Erik ten Hag’s message to the group after lifting the Carabao Cup was to “get back to work” as Manchester United’s attention turns to the FA Cup.
The Old Trafford giants won their first silverware in six years on Sunday, ending the club’s longest trophy drought in 40 years by beating Newcastle 2-0 at Wembley. This match was a great opportunity for betting live.
United’s players and staff lapped up the celebrations under the arch, but just 19 hours after the final whistle the players had parked the Carabao Cup triumph and were back in training at Carrington.
Luke Shaw said there are “no days off” right now as they seek more silverware, with Premier League and Europa League action following Wednesday’s FA Cup fifth-round tie against West Ham.
Asked if there were any further celebrations after leaving the capital, United boss Ten Hag said: “No. Nothing beyond. Get back to work.
“Of course yesterday the players were still enthusiastic and they had to celebrate this momentum.
“But yesterday after we settled down and we get back to work. That’s what we had to do, that was recovery. The ones who played less did a good training session.”