Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has said that the players were disrespectful to the club and fans during the embarrassing 4-0 league defeat at the hands of Everton. The Red Devils had gone into the game with a four-match losing streak on the road and they could not change the statistic with the Toffees dominating the proceedings through the entire 90 minutes.

Speaking after the game, Pogba acknowledged that the entire team including himself produced a disrespectful performance and the results could yet hamper their prospects of making the top four in the Premier League, he told Sky Sports: “I wish I knew [what went wrong]. It was the details, the desire, we spoke about courage and everything we had when the manager came.

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Former Chelsea ace Tony Cascarino believes Ole Gunnar Solskjaer may consider the possible sale of Paul Pogba in the summer, should he be appointed as the permanent Manchester head coach. Ole took over the reins on an interim basis after Jose Mourinho’s sacking in December and the Norwegian has done a credible job thereafter to guide the team within the cusp of the top four.

During this period, Marcus Rashford and Paul Pogba have been among the players, who have stood up in the attacking department but Cascarino has posed questions regarding the latter’s consistency. In a report covered by The Times, Cascarino said that the Frenchman may have witnessed a change of fortunes under Ole but he has the tendency to switch off from games which was displayed during the FA Cup quarter-final against Wolverhampton Wanderers at the weekend.

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Last Manchester United vs. Fulham game witnessed Paul Pogba scoring 2 goals out of the 3 that lead to Manchester United’s victory and making it to the scoreboard with double figures of goals in this entire season which is the first time in his career.

Paul Pogba took the previous game to victory by scoring twice against Fulham at Craven Cottage. Even though the game was not the most effectively played one by Manchester United, and Fulham even managed to threaten them a bit at the begin, but still, Pogba scored his first goal passed to him by Anthony Martial 14-minutes into the game, who was the other goal scorer of the game. Fulham was about to score one for themselves, but then United took over the lead soon. Anyways Ole Gunnar Solskjaer grabbed another win under him during his managerial career. Analyzing the statistics, Pogba has scored a fair number of his league goals under Ole’s coaching and has been displaying a good performance in the Premier League games, and Pogba’s statement confirms it when he says that it was the team’s victorious advancement that was intended after Ole’s introduction to the team.

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Manchester United legend Paul Ince has said that he is unsure whether Paul Pogba would remain with the Red Devils beyond the ongoing campaign. The Frenchman had a difficult beginning to the current season under manager Jose Mourinho and this was a point where he was regularly sidelined from making the starting lineup.

However, with the Portuguese’s dismissal, his fortunes have changed under interim boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and this has somewhat ceased the speculation regarding his future. In a report covered by TalkSPORT, Ince highlighted that Pogba’s position with United will always remain a topic of discussion, given the midfielder has not been consistent with the performances on the playing field.

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Former Manchester United player Dion Dublin has slated the performances of midfield trio Paul Pogba, Nemanja Matic and Marouane Fellaini during Tuesday’s goalless stalemate against Valencia in the Champions League. The Red Devils had come into the game after a round of three winless games across all competitions but they showed a genuine lack of creativity once more as they continued their search for a victory.

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Speaking after the game, Dublin stated that United produced another toothless performances in front of their home fans and he was particularly not impressed with the efforts put on from the club’s midfield players, he said: “I’ve never seen so many Man Utd players, who I’d normally hang my hat on, give the ball away so much.

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