Paul Pogba criticized his former coach José Mourinho a few days after the Manchester United – Tottenham meeting.
The French international Paul Pogba criticized this Friday April 16 the management style of his former coach at Manchester United, José Mourinho, accusing him of “attack the players” and give them the impression “that they no longer exist”. Remarks made a few days after the victory of Manchester Unitded (3-1) on the lawn of Tottenham in the Premier League.
After leading the Reds for nearly two years, José Mourinho, manager of Spurs, returned to his former club on April 11 on the occasion of the 31st day of the English championship. A meeting that left traces since the current coach of Mancuniens, Ole Gunnar Solsjaer pointed out the behavior of Heung-min Son during the match. It did not take more for the Portuguese tactician to retaliate and therefore open the first page of a media clash between the two coaches.
In an interview with Sky Sports, Manchester midfielder Paul Pogba returned to his relationship with Mourinho following this conflict. Relations that were stormy to say the least for a good part of the Portuguese mandate before the latter was sacked in December 2018 and replaced by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
“There was a time when I had a very good relationship with Mourinho. It was obvious and then overnight everything changed. (…) That’s what’s weird with Mourinho and I won’t know about you explain why, because I myself did not understand “, Pogba said.
“What I’m going through now with Ole (Gunnar Solskjaer) is different, because he wouldn’t go after his players. Maybe he too would choose not to select them but he wouldn’t put them on. side as if they just don’t exist anymore. That’s the difference between Mourinho and Ole “, he explained.