Sorry Walton_Gary. You've got this totally arse about face mate. Yes, you are correct in the sentiments you mention concerning Ronnie Moran's attitude to victory and success, and also it would appear that Rafa is of the same ilk. Which is great, and which is how it should be. Because it's that focus which breeds further success, its that attitude of never resting on your laurels, and looking forward not backwards. We should know more than any other team. The years of continued success in the 70's and 80's was all down to that attitude. No other team in English football has had that length of supremacy. And the attitude the likes of Moran, Fagin, Paisley and Shankly had undoubtedly contributed.
However, this is the part where you have got things just ever so slightly wrong. We are the supporters of the club. We're not the manger, players or staff. For us to accept victory as another achievement, file it away quickly, and then think about what could be won next, is totally the wrong attitude to take. Imagine how dull, mechanical and processed that would be. Particularly at matches, when the players are relying on us to make a difference. Instead, we should be celebrating each passing cup triumph, each passing win, ...hell... even each passing completed pass between players, as if it was our last. that enthusiasm, that desire and that passion, will be what keeps the players on the pitch, keep doing what they do best.. in the interest of the club.
I think part of the reason we fell from grace at the end of the 80's was because our supporters by that time had got too accustomed to success. We became blase about it. This may have transfered to the players.
So my advise to you, is to enjoy Istanbul as much as you can. It's not a sin.