Ex-Man United star Paul Ince slams Paul Pogba over Mourinho feud

Is Paul Pogba at fault?

Manchester United legend Paul Ince has slammed Paul Pogba over his feud with manager Jose Mourinho which was caught on camera.

There has been much discussion about the pair this week because of that clip which looked to show an argument between the pair in training.

Pogba looked confused and frustrated with whatever was said by Mourinho.

LONDON, ENGLAND – JANUARY 31: Paul Pogba of Manchester United speaks to Jose Mourinho, Manager of Manchester United during the Premier League match between Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United at Wembley Stadium on January 31, 2018 in London, England. (Photo by Catherine Ivill/Getty Images)

‘The whole thing between those two is just ludicrous now’

Now, Paul Ince has been speaking about that argument.

He isn’t too happy with the lack of professionalism from both of them.

Though, he is pretty unhappy with how Pogba thinks he is bigger than the club.

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‘It shows a complete lack of professionalism from both of them,’ he explained, as quoted by the Daily Mail. 

‘You’re off the back of a bad defeat, you know the cameras are there, and you both know full well who they’re focusing on. 

‘I also saw Paul Pogba’s Instagram story after that, and even though I’ve said it before, the whole thing between those two is just ludicrous now. 

‘I said weeks ago that someone needed to put this situation to bed.

‘No one is bigger than Manchester United, yet somehow Pogba thinks he is. 

‘There’s been an issue between them for a long time, and it’s been allowed to spiral out of control and get into the mess it’s in now.’

 

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Speaking from experience

Ince also went into the relationship he had with Sir Alex Ferguson and even they didn’t see eye to eye.

‘Believe me, not everyone got on with Sir Alex Ferguson,’ he continued.

“There were times in my career where I couldn’t stand Fergie, I didn’t like him or want to talk to him – that’s part of having a boss and being a player.

‘Not every player is going to like their manager all the time.

‘It’s not about the dislike for each other, it’s about the fact you’re playing for a team and you should want to put that aside and win games.’ 

 

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