Filthy ******* scouser.
Now if that could happen to every Liverpool player I'd be a happy man.
Oh did I mention that I hate Liverpool.
And the short clip on MOTD the pundits noted how quick and how Utd moved the ball and the movement that Utd showed. Funny how they play when Pogba isn’t on the pitch.I think both Fred and McTominay had good games. I quite like the BT commentary duo of Fletch and Macca (even if Macca is a scouser) and, can't remember which one, but one of them was saying that Fred and McTominay should be the regular starters.
I think, at the very most, if he's not sold earlier, Pogba has about 20 months left at Utd. He would have been out of contract next summer, and allowed to leave on a free.And the short clip on MOTD the pundits noted how quick and how Utd moved the ball and the movement that Utd showed. Funny how they play when Pogba isn’t on the pitch.
Listening to the commentary when Pogba came on all I heard was and Pogba lost it or passed it to an Everton player and the game slowed down.
For gods sake just drop him and if you want to play a sub then play Van Beek from the bench.
As the opening title in STINGRAY said, “Anything can Happen“.I think, at the very most, if he's not sold earlier, Pogba has about 20 months left at Utd. He would have been out of contract next summer, and allowed to leave on a free.
Utd extended him by 12 months, not wanting him to go on a free next summer. So Utd will either look to sell him next year or, god forbid, they're looking to offer him a longer contract.
We all know he has a shit attitude on the pitch but now it seems that he has recruited Deschamps to help his cause in getting away from Utd.
Taken from today’s BBC gossip column.
France manager Didier Deschamps says Manchester Unitedmidfielder Paul Pogba, 27, has been "impacted mentally" by a "club situation that is not positive". (Mirror)
How pathetic, it’s just his attitude and the fact that he is grossly overrated, that’s his problem. I’d rather have one Paul Ince than two Pogba’s.
Pogba will be gone either in the January window or next summer.........
At least I chuffin hope so.
The real sad thing is, the United brand is so strong that, even in the Championship, it will make the Glasiers money.
I don't honestly think they give a damn.....it's just as well there's no home crowd.....that's about the only thing that might make them realise that Manchester United is more than an ATM.