The recent confessions of Jose Mourinho regarding Paul Pogba are no great surprise. Alex Ferguson dispensed with the Frenchman because of reported attitude problems but Mourinho felt he could mould the player to his liking. That worked out well. It was a game of folly and a clash of egos that saw
New manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer guided Manchester United to 5-1 win over Cardiff City on last Saturday in his debut match as a manager and that has raised eyebrows in the Premier League for many reasons. This cannot be over emphasized goals from Marcus Rashford, Jesse Lingard(2) and second half strikes
Manchester United secured a point with an impressive 2-2 draw against Arsenal in midweek before thumping Fulham by 4-1 on Saturday afternoon in recent Premier League fixtures. Midfielder Paul Pogba found himself outside of the starting eleven for the second successive Premier League match, but unlike against Arsenal last week, the
Jose Mourinho hasn’t become a bad manager overnight. He is still one of the most respected managers in the World, with excellent CV. However, Mourinho is in unfamiliar territory at present. When he arrived in 2016, he generated outrageous expectation at Old Trafford and it was thought that Manchester United would
Who knows what’s going on between Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho and midfielder Paul Pogba, but whatever it is, it looks serious. The United boss has has reportedly fallen out with his player on occasion. Likewise the player has been irritated by the ‘Special One’ but of late, things seemed
United's talisman Paul Pogba can't stay out of the limelight can he!? Pogba ruffled more Manchester United feathers yesterday by sparking further speculation about his future at the club. Frenchman was linked with a move to Barcelona during the summer transfer window. Reportedly United turned down a bid of £45 million plus Yerry Mina
After a string of negative results against the likes of Brighton and Hove Albion and Tottenham Hotspur, Jose Mourinho's Manchester United were under a mounting amount of pressure prior to the game against Burnley. The fans were left furious as the red devil's crumbled in a 3-0 defeat against Tottenham.