Jose Mourinho's side are challenging for the Premier League title and also have a Champions League last-16 tie against Sevilla to look forward to.
McAllister was at the heart of them, along with kit man - and fellow Scot - Scott Murray.
Signed from Ajax in a £13.8 million deal back in 2014, Blind has been a regular in the Manchester United side, barring this season. The squad have one more training session left, on Thursday afternoon, before returning to Manchester on Friday.
But the focused young coach has already begun to put the best moment of his fledgling touchline career to the back of his mind so he can more purposefully set out in search of the next one.
Mourinho has previously referred to Fellaini as an essential part of his squad, and ESPN (h/t Daily Star's Callum Vurley) reported the Portuguese tactician has been given a boost by the United board offering the player a new deal.
"But we're a team that's growing and we're performing really well at a high level at the moment".
"If you're fighting on all the fronts that United are, you have to be able to make some changes".
"It's going to be exciting times", Mee said.
"To get the job done in the last minute, well, everybody saw the celebrations - you just go mad!"
And with the Blues gaffer refusing to let his match-fixing accusations lie, Mourinho looked as though he had little care in the world soaking up the sunshine.
Australia Sevens co-captain Shannon Parry has called it "a great day for women's sport".
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