“But I promised Carlo and the players before the game that if we reached the Final the Final will be for Carlo. He play every game in the competition, he’s a fantastic professional for us, he’s been here a long time, and I think of what he means to the club and because of his contribution Carlo deserves this.”
Speaking more about the match, he commented on the move for the first goal as being perfect!
“I think we deserved it,” added Jose. “The first goal was a perfect move, and then we scored from a set-play.”
“It is good for the group. For the supporters, the staff, the players obviously, for Peter Kenyon, Roman, for everyone.”
Even though we've done the double over Liverpool this season, league game results matter little when the final is upon us.
Chelsea and Liverpool have both been allocated 30,000 tickets for the final at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff on February 27.