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Sir Alex Blast for Pogba!

Sir Alex Blast for Pogba!

Sir Alex isn`t about to let the departure of Paul Pogba go without a word or two.

Taking the opportunity to offer a comment on two on Pogba#s departure, at the press conference today, Sir Alex commented,

'We were disappointed in Paul Pogba, there is no question about that. He showed a lack of respect to the club. But he has made his decision now. Although we always felt he was going, he never indicated it until he left. That was disappointing.'

Some you win, some you lose I guess.



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Thursday July 12 2012
Time: 5:06PM

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Aw, diddums. Dictators like Slur never react happily when someone actually stands up to them.
fifthcolumnblue
12/07/2012 17:41:00
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Stand up to him? Pogba had no intention on signing a contract with us as his eyes were always on the money, hardly standing up to him more like sticking 2 fingers up to him after all the clubs been through developing for the last few years. Not overly shocked at his departure just disappointed at the bollox he fed to us about looking for first team opportunities and sorting out his future then signs for Juventus where he's never going to get played and it screams money.
TheFamousNo7
13/07/2012 10:36:00
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Two fingers up at the club eh? How many did united stick up at Le Havre? He's a very good player, who could go on to be great and you lost him due to Slur's dicatatorial ways. Imagine a talented youngster watching a pair of pensioners and the likes of Anderson getting games ahead of him and then ask yourself if it's just club propaganda that he left for the money.
fifthcolumnblue
13/07/2012 20:00:00
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No doubt not being selected was frustrating for him but realistically is he more likely to break into the United midfield of Carrick, Cleverley, Fletcher (not going to be back anytime soon so no competition there), Anderson (constantly injured), Giggs and Scholes (who will both be retiring soon) or the Juventus midfield of Pirlo, Marchissio, Vidal, Asamoah? Let's be honest here, if he wanted first team football he was more likely to get here than at Juventus suggesting he never left for footballing reasons but for some other reason most likely the money on offer for him.
TheFamousNo7
14/07/2012 07:10:00
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