'Pogba Not Good Enough For Man Utd'

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'Pogba Not Good Enough For Man Utd'

Beitragvon makaralove » Fr 5. Jan 2018, 06:45

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Following Paul Scholes' recent criticism of Paul Pogba, the Frenchman has once again found himself on the receiving end of some harsh words.Manchester United legend Scholes recently slammed Pogba for some of his displays this season, and Eamon Dunphy, a former Irish international, has now launched an even more scathing attack on the former Juventus player."There's an awfulสโบเบ็ตlot of hype merchants in the media and in the game saying that Pogba is an outstanding, but I agree with everything that Scholes has said," Dunphy said on RTE 2fm's Game On.

"Paul Scholes is well qualified as a commentator, he was a great player. He calls things as he sees it and we should be grateful for that."This 'magician' called Pogba, well, he never turns up. A price tag of £90m, well that's ridiculous. Pogba is not good enough. No matter what system Paul Pogba plays in, he is not a top player. United would be better off without him.

"He's okay, if you paid £20 million, you'd think you'd be getting a good deal."He's on the fringes of games, he hits these long 40-yard balls that are like lasers but they look betterสโบเบ็ตthan they are."He doesn't really have a football brain. When I look at games, I know where Pogba should be. Most of the guys writing about Pogba don't have the knowledge to know what he should be doing.

"He's pretty ordinary, he's never going to get you more than eight or nine goals a season."At £90 million, it was a statement signing from United. In other words, 'We are Manchester United and we are in the big league, we can sign big cheques'. Pogba was the wrong guy to sign the cheque for."Despite the criticism, United have not lost in 34 league games with Pogba on the field, while they have lost five times without him.สโบเบ็ต

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