Marc-Andre Ter Stegen talks about Barcelona’s aims for the 2022/23 season.
Marc-Andre Ter Stegen talks about Barcelona’s objectives for the 2022/23 season.
As the season enters its second half, Barça leads the La Liga standings by two points over their bitter rivals Real Madrid, having won all but two of their league games so far.
On the domestic cup front, Barça will face Intercity in the Copa del Rey round of 32 on January 4 and will be one of the overwhelming favourites to win the competition.
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As the third-place finisher in their group, they have been demoted to the Europa League, where they will take on Manchester United at the beginning of February.
Speaking to TV3, Ter Stegen discussed his excitement for the return of club football as well as the club’s objectives for the rest of the season:
“We really want to go back to La Liga games. And for all the World Cup players we have the feeling that we could have done something more, because now we have a good chance to go on and win a derby that is key for us to get into a good dynamic.”
“We will do everything possible to win all the titles.”
The goalkeeper also discussed his 2022 performances, citing the save against Mallorca in a 1-0 win in January as his favourite moment of the calendar year: “It’s been a great year for me personally and it started with that save and that’s why I’m sticking with it. It set the tone for me all year personally.”