Thursday, 15 February 2018

Man Utd stars hold team meeting over Paul Pogba’s poor form

United have fallen to defeat twice in recent weeks, first they were comprehensively beaten by Tottenham at Wembley then succumbed to a loss against Rafa Benitez’s Newcastle.
Their style of play has been criticised whilst French midfielder Pogba has been singled out for his performances.
Against Spurs, the former Juventus ace was hauled off after an argument with Jose Mourinho.
And he was subbed soon after the Magpies took the lead at St. James’ Park last weekend too.
And the Manchester Evening News have now reported that some players were concerned with the issues and have held an inquest into solving it.
Against Burnley last month, Pogba had both Anthony Martial and Romelu Lukaku free but decided to shoot, which his teammates were unhappy about, while Rashford spurned a similar chance to kill off the match.
Mourinho wants to switch to a three-man midfield.

oungster Scott McTominay is another candidate, and the Special One regards the 21-year-old very highly.
He said: ”He's a kid that chases the ball, that tries to recover high up the pitch and when he has the ball it is always simple and against opponents like Huddersfield, so close and with so many bodies behind the ball, the simplicity sometimes is genius.”

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