 1, 2022
Always wearing the badge with pride. Thank you for the support, good win🤍 pic.twitter.com/07TnntLfX6— Kirsty Hanson (@KirstyHanson3) May 1, 2022
Boom Defence🤪🔥 https://t.co/mvr5So3qsN— Maria Thorisdottir (@MariaThorisdott) May 1, 2022