Pogba won't lead Man Utd again: Mourinho

Kristopher Nichols
September 26, 2018

According to The Times, Mourinho held an impromptu team meeting on Tuesday ahead of their Carabao Cup game against Derby County.

Pogba was slammed by his manager during training and told he would never wear the captain's armband again, as he did not have the right temperament for the job. Paul Pogba has now stepped up to the plate and criticised Mourinho's approach with the Red Devils.

Paul Pogba has never been able to settle down ever since he rejoined Manchester United a couple of seasons ago and every other month there is news that the World Cup victor is on the verge of an exit.

The World Cup-winning France midfielder subsequently questioned Mourinho's tactics in an interview, suggesting they should adopt a more attack-minded approach at home.

Just when it looks like José Mourinho has steadied Manchester United's ship after a disappointing start to the Premier League season, it seems like another problem is waiting around the corner for the Special One.

"The person who made the decision to be second captain was also me".

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I get it, I do get it and I'm sure it's something the players talk about in the dressing room.

"The players were happy with that decision and the reasons behind the manager's decision", the source added.

Those comments are understood have got under Mourinho's skin, while Pogba took umbrage at the way they were reported. That's Old Trafford. We are here to attack.

But while reiterating United's ability to compete for the best players in the transfer market - the club have forecast revenues of between £615m and £630m for 2018/19 - Woodward underlined the importance of a clear pathway to the first team for academy talents.

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