Mourinho wants the Manchester United board to back him over Pogba feud


Paul Pogba openly criticised his team's tactics against Wolves, stating that an all-out attack would bring more consistency to the team and allow them to make good on their natural talents.

Others disagree. On Sky Sports' show, The Debate Danny Murphy pointed out that he didn't always get on with his managers (presumably Rafa Benitez, who sold him) and said that Mourinho had probably deliberately staged the training ground incident to humiliate the French worldwide. "I'm happy with his work this week, really happy - Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday especially, because today was not so significant - but he trained really well".

"I don't care about the cameras", Mourinho was quoted as saying by the Mirror.

Mourinho went on to explain that his decision to take away the vice-captaincy from Pogba was not the result of any comments Pogba had made, but more a effect of his performances on the occasions that he wore the armband.

The dispute stemmed from confusion over the timing of the video's publication, as wifi connection issues meant the video of Pogba laughing with his teammates during United's defeat to Derby was uploaded after the match. "Embarrassing for the club, for the manager and for the player", the Premier League's all-time leading goalscorer told Coral.

" I always analyse a player as a player when a player is captain, I analyse the player by the player and captain perspective, and after weeks of analysing and changing opinions with my coaching staff, we made the decision Paul is just a player and not a captain."
So Paul and the other players in the squad know in detail the reason why myself and my coaching staff made a decision to do that. Pogba seems to have done far less other than be vocal about United's failings as a team and, possibly, by deliberately engineering what would be the second move away from Old Trafford.

Trump On 2nd Kavanaugh Accuser: 'Totally Inebriated And All Messed Up'
She says President Donald Trump "has said a number of times these individuals should be heard". "I like them a lot", Trump said. "And now, when Brett Kavanaugh is accused, the president consistently, every single time , takes the side of the man".

Protesters confront Jeff Flake after he announces Kavanaugh vote
Blasey's allegation is true, the assault and Judge Kavanaugh's denial of it mean that he should not be seated on the U.S. Jeff Flake of Arizona, a member of the committee, announced he would vote to confirm Kavanaugh . "I am terrified.

Protesters confront Flake after he says he’ll vote for Kavanaugh
The claim dates to the 1983-84 academic school year, when Kavanaugh was a freshman at Yale University. Dianne Feinstein, ABA President Robert Carlson joined the calls for an FBI investigation.

"I think for you was awesome because you made a story, an incredible story, out of 15 minutes of open training session", he said.

Leeds lost for the first time in the Championship this season at home to Birmingham City last week but Bielsa refused to dig out any of his players afterwards, instead putting the blame on himself. Loud criticism and instruction, coaching is like that. "So I'm happy the rules are only 15 minutes once a month [for filming training]".

August: Pogba's world record £89m transfer from Juventus is confirmed and the midfielder says: "I am really looking forward to working with Jose Mourinho".

This is not the first time a manager has grown exhausted of the wacky antics of one of his players.

"But at 1-0 we backed down to defend and didn't show our true level again".