Pogba Questions Solskjaer’s Full-Time Appointment After Derby Defeat

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Paul Pogba believes Manchester United have made yet another mistake by permanently hiring Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

The Red Devils’ form has dipped splendidly of late, having lost seven of their previous nine matches, which also involved elimination from the Champions League and a potential knockout blow from the Premier League top 4 race.

The tactics deployed by Solskjaer of late, coupled with the poor run of results, has subsequently led Pogba to question the Norwegian tactician’s appointment on a full-time basis, as per The Sun.

The English outlet has indicated that Pogba is entirely convinced the Solskjaer is not the man that could lead Manchester United to glory in the years to come.


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The France international has been heavily critical of the 46-year-old gaffer, right from the choice of his tactics to the decisions he has been making.

Pogba was also left unimpressed with the way Ole approached the Manchester Derby on Wednesday, with his ‘find Rashford with long balls’ approach proving useless against Pep Guardiola’s impressive Manchester City side.


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The 26-year-old talisman has told his teammates that the club is in no better state than it was when he departed for Juventus back in 2012, and his disinterested and rebellious attitude is likely to tear the dressing room apart if it persists.

Pogba’s reported issues with Solskjaer sound a lot similar to the feelings he had towards former manager Jose Mourinho, who was sacked primarily because he lost the trust of the Frenchman and the rest of his teammates.

Meanwhile, the 2018 World Cup winner’s future at Old Trafford continues to hang in the balance, with Real Madrid supposedly eager to prize him away before the start of next season.

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