Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho suggested that he's ready to bench underperforming stars following their terrible performance against West Brom on Sunday as Red Devils lost 1-0 to the bottom-of-the-table side to hands Pep Guardiola side Premier League title. A team that against Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester City, won all of them.
"I've given them a bollocking, and quite rightly", said Ferguson. I hope Pogba doesn't leave, I think he's a fantastic player, but could he be replaced?
A week after City surrendered a 2-0 lead to lose 3-2 to United and squander the chance to wrap up the title in ideal style against their arch-rivals, it was relegation-bound West Brom who served it up on a plate.
The Mail add that Pep Guardiola revealing City were offered Pogba in January has also sped up proceedings of Mourinho selling the 25-year-old.
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"He told them be careful it is going to be different against West Brom and I go back to Pogba: why didn't you and the rest of the team do what you did against City all season?" added the former France worldwide. I only know one criteria: (it) is the way you play.
Jose Mourinho is ready to wield the axe on some of his under-performing Manchester United stars after thier ignominious defeat at home to West Brom.
Alexis Sanchez, Paul Pogba and Romelu Lukaku all started for United yet they were unable to score past a side that is now rock bottom of the Premier League and has conceded 52 goals.
Romelu Lukaku cut the ball back for Herrera, who had made a run into the area, and Dawson caught the midfielder, but referee Paul Tierney did not award a spot-kick. Sir Alex Ferguson preferred to keep his criticism within the dressing room walls, but even United's most successful manager went public when he believed that the circumstances demanded a harder approach.
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"Everybody will try to improve, like we did from last season", he said.
And according to The Sun, Mourinho tore into his players at half-time. "I've won too much to be happy with just one big victory".
"If I play someone against Bournemouth and he is phenomenal, he plays the semi-final".
Mourinho made his remarks after yet another hard afternoon for Paul Pogba, United's record signing.
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