From the Boardroom - David Gold

I'm just getting over the defeat by Swansea and now it is beginning to build up to the final game at the Boleyn Ground.

It will be a hugely emotional time, but equally I can also feel the excitement of moving to the new Stadium so it is mixed feelings.

I am going to be very sad to leave my spiritual home which has been part of my life, all my life and it is coming to an end.

But I believe that we will have a fitting send-off for the fans and we could not have a bigger club coming to celebrate that event than Manchester United.

But I am looking forward to it and also the big game that we have to play. It is an important football match and not just some end of season kick about.

This is a serious match that Slaven, the players and the fans want to win.

I have so many memories of the Boleyn Ground and they go back a number of years.

I can go back to the 1950's when I was just 16 and I played here against Portsmouth. We beat them and I scored the winning goal in front of 500 fans which was very exciting for a young 16 year old.

Those are my personal memories because playing here was so thrilling. I played here a number of times but that particular moment is one that stands in my mind.

I have stories of the the club being in the old Second Division, but here we are playing in the Premier League and are now in the top half of the table.

We would like to finish fifth, but sixth is more realistic. The reason for that is because we have a great manager and some great players.

I am sure they will become legends in their own time so this is a great time.