Former-Manchester United striker Louis Saha has criticised his France compatriot Paul Pogba for recent inflammatory comments that the 25-year-old made.
After the Reds were held to a 1-1 draw by promoted side Wolverhampton Wanderers, at the start of a dismal run for Pogba’s Man United, the midfielder claimed that Jose Mourinho should set out his side to “attack, attack, attack” in games at Old Trafford.
That seemingly led to him being removed as vice-captain of the club and had United not been in such turmoil results-wise, it’s likely the furore around the feud between Mourinho and Pogba would have continued.
Saha believes that Pogba shouldn’t have said anything after the Wolves game and believes that the World Cup winner opened his mouth purely to put pressure on his own manager, Mourinho....
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