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Mourinho reveals reasons for Pogba’s slow start at Man United

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho admits he is not surprised by Paul Pogba’s slow start to life at the club due to arriving so late on in the summer.


Big things have been expected of the French midfielder, who arrived from Juventus in a world-record £89million transfer after months of intense speculation.

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The 23-year-old has drawn some criticism for his lack of impact in recent defeats to Manchester City and Feyenoord, but his form is not a big concern for Mourinho.

Having joined on the 9th of August, Pogba didn’t get the chance to have a proper pre-season with his new manager and team-mates, and Mourinho feels this could be behind his uninspiring displays so far.

‘He had no pre-season, the Euro final, holidays then came back. It’s normal that in the first week he had a very good impact but it’s normal after that first game he has a little decrease. But I am full of trust with him because I know the player he is,’ the Red Devils boss is quoted in the Daily Telegraph.

‘I know he is a very good guy with a lot of ambition so the form will come naturally and will come with the team improving. The team improves, he will improve. No problem. It’s not a problem with his position. He feels comfortable in it.’

5 Comments on Mourinho reveals reasons for Pogba’s slow start at Man United

  1. None of my business


  2. Shoro niyen


  3. Up Man united


  4. There is no excuse whatsoever for such an expensive player not to perform from day one.


    • @Tony, God bless you. I never knw any profession of high pays that the new staff ll take time before he or she performed. It equal means Jose also new with M.united team, so he can not win Feyenoord fc.?, Rubbish!!!.


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